Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken

If you love buffalo wings then you will go crazy for this slow cooker buffalo chicken recipe.

One of my friends was telling me about a crockpot buffalo chicken recipe she makes into sandwiches. I love using my slow cooker. I admit I am a bit of a snob about what I cook in it. Since the hubs and I love chicken wings I thought this slow cooker buffalo chicken had to be a winner and boy was it! It’s has become one of our favorite quick crockpot meals! 

Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Recipe is quick and easy and if you like chicken wings you are going to LOVE THIS!

I took out my crockpot and put in one of my favorite Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners . If you hate cleaning your crockpot then you must try these. They are awesome! I knew this crockpot buffalo chicken had to be messy. If you have ever eaten chicken wings you can figure this out! It is one of those that drips down your chin and you just don’t care! It was spicy, but not too much. The blue cheese and cream cheese add that creamy dressing feel and I swear you won’t be able to eat just one!

 Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Recipe is quick and easy and if you like Chicken wings you are going to LOVE THIS! 

Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken
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Recipe type: Slow Cooker
Serves: 6
  • 4-6 frozen chicken breasts
  • 1 bottle 16 oz Moores Buffalo Wing Sauce,
  • 1 packet of Hidden Valley Ranch Buttermilk Dressing Mix.
  • Buns or Hoagie rolls of your choice
  • Red Onion
  • Cream Cheese
  • Blue Cheese
  1. Place chicken in the bottom of the crockpot
  2. Pour the Wing Sauce over chicken.
  3. Sprinkle the ranch dressing mix over the top
  4. Cover and let set slow cook on low for 6 hours
  5. Remove chicken from slow cooker and shred it with 2 forks or with your stand mixer.
  6. Put shredded chicken back in crock pot and drop in 2 tablespoons of butter
  7. Cook for another 30 minutes to an hour.
  8. Mix together 3 tablespoons cream cheese and 5 tablespoons blue cheese crumbles.
  9. Spread mixture on a hoagie roll and put red onion slices on.
  10. Spoon chicken mixture on and serve.


If you liked this recipe see how I used the leftovers to make buffalo chicken quesadillas.  


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  1. Rachel Willis says:

    I could seriously eat this 2-3 times a week, especially during football season. With a beer of course!

  2. Alderberry Hill says:

    Aren't crock pots great…looks delish!

  3. Angela Paris says:

    Girl, your recipes ROCK! Thanks for workin' the crockpot link party & giveaway with me! :)

  4. Sherry of Pondered P says:

    Crock Pots, what a sweet invention! I couldn't live without mine and I just love finding new tasty recipes to try in it. Thanks!

  5. Organized Island says:

    Yum! This looks great! Found you on the Tumbleweed Contessa's Super Bowl Party!

  6. Carole says:

    Love this one, too. You have been busy linking up!

  7. Laura Cyra says:

    Mmmm…I've been scared to try this one out but after seeing this I think I'll put it on my list for this weekend :).

  8. Countrymommacooks says:

    I'm featuring this post and your blog  at tonights Link & Greet party @CountryMommaCooks.  I grabbed a button to place in my side bar for the week…..I noticed that there is a "/> hanging outside your button….I took it out of the code on my end…Hope you have a wonderful Mothers Day!

  9. Karen says:

    This looks so good!  I am pinning it.  Thank you for sharing.  

  10. Heather Kinnaird says:

    this looks so delicious – will definitely try this soon

  11. Rustown Mom says:

    Look so darn good. I did some chicken like this recently, but didn't add the bleu cheese and red onion. But I sure next time!

  12. Kelley @ Miss Information says:

    Thanks, I hope you enjoy it, let me know what you think!

  13. Tausha says:

    I have been looking for more crock pot recipes that use chicken. This looks delish and anything with buffalo sauce, my husband will love! Thanks for posting. Exciting to put in my crock pot tomorrow. Happy

    • Kelley @ Miss Inform says:

      Thanks, I hope you enjoy it, let me know what you think!

  14. Randi~Dukes and Duchesses says:

    That sounds so delicious! I’m pinning it.

  15. Randi~Dukes and Duch says:

    That sounds so delicious! I'm pinning it.

  16. micki @ ADD housewife says:

    YUM! I pinned this. looks awesome.

  17. micki @ ADD housewif says:

    YUM! I pinned this. looks awesome.

  18. tousled day says:

    6 hours?!?! I have never heard about anything like this, but it looks so delicious :)

  19. Jenn says:

    Buffalo Chicken sandwiches are one of my favorites lately. This version sounds yummy!

  20. cathy@my1929charmer says:

    This looks so good. Love buffalo chicken wings but don't eat very often since it's so high in calories. I'll use lower calorie Ranch dressing and don't think it will hurt the flavor too much. thanks for sharing, looks so good. Haven't seen you in a while, and yy fingers are crossed that you'll back and share at Sunday's Best Party tonight. Miss ya!


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