Crock Pot Buffalo BBQ Chicken Sliders with Ranch Slaw

There are many versions of Buffalo Chicken Sliders on the internet. My version is made in the crock pot using bone-in chicken breasts, Sweet Baby Ray’s Buffalo Wing Sauce and Honey Barbecue Sauce. I add the barbecue sauce because when I make wings my kids like a mix of buffalo and barbecue, instead of the heat of straight buffalo.


My recipe is a little sweet with just the right amount of heat. If you want to spice it up, just splash more hot sauce on your individual sliders. This recipe would be perfect for a cold Saturday watching March Madness basketball with friends. The ranch slaw adds a nice tang to the slider. Easy to make and kid friendly.

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Bacon Cheeseburger Bombs

These look awesome. Can’t wait to give them a try.

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Oh my, these Bacon Cheeseburger Bombs were such a hit that I wasn’t even able to snap a good picture of them because they were gone in minutes! I made these at my families Super Bowl party this past weekend, GO PATS!!! They are really easy and simple to make. They are a little time-consuming because are there a few steps, but all of the steps are totally worth it. These were perfect for the Super Bowl party and are perfect for any party you go to as well! They are also great for kids too! And another thing! You can put anything in these! I started for run out of hamburger and my mom actually made pulled buffalo chicken, so we switched to that and made Buffalo Chicken Bombs! P.s So happy to be a Patriots fan on this night!!!

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What you will need:
  • Pillsbury Grands Buttermilk…

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Homemade Sliders

Homemade Sliders

Here is a great simple appetizer for tomorrow’s big game. Sliders are tiny steamed hamburgers usually served with onions, pickles and cheese.

In the Cincinnati area White Castle is the place to get slider hamburgers. For you southerners it’s Krystal’s. They are a beloved late night snack also known as gut busters or belly bombs.

I have made this recipe many times. Last night we had happy hour with our neighbors who had been craving my sliders. So I made a batch.

These are always a hit and I believe much better than the original. Probably a little healthier too.

Please check out my other appetizer recipes.

Total time: 35 minutes
Yields: 24 servings

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