Buffalo Chicken Dip is probably my favorite and most requested appetizer when it comes to grilling out and hosting people at our house for dinner. It’s such a simple but satisfying dish, and definitely pleases a crowd! I love chicken and all, but lately I’ve been trying to eat more veggies. Grilling with MorningStar Farms provides a healthy option for you, your family, or your guests but still brings great flavor to your dishes. Meatless can still be delicious!
So this weekend I tried out my original recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip, but I swapped the chicken for MorningStar Farms Buffalo Chik Patties. It was so yummy! It’s important to me to make sure everyone is taken care of at my grill-outs…no matter what their dietary needs are.
Buffalo Chik Dip Recipe
1 package of MorningStar Farms Buffalo Chik Patties (4 patties cooked, chopped)
2 8oz. packages cream cheese
1 cup of ranch dressing
3/4 cup hot sauce
1.5 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Corn chips or celery for dipping
Cook the MorningStar Farms Buffalo Chik Patties according to the package. Chop them up into bite sized pieces, set aside. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Heat the hot sauce, ranch dressing, and cream cheese in a skillet over medium heat. Stir until smooth. Add half of the amount of cheddar cheese. Stir until melted. Add in the cooked chicken and gently mix in. Transfer mixture to a baking dish and top with the remaining cheese. Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until bubbly. Serve with corn chips, crackers, or celery!
I purchased all of these ingredients from my local Target, including some extras for sides and main courses! MorningStar Farms products are located on the refrigerated aisle near the frozen vegetables, breads, and meat. I love that my Target now has a complete grocery! So convenient!
Have you ever thought of giving up meat for a certain amount of time? You can take the “Veg of Allegiance”, a pledge to go meatless for a number of meals. Enter here for a chance to win prizes and to declare your Veg of Allegiance!
What are some of your favorite meatless meals or side dishes? I’d love to know!