5 Reviews

Delicious! Baked it in the 9 x 13 dish, flattened out the crescent rolls really thin, and baked the crescent rolls I didn't need in the toaster oven. Turned out perfect, and the filling was just delicious. Will most definitely make this one again!

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Violet_angel April 24, 2014

Very tasty, the only problem I had was the crust needed way more than 15 minutes to cook. It looked ok on top, but when we cut into it the underside was raw. We 'flipped' it and re-baked for another 15 minutes. Didn't look the greatest, but tasted good. Thanks Cadillacgirl!

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Buzymomof3 September 02, 2012

I made this with the chicken I had left from cock-a-leekie soup -Cock a Leekie Soup. The flavorful chicken, added to this wonderful filling recipe resulted in the best chicken pie I have ever eaten. I used my own crust, since I had some ready. I will use your recipe often. Thanks for sharing.

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Pesto lover August 24, 2012

This was the perfect recipe for me to use leftover roasted chicken from a recipe I made earlier last week. I made this in a scaled back version to serve 2, for my lunch, so I only bought the small can of crescent rolls. This is definitely a quick and filling dish. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT8.

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diner524 August 22, 2012

So good! I made exactly as stated. It really hit the spot on a not-so-warm summer day. True comfort food. I liked the crescent rolls! Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT8.

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Lainey6605 August 19, 2012
No Time Chicken Pot Pie