Beautiful Food: Chicken Pot Pie


In a post-church hunger, Husband and I made this amazing pot pie, inspired by Seeded at the Table – we used whatever cream soups we had and some sweated veggies and shredded chicken, and made the cheddar biscuits for the top… enough said. It’s getting me through my long day of errands-running before the holiday!

25 comments on “Beautiful Food: Chicken Pot Pie

  1. callmetrav says:

    Great pot pie recipe

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  2. koolaidmoms says:

    Looks so good! Love the cheddar biscuits on top!

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  3. Jheelam says:

    It looks seriously good

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  4. Always looking for a good pot pie recipe, thanks!!!

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  5. piratepatty says:

    Cheddar Biscuits? That is just good on top of more good!

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  6. Angie says:

    Oh, my, GOODNESS! Each component just gets better than the one before, but the cheddar biscuits are the topping to top all toppings!

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  7. That looks really good! I’m going to have to try that soon!

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  8. Des B says:

    My kind of meal

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  9. Yes, this is one that we are definitely going to have to try.

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  10. Elizabeth says:

    Sure looks better than those Swanson chicken pot pies I ate as a kid!

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  12. leebakers says:

    Looks great, thanks for posting!

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  13. ahmeliahmeli says:

    This looks yummy! Any tips for if you do not keep canned soup in the house? I tend to run into that problem a lot with recipes. ;-/

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  14. Mrs. Kate Singh says:

    Oh no! And I’m wanting to be low carb, this kind of post is just dangerous!


  15. cherish92 says:

    one recipe to try 🙂

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  17. oooh this looks so so good definitely a must try

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  18. OMG! This looks delicious. I may have to try this soon. Thank you for following my blog and welcome to the fence jumpers. @sheilamgood at Cow Pasture Chronicles

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  19. susansleggs says:

    What a good idea to keep shredded chicken in the freezer. Sure would make a hectic day easier at suppe time.

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