These were super easy to make and more importantly I was told that these could be added to the “rotation.” I’m sure anyone who has a family knows that a meal making in into the rotation is a big thing as we can only eat sloppy joes and tacos so many times. 🙂 Interested in trying one of these new sauces? Well, one of my readers has a chance to win a $100 Target Gift Card to go shopping and pick up the sauces for their next dinner. Why $100? Because it’s Target so let’s face it, you’ll go in to buy the sauce and come out spending $100. 😀 To enter for a chance to win, simply answer this question in the comments below: How will you use these sauces to make a wonderful family dinner?
Easy Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie
4 boneless uncooked chicken breast (about 1 ½ pounds)
2 (12 oz.) packages frozen veggies (I used a medley of green beans, peas, corn, and carrots)
1 packet Campbell’s Oven Sauces (Classic Roasted or Pot Pie)
1 package refrigerator biscuits (with 8 total biscuits)
Preheat oven to 400F.
Open Campbell’s Oven Sauce and coat the bottom of a 9-x-13-inch pan with about ¼ cup of sauce. This will help prevent the food from sticking to the bottom. Cut the chicken into bite size pieces.
Add the chicken pieces and the frozen veggies to the pan.
Pour the remaining sauce over the chicken and veggies.
Cover with aluminum foil and cook for 35 minutes.
After 35 minutes, reduce the temperature to 350F.
Remove from oven and stir the ingredients.
If you are going to make individual pies then distribute the chicken, sauce, and veggies evenly among 4 mini pie pans.
If you are making one large dish, leave alone for now.
Top each individual pie with one biscuit.
You will have 4 biscuits left over. Bake the extra once with the pot pies as your family will surely want extras.
If you are not doing the individual pies, simply top the 9-x-13-inch pan with the 8 biscuits, making sure to evenly distribute them on top of the chicken and veggies.
Place back into the 350F oven and bake for another 15-18 minutes.
When your biscuits are brown then you dish is ready.
Let cool slightly before serving.
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