This Zero Point Weight Watchers Buffalo Chicken Dip is only 3 ingredients and is an easy to make appetizer. Make this healthy-version of one of your favorite dips today.
Zero Point Weight Watchers Buffalo Chicken Dip
Because sometimes you just want Buffalo Chicken Dip without all the extra calories and fat. Well, I’m gonna be honest…sometimes buffalo chicken dip is 100% worth the extra calories. But then there are times that I want a good snack that I can also feel good about. A snack that is loaded with flavor, protein and is simply delicious. A snack that you can munch on, feel satisfied, and enjoy.
And this WW Buffalo Chicken Dip is it.
Even if you don’t follow Weight Watchers or aren’t interested in losing any weight at this time, I’m sure you would still enjoy a good-for-you snack. Eating healthy isn’t a diet, it’s a lifestyle.
This healthy Buffalo Chicken Dip only has three ingredients:
Canned chicken (or shredded chicken or rotisserie chicken) – Zero Weight Watchers Points
Non Fat plain Greek yogurt – Zero Weight Watchers Points
Franks RedHot Ranch Dip Seasoning Mix – Zero Weight Watchers Points
My sister-in-law and I stumbled upon this deliciously easy creation a few months ago. We knew that chicken was zero points, as well as adding in hot sauce and ranch seasoning, but then we saw Franks RedHot Ranch Dip Seasoning Mix in the store and we were hooked. I am on the WW Blue Plan and my sis-in-law is on the WW Purple Plan and for us both, it is ZERO WW Points. I am not 100% positive that it will be the same on the Green Plan, if you are on the Weight Watchers Green Plan, please feel free to confirm or deny that this is 0 points for you too 🙂
Using the seasoning mix makes making this easy low fat buffalo chicken dip even easier! Plus, I think it tastes better than trying to figure out the perfect hot sauce to ranch seasoning ratio.
I don’t use a lot of the non fat Greek yogurt, because yes, it has a distinct flavor that not everyone enjoys. So, what I do is prepare the chicken, add in a few tablespoons of the yogurt, then mix in the seasoning. I will taste it along the way to make sure I’m happy with the flavors, so if you find you need to adjust it to your liking, go right ahead!
As you can see, I served mine up in a platter surrounded by healthy options for dipping (celery, cucumbers, carrots, Good Thins, and mini pretzels are my favorites), baked chicken wings and some sauteed shrimp. All of which are healthy options for a game day spread or just a day where appetizers are what’s for dinner. You can also toss out a bowl of your favorite tortilla chips, because well, buffalo chicken dip is always good with tortilla chips.
If you end up with ant leftovers, or maybe you looked in the pantry and/or refrigerator and you are of things to dip in your WW Buffalo Chicken Dip, it’s also delicious in wraps (look for the low-carb options in your favorite store to save on some points…and carbs), on a salad, as well as a quesadilla! I made a quesadilla last week with it and it was delicious, added in a little Laughing Cow Spicy Pepper Jack Cheese, and YUM.
Now, here is my healthy Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe. Be sure to Print It and Pin It so that you can make it again and again.
- 25 oz canned white meat chicken in water 2 12.5 oz cans. You can use shredded chicken breasts or rotisserie chicken if preferred.
- 3/4 package Franks RedHot Ranch Seasoning Packet add a little at a time and adjust to your taste
- 4 tbsp non fat plain Greek yogurt more or less to your liking
- Drain chicken and add to a serving bowl or small bowl.
- Sprinkle on approximately 1/2 of the seasoning packet - it is spicy!
- Add in 3 tablespoons of the nonfat Greek yogurt and mix well.
- Add more Franks RedHot and/or Greek yogurt if desired.
- Refrigerate until ready for use.
- Serve with fresh vegetables and your other favorite products for dipping.
I hope you enjoy this Weight Watchers Buffalo Chicken Dip as much as I do!
I joined Weight Watchers over 6 months ago. I started with the idea that it wouldn’t work, as I have been the same weight (with the exception of pregnancies) for about 16 years. But, as I slowly started to reach my mid-40s I noticed that my weight was settling right in my mid-section. I looked in the mirror sideways one day while getting dressed and decided that I could pass for pregnant again! Frustrated, but willing to try something, I joined Weight Watchers.
I am happy to say that I lost the 5 lbs I wanted to, plus another 15. And I couldn’t be happier or more confident in myself now. If you have questions about Weight Watchers, don’t hesitate to email me or message me, I am happy to help in anyway I can. In fact, chatting about it and sharing my favorite recipes is something I get super excited about.
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