Buffalo chicken dip is arguably one of the most popular game day appetizers. It's cheesy, spicy and just the thing you want to dip into over and over again while you watch an epic match such as the Super Bowl.
Making a killer bakedBuffalo chicken dip doesn't require a great deal of effort. If you can mix, stir, season and have a functioning oven you'll be able to whip this baby up in no time. Be sure to serve it right out of the oven so everyone can enjoy its gooey cheesy mess. Don't forget the mile-high bowl of chips and obligatory celery sticks.
Take a look at this easy recipe from The Oregonian (quick tip: make sure the cream cheese is at room temperature to make it easier to blend together):
BAKED BUFFALO CHICKEN DIP
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