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4 Ingredient Mini Chicken Pot Pies

Written by COA Nutrition Team On May 14, 2021

A bite sized twist to a classic comfort food recipe. Make these easy individual mini chicken pot pies with just four ingredients plus a muffin tin and its perfect for toddlers and adults alike!

INGREDIENTS

  • Crescent dough – Store bought
  • 1 cup of chopped pre-cooked chicken
  • 3/4 cup of canned cream of chicken
  • Thawed garden vegetables
  • Chicken seasoning or sea salt
  • Fresh cracked black pepper (optional)

DIRECTIONS

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  2. In a bowl, mix chicken, cream of chicken and sprinkle a little chicken seasoning or salt and pepper. Set aside.
  3. Using a glass or cookie cutter, carve out circles of crescent dough.
  4. Grease a muffin tin with cooking spray and carefully place dough in each circle.
  5. Add chicken mixture into each circle.
  6. Using the leftover dough, cut strips and place it on top.
  7. Bake for about 20 minutes, check at 15 minutes for desired brownness.

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Create Zones

If you regularly bake, having a cooking area and a baking area could make both processes much easier. Your cooking zone can include all the things you use to make regular meals, like your chopping board, knives, and cooking spray. Meanwhile, your baking zone can hold flour, sugar, and dry measuring cups. Though you may use items from one zone while cooking in the other, this kind of set up will still cut down on unnecessary movement around your kitchen.

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