How to Make Appetizing "left over" Buffalo chicken dip

"left over" Buffalo chicken dip. This Buffalo Chicken Dip is making ranks alongside other favorite starters like Jalapeno Popper Dip, Pork Nachos Recipe, or the Air Fryer Bacon Wrapped Smokies. However, I can barely get through telling you about this recipe without my mouth watering — that's how sure I am that this is the best Buffalo Chicken Dip. How to Make Buffalo Chicken Dip.

"left over" Buffalo chicken dip Remove from heat and cover with a tight-fitting lid. I made a big crock pot of buffalo chicken dip for a New Years party and I still have quite a bit leftover. Throw it in the microwave for a couple seconds. You can have "left over" Buffalo chicken dip using 6 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of "left over" Buffalo chicken dip

  1. It's 1 of sour cream whatever left in fridge.
  2. Prepare 1 envelope of ranch.
  3. It's 2 cup of red hot or whatever hot sauce.
  4. Prepare 10 of mini cream cheese packets.
  5. Prepare 1/2 of sharp cheese, shredded.
  6. It's 18 medium of left over chicken wings and thighs... or however many there are.

Add cream cheese, canned or cooked chicken (shredded or chunks for a more thick dip). Add your ranch, cheese and buffalo sauce. Mix all together and then spread in a baking dish. I had a couple servings of buffalo chicken dip (which is apparently pretty popular around here) leftover in the fridge and I was out of dipping things like pork rinds and celery.

"left over" Buffalo chicken dip instructions

  1. preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. shred cheese, chicken into bowl.
  3. scoop out cream cheese into bowl.
  4. mix together ranch packet and sour cream... pour into bowl.
  5. add red hot ... until desired taste... about cup and half.
  6. bake on 350 for about 20 minutes.
  7. serves a very large party.

When I got home from work I felt like crap and figured drinking some broth would help. Didn't feel like cooking so I threw the leftover dip and the broth into a sauce pot like it was instant. I got the idea to turn buffalo chicken dip into quesadillas from Lane of Supper For A Steal when she mentioned about making quesadillas with my jalapeno popper dip. Since dip isn't acceptable for a meal, shoving it into tortillas makes it all better. This spicy Buffalo chicken version tastes just like the wings, but with a delightful creamy texture.