Friday, April 6, 2007

Please enjoy a bit of Easy Chicken Pot Pie

My little addition to the potluck today is a very easy recipe
that many of you may already know about
but I cooked it for my family last night and
not a teeny tiny speck was left!

Easy Chicken Pot Pie

  • 2 reg. sized cans of Veg-All

  • 2 reg. sized cans of Cream of Chicken Soup

  • 1/2 tsp of Pepper (adjust to your taste)

  • 1 chicken cooked and cut into bite-sized pieces or
    use a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store!

  • 1 box of refrigerated Pie Crusts

Mix the first four ingredients in a large bowl.
Spray an 8 x 8 pan or casserole dish with cooking spray
(I used a 9 x 13 in the photos)
and lay out one of the pie crusts.

Then place chicken mixture on top of this crust.
Place the other crust on top, tucking in around all edges.
Slice top to allow steam to escape.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes
or until browned on top.
Serve to your sweet family!


Anonymous said...

That looks sooooo good!

Sugar Bear said...

How delightful! The crust is just beautiful. It is too pretty to cut into!

Cape Cod Washashore said...

WOW! And you MADE yours too! Looks so yummy, and I love what you did with the crust - a pretty touch! (I use those same pie crusts often!) said...

Oh my, you took a simple and quick recipe and made it look gourment!

Merci-Notes said...

This looks Yummy. My daughter and husband (son like sushi..!) will LOVE this. MERCI!
I stopped by your etsy shop! I saw your sold items Gorgeous! I have been planning a manager type scene for next christmas with a similar structure idea, BUT I am no collage artist. i do more work in actual dimension work. (You collage artists are amazing, I cannot seem to do it, You make it look so easy, but it isn't!!) Happy creating!
With Kindness,

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for an easy recipe, and it turned out looking wonderful!
You own an antique store...oh my! I think I need to peek around your Etsy store.
If you get a chance stop over to my kitchen and have some cookies and a chat.

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Ummm. I make this I do...but mine doesnt't look pretty like yours!! Gah-lee!
I'm so full I'm going to unbutton my pants...

Lena said...

This looks delicious. My son loves Chicken Pot Pie. This recipe looks wonderful and so easy indeed! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! Hasn't Phyllis done a marvelous job of setting the table at Shabby in the city. Everything looks beautiful! I've brought Sweet Spring Apple Blossoms for the dessert buffet.
Best wishes!

Betty Jo said...

Not only does your potpie sound wonderful, but it looks incredible. I wish I had some of it right this very moment! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe and terrific step-by-step photos. xoxo

~~Mikki Jo said...

This sounds sooo good. I love the way you added a touch of love to the crust. It's beautiful.

Anonymous said...

That is fabulous! I am such a semi homemade type of girl!! I can do this! And my most favorite piecrust to boot. (Have some in my fridge right now even!)
Thanks for sharing this, I will definately use it!

And if you haven't dropped in for your coffee or vintage muumuu fashion, please do :)

Thriftin' Gal @ Junk In My Trunk said...

It tastes as great as it looks - yummmmmm, I'm still licking my fingers - thank you for inviting me to your potluck, I've enjoyed myself very much! :)

~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

Oh, that looks really REALLY yummy! :)

FrenchGardenHouse said...

mmmm that looks so pretty and delicious! Thanks for sharing that recipe, it will be tried out here in California. I hope mine looks as nice as yours.

Thanks, too, for having us over. YOur blog is always so beautiful! Hope you have a wonderful Easter! Lidy

Anonymous said...

Not only does your recipe look beautiful and scrumptious...I love the fact that there are minimal kind of recipe :) I am going to make this for dinner Monday night for sure...all I need are the pie crusts.

Thank you so much for sharing your recipe. Also, I just adore your blog. Hope you don't mind if I add you to mine :)

lindaharre said...

Dawn.....This must be the pot pie you were making while I was talking to you on the phone! It looks scrumptious.......somehow I can't see mine turning out like that....but....I may try anyway...hee...hee! hugs, Linda said...

Ohhh that sounds reeeally good:-)

I'm Kina (Shabby in the City's Friend) and I'm putting together a cutsie kind of cookbook with recipes from the potluck! Do you want to be a part? Of course you will be gived full credit for your recipe and pictures, and the name of your blog will be with the recipe! Just let me know if you'd like to participate or



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