About Brandie @ The Country Cook

I’m a regular home cook, like most of you, doing my best to get a good meal on the table for my family. I like to say the recipes on here are recipes for the busy cook (you know who you are). You can still get a good meal on the table, with a few shortcuts to help you along the way. I hope you’ll find lots of recipes here that you’ll love and hopefully will become family favorites. Read more...

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  1. Debbie says

    These look good. I know you said they are not that spicy but in my book it's hard to be too spicy!!!! Love spicy food…..

  2. Alison P. says

    I make buffalo chicken slidders but I use butter with the Frank's to cut the hot sauce. Plus I melt crumbled blue cheese it because we love the blue cheese!! They look yummy and I have never made them in the crock pot so I just might have to try with some frozen chicken tenders that I have 🙂 Thanks for the great recipe!!

  3. Kari Lindsay says

    These little fellas are the perfect party food. While these look delectable, I especially love that you added celery into the sandwich for some crispy texture!

  4. Kelly Glascock says

    Brandie…I took your Buffalo Chicken Slider recipe to another level:
    I followed the recipe and cooked the chicken in the the hot sauce and shredded it then I threw in:
    1 can cream of chicken soup
    3/4 cup milk
    1 packet of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing (the dry mix)
    4oz. of cubed velveeta
    16oz cooked wide egg noodles
    It was spicy delish!!!!
    Had to share.

  5. karyn says

    My boyfriend and I made these this weekend. We never took the chicken out of the crock pot, we just shredded it right in there and also left all the juice. We served it on buttermilk biscuits. One on biscuit, we put the chicken and lots of honey (the sweet & sour combo is one we learned from a Brookly restaurant called Pies & Thighs). On the other biscuit (we each ate two), we served it with blue cheese coleslaw, which was just a bag of cut up cabbage and carrots that we tossed in blue cheese dressing. Both were yummy and we each decided we didn't have a favorite of the two, we loved them both! Thanks so much for this great and VERY EASY recipe!

  6. Anonymous says

    Such great flavor for so little effort I was delicious! I shredded the chicken in the crock pot and served on dinner rolls with a little honey as Karyn suggested, mixed bag cole slaw with blue cheese and some corn and it was amazing. Thank you for the delicious recipe!

  7. bunny says

    made it loved it! not at all too spicy, i added more franks from the bottle(i had a bigger bottle of the buffalo sauce) to my slider to give it more kick. i also broiled some buns lightly, minus the coleslaw, but plus some part skim mozza. mmmmmm soo good!

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