Recipe by Greg Amirault
"A true Buffalo chicken wing soup done with a slow cooker."
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3 (10.75 ounce) cans
condensed cream of chicken soup
shredded cooked chicken breast
hot pepper sauce, or to taste
celery stalks, diced
potatoes, peeled and cubed
crumbled blue cheese
Easy to make, let cook all afternoon. Even my 3 year old son loved it (added extra sour cream to his to cool it off a bit). Didn't add the blue cheese to the pot, but kept it on the side for those who wanted some. Can't wait to have some at the ski lodge this winter!
I would've loved this soup but mine curdled! I only had 1 can of cream of chicken so I am not sure if that was the reason why we couldn't eat it! I was sad because it tasted pretty good. Might try again
My whole family asked me to definitely make this soup again and again. My son, who is big on hot wings, but not a soup person, had several helpings. I used KEN'S Steak House Marinade & Sauce "Buffalo Wing sauce" instead of the hot pepper sauce. Really good chicken wing flavor soup!!
Very easy and it makes a huge quantity.I omitted the carrots and potatoes after my first try. In a pinch using rotisserie chickens from the grocery store makes it not only delicious but even faster to make. This is a new family favorite!
Excellent soup! Here is what I did different, no half & half and less cream of chicken soup, turned out fabulous! I sliced celery, carrot, onion, garlic, and potato in the food processor, then sautéed veggies in butter. I used one can of cream of chicken soup with five additional cans of water. I then poured two cups of leftover Frank's Red Hot chicken wing sauce and added four chicken bouillon cubes into the crockpot. Lastly, I added one large raw chicken breast, spices, and the sautéed veggie mix to the crockpot and cooked it on high for a total of four hours. The chicken breast was cooked within two hours and I pulled it out and shredded the meat with a fork and then placed it back into the crockpot. I served the soup with a dollop of sour cream, shredded mozzarella cheese and chives fresh from the garden. Can’t wait to make this soup again during the cold winter months, best soup I’ve made this year!
I took this to a soup social and everyone LOVED it! It was one of the first ones to go! I did add an envelope of ranch to the pot just to add a little more flavor. Thank you so much! I will make this over and over!
I used fat free half and half and low fat cream of chicken soup, I also added more hot sauce(we like it spicy!). I spinkled the blue cheese on each individual bowl instead of mixing it in (everyone likes different amounts)....Loved it! Will be making it again!
I tossed everything in the crock pot Super Bowl Sunday am (super easy; especially since I used rotisserie chicken, per a previous reviewer, for the meat), sans celery because I hate celery. I also couldn't resist adding some minced garlic and a little shaker parm, as our very wings are garlic parm. It cooked on low all day while we were out and we arrived home to the smell of wings. While we both enjoyed it, we also agreed it wasn't something we'd really want/make again, hence the 4 stars. If you're a fan of wings, it's def worth givinig a try. Mr. LTH can be a big sissy when it comes to hot and he had no issues w/this. (Photo to follow as soon as I can get it to upload...)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Wing Soup
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 397
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