PERSONALIZED CHICKEN POT PIES

JUST A FUN THING TO DO THAT YOUR CHILDREN ARE SURE TO LOVE!

If you are anything like me, the crust of the pot pie is the favorite part.

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If having extra pastry dough once assembling your chicken pot pie, don’t discard. Roll the excess that we usually discard into a flat piece and with a paring knife cut out small letters carefully and place on baking sheet till done.  When serving  pot pie in dish or in bowl, place initials or child’s name across the top for an extra special look. My child was forty and he smiled. Enjoy!

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HOMEMADE CHICKEN POT PIE

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YOU WILL NEED:

1. Baking dish or casserole dish.

2. Two cans of cream of chicken soup undiluted.

3. Sixteen ounce package of frozen mixed vegetables thawed and drained .(Can thaw overnight in refrigerator the night before you plan to make.)

4. Two cups of boneless chicken cut into bite sized pieces.

5. Two pieces of pie crust ( I used ready made crusts sold in supermarket)

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PREPARATION:

1. Boil chicken in water ten minutes. Drain on paper towel.

2. Line bottom and sides of casserole dish with one pie crust being sure to

have enough to crimp edges.

3. Poke holes with fork on pie crust on bottom of dish.

4. Pre-bake bottom pie crust at 325degrees Fahrenheit for five minutes or until slightly brown.

5. In large bowl place chicken,two cans of cream of chicken soup (undiluted) and drained vegetables and blend together. If too thick, you may add a 1/4 can of water and blend together.

6. Pour mixture into casserole dish  and press down slightly to be sure all sides have been filled evenly.

7. Cover top with second pre made pie crust.

8. Cut dough evenly around top and pinch together using two fingers on one hand supporting bottom crust and pushing one finger on top crust pushing all fingers together. If you cannot make it look as you wish you can evenly press to dish with tines of a fork all around the dish.

9. Make a  design with knife poking all the way through crust to ensure steam can escape while cooking. I usually make a wheat design. If you wish to make just slits across. That’s fine too.

8. Place in preheated oven and cook according to pie crust directions.

SEE MY PERSONALIZED  POT PIE IDEAS THAT ARE SURE TO BRING A SMILE.

Have a blessed day!