Biscuit Topping for Pot Pie

Biscuit Topping for Pot Pie created by rosiedoodles

I'm posting this so I don't keep losing it. My mom made this often - it's a buttery biscuity topping. It doesn't rise as high as regular biscuits, and you can just pour it over the pot pie. It comes out all golden brown and tasty. The pot pie part I make with leftover chicken, some frozen mixed veggies, and either leftover gravy or cream of chicken soup.

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  • mix together, pour over pot pie, bake @350 for 45 minute.
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"I'm posting this so I don't keep losing it. My mom made this often - it's a buttery biscuity topping. It doesn't rise as high as regular biscuits, and you can just pour it over the pot pie. It comes out all golden brown and tasty. The pot pie part I make with leftover chicken, some frozen mixed veggies, and either leftover gravy or cream of chicken soup."

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  1. EZBeingGreen
    I wanted a biscuit topping for my chicken pot pie and stumbled on this recipe. Easy to put together but the directions just say to "pour over pie" leading me to believe the batter should be pour-able . Mine was not; it was very wet and sticky dough. If I had poured it as directed, it would have just been a giant clump. I had to try to dollop and spread across my pie, but I couldn't really spread it so instead i did my best to just place little clumps all over the top. I ended up having to mix up another 1/2 batch to completely cover my pie (9x13 pan). In the end it still tasted great, I put it under the broiler for about 5 minutes at the end to get a little more brow on the top. The biscuit topping was cooked all the way through and didn't sink into the pie like some others I have tried (I have had issues with other biscuit recipes and mixes like Bisquick remaining wet and under-cooked). If anyone had any suggestions as to how to make this more pour-able or easier to dollop, let me me know!
  2. Angie T.
    This was so quick and easy and delicious! I poured it over chicken enchilada sauce that I had made. I couldn't find tortillas to finish my recipe, and this did the trick! In fact, it might be even yummier! My girls just wanted to eat the crust! Thanks for great solution!
  3. MaryJanes F.
    Doing a spaghetti bake with pot pie topping...
  4. rosiedoodles
    Biscuit Topping for Pot Pie Created by rosiedoodles
  5. christiedkj
    What a tasty and easy recipe for pot pie crust ! I ended up putting the pie under the broiler for a couple of minutes at the end of baking time, just to brown the crust a little bit.
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