Sorry I think Paula Deen stepped in for me there for a minute… but I’m back, I think :)…..
Hubs and I had planned on carving pumpkins with the kiddo, but she stayed with her mom this weekend, so we carved our pumpkins just the 2 of us, and the pooches, on Friday night.
This is only really the second time in my life I’ve ever carved a pumpkin. The one on the left is mine, the other 2 are hubby’s.
My girlfriends (as I call my puppy dogs b/c they’re both girls) “wrestled” with each other pretty much the whole time.
Then our Sunday night dinner consisted of Halloween style appetizers/desserts…. I made Buffalo Chicken Dip that the title says is “Crack”. LOL. I’m not sure where I found the recipe, and trust me, if I figure it out, I’ll give credit, so if it is yours, please by all means lemme know! But I’m kind of thinking I got it from a blog that no longer exists….
Buffalo Chicken Dip (“Crack”)
Ingredients: 2 cans chicken (although you can use a rotisserie chicken), Bleu Cheese Dressing, Ranch Dressing, Bleu Cheese (although you can substitute mozzarella), Cream cheese
Bring the 1 8oz block Cream cheese to room temperature. Then add to it 1/4 cup of Ranch dressing.
1/4 cup Bleu Cheese Dressing. (although if you don’t like Bleu cheese or Ranch, just do 1/2 of the one you do like. I don’t care for Bleu Cheese, but this wasn’t bad, all the other flavors masked the taste to me…)
1/2 cup Bleu Cheese (or Mozzarella. as you can see I went the Mozzarella route).
1/2 Cup wing sauce.
And stir it all together.
Once that has been stirred together, then add your 2 cans of chicken (or rotisserie) and mix that together.
Then preheat your oven to 350 degrees and bake this for 20-25 minutes until it is heated thoroughly.
Serve with crackers, chips, wings, whatever makes you heart sing!
Happy Halloween Y’all! (Wait she’s back… LOL)
- 2 cans chicken (although you can use a rotisserie chicken),
- Bleu Cheese Dressing,
- Ranch Dressing,
- Bleu Cheese (although you can substitute mozzarella),
- Cream cheese