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Cheesy Chicken Pot Pie

Cheesy Chicken Pot Pie recipe
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Some classics can't be improved. Pot pie isn't one of them. A delicate crust yields to veggies and chicken in a cheesy sauce. Yes, we said cheesy.
10 min
35 min
8 servings
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I loved it. My husband says it can do without the cheese but I haven't tried it yet. Definitely will be making this again soon.
I have made this super easy hotdish many times for my family. It's their favorite! Pillsbury even makes a type of crescent roll that is not perforated--just for these sort of recipes. I like to add a little dill to my chicken and veggie mixture. Also, cream of mushroom works well. This recipe has also been a huge hit at potlucks. It's the ultimate comfort food!
Loved it! put garlic butter over the top and put back in the oven a few minuets after it was done, love crusty topping !
I also doubled the soup and used grated sharp cheddar cheese. I used a 16 ounce bag of soup vegetables as we like the potatoes, celery and Lima beans along with the carrots, corn and peas. Will be making this again!
Awesome-so easy and so good!! Is now on my permanent go-to meal list!!!!
My family loves this and I love that it's quick and easy. We usually use shredded cheddar instead of velveta.
So good and easy! I doubled the soup to make it extra creamy. I will make this again for sure. Yummy!
This was very good and we are going to add this to our dinner night rotations! I didn't have velveeta so I used sharp cheddar and made real small dices so it would melt better. Here is what I did : i cooked the frozen veggies, drained them, put them back in the pot. added 4 cubed pre cooked chicken breasts ( garlic herb), one can of cream of chicken (low fat) and half a can of cream of mushroom (low fat), the cubed cheese pepper and some garlic salt. mixed it all together then put it in the pan. Covered with reduced fat crescent rolls. I had to stretch them to cover the pan but it was just enough. I then sprinkled a little garlic salt on top of the rolls for more flavor. I ended up cooking it for 30 minutes to get the rolls brown. We loved it!!
I used half a bag of frozen vegetables, added a can of green beans, and fresh red peppers that I cooked with my chicken. Turned out awesome, will definitely make again. 2 yr old loved it. Great way to add in veggies and chicken. My can of cream of chicken was the kind with herbs and it blended in fine.
It turned out great! I took some advice and added cream of mushroom and reduced the cheese. I also added onions and broccoli, yum!!!!
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