Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken

By Christina Collins

Game day buffalo chicken

slow cooker buffalo chicken

I have THE BEST game day recipe you’ll ever need! It is actually unbelievable that this recipe only requires two ingredients. Thats right- I said TWO! Chicken breasts and hot sauce. (Okay, you need water too, but hopefully you have a running faucet and I don’t need to include that as an ingredient.)

Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken is really simple to make. Literally, anyone can do it so you have no excuse not to serve up some home-cooking at your Super Bowl party this weekend. (I’m talking to all you lazy bones out there.)

All you need to do is add boneless chicken breasts to a slow cooker, combine equal parts water and hot sauce (NOT Tabasco or Sriracha) and pour over the chicken until just covered. Turn your crockpot on low for about 6 hours until chicken falls apart easily with a fork. Drain, shred, top with extra hot sauce if desired and serve!

If you want a guaranteed WIN on game day, Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken is it! It does not get any easier than this and you won’t believe the outcome. Seriously.

When I first tested this recipe (many, many years ago), I thought there would be no way boneless, white meat chicken, cooked for hours, wouldn’t be dry and bland. I was wrong- plain and simple. It is juicy, satisfying and without the toppings, fat free. I don’t think it gets better than that.

Feaster Tip

For a party, serve this with potato slider buns, lettuce and blue cheese dressing and let everyone make their own sliders.

Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken

Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken

If you want a guaranteed WIN on game day, Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken is it! It does not get any easier than this and you won’t believe the outcome.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 6 hrs
Course Appetizer, finger food, game day, Main Course, party food
Cuisine American

Ingredients
  

  • 4-6 boneless chicken breasts
  • 1/2 cup Frank’s Red Hot sauce
  • 1/2 cup water
  • Your favorite fixings like rolls, blue cheese & lettuce

Instructions
 

  • Place chicken in bowl of slow cooker. 
  • Combine hot sauce and water in a measuring cup and mix to combine. Pour over and toss with the chicken. 
  • The chicken should be submerged. If you need more continue to add equal parts hot sauce and water until chicken is just covered. 
  • Cover and cook in slow cooker for 4-6 hours on low until the meat easily shreds with a fork. 
  • Drain meat and shred chicken. (if you want it extra spicy, toss with more hot sauce or your favorite wings sauce at this stage. Be sure to add in small qualities and taste. Or serve on the side.)
  • Serve with slider buns, romaine lettuce (cut to size), blue cheese dressing, and whatever other toppings you like! (Cheese and chopped scallions are also great toppings!)

Notes

This recipe is scalable based on your crowd. 4 average sized boneless chicken breasts will make 10-12 sliders based on how much you fill them. 
Keyword buffalo, chicken, crock pot, easy appetizer, sliders
No data was found

Share socially… 

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest

2 thoughts on “Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken”

Leave a Comment

Recipe Rating




More to explore

Grilled Shrimp

Grilled Shrimp

One of my favorite things to grill is shrimp and every single time I make these simple, grilled shrimp I get the same reaction- “WOW! Why are these so good?!”

Read More
Salsa

Homemade Salsa

Sure, it’s easy to buy a jar from the market, but there is nothing quite like making fresh salsa, especially in summer when tomatoes & cilantro are at their peak

Read More
crab cake

Crab Cakes

These crab cakes are loaded with fresh, delicious, crab meat and seasoned to perfection. The are baked, not fried, and can be made several hours in advance.

Read More
slow cooker chicken

Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken

A delicious recipe that checks all the boxes for a busy cook- low carb, low fat, family friendly, versatile, uses 3 affordable ingredients and is super EASY!

Read More
RECIPE FEATURE

 I had the idea to stuff turkey scallopini (fancy name for cutlets pounded very thin) with a buttery stuffing, cranberry sauce and a bit of parmesan cheese, roll, tie, cook and smother with gravy.