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Spooktacular Buffalo Chicken Dip

Spooktacular Buffalo Chicken Dip

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Everyone loves Buffalo Chicken Dip, but when you follow our recipe to turn this classic dip into a ghostly graveyard, they will love it even more.  It is super-easy to make the spooky decorations.  You can follow our lead or try using something else like celery stalks or broccoli florets for the trees.  This is also a perfect dish to let the kids help decorate!

serves 32 people

Ingredients

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  • 1

    package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened

  • 1/2

    cup blue cheese salad dressing

  • 1/2

    cup Franks® Redhot® Original Cayenne Pepper Sauce  or any flavor Franks Redhot® Sauce

  • 1/2

    cup crumbled blue cheese or shredded mozzarella cheese

  • 2

    cans (12.5 ounces each) Swanson® Premium White Chunk Chicken Breast in Water, drained

  • 1 1/2

    10-ounce packages Pepperidge Farm® Cracker Trio (you'll also need an edible-ink marker to write on the 6 crackers used as tombstones)

  • 1/3

    cup chopped red and/or green leaf lettuce

  • 1/4

    cup pitted drained sliced ripe olives

  • 2

    ounces curly kale leaves (about 3 leaves) (you'll want to buy with the stems on so you can use them as spooky trees)

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How to Make It

Stir the cream cheese in a 9-inch deep dish pie plate with a fork or whisk until smooth. Stir in the dressing, hot sauce and blue cheese. Stir in the chicken. Bake at 350°F. for 20 minutes or until the chicken mixture is hot. While the dip is baking, write spooky epitaphs on 6 Harvest Wheat crackers using black edible-ink marker. Stir the baked dip.  Stand the cracker tombstones in the dip.  Sprinkle the chopped lettuce and olives around the tombstones.  Stand the kale leaves in the dip to make trees.  Serve with the remaining crackers for dipping.
Step 1

Stir the cream cheese in a 9-inch deep dish pie plate with a fork or whisk until smooth. Stir in the dressing, hot sauce and blue cheese. Stir in the chicken.

Step 2

Bake at 350°F. for 20 minutes or until the chicken mixture is hot. While the dip is baking, write spooky epitaphs on 6 Harvest Wheat crackers using black edible-ink marker.

Step 3

Stir the baked dip.  Stand the cracker tombstones in the dip.  Sprinkle the chopped lettuce and olives around the tombstones.  Stand the kale leaves in the dip to make trees.  Serve with the remaining crackers for dipping.

Recipe Tips

  • Alternate Preparation: To make this dip in the microwave, use a microwavable 9-inch deep dish pie plate. Prepare the dip as directed above but do not bake. Microwave, uncovered, on HIGH for 5 minutes or until the chicken mixture is hot, stirring halfway through the cook time.

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(12.5 ounces <strong>each</strong>) Swanson® Premium White Chunk Chicken Breast in Water, drained

(12.5 ounces each) Swanson® Premium White Chunk Chicken Breast in Water, drained

10-ounce packages Pepperidge Farm® Cracker Trio<em> (you'll also need an edible-ink marker to write on the 6 crackers used as tombstones)</em>

10-ounce packages Pepperidge Farm® Cracker Trio (you'll also need an edible-ink marker to write on the 6 crackers used as tombstones)

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