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Buffalo Chicken Dip

Welcome, Meaghan of Cook.Craft.Love. for today’s guest post. Her blog is filled with gorgeous photos and delicious recipes, so be sure to check it out. Social media links are at the bottom of the post so you can connect because you won’t want to miss a thing!

Hi, Happy 2B a Homemaker readers!  My name is Meaghan and I blog over at Cook. Craft. Love.!  I’m so excited to be here sharing with you a perfect dip great for a graduation party, a Father’s Day get together, or your next picnic!


For the first time in a while, we’re graduation-free in our family.  A couple years ago, my cousin graduated from my favorite college football team’s biggest rival, last year my sister graduated from our shared Alma Mater, and next year my brother will graduate from high school.  Then we’ll be set for another four years until he graduates from college.  Even though I don’t have any graduation celebrations I have to get home for, I always get a tiny bit nostalgic during graduation season.

So when Tracee asked me if I’d like to guest post, I immediately asked her if I could do a great graduation party recipe!  Lucky for me {and for you 😉 } she said yes!  This is one of my absolute favorite dips because it’s so stinkin’ easy but since it has chicken in it, it’s also hearty enough to fill you up.  Win!  If I could put you in touch with my first roommate after college graduation, she would confirm my love for this dip by telling you that I made it every single solitary time we had people over to our tiny apartment.  True story.


My favorite way to eat this delectably easy dip is piled high on a nice salty tortilla chip because it really helps balance the spiciness of it.  But in a pinch I’ve also used a toasted baguette, Wheat Thins, and Club crackers.  Have some dip leftover from your party?  Roll that bad boy up in a tortilla and pop it in the oven or microwave for a few minutes.  Or eat it cold.  I won’t judge.

If you don’t like heat as much as I do, then cut the hot sauce in half and taste it.  If you want to add a little more, then go for it! If you like it like that then you have a winner!  To help with the spiciness even more, you can add a little mozzarella or parmesan cheese as a garnish for serving OR melt it on top for even more ooey gooey goodness – because melted cheese makes everything just a little bit better.


Thanks again to Tracee for having me over today!

2 large chicken breasts
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup Frank’s Red Hot
1/4 cup ranch dressing
2 Tbs cream cheese
Shredded mozzarella cheese, optional

1. Sprinkle chicken with salt and bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until juices run clear. Shred with a fork.
2. While chicken is still warm add Frank’s Red Hot, ranch dressing, and cream cheese and stir until well combined.
3. Serve warm with chips, crackers, or crusty bread.

Thanks a million, Meaghan! Isn’t she wonderful, readers? When I started my blog, Meaghan was one of my first blogger friends and she has been a blessing to me ever since. You’ll want to subscribe to Cook.Craft.Love. for updates and follow her on social media, so I’ve added links for you here.

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