Monday, October 10, 2011

Chicken a dip

This past week, one of my classes and I celebrated the completion of a big project with a potluck lunch.
And the pressure was on; they expected me to bring something fabulous.
So, here's what I came up with:

Here lately I've been craving wing sauce. No clue why, and no, this has never happened before...I don't even really like wings...or spicy food.....and NO, I'm not preggars.
Anyway, here's what I did (for real this time):

-1 pkg cream cheese (I used fat free.)
-1 small carton sour cream (also fat free)
-2 cups of sliced cheddar cheese
-8 oz wing sauce (whatever kind you prefer)
-8 oz ranch dressing (you could use a little more here if you want to cut down on the spice)
-3-4 cooked and shredded chicken breasts (you could sub. canned chicken here if you wanted to...)
-onion powder

First I cooked and shredded the chicken breasts.
Then I melted the cream cheese so that I could mix it with the other ingredients.
Then I mixed the cream cheese, sour cream, chicken, wing sauce, ranch, and cheese with a dash or two of onion powder.

Once all the ingredients were mixed together, I cooked it at 350 for about twenty minutes.

It was delish. The kiddos gave their complete and utter sign of approval.
I like this dip because it's completely different from what I normally make, and sometimes branching out is a good thing, yes?

I hope your weekend was as wonderful as ours.
We headed out of town to see some friends and eat some froyo.


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And, if you blog and don't use Pinterest, you should.
Someone posted my cake batter dip that I made for Lib's birthday,
and just last week that one post had over 1500 hits.
Thanks, Pinterest for introducing the world to the joy that is cake batter dip.

Here's hoping your Monday is scrumptious.


  1. I make a dip similar, it has chicken, cheddar, ranch dressing, blue cheese dressing, Frank's Red Hot Sauce, cream cheese and it goes in the crock pot. Delicious, it's a favorite!

  2. I make this dip all the time, especially during football season! It's one of my top faves now!!!


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