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Buffalo Chicken Bites

Buffalo Chicken Bites
It’s football season and I’m ready for some party food! Let’s take a quick time out from baby food posts, shall we? We had friends over this week for Monday Night Football and I immediately knew I had to try these Buffalo Chicken Bites that I had bookmarked. I also knew that if they turned out as good as I thought after reading about them on Stephanie and Melissa’s blogs, then these were going to instantly become a favorite – or should I say a staple – for our football parties. And wouldn’t you know, I was definitely right on this intuition. One of the best things about this appetizer, is you can prepare these in the morning and keep them in the fridge until ready to bake. Stephanie, from Macaroni and Cheesecake, was brilliant for baking them instead of frying, which is the method I went with since they still end up crispy. If you love the taste of buffalo sauce, I recommend adding more of the hot sauce to the recipe. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

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