Shredded cajun turkey is placed on a layer of cajun ranch cream cheese and topped with cheddar cheese in this ultimate Cajun Turkey Cheese Dip recipe!
Today’s post is sponsored by my friends at Jennie-O!
It’s the holiday season and with all of the hustle and bustle going on, wouldn’t you like something that makes your life easier? If you said “yes, please!” then follow me, as I introduce you to the easiest turkey you’ll ever roast, the Jennie-O Oven Ready Turkey. Whether you’re looking for a whole turkey, a bone-in turkey breast or a boneless turkey breast, Jennie-O has it in an oven-ready bag. Just pop it right from the freezer to the oven and it will roast up perfectly seasoned, juicy and tender!
In addition to a traditionally seasoned turkey, you can also get a whole turkey or bone-in turkey breast with cajun seasonings and let me tell you, it is DELISH!
I always keep at least one of the cajun turkey breasts in the freezer so that I can bake it up anytime and make it into a couple of quick & easy appetizers or meals.
With lots of holiday entertaining this time of year and Superbowl Sunday right around the corner, I decided to take my favorite cajun turkey and merge it with my favorite Buffalo Chicken Dip to create the most epic party dip of all time!
To create this epic Cajun Turkey Cheese Dip recipe, I combined cream cheese, ranch dressing, cajun seasoning and hot sauce, then spread it in the bottom of a casserole dish. After roasting the Jennie-O Oven Ready Bone-In Cajun Turkey Breast, I shredded the meat off of the bone and layered it on top of the creamy cajun ranch goodness!
I finished the dip off with a layer of cheddar cheese, popped it in the oven for a few minutes, then toasted up a baguette to serve on the side.
This dip really is epic and will have all of your party guests raving about how flavorful it is! You can serve it with a toasted, sliced baguette, chips or veggies for serving.
The roasted turkey breast yields about 6-8 cups of shredded turkey, so you can make two servings of the dip or use the remaining turkey in place of chicken in this Cajun Chicken Pot Pie recipe. That’s what I did and it was seriously life-changing amazing!
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