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This is a regular meal around our house because it's so easy and makes good use of leftovers. I sprinkle some Mrs Dash before I put the crust on to give it some extra oomph.

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stacylu December 30, 2008

This is my new go-to chicken pot pie recipe. So easy and so good! The only changes I made was to use "Cream of Soup Mix With Variations - Substitute" in place of the can of cream of chicken and I used up some remnant bags of frozen veggies and roasted carrots from the night before in lieu of the can of Veg All. I was worried the crust would be too bland, but stuck with the recipe as written and it was FABULOUSLY light and buttery. Perfect winter comfort food.

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Simply Sarah December 02, 2008

living in Costa Rica makes it difficult to find ingredients. I had to make cream of chicken soup and Bisquick from scratch. I did find the recipes on Zaar. This was really really good. It is really a comfort food. I will be making this again.

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Loudor November 21, 2008

This is an easy and great-tasting dinner. I added a little seasoning (just salt/pepper/poultry seasoning) to the chicken/veg-all before adding the rest. Great for leftover chicken.

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Empire920 August 23, 2008

This really is a great recipe (its the same one on the bisquick box, similar anyway) Its even better with added potatos. I add some of the southern style hasbrown uncooked they add such great heartyness.

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sprinkle101901 July 25, 2008

This was a great way to use the mushy vegetables I had left over from making chicken stock! I pureed the vegetables in a blender with 1 cup broth. I used 1 1/2 cups of veggie puree - froze the rest. I added 2 TBSP of flour with 2 TBSP butter to thicken the mixture. Combined the cooked chicken, veggie puree, butter/flour mix in the baking dish. Poured Marie Callendar's corn bread mix (1 1/2 mix with 3/4 cup water) over soup mixture. I baked it for 40 minutes & it came out great! We're having leftovers tonite. I didn't have bisquick so I just improvised with what I had. Thanks for this easy recipe!

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L1nah May 02, 2008

I skipped using veg-all and just added in veggies that we preferred. I also used the low fat bisquick. It was good but I still prefer pot pie with the real crust. LOL but this is better calorie wise.

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Taxi Mom March 04, 2008

Sooooo good!! We reheated the leftovers two days later and my husband said it was even better then!! Thank you for posting!

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Cam's Mom January 06, 2008

omg this was really yummy my husband and son loved it plus it gives them vegi's they would hardly eat any other time Helpful hint====== if you dont like all vegi try using 1/2 a can of one vegi(corn and another 1/2 of another like peas i did this on a later recipe and it turned out better fluffy

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Fluffy_is_#_1 January 01, 2008
Easy Chicken Pot Pie