Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Dip

On Christmas Eve, I wanted to throw some kind of warm dip together. I have never made buffalo chicken dip but figured I would give it a try and surprisingly, it actually turned out amazing so I figured I would share with you all!


2 cans shredded chicken (drained)
2 packages cream cheese
1 cup shredded cheese (whatever you prefer)
1 cup ranch dressing
1 cup buffalo hot sauce (I prefer 3/4 cup because I find buffalo sauce really tangy so if you want to cut it back, I would recommend 3/4 cup)
Johnny’s seasoning salt & Garlic powder to taste


  1. Insert crockpot liner (a must!). Add in your 2 packages of cream cheese and both cans of shredded chicken.
  2. Season this mixture with your seasoning salt and garlic powder. You can skip this step, but I like a lot of flavor in my dishes! Add in ranch packet.
  3. Add shredded cheese, ranch dressing and hot sauce. TIP: If you like a little extra kick, add in a little cayenne pepper and habenero cheese. My family loves spicy food so I did this and it tasted amazing!
  4. Cook on low for 2-3 hours. It cooks quickly because the chicken is already cooked and you’re basically waiting for the cheeses to melt.
  5. Serve with celery, carrots and chips! So delicious.

Not only is this dip incredibly easy to make, it is also something you can make in a short amount of time! It isn’t something that has to be in the crockpot for 6+ hours. It will be done in just a couple hours and you could even crank it up to high and have it done faster. I recommend the crockpot liner because dips tend to stick and are hard to scrub. This is personal preference but it is a must in my book!

I hope you enjoyed!

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