Buffalo Chicken Shepherd’s Pie

Take a traditional shepherd’s pie and completely transform it into something new and way more delicious by replacing the meat and gravy filling with spicy Buffalo chicken, then topping it with mashed sweet potatoes and blue cheese. I guarantee you’ll have a crowd-pleaser with this Buffalo Chicken Shepherd’s Pie.

Buffalo Chicken Shepherd’s Pie

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  1. says

    I’m guessing you are right about the Irish not using Frank’s Hot Sauce but in my humble opinion, most dishes can be improved with some chili peppers or hot sauce. I love the spicy flavors you’ve got going on here, Brianne, especially with the sweet potatoes. Lovely variation on an old favorite of mine!

  2. says

    Oh, wow. This looks AMAZING. My daughter is so spice sensitive that she won’t eat buffalo anything… so I’m putting this at the top of the list of things to make when she won’t be home. I must have it now!

    • says

      Haha, funny you are meal planning for when your daughter won’t be home. You can always just put in a little hot sauce (or none, I suppose), then add some to individual servings.

  3. says

    Brianne, I love this unique take on Sheperd’s Pie – my hubby would love this! Thanks so much for sharing at Best of the Weekend and pinning to our party board. Hope you have a happy Sunday and a wonderful week!

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