Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip

"A co-worker of mine has introduced me to this dip.  I have had others, but this one seems really interesting to me.  I boiled the boneless chicken in water and hot sauce - made it really moist and easy to shred. I prefer to serve the celery on the side but my friend likes the crunch that it adds to the dip. This dip was such a hit at my last party!!"
photo by Elaine J. photo by Elaine J.
photo by Elaine J.
Ready In:
2hrs 15mins




  • Combine all ingredients into crock pot.
  • Reserve some cheddar cheese for the top.
  • Cook on low for 2 hours.
  • Just before serving, add the reserved cheese to the top and allow to melt.

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  1. courtneyok
    This is my favorite chicken wing dip, so easy to make and eat. The consistency is smoother than the traditional oven recipe, and the crockpot keeps it the perfect temperature while you enjoy it. My friends, children, and children's friends all love this. I made it the first few times exactly as written. Since then, I have had made a few adjustments based on what I have on hand - used all ranch or all bleu cheese if I was out of one and also many times substitute plain greek yogurt in place of sour cream to make it a touch better for us. None of these substitutions change this. It is still great! Also, I hate celery, but this dip seems to compliment it so well that even I will eat them (although I prefer tortilla chips).
  2. Elaine J.
    Used for low carb super bowl option...then realized I should have just made wings! Great dip though...but best with crackers or tortilla chips. I had celery and carrots on the side. The celery definitely added a nice crunch. If making for crackers/chips, I would definitely add chopped celery.
  3. lleenderts
    Awesome! I used fat free or low fat for all of the ingredients to slim it down (a lot) and I thought it was still amazing. Served with white corn chips. Thanks for the recipe!


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