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Buffalo Chicken Dip

Help! We're all being asked to bring some baking or appy at this time of year. Here is a simple quick dish that everyone will love...
This is one of our favorites, especially at this time of year. It's an appetizer dish made for those big eaters in your family, who need a bit of meat...It's a great dish to prepare and tags along with my winter ski trips.
And remember, we're about to approach the Olympics just after the New Years (55 days left) If you look carefully you will notice the Olympic Inukshuk engraved on the side plate...Yes, the Olympics are coming and you'll hear more about it in the New Year.

Buffalo Chicken
  • 2 - 8 ounces Cream Cheese
  • 1 cup Franks Hot Sauce
  • I cup celery chopped up
  • 2 cups cooked chicken breasts shredded into the mixture.
  • 1 cup shredded cheese

  1. Mix creamed cheese and hot sauce, adding celery, chicken breast and cheese into one bowl.
  2. Top with cheese and bake 350' for 30 minutes. Cover with aluminum foil to keep hot.

Now you are ready to grab your favorite drink, sit down and sample this finger-licking' good appetizer, and I can guarantee that you will be the first to hang around the kitchen, double dipping while no one is looking.



  1. Now I've made a similar buffalo chicken dip but you also add one cup of Hidden Valley Ranch salad dressing. I think I might try it your way this time.

  2. Sounds delicious! Just so happens I have a request to "bring something" this Sunday evening. Thanks for helping me decide!

  3. Oh, this looks and sounds delicious! Might I add easy?:)...

  4. I love the recipes for appetizers! I could make a meal on this!

  5. Looks great...the only thing I'm wondering about is Frank's Hot Sauce and what the equivalent would be in the U.S.

  6. This is a great appetizer to adorn the holiday table. Love it! Thanks for sharing.

  7. This is in the favs list - my two daughter in laws are Asian and love spicy food as do my sons and hubby so I know this will be a huge hit! Thanks, Jennifer

  8. what a great idea, - definitely going to try this one!

  9. This looks so good! I canned chicken for the first time this fall, and it will be perfect to whip up real quick into this delicious appetizer. Thanks you.

    and ellen b. Frank's Red Hot is the equivalent to any Louisiana Hot sauce you can find in the grocery.

  10. Mmm wonderful..I can see how you would want to double dip!!

  11. whoooo hooo....this definitely will go over well when the son comes home and has his friends over!

  12. Hey Marg.......I had never seen a recipe like this before and was all excited for something new to try.
    Then I got a cookbook from a friend for Christmas and there was this recipe. I wonder if it would have jumped out to me if you wouldn't have posted it. Thanks for doing so.
    I just have a silly request.....
    Do you think that you could add the word dip to the title....thank you.

  13. This is easily the most unbearably delicious dip I have ever had the pleasure of eating. I'm a little ashamed to admit that I did add about 4 strips of crumbled bacon, and sauteed the celery and chicken breast in the grease before I combined it all. Didn't have any Frank's so I used Sri Racha instead and used jalapeno cheese. My boyfriend insists that this could be a casserole if I added rice, but I think it's a bit rich for that.


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