Mini Chicken Pot Pies

Mini Chicken Pot Pies

Friendsgiving- Mini Chicken Pot Pies

Tonight we celebrated friends giving over an amazing spread of food, lots of laughter, and chasing babies!

I made the most delish and easy-I am NOT an expeience cook by any means-

(see blog post here about the less than 1 year I have been cooking for- don't judge!-and why...)

so when I say easy, I mean it!

I was making 18-20 of these mini pot pies. These are great for parties, potlucks, or to just add to an existing spread of appetizers/ dinner. They are bite size so kids can take one and actually eat the whole thing and it actually fits in their little hands making the clean up a little less horrible for us parents. Their small size makes them great appetizers or finger food for adults too, especially when you're just a little hungry but want something warm in your belly!

Here you go---

Mini Chicken Pot Pies

2 chicken breasts

2 tbsp poultry seasoning

2 tsp onion powder

3 cans of cream of chicken soup-(25-30 ounces)

2 tsp garlic salt

20-25 ounces of Pillsbury BISCUIT dough-2-3 cans (don't get crescent rolls by accident)

2 cups of cheddar cheese

2 cups frozen mixed vegetables


-Bake chicken breasts at 350* for 25-40 minutes (depending on how thick & thawed they are)

-Set chicken aside for a bit

(I baked mine right before lunch time-11am, then made my mini pot pies at 1pm)

***An alternative to this would be using a store bought hot rotisserie chicken ready to go

-Preheat oven to 400*

-In a mixing bowl add chicken, vegetables, seasoning, cheese, and soup

-Spray your muffin tin with non-stick spray

-Add biscuits to your tin, press down into each tin and up and around the sides

-Spoon in your mixture (about 3/4 of the way up is best)

-Cook for 10-12 minutes

-Let set for 10 minutes or more (it helps the dough set so they don't crumble apart)


I am thankful for all of you who stop by to read this blog-it encourages me to write just one more post...

:::meanwhile moon mama::::

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adapted from a recipe found here

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