Friday, October 28, 2011

Chicken Pot Pie.

Well it was delicious and of course it didn't last long.  It's a quick and easy make.


1 (10 oz.) can of Campbell's Cream of Chicken Soup or Campbell's Chicken or Turkey Pot Pie soup.
1 1/2 cups frozen mixed vegetables, thawed.  (can use canned veggies instead)
1 1/2 cups cubed, cooked chicken. (Jodi used rotisserie chicken from the store)
3/4 cup chicken broth combined with 3 tablespoons of flour.
2 Pillsbury pie shells.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.

Mix soup, vegetables, (may use fresh veggies too), chicken, and broth.  (The mixture should be somewhat thick.)  If only chicken noodle soupp is available, it may be pureed in the blender tomake a smooth gravy.

Put mixture into the bottom pie shell.  Cover with the top pie crust and crimp to seal.  Slice a few vent holes in the top.

Bake for 40 minutes or until golden.  Cover pie edge with aluminum foil or a pie shield if it begins to brown too quickly. 

Hope you all enjoy it if you try it.

Happy to my beautiful granddaughter Nicole.  She has grown into such a beautiful and wonderful young lady.  My how the time flies.  Seems like just yesterday she was a baby in my arms.

You all have a great day.


  1. The chicken pot pie sounds delicious!!

    Your granddaughter is beautiful. I hope her day is a happy one.

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  3. Darn these kids are growing up way too fast. Hope Nikki has an awesome birthday! I copied the recipe and saved it to my evernote. Sounds yummy.

  4. That chicken pot pie has been on my mind ever since you mentioned it but now it's gone :( Kids do grow quickly don't they? I don't have grand kids...my oldest is 16 now...but that's shock enough!

  5. Thanks for the recipe! You have a beautiful young lady there. Yes they do grow up too fast.

  6. Happy Birthday to Nicole. She's a beautiful girl and may she have a happy day.
    Thanks for recipe, tasting it now.

  7. What a beautiful granddaughter you have. Lovely girl, and I'm sure you are very proud of her. Thanks for that recipe. You are right, it looks easier than it sounded. I'm going to copy it and maybe make it this week or next week for sure.

  8. A good cook I am not. I'm surprised I'm able to feed myself.
    Your grand daughter is a cutie.

  9. Snap, I made chicken soup to-day, very similar to your hot pot, bet they both taste scrummy, Also made some fish pie, so the freezer is stocked up for a while. Your grand-daughter looks a real nice girl, isn't it lovely to see these grandkids of ours growing up and IMO they all look a lot healthier and prettier than we ever were, speaking for myself at least.