Easy Buffalo Chicken Dip is a 5 ingredient recipe and takes less than 30 minutes to make! Perfect for a Super Bowl party or any kind of get-together.
This spicy, easy buffalo chicken dip recipe was supposed to be part of a wonderfully happy time in my life, where I would be anticipating the upcoming Super Bowl 50 and getting ready to cheer on my favorite team, The New England Patriots.
Instead, my Pats aren't in it so now I could really give two hoots about the big game and don't care at all about watching it. I may even have my own anti Super Bowl party where I can make this dip and drown my sorrows in each bite of spicy goodness.
This Easy Buffalo Chicken Dip is...
- Oven baked
- Perfect as an appetizer, snack, or dinner. Yes, I've eaten this for dinner before, with a salad, so it was considered a complete meal.
A hot appetizer made with Frank's hot sauce
It's way easier (and less messy) than eating buffalo chicken wings too! I usually pair this spicy food with homemade baked tortilla chips and celery. Serve it with carrot sticks, cucumber rounds, red bell pepper slices, pita chips, and even pretzels.
Delicious and easy, make this Spicy Buffalo Chicken Dip for your Super Bowl party or your "I'm not watching that damn game" get-together. Either way, it's a yummy addition to your next gathering of family and friends.
Don't forget to share this Easy Buffalo Chicken Dip and let me know below in the comments how you liked it!
Easy Buffalo Chicken Dip
- 16 ounces cream cheese , softened
- 2 cups cooked chicken breast , finely chopped
- ⅔ cups hot sauce (I use Frank's Hot Sauce)
- 1 ½ cups Monterey Jack or Pepper Jack cheese , shredded
- ½ cup blue cheese , crumbled
- Preheat oven to 350F/176C degrees.
- Combine all ingredients in an oven proof glass 2 qt casserole dish and mix well.Bake for 25 minutes, or until mixture is bubbling and hot throughout.
- Serve with an assortment of chips, crackers, and raw cut up veggies.
Recipe Notes & Tips:
- Leftovers will keep in the refrigerator, covered, for up to 3 days
- Reheat leftovers in a 325F/165C degree oven for 10 minutes or in the microwave for 2 minutes at a time (stirring after each 2 minutes)
Whitney at That Square Plate
I could live on Buffalo Chicken dip!! Love that you used pepper jack -- its one of my favs!! Need to make soon!!
I could seriously live on it too. Let me know how you like when you make it.
Holy cow! If this dip makes me think I'd love to dig into it (without the spoon) and not sharing with a single person, does that mean I've got bad manners? Well I don't care - give it to me, Karrie!:)
Ben, there is no such think as bad manners when a spoon and a buffalo chicken dip is involved! hahahaha!
This dip looks so creamy and delicious. Going to try this weekend !
Thanks Kushi and let me know how it turns out for you!
Kathleen | Hapa Nom Nom
Yeah... I couldn't care less who's in the game - I just like to eat and drink... is that bad? So no Super Bowl party is complete without an awesome dip, and this most certainly fits the bill! Forget the game, I'm hoarding this bowl and all the chips and retreating to a quiet corner to stuff my face! Awesome recipe girl!
Me too Kathleen! Eating and drinking is what I'm going to be all about on Super Bowl Sunday.
Jen | Baked by an Introvert
This dip is great for game day snacking! I love anything buffalo style!
Me too Jen! I love buffalo style anything and everything.
As Water Boy's mama would say, "That ol' Fooseball is from the Debil!" lol
My guys will love this dip for the big game day. Great recipe!
Hahahaha Connie! Oh man, I wish I would have thought about that quote and put it in the post 'cause that's a great one. Mama's right too!
Oh, and I mean 'football', not 'foodball'....hahahaha...wonder what's on my mind!!!
This dip looks absolutely delish, Karrie! Confession - I know pretty much nothing about football (the teams or the rules of the game). However.....I'm all about all those yummy foodball/superbowl recipes that float around this time of year so I would gladly watch a game while eating this dip!! I could totally eat all of this myself!!
Thanks Dawn and I'm all about eating food at the foodball. hahaha! I actually like the term foodball and think we should make that a game in itself.
