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Slow Cooker Shredded Buffalo Chicken Sliders

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Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Hip2Save

Looking for an easy and delicious Super Bowl party meal? This tasty slow cooker shredded buffalo chicken is a simple set-it-and-forget-about-it meal that’ll have your crowd cheering for more! 😉 I served up mine with soft mini rolls and bleu cheese coleslaw for additional flavor and crunch.

Slow Cooker Shredded Buffalo Chicken

*Makes around 20 sliders or 7 full size sandwiches
(Adapted from Allrecipes.com)

Ingredients

4 -5 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves (mine were frozen)
1 (12 ounce) bottle buffalo wing sauce, divided
1/2 (1 ounce) package dry ranch salad dressing mix (or try this recipe to make your own mix if desired)
2 tablespoons butter
2 packs of soft rolls like Kings Hawaiian brand rolls

(Optional: Try serving with coleslaw mix and bleu cheese dressing, fresh bleu cheese, or ranch dressing.)

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Directions

Place the chicken breasts into a slow cooker, and pour in 3/4 of the wing sauce and the ranch dressing mix. Cover and cook on low for 6 to 7 hours.

Once the chicken has cooked, drain liquid if any, add the butter, the rest of the buffalo sauce, and shred the meat finely with two forks.

Serve with rolls and coleslaw with blue cheese or ranch dressing if desired.

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Not eating carbs? Try serving lettuce wrap style with large pieces of iceberg lettuce. Either way you decide to serve this chicken, it makes for great football watching food!! Enjoy 🙂

[h2s_box]Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.[/h2s_box]

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Comments 70

  1. Mary @ Tips & Treasures

    These look tasty! I was given a slow cooker as a wedding gift… almost 9 years ago… and have yet to use it. I keep seeing great recipes to use with it and I really need to unbox the thing and try them out! Thanks for the motivation 🙂

  2. Kate

    Love this! Looks super easy and delish! Thanks for sharing, I’m saving this one in bookmarks bc I know hubby will love it.

  3. Kate

    Quick question, did you use raw or pre-cooked chicken breasts?

    • Emily

      Raw. You can do frozen as well.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Yes raw. Thanks!

  4. Emily

    I make this a lot. So easy and yummy! I leave out the butter and it still works fine 🙂

    • Diane

      I was thinking of leaving out the butter. I’m making these tomorrow for Super Bowl and didn’t really want/need the extra calories! LOL! I’m glad you commented about it. Thanks!

      • Nina

        Making this today for the Superbowl 🙂 going to make 2 coleslaws one with blue cheese and other with ranch dressing!! Excited to see how it comes out!!

      • Connie

        Use coconut oil in place of butter, it will add flavor with less calories.

  5. Julie

    Kate, it would be raw chicken. That is WAY to long to cook if it was pre-cooked.

  6. Valerie

    Found my Super Bowl party sliders!! Thanks!!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Great! Enjoy 🙂

  7. maxx

    Thanks, will try out this weekend, Orlando, fl.

  8. jennifer

    I was wondering if maybe there was a way Collin could put all of Lina recipes in a category on the new Hip2save app( or is it there and I just can’t find it yet, lol)? I made the yummy eclair dessert last night and wished I could have has a little quicker way to go right to Lina’s recipes from the app. I know I sound whiny as Collin does so much already. I love the Hip2save app btw and Linas recipes. Yall keep up the good work!!

    • Sandra

      I agree Jennifer! I would love to have all the recipes in one spot on the Hip2save app as well. It would make it just a little bit easier 🙂

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Great idea!! We will definitely see about adding this to the app. Thanks so much for the suggestion. 🙂

      • Connie

        Use coconut oil in place of butter, it will add flavor with less calories.

  9. Katherine

    I need a new slow cooker if anyone knows of a good deal.

    • Erin

      Keep an eye out at your grocery stores, especially if you have a Kroger. Last January, I saw the round stainless steel one that I bought at Target before Christmas at Kroger marked down to $19. I paid only $15 at Target, but it is well worth a bit more despite the lack of bells and whistles. I am using it right now to make a knock-off Chipotle rice bowl dinner.

      • steph

        I agree with the above statement. I bought a very basic crockpot for $15. The crock pot brand. I absolutely love it. Aside my cast iron Dutch oven it is my most used kitchen appliance.

    • Liz

      I got my programmable slow cooker for about $15 as well at Macy’s I think when they have their hot buys or whatever they call their sales they can be really cheap too! lol

  10. maxx

    I can give u one free if u live near Seminole county fl

    • Katherine

      You are sweet but I live in the Boston area.

