Buffalo chicken dip is by far the best party food that ever existed – and this Crock Pot version is so easy to make! Filled with simple ingredients like chicken, shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheese, cream cheese, hot sauce, and ranch dressing, this amazing chicken dip is the less messy equivalent of cheese-covered hot wings dipped in ranch dressing. Some simple prep work followed by a little dumping and stirring and waiting is all it takes to make this delicious, creamy, spicy recipe. Guaranteed to disappear at your next party, you’ll be lucky to bring home any leftovers.
Cook the chicken. Here, we’re poaching chicken breasts, but feel free to use your favorite cooking method or save time by using leftover chicken, cooked chicken thighs, rotisserie chicken, or canned chicken.
Shred the chicken. If you are cooking your own chicken, wait until it has cooled slightly then shred using two forks or your hands.
Dump the chicken, hot sauce, ranch dressing, cream cheese, shredded cheese, salt and pepper, and green onions into the bowl of a large Crock-Pot. Mix well.
Cook on high for 2 hours or on low for 3 hours. Mix well before serving.