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  • 2 large cans chunk chicken breast (12.5 oz each)
  • 1 8 ounce container Philadelphia whipped cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup blue cheese dressing
  • 1/4 cup ranch dressing
  • 1/2 cup Frank's Buffalo Wing Sauce
  • 1 1/2 cups Kraft Triple Cheddar cheese

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Buffalo chicken wings…in a dip…without the bones…with warm, creamy cheese…what is not to love? I have to admit, this recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip was a bit difficult for me to write…I tend to just throw the ingredients in a bowl…mix up and bake! I must admit…it turns out perfect every single time…but I took my time and actually measured!!!

If you also have a love for Buffalo Chicken Wings, you need to check out my recipe. You will not believe what’s in my sauce.

So I have this friend who always made this dip with canned chicken…while I was there cooking my chicken and pulling off the bone…I swore I would never use canned…well guess what? Canned is so much easier and the chicken tends to be much more tender. Feel free to prepare your own chicken…I going to prepare mine from now on by opening up a can. If you do wish to make your own, I would recommend three chicken breasts cooked and pulled for this recipe.

This dip is the ultimate in comfort and party food. I like the idea of baking in these ramekins…for a larger party you can set these throughout the space…or even serve for individual sharing portions…no more double-dipping!

three white bowls of buffalo chicken dip

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Drain and rinse the chicken. In a large bowl, combine the chicken with the remaining ingredients. Hold back a half cup of the cheddar cheese. Mix well, breaking up any large pieces of chicken as you go.

Spray a large baking dish or individual ramekins with non-stick spray. Fill with the buffalo chicken mixture. Top with the remaining half cup of cheddar cheese.

three bowls of buffalo chicken dip

Bake until the dip is hot and bubbling…this will take about 25 to 30 minutes. I turned the broiler on for about a minute or so at the end to brown the cheese. I love to serve mine with Tostitos Scoops…you can also serve with celery, carrots, crackers…the possibilities are endless…ENJOY!!!

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  1. […] Chicken wings…the ultimate and must-have for any football game! Chicken wings to me growing up were always served whole. You can also serve these cut up into flappers (my favorite) and drumsticks. This sauce…OMG…incredible. You can adjust the heat level to your liking! As an alternative, check out my recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip! […]

  2. […] You are probably going to be surprised how I make them and what I put in the sauce. I enjoy mine at a mild/medium spice. Feel free to add a bit more heat if you so desire! This recipe will make about 12 full wings or 20 wing pieces. I love using the full wing. I think the chicken is a bit more tender. This is how I grew up eating them in the north! If you love buffalo chicken wings, you will also love my Buffalo Chicken Dip! […]

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