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Quick and Easy Mini Chicken Pot Pies Recipe

Thank you to Campbell Soup Company for sponsoring this post! All opinions are mine.

I’ve been working quite a bit lately.  I don’t have the best time management skills so in-between my work, kid’s homework and activities and general housekeeping duties, I often find myself scrambling to make a family meal at dinner time.  

I’m a firm believer in family dinners, so I’m always on the lookout for meal ideas that save me time and effort.

Quick and Easy Mini Chicken Pot Pie recipe. 5 minute prep - 25 minute bake time!

On my last trip to the grocery store, I picked one of the new Campbell’s Soups for Easy Cooking.  

These new cooking soups are similar to the Cream of Mushroom and Chicken soups we are all familiar with, but they come in a pourable box and already contain the perfect blend of seasonings, allowing me to create delicious homemade meals in thirty minutes or less.

mini pot pie recipe

I decided to try out the Creamy Herb & Garlic with Chicken Stock, which is perfect for pot pies and casseroles.  

The cooking soups also com in Savory Portobello Mushroom, Sweet Onion, and Mexican Style Tomato.  There are some really yummy and easy looking recipes over at Mealsin30.com, so be sure to take a moment and browse around.  You might find a new family favorite.

quick and easy pot pie recipe

 

I have these cute little ramekins and haven’t used them yet, so I decided to make Mini Pot Pies.  The prep and cook time is the same whether you make mini or a full sized pot pie.

Are you skeptical about how quick and easy these little pot pies are to make?  

I’m serious when I say they took 5 minutes to prep and 25 minutes to bake.  

Check out the little video my hubby helped me make to show off how easy it really is!

 

Recipe notes: After I shot the video, I decided the biscuit topping needed to be doubled.  The ingredient list below includes the doubled amount. 

Quick Mini Chicken Pot Pies
Ingredients:

  • 1 carton (14.5 ounces) Campbell’s® Creamy Herb & Garlic with Chicken Stock Soup
  • 2.5 cups cubed cooked chicken (I used rotisserie)
  • 1 package (12 ounces) frozen mixed vegetables (carrots, green beans, corn, peas), thawed (about 2 1/2 cups)
  • 1/3 cup mushrooms (optional)
  • ½ cup shredded cheese
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup biscuit baking mix 
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Cooking directions:

  1. Heat the oven to 400°F. In a large bowl, combine chicken, soup, vegetables and cheese.  (Set aside.)
  2. In a smaller bowl, stir the milk, eggs and baking mix in a small bowl. 
  3. Grease 4 to 6 ramekins (depending on size-  I did use to additional white ramekins.) Add chicken mixture to ramekins.
  4. Spread the biscuit batter over the chicken mixture.
  5. Bake for 25 minutes or until the topping is golden brown.

Enjoy!

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6 Comments

  1. Can these be frozen and reheated? How long will the last in fridge/freezer?

    1. Sure, just let them thaw overnight in the fridge. Should last up to three months if wrapped/ sealed properly.

  2. Looks yummy! Question though, the video shows one egg, the recipe says two, but in directions it says egg, singular. Which is it? I also have a question about the zipper pouch you made from 13 zippers. Love it and want to make one for my niece, however I'm a bit confused. I understand you sew all 13 zippers right sides together, which makes a rectangle. Then directions say to fold in half right sides together to sew sides. Got that so far. But when do you sew the top together? I mean how do you close it unless you sew a tube from the 13 zippers? Am I making sense? Please let me know. My email is nrhaller@aol.com. Thank you so much,
    Rae

    1. hi, After I shot the video, I felt the biscuit topping needed to be doubled. (I made the notes on the video, but if you don't watch it on youtube- you won't see the notes.) I'll add it on this end too. (The singular "egg" is a typo, which I will fix.)

      As for the zipper pouch, after you fold it together, sew the two end zippers together.
      Good luck,
      Jamie

  3. These look so good! I need to learn how to make videos for my posts! Thanks for sharing on Show Me Saturday!

  4. Hi Jamie, oooh I do hope you'll swing by to Food on Friday to add this to Chicken! Cheers from Carole from Carole's Chatter