First time in my life I when heard about Super Bowl was when Michael Jackson (who I love) performed during the halftime show in 1993. I haven’t learnt anything else about the game since then so I can not afford to have an opinion on this but I do have an opinion on that cheesy golden bowl of yours. It looks so yummy <3 I love everything you put in it so I am sure it’s „wow”.
Thank you so much Simona and I love Michael Jackson too! He was such a great performer.
Kathy @ Beyond the Chicken Coop
Darn about your team! I always watch the game for the commercials.....and the food! This dip needs to be on my menu for the very small party we will have!
I hear you Kathy and thanks for the sympathy. I think I'll watch the commercials too...and halftime, but that's it!
Oh man... Imagine having this next to a ROUDY crowd... And they flip out over a football play and BAM... Dip on floor! I would hoover it off the floor for you!
Holy crapola all over the place! That makes me not want to watch football ever around this dip or any dip! #cleanfreak
Karrie! I love everything about this dip! I mean come on! you can't go wrong here!! hahaha I am cheering for Cheyanne's home town team too! so join us already! hugs!
NOOOOOOOO!!! Pats rule!!! lol! Thanks for your kind words about the dip thou' xoxo
TammyRenea @ San Pasqual's Kitchen
Oh my goodness, I just want this dip, a bag of chips and some alone time!!! hahaha But, maybe I should share it with friends over the big game. Delicious!
Hahaha! I pictured you taking this big bowl of dip and going into a closet to eat it, alone. Maybe you should share it
Thao @ In Good Flavor
Although I don't watch football much, I do cheer on the Patriots every now and then. And when they are at the Super Bowl, it's a must watch. Like you Karrie, I couldn't care less who wins this year. The only part I'll be watching is halftime! What I can get into is this luscious dip! So cheesy, spicy, and warm. Oh yeah! I can see myself chowing down on it as I support you in your anti-Super Bowl sentiment come game night!
The Super Bowl is so much better (and easier to watch) when your team is it in. I'll be watching halftime too and eating a bunch of snacks!
Melanie @ Melanie Cooks
This dip is so yummy and so easy to make! Perfect recipe for the Super Bowl!
Beeta @ Mon Petit Four
The whole I don't give a hoot about the game attitude is one I'm very familiar with, as it's pretty much my stance every year lol. All I ever care about is the food, especially dips like this! They're what make game day so fun for me. I am LOVING your dip with the cream cheese and spiciness...mmmm!!! I would totally eat this for dinner too. You were very healthy adding that salad..I might not have even done that!! :p I'll probably enjoy this with a beer. Beer technically comes from wheat, right? So we sort of get our grains in...;)
Thank you Beeta and I'm so glad you don't care either. If we live closer to each other, we would do a spa day instead of watching this dumb Super Bowl This dip with a salad and a beer is totally a well rounded meal!
Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary
Hahahahaha! Awww are you going to cry over your stupid Pats not being in the big game? (Totally sticking my tongue out at you). I'm actually excited to cheer for my new home states team. I know Rachelle is stoked. See you should move here and join in the fun. LOVE spicy buffalo anything, especially dip and this looks delicious, Karrie! I could eat this for dinner, so no judgment there! Gimme allllll the dip! Cheers, lovely! Xoxo
Girrrl, you better step off! Don't be callin' my Patriots stupid and your BFF card is getting real close to being revoked! lol! Even when I move to NC, I can't root for the Panthers and definitely not while Cam is there (that goes back to when he played for Auburn & I'm Univ of Tn, so we will always be enemies). At least you agree with me on eating this dip for dinner!
Rachelle @ Beer Girl Cooks
Rachelle is totally stoked! #KeepPounding #PanthersNation Boo to the Patriots! you know what they say about karma..... But you can't be mad at my Cats because it was Denver who beat your team. And that means you SHOULD watch the Super Bowl and cheer on Cam, Luke, Greg, Tolbert, the human bowling ball, and the rest of the boys! You need to quit hatin' on Cam and get over this college grudge! You also need to stop moving around the arctic northeast and get on down here! At least we can all agree that this dip is deliciously dinner worthy! I'm glad we had this little talk. XOXO
Be forewarned, I'm bringing all my Pats shirts (and ballcaps) when I move to NC.