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Pin-Food Inspired

I have found so many yummy things I want to eat on Pinterest. My food board runneth over!

We love Sunday football and football food. Wings are a favorite of ours. I am not a particular fan of the mess involved in eating wings, so when I saw this sandwich on Pinterest, I knew I would be trying it soon. I just had no idea how soon.

We are playing two ball games today. One at ten and one at six. By the time the first one ended, NFL football was kicking off for day. So, heading out for wings and football was out, we would never get a table. Home we came. Luckily I had all the ingredients on hand.

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Source: Grilled Cheese

The Grilled Buffalo Chicken sandwich is super easy to make and oh so yummy!! I have a house full of hungry teenage baseball players and they inhaled these sandwiches.

Bread, I used some thick cut white bread. 
1 T blue cheese salad dressing
3 T cream cheese
2 T blue cheese crumbles
1 T shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 cup cooked chicken
1 1/2 T hot sauce/winger sauce (I bought a bottle of Frank's Hot Sauce, but one of the boys dropped the bag of groceries and broke the bottle before we even made it inside the house. So, I used a store brand.)

Mix the salad dressing and cheeses together. Stir well.
Mix the chicken and hot sauce in a separate bowl. Stir well.
Butter the one side of the bread and put the butter side down on your grill pan.
On the non-buttered side of the bread, spread the cheese mixture on. Repeat to the other slice of bread. 
Add the chicken. Put the two slices of bread on top of each other and grill. 

Serve with carrots and celery.

Just like eating Buffalo wings, with way less mess!


  1. Oh my gosh, these sound amazing. My husband is a freak for wings. :) I'm definitely making this when he gets home from India next week. Thanks for sharing!!!

  2. This looks so yummy! I have made a few things that I have pinned from Pinterest too. Isn't it a great resource?!

    I have posted about a few of my favourite pins on my blog and if you have 5 Minutes to spare please pop by! I would be honoured if you could also link up your post to my Pinning and Singing Linky Party as this post is just fabulous! I have also created a Pinning Bloggers Master List at my blog that you might be interested in joining.

    Best wishes and happy pinning!
    Natasha @ 5 Minutes Just for Me


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