I love dip. Period. The End. I like any kind of dip, hot dip, cold dip, cheesy dip, dips with vegetables, dip with crackers, chips and dip. You name it I love. I don’t think I ever have come across a dip that I didn’t like. When I go to parties you will pretty much see me parked next to the food just dipping away. I mean it’s the perfect vehicle to get delicious, flavorful food into your mouth. My first dip experience involves the french onion soup dip that you make when you mix the dried onion soup mix together with sour cream and viola you have a delectable little treat to share. Things in the dip arena have definitely changed since then. I can’t believe what you can find out there.
Now let’s talk about the dip. This dip is the most amazing, flavorful, ADDICTING thing you will come in contact with. (well, I guess besides crack) And I mean that. You can’t just have one little scoop and continue on your way. This dip will have you coming back for more and more and well, more. I don’t know where I found the recipe, but I have been making this for quite and while and let me tell you two things: I have never met someone who didn’t love this dip and there was never any to take home and the end of a party.
I have made this for countless occasions. Superbowls, baby showers, christmas, pot lucks, etc. The response I always get is that this is the best thing ever and can they get the recipe. I know this really isn’t the most appropiate thing to post on a random Monday night but welp, I’ve been sitting on it for awhile and just couldn’t wait one more day to share this will the interweb.
So go on people, get your asses out there and make this euphoria-inducing dip. Once you make this, you’ll never look back. You’ll now have at your fingertips a go to recipe to make and take for any occasion. Serve this little pot of wonderfulness with crackers, chips, tortilla chips, celery, carrots, or whatever your little heart desires!
- 2 (12.5 oz) cans premium chunk chicken breast
- 2 blocks cream cheese
- ¾ cup hot pepper sauce (such as Frank's Red Hot)
- 1 cup ranch dressing
- 2 cups shredded cheese (I used cheddar)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl mix all ingredients together very well. Put in a baking dish and bake for about 30 minutes or until it's hot and bubbly.
- Serve with crackers, crudites or tortilla chips.