Weeknight meals don’t need to be labor intensive or boring. And, game day food doesn’t have to be spent standing over the grill! My Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Potato Skins will be perfect for week night dinners or for competitive game days. Using a slow cooker makes much of this meal hands off, but you won’t sacrifice any flavor.
I’m a goal oriented person. Like, I don’t wait until January 1st to set goals for myself. It’s part of my type A personality, I suppose. One of my goals this year is to clean, I mean really clean, one room of our house each week. Organize our files, go through the boys toys, and generally de-clutter is my goal. I once was a fanatic about cleanliness…then I started blogging.
I’m not even kidding. Blogging takes, like, 9,000 hours a week.
On my list for today is to clean Ryder’s room. He’s a hoarder. No joke. It’ll be a big job…
On second thought…
I think I’ll make Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Potato Skins instead of cleaning.
Cleaning can wait (again) because you definitely need this recipe! I’m unselfish like that!
Obviously, you can eat this spicy chicken by itself. It would be great on Buffalo Chicken Sandwiches, topping a green salad, or on a Buffalo Chicken Pizza. At restaurants, potato skins are typically fried then topped. I did not fry my potato skins. To keep the fat and calories down, I simply baked the potatoes, scooped out some of the inside and filled with Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken, blue cheese, bacon and green onion slivers.
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