Low Carb Crock Pot Buffalo Ranch Chicken (with Frank’s Wing Sauce)

4 skinless boneless chicken breast halves

1 bottle of Frank’s buffalo wing sauce
1  package of Hidden Valley dry ranch salad dressing mix
2 tablespoons butter (optional)*

Place all of the ingredients into your slow cooker and cook on low three and a half hours or until cooked thoroughly. You can serve this as is with sides or over lettuce or on low carb bread.  I made this in my small 2.5 quart slow cooker.

The chicken and butter has zero carbs, a serving of the wing sauce has zero carbs and 1 serving (1/2 teaspoon) of the ranch packet is 1 carb.  If you are concerned about the carbs from the ranch packet – you can omit it and just eat it with prepared ranch dressing.

*If you are on a low carb & lower fat diet – you could omit the butter from this recipe.  I have made and enjoyed it both ways. 

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  1. When you say 1 bottle, how big of a bottle are you talking about?


    • Christine says:

      Hi David:

      I think the wing sauce only comes in 1 size. Probably around 16 ounces.


      • how long on high???

        • Christine says:

          Hi Donnie:

          Every crock pot varies in hotness, but I have found in my crock pots (I have many of them) chicken breast usually cooks 3 hours on high. You do not want to over or under cook chicken breast. I find most people overcook chicken breast in the crock pot and then it is rubbery and dry.

  2. Wow! Can this recipe be any more EASY?? Love it. I served it over a mixed bed of spinach and romaine lettuce and added grape tomatoes and bleu cheese crumbles. Drizzled some of the buffalo sauce on top for a little “dressing”. Delish, thanks!

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