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Buffalo Chicken Dip

Buffalo Chicken Dip


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Cream cheese, blue cheese, ranch dressing and hot sauce give this hearty baked chicken dip a familiar Buffalo flair

Cream cheese, blue cheese, ranch dressing and hot sauce give this hearty baked chicken dip a familiar Buffalo flair.

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups cooked chicken, shredded
  • 1 package (eight ounces) cream cheese, PHILADELPHIA cream cheese, softened
  • 1/2 Cup ranch dressing, such as KRAFT Classic ranch dressing
  • 1/2 Cup hot pepper sauce
  • 1/2 Cup blue cheese crumbles, such as KRAFT natural blue cheese crumbles
  • 1 Tablespoon green onions, chopped

Servings4

Calories Per Serving477

Folate equivalent (total)18µg5%

Riboflavin (B2)0.3mg15.4%


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If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

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Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.


If you've ever wanted to enjoy Buffalo chicken flavor at your desk without attracting unwanted attention from your coworkers, this chicken wrap ought to do the trick. The recipe calls for cubed breast, but if you've got leftover roast or rotisserie chicken, that will do just fine, too.

The Spruce Eats / Julia Hartbeck

Love wings, but hate the mess? Try this delicious twist on meatloaf with a similar flavor. The trick to a moist loaf is to augment the meat with lots of filler ingredients and not to pack it too tight. This one comes chock full of the usual wing side veggies, plus some soft breadcrumbs. Shape it gently by hand for the best texture.



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