Thyme~For~Gourmet

Well My health (or lack of good in it) has led me to dive into another venture of cooking. Therefor, I have created a new Blog called All Free Living.
I hope that you will continue to follow me over there and embark on this All Free Journey of No Gluten, No Dairy, No Sugar way of life in hopes that my health will improve drastically and the road to good health will be short...
Looking forward to experimenting with foods from the Plant and sharing with all of you.. My passion in cooking delicious, healthy and gorgeous food still lives within and I will be bringing all of that to the table at All Free Living..

Hope to see you there and looking forward to your input...

Michelle

Friday, July 16, 2010

Easy Chicken Pot Pies


With the weather being so hot and miserable I was trying to find something to cook that would not take to long to be in the kitchen...Okay so I cheated a little on this one, but hey it was 80 degrees in my house when I got home from driving back from the grocery store with NO air conditioning...(Does that sound like whining)?

I decided to either make Tuna Stuffed Tomatoes or Easy Chicken Pot Pies..Connor chose and the Pot Pies won. Within 20 minutes I had them all assembled and popped into the oven...(using the oven on such a hot day was not the wisest idea, but when it comes to comfort food who cares)
They were very yummy and all were happy...

Until next time....make ThymeforGourmet....

Easy Chicken Pot Pies

Ingredients:
Oven 350
2 - 14.5 oz cans veg all (drained)
3 packets chicken gravy mix (prepare as directed on package)
1 pre-cooked whole chicken (shredded)
1 pkg. ready made pie crust

mix the veg all, chicken and 1 1/2 cups gravy together in a medium size bowl...spoon into individual ramekin's...cut crust rings to fit tops with a little hanging over...puncture tops to let steam out...
Brush with and egg wash if desired and bake till crust is brown (approx 40 minutes)

Serve with extra gravy if desired on top...

2 comments:

  1. I added extra crust to the top for Connor...That is his favorite part...He loves to mix it into the pie with extra gravy...
    Enjoy

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