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Friday, January 2, 2015

Hot Sausage Buffalo Dip {Football Friday}

Hot Sausage Buffalo Dip

Now that the holidays are over we can get back to focusing on football. The first playoff games in college football were played yesterday. There is one more game to determine the champion. The NFL is getting ready for the playoffs. There is still a lot of tailgating to be done!

If you are like me, you probably overindulged during the holidays. I am looking for simple swaps to help keep me on track in the new year. I know I can't make drastic changes to our diet and stay focused. I have to be somewhat sneaky. ;)

I made a few swaps for this dip, and I really couldn't tell a difference. I swapped the regular cream cheese for Greek cream cheese. I used some reduced-fat cheese, and turkey sausage instead of regular sausage. If you aren't sure about the swaps, you can always use the regular products. But honestly, we really couldn't tell a difference.

We loved this dip. We also loved that it was a bit healthier for us. Yay! for Little Victories! A word of warning about this dip. It does have a kick from the wing sauce. Make sure to adjust the amount to your personal preference. We like it spicy, so we went all-in!

Hot Sausage Buffalo Dip

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Hot Sausage Buffalo Dip 
serves 8
(Printable Recipe)

  • 1 lb turkey sausage or regular sausage, cooked and crumbled
  • 1 (8oz) package Greek cream cheese or regular cream cheese, softened
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup buffalo wing sauce
  • 1/4 cup prepared ranch dressing
  • 1/4 cup sour cream
  • 1 1/2 cup reduced-fat cheddar cheese, shredded
  • 1 green onion, chopped

Preheat oven to 350.

In a mixing bowl combine sausage, cream cheese, sour cream, ranch dressing, wings sauce, and 1 cup of cheddar cheese. Pour mixture into a lightly greased 8x8 baking dish. Top the dip with chopped green onion and remaining 1/2 cup cheese.

Bake for 25-30 minutes or until bubbly.



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54 comments:

  1. This dip sounds so delicious, gotta give it a try!

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  2. Yum! I've never seen Greek cream cheese?

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  3. My little victory for today is that I got to sleep in and am feeling rejuvenated and productive!

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  4. Great looking dip Steph. Tailgating has been a sad affair for us SEC fans the past few days.

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  5. My little victory for today is that I know what I'll be making for dinner tonight. (And trust me- that's actually a HUGE victory here lately!) And FOR ONCE, my Razorbacks did what most others in the SEC West couldn't do this year- won a bowl game! WPS! ;-)

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  6. My little victory for today is packing my lunch. Starting the new year off right by not eating out and hopefully I will stick to it! I packed leftovers of the Black Eyed Pea and Smoked Sausage Soup! Can't wait for lunch.

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  7. This dip looks great I love substituting reduced fat items in dishes.

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  8. My victory is starting the day with a green smoothie (despite the fact that it is cold outside).

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  9. Thanks for a healthier dip and the give away!

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  10. Dip looks great and awesome giveaway!

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  11. Would low-fat cream cheese work in place of the Greek cream cheese? I've never seen that. This looks yummy.

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  12. My little victory today is that after working all night I am making pies to take to a family reunion tomorrow. chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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  13. Got to try this dip for Sunday. GO COWBOYS!!!

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  14. I've tried the low fat versions and you really can't tell a difference. Thanks for the recipe!

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  15. I really need some Little Victories in my diet:)

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  16. My little victory for today....I've been up since 4:30 with my toddler and still managed to get to work on time. Now if I can only get rid of this stuffy nose and cough......

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  17. I love "buffalo" flavored dishes!

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  18. This dip looks YUM! Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Today I slept in and met a girlfriend for a 5.5 mile walk. Victory!

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  20. It's a little victory but I'm getting all my Christmas decorations put away today FINALLY.

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  21. My little victory is staying positive today! Thank you...

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  22. Small victory: kitchen and bathroom cleaned. Recipe looks great.

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  23. My small victory today: NOT sitting on the couch all day watching the Walking Dead Marathon like I wanted to! :-)

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  24. My little victory today was making a batch of flu tonic that I've had pinned for weeks. I'm determined not to catch this nasty flu going around.

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  25. I sat down and made a chart for the "spring" cleaning I'm going to tackle during my week off of work next week!

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  26. Have had the flu, so just getting up and dressed and moving around has been a big victory for me.

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  27. This dip sounds amazing and I will definitely look for Greek cream cheese!

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  28. My victory today was cooking an easy taco soup for dinner!

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  29. I have not seen greek cream cheese

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  30. I LOVE dips but usually HATE "healthy food". This looks like it could be the best of both worlds! Im so excited to try it!

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  31. Victory today is hubby's gonna cook dinner!

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  32. looks yummy! victory is the hubs is shampooing carpets!!

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  33. This dip looks and sounds amazing. I am going to try replacing the sausage with diced Rotisserie chicken (don't eat sausage) and see how it goes - should be awesome ! Thank you for sharing this recipe !

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  34. I plan on making this tomorrow for Sunday afternoon football! Thank you for the yummy (and healthy) recipe!

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  35. My little victory today was finally getting a lot of paper work put away that has been piling up ever since I had a terrible kidney stone problem in November. YAY

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  36. My little victory today is that I logged all my food intake. Despite being over my goal, I made better decisions and holding myself accountable. :)

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  37. This dip looks really good

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  38. Love the idea of adding buffalo flavor to a sausage dip. Pinned!

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  39. My victory for today is I'm up and at it early, started laundry and have dinner in the crockpot.

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  40. Made it back home safely today after the snow and ice on the roads!

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  41. i made a big breakfast for the whole family today

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  42. My little victory for today was when I got all 4 of my little ones to take a nap at the same time which means I get to take a shower while the sun is up. Victory dance!

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  43. My little victory for today is accepting my body the way it is right now and not feeling bad about myself anymore.

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  44. My victory was making a grocery list and sticking to it!

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  45. My little victory was to make meals for a week out of food we already had in the house instead of wasting it.

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  46. My victory today is feeling well rested after a good night's sleep.

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  47. My victory today was packing my lunch for the 4th day in a row this week!

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  48. Thinking church potluck/social...anyone try this in a crock pot?

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