I really, really hope my aunt doesn’t mind if I share this recipe. (She totally gets the credit for it.) I also really, really hope that I haven’t posted it before. I thought I had, but I found this in my drafts folder, and well, I can’t find it on my actual blog anywhere…so here’s wishing that I had posted this BEFORE the Super Bowl!
It’s just too good not to share!
One of the best parts is that she told me it actually tastes better when you use the generic brands of the various ingredients. The other great part: you can use all fat free ingredients, and you won’t know. I’m not a huge fat free fan, but that’s a handy thing to know when you are serving to family or friends that are weight conscious…never mind that you serve it with chips!
8 oz cream cheese, softened
1 cup ranch dressing (the stuff in a bottle, not the powder that you use to make dressing)
1/4 cup hot sauce (use more or less to your liking)
some chicken (maybe 2 cups?)
cheese (enough to sprinkle on the top; I used cheddar, but I’ll bet Monterrey Jack would be yummy too!)
Combine the cream cheese, ranch dressing, and hot sauce. (I use my hand mixer, but I am sure you could get away with just mixing it all by hand.) Spread mixture into a 9×13 pan. Sprinkle cheese on top. Bake in 350 oven until warm and melty!
Serve with tortilla chips.
Easy and yummy!