Hey, hey there everyone!
Today I am sharing a Buffalo Crockpot Chicken recipe
This is the time of year for all things crockpot in our home. How I love thee!
Most of you know I am an original Buffalo chick.
Well, what I mean is I am from Buffalo and lived there most my life up until 16 years ago.
Lived in Jersey the first 10 years of my life, then we migrated to Buffalo, New York.
Yes, I know, it’cold there, and yes, they do get a lot of snow. Blizzard of 77 still has a vivid memory of mine.
One thing most of you know,
is that Buffalo is known for their chicken wings. It’s obvious, they should be if you ever had their wings.
Wings everywhere else on the planet can’t compare in my opinion.
If you ever watch food network the two most popular places are Duff’s and Anchor bar.
I personally like Duff’s, however there are a lot of people that would debate me. I believe Duff’s won the wing off on the food network.
Today, I am sharing a very simple Buffalo Crockpot chicken recipe.
This recipe has a bit of a kick too it.
If you are like me, you can use mild sauce and add your own kick with a hot sauce of choice.
I am trying out a new recipe gadget here so let me know if it works for you. Just print and save, or heck make it today! It’s just that easy and delish.
You may start to see more crockpot recipes here in between some home tours.
Getting a little tougher these days for home tours and I have been on over two years now of asking gals to join the series. I am running out of peeps to ask:)
This recipe was only fitting for today considering my Mom and sister are visiting from Buffalo.
Follow me around if you like.
Buffalo Crockpot Chicken
- Chicken breast Wing sauce, hot or mild, hot sauce, blue cheese salad dressing and blue cheese crumbles.
- This basic recipe serves a family of four with enough for seconds if desired. 2lbs of chicken breast thawed. Place chicken in crockpot. Pour bottle of hot sauce on top of chicken. Add half a cup of Blue cheese salad dressing. You can use liquid or packet whatever one works. Place lid on slow cooker and cook on low for 4-6 hours until you can shred the chicken with a fork in the crockpot. Serve on bun of choice, top with crumbly blue cheese, and hot sauce if desired.