Thursday, January 2, 2014

Buffalo Chicken Dip

If you ever get invited to one of my parties or you ever invite me to a party, you will soon find out that I will make and bring some Buffalo Chicken Dip. What is Buffalo Chicken Dip you ask?? Well its goodness in a pan and when dipped with some tortilla chips makes the best party dish ever!

So naturally when I was invited to a New Years Eve party on Tuesday I knew that I would be making some buffalo chicken dip to bring to the party. I was actually invited to three parties but decided on the calm party where I didn't have to dress up and could take a simple nap on the couch, which I did! There were not that many people so we ended up with so much food, which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Some people were there who I never met before and as soon as they had my dip they said that they needed that recipe ASAP. Looking back through my blog I realized that I had never made a post about it. But no need to fear, it is finally here!

Jenny's Famous Buffalo Chicken Dip!

Ingredients

2 8oz Blocks Cream Cheese (Room Temp)
1 Cup Franks Red Hot Sauce
1 Cup Ranch
1 1/2 Cups Shredded Colby Jack blend
2 Cans Chicken Breast

1. First you need to make sure that your Cream Cheese is at room temperature, you are mixing everything together so you need it soft enough to stir. If need be you can throw it in the microwave for 30 second intervals until it is soft.

(Before just the blocks of cheese)
 
(After when it is soft)
 
 
2. Open the two cans of chicken and drain and mix them into the cream cheese.
 


3. Then add in the cup of hot sauce and the cup of ranch.


 4. Add in a cup of shredded cheese and mix it all together good.



5. After it is all mixed together you can put it in the fridge until ready to use or you can pop it in the oven at 350 for about 30 minutes. Basically you are watching it to see when it's heated all the way through. I usually stir it every 10 minutes until it is done.
 
6. At the last minute sprinkle the last 1/2 cup of shredded cheese on top and let it melt over the top.
 
7. When it's done pull it out and watch it disappear. You can serve it with crackers, triscuits, or my personal favorite tortilla chips!
 
(Obviously being so excited to eat the dip and having no patience there isn't a picture of the final product haha!)
 
That's it, super simple, but the people love it!
 
Happy Cooking,
 
Jenny


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