A healthy and high protein appetizer perfect for game day! With lean chicken and Greek yogurt, this buffalo chicken dip is loaded with protein. So thick and creamy with a spicy kick from buffalo sauce, nobody will even know this appetizer is healthy!
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Buffalo Chicken Dip
This Buffalo Chicken Dip is AMAZING! Every time I make it and take it to a party, I get tons of compliments! People always ask for the recipe and are so surprised that this delicious, flavor-filled dip is not only super easy but healthy too! I’ll be making it again this Sunday for the Super Bowl… even if my hometown Vikings aren’t playing!
I’ll admit, I’m not really an NFL fan. I love watching college football (go Frogs!!), but I’m not really into watching the pros. BUT I still love Superbowl Sunday, getting together with friends, and of course, the FOOD!
Healthy and High Protein
We have one friend that always makes a delicious tray of fresh fruit, but other than that, most of the food is greasy, loaded with sugar, or has mayonnaise as the primary ingredient. I’m all about balance and enjoying social events through food, but it’s hard to find balance with so many unhealthy food choices and beer.
That’s why this appetizer is the PERFECT addition to any game day or Superbowl Sunday spread! All the buffalo wing flavor from buffalo sauce without the greasy wings. I would totally eat this dip with a spoon (it’s that good), but when served with celery and carrots as the dipping vehicle, you suddenly get a healthy dose of protein and veggies to balance out all the other not-so-healthy choices. Nobody will even miss the high-fat ranch dressing or cheese!
A Versatile Recipe
It’s also delicious over a bed of greens as a salad or on bread as a sandwich. Want to make it into a complete meal? Turn it into a casserole! If you have any leftovers 🙂
Buffalo Chicken Casserole
Layer a casserole dish with roasted and diced sweet potatoes, sauteed spinach or kale, then top with Buffalo Chicken Dip. Bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees until warm and bubbly at the edges. What really takes the casserole over the top is a tiny drizzle of ranch dressing!