Buffalo Cheese Dip

Whether you like a spicy hot cheese dip for your fries, or you want some to dunk your dino nuggets in, this Buffalo style hot cheese dip is very easy to make.

A secret to spicy or tangy sauces, dips & oils. It will “get” hotter if you let it sit. Once everything is blended together, let it sit on the counter or table undisturbed & it will “get hotter”. I promise.
So if you’re looking for something a little less hot, reduce the amount a recipe calls for, because it will get hotter once it sits.

I wanted to show that you can make this with any package of powdered cheese. Even the big names.

Powdered cheese as desired (3+ Tbsp)
1 1/2 tsp Powdered garlic
Half a stick Butter
15 dashes Franks Hot Sauce (+/-) as desired

Hot sauce blended
Melted butter

Make your Buffalo style wing sauce or dip as you normally would. Melt the butter, add the garlic, stir in the Franks.
This can be hotter or more mild as you like. You can add butter, but it isn’t going to reduce the heat. Use less hot to reduce the heat.
I like about 1 1/2 tsp powdered garlic, stirred into the butter, & about 15 dashes of Franks. Let that sit for about five minutes. I’m sure you have something to do for five minutes. That will give you a good medium high hot.

Start with about one Tablespoon of powdered cheese sprinkled over the top. Stir that in. Keep adding cheese till it’s as thick as you want or like it. You can see it looks like molten lava, it’s just about as hot with 47 dashes of Frank’s.
Stir the cheese in slowly, like you’re making your mac & cheese sauce. This is also how I make my Buffalo mac & cheese chicken.

You don’t need milk, you don’t have to add any water, & you certainly don’t need any more butter. That’s it. Let it set while you air crisp your fries & boneless wing things.


6 thoughts on “Buffalo Cheese Dip

    1. Oh really? Hopefully it’ll help you. I am working on a canned, powdered cheese sauce & may modify or link some of these recipes after that’s finished. Franks, is a well established brand of hot sauce. Of course, widely used for the popular Buffalo Wings.


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