How to make a tasty vegetarian wing dip
This is what the finished product looks like if you choose to make one side extra spicy.
- 10 minutes to prepare
- 20-30 minutes to cook
- 9X13 (or similar size) cake pan
Ingredients for 2-4 People
- 1 bag of low fat (2% milk) colby jack cheese
- 1 8oz package of fat free cream cheese
- 1 box of MorningStar Chick’n Buffalo Wings
- Frank’s RedHot Buffalo wing sauce
- Frank’s RedHot original hot sauce
- Low-fat ranch dressing
- Low-fat bleu cheese dressing (optional)
- 1 bag of Tostitos Scoops (or your preferred dipping chip)
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees
- Cook the entire package of MorningStar Buffalo wings in the microwave per the instructions on the box
- Put 1/4 cup ranch, 1/2 cup blue cheese, 1 cup Frank’s RedHot Buffalo wing sauce, 1 cup colby jack cheese, 8oz fat free cream cheese, and the entire package (cooked) MorningStar Buffalo wings into the blender
- Blend to desired thickness (I like to keep it chunky for a more realistic “chicken” texture
Blend until your dip looks like this, still chunky but nothing too big to fit on a chip!
- Optional: Add a couple drops of Frank’s RedHot original hot sauce (depending on how spicy you like it)
- Blend again for a few seconds to mix in the hot sauce, then pour your dip into the cake pan
- Spread the dip out until it’s about 1/2″ thick across the pan (covering the whole pan is recommended but not necessary)
Wing dip before it goes into the oven.
- Sprinkle a handful of colby jack cheese across the top
- If you like it spicy… add a few dots of Frank’s RedHot original hot sauce. (Tip: Add hot sauce to half for the people who love things spicy and leave the other half for everyone else)
- Cook for 20-25 minutes or until the cheese on top is fully melted (just like a frozen pizza)
This Vegetarian Chicken Wing Dip Recipe was Born in Buffalo NY!
A little history… I am a vegetarian living in Buffalo New York, the chicken wing capital of the world. Before I became a vegetarian, chicken wings were my favorite food. I only discovered chicken wing dip shortly before I chose to go meat-free. After some trial and error, I believe I have perfected the vegetarian’s version of Buffalo chicken wing dip.