Eat Drink & Be Mary: Buffalo Chicken Dip with Sriracha

8.26.2014

Buffalo Chicken Dip with Sriracha

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of CHA! by Texas Pete. All opinions are 100% mine.





Buffalo Chicken Dip is the world's greatest dip ever.  [not an exaggeration, just ask anyone]  And better yet, its incredibly easy to make.  Really really easy!  And I've just found the perfect ingredient to kick it up a notch!  CHA! by Texas Pete (make sure you make it all the way to the bottom of this post, trust me!)

This recipe is the perfect tailgating recipe (football season is just around the corner), and the best addition to any cookout or party.  I've seriously never had a person turn this dip down, and they always come back for seconds.


I normally make buffalo chicken dip with normal hot sauce, but y'all this sriracha CHA! sauce makes a world of difference.  The Texas Pete CHA! adds a kick of spice into each bite, that honestly just wasn't the same before.  

Oh and did I mention it's made in the crock pot?  Winning!


what you will need:
2 cans of Chicken (12.5 oz)
8 oz. Cream Cheese
cup of ranch
2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup of Texas Pete CHA! sriracha sauce (add more if you prefer)

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what you will need to do: (which lets face it, in the crock pot there's not much)
+ put the crock pot on low heat.
+ drain the chicken and put it in the crock pot.  add the cream cheese.  cover the crock pot.  let the mixture sit until the cream cheese is creamy and melted (approx. 30 minutes).  
+ add in the ranch and shredded cheese.  mix well.
+ add in the Texas Pete CHA! sriracha sauce as you like.  I used 1/4 cup and it added the perfect kick of spice in everybite, but was still tame enough for family members of all ages to enjoy (no kiddos though).  
+turn crock pot down to "keep warm" and it's ready to serve.  

Serve with: whole grain tortilla chips, pita chips, celery, the options are endless.  

The dip is just as good reheated the next day.  The perks of this recipe just keep coming!


Moral of the story?  Don't count this Texas Pete CHA! sriracha out when searching for the perfect ingredient to add to your dish.  The taste & texture really elevate the recipe to another level.  This ain't just a condiment anymore y'all. 

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*the giveaway will end September 3rd @ 11:59pm.

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23 comments:

  1. Buffalo chicken dip is a staple in our house every football season! I know my husband would LOVE this sauce in his infamous turkey burgers.

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  2. Mmmmk. You had me a buffalo chicken dip - but dang with siracha?! That sounds so so so good!

    P.S. - your nails are so pretty!

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  3. Looks amazing! I love the original siracha sauce but haven't tried the Texas Pete. Buffalo dip is perfect for football season.

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  4. This looks absolutely amazing!

    --Me And My Mini Me
    www.meandmyminime.com

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  5. This looks so yummy and so simple to make! That makes it one of my favorites lol..simple and yummy is the way to go!

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  6. I definitely have to try this!!! :) looks amazing!

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  7. I cannot wait for football season and to try out this dip on those game days! I'm thinking this would be good on Buffalo Chicken Sliders. YUM!!

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  8. I've never tried making buffalo chicken dip, but this sounds very doable (and hooray for crockpot recipes! :D!). I'm not so much a fan of cheddar, so I may try modifying this with some other type of cheese; hopefully it turns out okay! :P

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  9. Siracha is amazing and this looks too yummy. I may just have to make the boyfriend cook this with me soon.

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  10. I never heard of Siracha until I moved to Texas and now it's everywhere. However, I still haven't tried it. I'm worried it will be too spicy. Something about the name and the looks of it scares me.

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  11. Wow this looks really good! My ball and chain would love this :)

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  12. We are on a major siracha kick in our house right now. Totally pinning this for some game day use!

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  13. Oh my goodness - my mouth is literally watering. Literally! This recipe sounds so good! I don't have a crockpot, but I may have to figure out a way to make this dip anyway...

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  14. I love Buffalo Chicken Dip!! My husband would probably love this sauce, he loves spicy things! I'm thinking this would be good on some baked wings too!
    xo Krissy @ Sneakers and Sequins

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  15. Yumm! I love Buffalo Chicken Dip and would love to add that CHA! to it! We use hot sauce in our jambalya when we make it, so I 'd love to try CHA! in it.

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  16. Yum, yum! Sirach is the thing these days.

    ~Ashley @ A Cute Angle
    acutelifestyle.blogspot.com

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  17. This dip recipe is way yummy, but I'm sure your addition of sriracha makes it SO MUCH BETTER! I LOVE sriracha!! Thanks for sharing it!! <3

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  18. This recipe sounds wonderful. I will try it at my next meeting. I am stopping by from Share Your Stuff linkup. Have a great week! cathyzpeek.com

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  19. I love this dip, just didn't know how to make it. Thanks for the recipe!!

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  20. A new twist to one of my fav recipes! Pinning and stumbling!

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  21. I am definitely making this for game day next weeked! It looks delicious!



    XO,
    Emily Cole


    www.idodeclareblog.com

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  22. I'd love to know how it turns out Emily. It's super delicious :)

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