    • Kidsallgone

      Wow! That was nice 🙂

  11. Heather

    Too funny. I just made similar on Sunday. I used Honey BBQ sauce and no ranch. It fed my family of 3 for 4 meals! It goes well to eat the BBQ chicken on ciabatta rolls.

  12. kay

    Did you post a recipe for chicken and green chilis ? I think it was enchiladas. I know it was on a blog but can’t find it now. Zesta50@aol.com thank you

    • mel

      I think I saw that on Totally Target??

      Was it this one? (copy/paste link in a new window)
      centercutcook.com/green-chicken-chile-enchiladas/

      • Erin

        Totally Target has recipe posts too? I wonder so why coupon/shopping blogs are adding “food features” these days? I would think most people have specific sites where they go for recipe ideas.

        • Kidsallgone

          What the ???!!!?????!!!

  13. maddie

    what kind of wing sauce?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Pictured is Frank’s Wing Sauce. You can use your favorite. We have used wing sauce from the chain Buffalo Wild Wings before 🙂 Thanks!

      • kim

        is wing sauce spicy?

        • J

          It’s spicy. Most ppl use Franks Red Hot. These are really good- make them all the time.

        • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

          Yes 🙂 but I think adding the coleslaw cools it down a little.

    • Lucy

      As a native Buffaloian..always..Franks..:)

      • Dawn

        I’ll drink to that!!! 🙂

  14. maddie

    thanks!! 🙂

    • Melissa

      wow!

    • mel

      I throw mine in my kitchen aid after I saw it at a cooking demo a few years ago!

    • Wendy

      Amazing! Thank you! I use freshly cooked chicken breasts for the hot wing dip I make. This will knock off so much time! I could kiss you! 🙂

  15. April

    Thank you so much for the alternative recipe for the packet of ranch dressing. Food issues for my son make it all but impossible for us to buy prepackaged items. Cannot wait to try it 🙂

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      You are welcome 🙂

    • Lindsay

      Yes. I would like to make my own ranch. The recipe calls for dried buttermilk, I saw in the comments somewhere they have it at Walmart. In what section would I be able to find it in??? Help

      • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

        There is a King Arthur flour brand and that’s in my baking aisle or with the cereals. Good luck!!

      • Crystal

        I’ve seen it in with the canned milks and in the flour section next to the yeast packets at different walmarts.

    • Big pip

      Do i just sprinkle the ranch dressing mix or do i have to make it ?

      • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

        Just sprinkle for flavor. Thanks – Lina

  16. Shae

    I should have NOT looked at that picture before eating lunch. My stomach is growling big time. The recipe looks amazing, Lina!

  17. 78Brownie

    Pinned! You had me at the letter S 😉

  18. Lara

    Looks amazing! Is that your own coleslaw recipe? I would love to have if you’re willing to share! 🙂

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Hi Lara, no I just used the mix and added blue cheese dressing and fresh bleu cheese 🙂 simple since it just went on top of the buffalo chicken. Thanks!!

  19. melissa

    Made this for dinner last night. It was a huge hit with the kids. Thanks.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Oh great thanks for sharing!

  20. A

    Anyone know how long this should cook for non-frozen chicken?

  21. jaydan

    how would i cook this if i dont have a crockpot??

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      I would just put it in the oven at a low temp (325?) and slow cook in there in a covered pan or oven safe pot. It would probably take only a couple hours and you’d need to keep an eye on it. You’ll know it’s done when it shreds easily 🙂 Thanks!

  22. jaydan

    ok thanks Lina:)

  23. Courtney

    Ok so I am cooking this right as we speak. After draining the liquid do I throw a stick of butter in the crockpot before the chicken is back in there? And do I stir? Thank you

  24. Stephanie

    Can you cook on high for half the time? I have a potluck at work but only have 3 hours to do this not 6

  25. Tarryn

    If the chicken is thawed, how long should it go in crock pot? Still 6-7 hours?

  26. Danielle

    I featured one of your images in my blog post about game day food. If you would like me to take it down please let me know. Check it out at whirlwhim.com.

  27. Tara

    I just made this tonight and it was a hit for dinner. I grew across the border from Buffalo, so I wholeheartedly agree about Franks being the only one to use. I live in AZ so it’s nice to have a hot meal without turning on the oven or bbq-ing.

    • Tara

      **..grew up across….

  28. Robin

    This is so good! And very easy!! Thanks for the great recipe!

  29. Kayla

    Can this be mixed up and frozen to make at a later time?

  30. Sharee

    Made this for the superbowl. Every time we have a potluck, I’m asked to bring it!!!! Everyone LOVE this!!!!

    • jessica

      How many chicken breasts do you use for the pot luck? There will be about 30 people.

  31. Yamilka

    Can I cook on high for 3 hours?

  32. Lali

    Why did mine come out so salty?

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