Hearty Buffalo Blue Cheese Dip, perfect football fan food

Hello from Tennessee Titans territory! Are you ready for some football this Sunday? We are heading into week six of seventeen and our Titans are starting to come together after a nice win last weekend!I thought it was a good time to show our team some love and share this great recipe my husband I came up with for the super bowl last year. Our hearty buffalo blue cheese dip is our take on the classic entrĂ©e, it’s a dip that eats like a meal and is easier to clean up after. 



Hearty buffalo blue cheese dip recipe


Doesn't this look tasty? Here's what you'll need to add to your shopping list: 


Ingredients:

 Makes 3 cups

  • 1 Large can of Chicken Breast meat in water
  • ¾ jar  Blue Cheese Dressing
  • 2 tablespoons (or more to taste) Cayenne based Hot sauce (think Tabasco®, Franks® or Texas Pete®)
  • 1 cup celery, diced small (reserve celery greens for garnish)
  • 1 package Neufchatel Cheese or softened Cream cheese




Hearty Buffalo Blue cheese dip recipe




Directions:

In large mixing bowl, mix all ingredients together until Chicken breast meat is broken apart and ingredients mixed in.
Garnish with celery greens and chill for at least an hour before serving.
Serve with your favorite chips, crackers, carrots, celery sticks or any dip-able veggie.




Serve hearty buffalo blue cheese dip with corn chips #football



My husband loves this dip best with big dipper corn chips and celery sticks. He’s requested it for this week’s game and since it takes just 5 ingredients and about 10 minutes to make, I’m happy to oblige his request! Another great thing about this recipe is it is easy to double, or even triple the serving amount to feed a crowd!


Whether you watch the game from home, or are heading out to do some tailgating, try making and serving our Hearty Buffalo Blue Cheese Dip. It really is perfect football fan food!



Do you watch football games with your family? Do you have a favorite NFL team, or do you enjoy college games more? Please let me know in comments!


2 comments

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

This looks and sounds really delicious.
I am wondering if it would also make a great veggie dip as my kids love snacking on carrot sticks, celery and cucumbers with dip. We are just gonna have to try this one out.

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Linda A. Kinsman said...

Hi Jill,

Thank you! My family loves this dip! It is perfect with carrot sticks, celery or any veggie you choose. I haven't served this with cucumbers, so I'm going to try that next time. Thanks!