Coincidentally it’s snowing outside while I type this post, which is perfect because this Chicken Pot Pie recipe is fitting for cold weather. It’s one of my go to comfort meals. Along with plenty others mentioned in my Winter Tips: How to Stay Warm post.
I’ve been making this Chicken Pot Pie forever, and thought it was time I shared this dish. The best thing is I only use FOUR ingredients to complete this meal. FOUR! Without further ado, here is my infamous Chicken Pot Pie recipe.
What you will need:
• Progresso Rich & Hearty: Hearty Chicken Pot Pie Soup (two cans)
• Broccoli, corn, or any other vegetables of your choice (I usually use a frozen veggie mix.)
• Pillsbury Crescent Rolls (one can)
• Two Chicken Breast (I need extra chicken haha.)
• Medium/large baking pan
• Medium/large skillet
• Baking spoon
*As always feel free to adjust the ingredients to your liking.
1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place chicken breast in oven for about 30 minutes. Once it’s finished take the chicken out and set it to the side for cooling. Keep the oven on because you’ll need it in a few minutes.
2. Preheat your skillet on medium heat over the burner.
4. Then pour your vegetables into the skillet. Continue to stir. Once the soup is bubbling turn the heat to low.
5. Cut the chicken breast into strips and place inside the skillet. Continue to stir.
7. Pour the soup into the baking pan.
8. Open up the Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and place them over the soup one by one. I like to place them opposite of each other, so it fits like a puzzle.
10. Once finished take the baking pan out of the oven, and let it cool for 15 minutes or so. Then eat up, duh!
* This dish has about 12 servings depending on your baking pan.
I hope you try this comforting meal. It’s so delicious and heartwarming. By the way I normally eat this dish in a bowl, but I had to put it on a flat plate to show you how everything looks. That’s how much I love you all (wink, wink).
Do you have a favorite comfort food that warms you up during the colder months?
Thanks for stopping by,