Buffalo Chicken Dip

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Last weekend the anticipation of spending the whole day watching football,  had me Jones-in for a game time appetizer. You see, I’m a fan of spicy food so I have tried a lot of Buffalo Chicken Dips in my day and this one reigns supreme.  A friend of mine (Hello Amber!) made it for a work function and I have been looking for a reason to make it ever since.

Enter, football season.

Forget the recipes that call for boiled or canned chicken, this recipe’s roasted chicken makes all the difference.

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Here are the other ingredients.

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And when a whole bottle of hot sauce isn’t enough? Add Jalapenos!

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Some UT fan I know slid this guy in for a photo op. Sneaky.

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Serve with tortilla chips and cold celery.

This recipe makes a large portion. Or sometimes 4 people eat it all. I’m not saying I know those people but I bet it happens.

You guys just sit back and relax. No really! Make yourselves comfortable 🙂



2 chicken breasts, roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper

½ Cup Olive Oil Mayonnaise

½ Cup Sour Cream

1 Pkg Cream cheese, room temperature

1 Cup fresh shredded Sharp Cheddar, divided

½ cup to ¾ cup of favorite brand wing sauce ( I used Franks Red Hot)

Pickled or roasted jalapenos (optional)

Instructions and Directions: 

Heat oven to 350 degrees.

Shred chicken in large bowl.

Mix in mayo, sour cream, cream cheese and 1/3 of the shredded cheddar until smooth.

Mix in wing sauce to taste, add more or less depending on desired spiciness .

Spray a 8×8 or larger glass or ceramic dish with cooking spray and fill with the dip.

Bake at 350 degrees for approx 30 minutes.

Sprinkle the last of cheddar on top and line with jalapenos (if using) and cook until melted and bubbly.


I also love the old trusty 7 layer dip.


3 thoughts on “Buffalo Chicken Dip

  1. Carey says:

    This stuff is the best! I could eat it for dinner on a Tuesday.

  2. […] Buffalo Chicken Dip. I’ve never met anyone who didn’t like this dip. Tortilla chips and celery sticks will have people crowded around the bowl. […]

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