I always try to have a decent meal for everyone when they come back from my birthday/winery trip. I try to have something that is ready when they arrive and will be a crowd-pleaser. I’ve made chili, pizzas, BBQ, etc. This year I decided to make my slow cooker jambalaya, a sub sandwich (see the pic below), and this Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken. I can honestly say that I didn’t try any of this, but I know that I heard everyone talking about how good it was, and the hubby said it was one of the best things that I had ever made. Once again, this was one of the easiest recipes ever, and people will think it took a lot of effort to prepare. This would be perfect for a Super Bowl party or a World Series party (Go Cards!!!). Sorry, I don’t have pictures of the chicken on a sandwich, but I got pics of the leftovers…there wasn’t much.
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken
Recipe Adapted from: Allrecipes.com
8 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 bottle of buffalo wing sauce (I used Hooters)
1 package of dry ranch dressing mix
2 tbsp. butter
Pour wing sauce and ranch dressing mix into large, slow-cooker. Mix until combined. Add chicken breasts and stir to coat. Cook on low for 7-8 hours.
Remove chicken from crockpot and shred. Place meat back in crockpot, add butter and stir until chicken is coated and butter is melted.
Serve on buns or with tortilla chips.