"Crock Pot" Chicken Pot Pie

Intro: "Crock Pot" Chicken Pot Pie

When you would love to have a Chicken Pot Pie for dinner but just don't have the time. This is a hearty meal that is easily thrown together, cooks while your at work, and is sure to please!

Step 1: What You Will Need

•2 Frozen Chicken Breast
•2 cups Frozen Peas & Carrots
•2 Cans Cream of Chicken
•2-3 Medium sized Potatoes
• Salt and Pepper to Taste
•1 Chicken Bullion Cube

•A Crock Pot

Step 2: Prep

•Peel and dice your potatoes.

Seriously, that's all the prep work needed :)

Step 3: Mix It All Together

•Put the frozen chicken into the cock pot. Then add the peas & carrots, the diced potatoes, the bullion cube, and the 2 cans of cream of chicken. Add salt and pepper to taste.

•Mix it all together.

•Cook on low for 6-8 hours

•When the chicken is cooked thoroughly cut it up with a knife or sturdy spoon

Step 4: Serve

Serve with freshly baked biscuits or cresent rolls.

Enjoy!

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    rsmaudsley

    1 year ago

    This looks like a great recipe. The only thing I might do different is the serving. I will put it in to either a hollowed out puff pastry or a sour dough bread bowl. I'll let you know how it turns out. :-)

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    sbrumbaugh

    3 years ago

    You can also poured over some torn up bread for an awesome open faced sandwich.

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    Becca93ccheugh

    Reply 3 years ago

    All of it always gets eaten at my house so I never have but I would assume you could! :)

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    jmyers1

    3 years ago

    Tasty! Looks like the perfect family meal

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    Becca93jmyers1

    Reply 3 years ago

    It sure is, hope you enjoy! :)

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    Becca93peabody1929

    Reply 3 years ago

    No, I have found that the crock pot steams and produces just enough moisture so you don't need to add any.