Chicken Wing Dip

Welcome to Day #1 of Appetizer Week, a multi-blogger event co-hosted by Kim of Cravings of a Lunatic and Kristen from Frugal Antics of a Harried Homemaker. With the big football game coming up, we wanted to make sure you had plenty of ideas for your game day spread. Each day we will be dishing up a different set of appetizers. We hope you enjoy this fabulous group of recipes. Tune in each day starting with Monday, January 20 and ending on Saturday, January 25. Lots of great prizes will be up for grabs so you do not want to miss one single day. Follow #AppetizerWeek on Twitter to keep up to date with all our amazing recipes and giveaways!

I really can’t believe I’ve never shared this recipe before on here! I’ve been making it for years! I know there are 6 million versions of Chicken Wing Dip out there, and they all only have one or two minor variations, but it seems those minor variations are what make or break this recipe. I use real blue cheese crumbles in mine and all of my friends agree it’s better than blue cheese dressing. My recipe is so simple that I hate to say it but once you get this saying in your head you won’t even need to look this recipe up to make it. Are you ready? “Three, three, three, one.” That’s it! I’ll give you the recipe anyway, but please read after the recipe to see today’s awesome giveaway and the list of all the recipes being shared today!  :)

Chicken Wing Dip

4.8 from 5 reviews

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Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip made with real blue cheese and your favorite wing sauce makes the perfect game day snack!
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Recipe type: Appetizer
Serves: Makes about 8 cups
Ingredients
  • 3 8-ounce packages cream cheese
  • 3 cups shredded cooked chicken ( you can use canned, drained. I’m not telling, I’ve done it!)
  • 3 containers crumbled blue cheese from your grocery deli department ( equals about 1¾ pound.
  • 17.5 ounce bottle of your favorite wing sauce
Instructions
  1. Put all ingredients in a slow cooker set on high. No need to combine at this point. Cover, stir occasionally, for 1 hour or until cream cheese is melted and smooth. Switch slow cooker to “keep warm” or if that option isn’t available turn the slow cooker off. Serve with tortilla chips or celery sticks.

 

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Comments

  1. Margot C says

    I am a bit of an OXO freak and I have a LOT of their products’ my favorite is my Uplift Tea Kettle – Anniversary Edition (#1473502); it’s so beautiful.

  2. Karen I says

    Love the chicken wing dip. I love the graters and peelers from OXO. I have not tried their other products but would love to be a winner in this sweepstakes.

  3. Kelly says

    I make this dip alot thanks to you giving me the recipe, friends request that I make it for parties and gatherings constantly. :)

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