Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Dip

Hope Vaillancourt Recipe

By Hope Vaillancourt MissHopie87

15 Min
5 Hr

I recently made this recipe for some friends that came over and they RAVED about it. My first attempt at making this easy delicious dip became even more addicting than the bite before. Serve this delicious hot dip with crackers, chips, celery sticks, carrot sticks and pretzels! See if you can eat only one bite! ENJOY!

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3 lb
chicken breasts, skinless & boneless; cooked then shredded
2 pkg
(8 ounces) cream cheese
1 bottle
(16 fl oz) ranch dressing (or bleu cheese dressing if you prefer)
1 bottle
(12 fl oz) red hot's buffalo wing sauce
2 c
cheddar cheese, shredded
1 c
mozzarella cheese, shredded

Directions Step-By-Step

Place chicken breasts in a crockpot with just enough water to cover the chicken. Depending on your crockpot or slow cooker will depend on the length you cook your chicken until they are fully cooked and no longer pink on the inside. Anywhere from 3hrs - 7hrs. The chicken tastes the juiciest when cooked this way but you can also cook the chicken the night before by oven, skillet or by boiling them. Shred the cooked chicken breasts using 2 forks to pull apart into shreds.
With the Crock-Pot on the high setting add the ingredients one by one. Mix together and allow the mixture to melt for an hour. After one hour, turn the crock-pot on the low setting until the dip is fully melted, mixed well,when you are ready to serve the dip.
Serve with Carrot Sticks, Celery Sticks and other assorted Vegetables, Chips and Crackers!!! ENJOY

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Kory Sendzik Ushie23
Dec 6, 2013
By far one of my all time favorite recipe! Thank you so much! I've never had such a big hit on something I've cooked... All thanks to you!
Alicia Pal Wifey94
Dec 29, 2013
I've made this before, and used canned chicken as a quick fix because I didn't have time to slow cook the actual meat, still turned out yummy as ever (:
Nicole Jones joneses07
Nov 26, 2014
Would it be ok to mix the dip the night before and and leave on the keep warm setting till the next day or do you think the chicken would dry out