Low Carb Buffalo Dip
It’s game time! Football is finally back and I know a few people that are pretty excited about getting to watch their favorite sport again. No matter what team you are cheering for this year, you definitely need some perfect game day snacks. Just because football is back doesn’t mean that your keto, low carb diet can go out the window. But all those classic TV-watching party snacks have so many carbs! How can you enjoy the big game and still get to indulge in delicious food while also keeping your keto diet in mind? We can show you how! Let’s start by giving you a low carb way to enjoy keto buffalo chicken dip- a true game-day classic.
Buffalo chicken dip really is something that so many people serve on the day of a big game. If there is football on the TV, there should be buffalo chicken dip on the table. This tradition does not have to change just because you are living the keto life. Our recipe makes an amazing, flavor-packed buffalo chicken dip that no one will ever suspect is a “diet” food. Serve it alongside some homemade keto chips or even piled high on top of a plate of keto nachos, it is amazing! Now, let’s talk about how to make this wonderful dip.
It all starts with shredded rotisserie chicken. We love using rotisserie chicken because it is already fully cooked and super delicious thanks to the slow roasting process. You can find rotisserie chicken in almost every grocery store and they are typically made fresh daily- yum! Just be sure to grab a chicken that is only seasoned and not glazed. A glazed rotisserie chicken may have a sugary, high-carb coating that you want to avoid. So check that label and then grab your chicken!
The shredded chicken, cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, and cheddar cheese are all mixed together in a big bowl. Yes, three kinds of cheese are needed! Each cheese has its own unique flavor and texture that will help this dip taste fantastic. Don’t skip any of them!
The seasonings are then blended into the bowl with the cheesy chicken and finally, the keto wing sauce is poured in as well. Lots of buffalo wing sauces are keto-friendly as they don’t usually have corn syrup or sugar added in. Of course, always check the label! The carb count should be very low. We used Franks RedHot Buffalo sauce for this recipe and the nutritional calculation. It tastes great and is low carb. You can also find it pretty much everywhere. Give Franks a try for this buffalo chicken dip recipe!
We add a little ranch dressing into the mix to give our dip a nice tang. Ranch also has a unique flavor that really powers through the spiciness of the sauce and gives this dip a whole new level of yum. Primal Kitchens makes a great, low carb ranch that is perfect for this recipe.
Now, once everything is mixed together, the dip goes into the oven to brown and get bubbly hot. After that, it is ready to eat! The smell of this dip is sure to drive your guests crazy as it bakes and one bite will have them hooked. None of your friends will ever realize that the chicken buffalo dip they are chowing down on is low carbs- they’ll just think it tastes fantastic!
So whip up a big bowl of our keto chicken buffalo dip, turn on the big game and enjoy! Hurray for fall football! And hurray for easy, amazing keto recipes.
If you enjoyed our low carb buffalo chicken dip, you should also check out this taco dip from Two Sleevers. Even though it is completely different in flavor, it is also a delicious, low carb party food that you might like!
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