Chicken Wing Dip and More

Monday, February 18, 2019
This Chicken Wing Party Dip is the perfect appetzier addition to any fun planned get together and especially on game day!

We love hot sauce on wings and this dip is a win win combination of flavor all in one easy casserole style dish.

Sometimes just an assortment of finger foods is the perfect solution when your not extremely hungry and have no idea what you want.

These are a few other chicken dinners we like to make like baked beer chicken or barbecued all in this post for you.

They are perfect for game day, family get-togethers while watching a movie and party times.

I always pick easy ones that don't take long and still a nice variety.

We usually just have chips, dip and another kind of chicken because my family are all big chicken wing lovers.

One other delicious addition to these recipes, is my Baked Artichoke and Spinach Dip!

You may remember my best potato sides dishes or a roundup of fun patriotic red white and blue holiday appetizers?

Scroll down to my favorite pick foods and check out these appetizers that are fun anytime you make them!

this is a hot dip with melted cheese that has chicken in it called Chicken Wing Dip

Chicken Wing Dip

This is the most asked dip to make for any get-together, event or party here in my family.

Just scroll down to the printable recipe card for this delicious hot dip recipe.

Chicken Wings and Dipping Sauces

this is chicken wings with dipping sauce recipes

My Alternative!

We love chicken fingers, but also pulled chicken with hot sauce and so easy, just throw it in the slow cooker!

Nothing could be easier than these sliders or sandwiches when you want to feed a party-sized crowd of people!

Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken with Hot Sauce

this is a slow cooker slider sandwich with pulled hot sauce chicken

Salads and More

We also love a great platter of salad items and build your own salad bar ideas.

This could become a finger food platter or just add some bottles of salad dressing and plastic plates to make their own creations this is one of my favorites!

Bruschetta Antipasto Sandwich

this is antipasto on top of crostini

More Finger Foods

The boys love sliders, my favorite to make is a miniature of my mom's Italian hamburger recipe.

Just buy those mini slider buns, mix up the burgers, fry, or grill and just let them build their own burgers with condiments and assorted toppings.

I like to have pre-cooked bacon (I just microwave it) tomatoes, lettuce of loads of sliced cheeses.

This is their favorite burger recipe, check it out and they're baked, so easy peasy!

Mom's Italian Burger Recipe Made Into Sliders

these are Italian hamburgers dressed with lettuce tomatoes and in hard rolls

Pork Fans

The men in my family are also barbecued pork fans.

When we have a big get together, I always set the slow cooker overnight, get up in the morning to a wonderful smelling house.

Shred-it, add the barbecue sauce, leave it on warm and again build your own sandwiches!

Hey, I want to enjoy the day too and mingle with folks, so this is another easy way out.

This one always a big hit!

Oven Smoked or Slow Cooked Pulled Pork

this is oven roasted smoked pork that also can be made in a slow cooker. The pork is shredded and ready for making sandwiches or eaten with texas toast

Baked Chicken

Here are two more great recipes both a healthier alternative baked instead of fried beer chicken legs, and baked barbecued chicken watch them fly off the plate they are so good!.

Another wonderful easy recipe all in one pan!

Beer Baked Chicken Legs

beer baked chicken legs

Everyone Loves Chicken

If you're in a hurry Chicken Wing Dip is the way to go as it will satisfy all those hot sauce lovers easily.

You could also bake the chicken and add dipping sauces on the side to keep everyone happy!

Baked Barbecued Chicken

these are baked barbecued chicken legs

More Party Foods and Appetizers Plus Side Dish Recipes

30 Best Recipe Sides Dishes and Appetizers

Best Potato Recipes

Game Day Roundup

Best Chicken Wings and Dipping Sauce Recipes

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Bonus Recipe For Chicken Wing Dip

This dip is a creamy appetizer that is perfect for any party.

IF you have a buffalo chicken lover in the house, they are going to love this deliciously easy baked dip.

You can use leftover boneless chicken, grilled or baked boneless chicken, boiled cubed chicken, frozen chicken cubes thawed or I like to use rotisserie chicken and just pull it off the bone.

It makes the best tasting flavors in this dip.

this is how to make chicken wing dip that is covered in melted cheddar cheese

Chicken Wing Dip

Every party has to have chicken wings of some sort.

This dip is so easy and quick, it's the complete answer to keeping you out of the kitchen frying.

A few things that make it yummier, either saute the boneless chicken breast first and season it with garlic powder, salt pepper, then shred it.

If you're in a hurry use a rotisserie chicken and take it off the bone.

I usually get one that spicy.

The seasoned chicken will make the dip more authentic in taste to regular chicken wings.

You can substitute ranch dressing instead of blue cheese and you can also use low fat for fewer calories.

We love this dip and it's the most asked for party fun food that goes first.

this is a chicken wing dip with sauteed chicken shredded and how to make the chicken wing dip recipe topped with shredded cheddar cheese

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Fun Party Foods and Chicken Wing Dip Recipe

Chicken Wing Dip

prep time: 10 Mcook time: 25 Mtotal time: 35 M
This is an easy recipe for Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip and a great party appetizer


  • 1 - 8-ounce package cream cheese softened
  • 1/2 cup Franks Buffalo  chicken wing sauce
  • 1/2 cup Maries chunky blue cheese dressing
  • 2 cups of Rotisserie chicken removed off the bone 
  • 2 tablespoons of Danish blue cheese crumbles
  • 2 cups of extra sharp cheddar cheese more for the top for garnish
  • Assorted vegetables for dipping and crackers IE celery, pita points, tortilla chips, buttery crackers etc.
  • Optional: add crispy fried bacon to the top after the cheese melts


How to cook Chicken Wing Dip

  1. Heat the oven to 350 degrees or you can microwave this but I am not a fan doing this in the microwave.
  2. In a medium-sized bowl beat the cream cheese until smooth not lumpy and add the sauce to this.
  3. Stir in the dressing, blue cheese crumbles, the chicken and mix together evenly.
  4. Fold in the shredded cheese leaving some for the topping.
  5. Spread in a greased baking dish I use a deep-dish pie plate.
  6. Sprinkle the top with more shredded cheese.
  7. Bake at 350 degrees until the cheese is melted and it starts to bubble or at least baked for 20 minutes.
  8. Serve with any of the dipping suggestions above.
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Disclosure: This recipe was originally shared in 2014. It was edited and re-published in 2020.


  1. It al looks delicious my dear. Have a happy New year and all the best for 2015.

  2. Wow…these look fabulous! Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year!

  3. Dear Claudia. I would love to make a meal of all of these delicious appetizers; they are the best part of the meal.
    I wish you and yours a beautiful New Year filled with good health, good food, good fun and best of all lots of happy memories yet to be made.
    Your friend. Catherine xoxo

  4. I'd love to sample every single one of these glorious appetizers!! The holiday spread at your house must be phenomenal!

  5. It all looks great, Claudia! Mmmmmm!!!!

  6. So many delicious recipes to choose from! I can't wait to try the slow cooker chicken with hot sauce! Yum!

  7. chicken wing dip is such a favorite! I use ranch instead of blue cheese, just my personal preference. Regardless, it is always the first thing to go at a party.


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