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Do You Love Buffalo Chicken? This Appetizer Is Made For You!
Buffalo chicken dip is always a winner at my humble abode. If you have fans of the almighty spicy chicken wing in your family, then you have fans of this amazingly delicious dip!
My husband is crazy about buffalo chicken wings – and by crazy I mean completely insane. He could eat them for lunch and dinner every single day of his life! However, I am actually not that big a fan. Even though I do enjoy the flavors every now and then. I guess it’s more about that stickiness and mess when I’m eating them, not as much the ingredients.
That’s why this buffalo chicken dip is a huge hit at our house. It’s very simple to make and there’s no mess at all, when you’re eating it! You still get all those familiar flavors, and you can combine this with pretty much anything; tortilla chips, your favorite veggies, or even toast! In fact, if there’s any leftover dip (usually there isn’t), I like to turn it into a lunch sandwich for the next day.
Image credit Phil Denton.
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Quick Tip: I like to serve this hearty dip with taco chips and celery sticks.