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Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

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My mom has been making this homemade chicken pot pie for years, and now I make it for my guys! It is a go-to recipe that family asks for all of the time. Not only is it super easy and delicious, but you can also make it ahead of time and freeze it. I also whip up this recipe to take to friends who are sick or just because! I always get asked for the recipe and am happy to share my momma’s easy and delicious chicken pot pie!

Easy Chicken Pot Pie

Ingredients:

1 box of 2-count pre-made pie refrigerated pie crusts

2 cans of mixed vegetables

1 can of cream of chicken

2 cooked, seasoned chicken breasts, shredded (to save on time, I love to buy the rotisserie chickens and shred them)

salt/pepper for taste

onion powder for taste

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Mix all the veggies, cream of chicken, shredded chicken salt and pepper and onion powder in a large bowl.

In a pie pan place one of the refrigerated pie crusts. Top the chicken mixture over the pie crust. Place the remaining pie crust on top of the veggie mixture. With a fork or knife, make sure to vent some areas in the top of the pie crust so that the steam can escape.

Bake for around 40 minutes or until pie crust starts to become brown and the chicken mixture is bubbly.

This yields one chicken pot pie. If you are going to use an entire rotisserie chicken, I would double the recipe and you could freeze one of the pies for later.

Serve and enjoy! We love to have this with a salad or fruit.

Fun, Frugal & Free Summer Activities for Kids!

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A huge welcome to those of you who are visiting from Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend! If you missed my segment, feel free to watch it HERE. Planning summer activities for the kiddos doesn’t have to drain your wallet. In fact, there are so many fun, frugal and free things that you can do with them! 

Kids Bowl Free– Register your kids HERE. to receive 2 free games of bowling every day during the summer months. This is a great way to keep the kiddos cool all while staying active. 

Kids Skate Free– Register your kids HERE to receive 2 free roller skating passes each week at select roller rinks across the country. 

Free Kids Movies– Theaters liks Cobb and Regal Cinemas offer Free and $1 movies all Summer long! My boys and I love this and go every week. GO HERE to see the entire list of participating theaters and movies. 

Free Summer Reading Programs– You can see the entire list of Free reading programs for the kids HERE. This is a great way to keep those reading skills at their best! 

Living Social and Groupon-Daily deal sites like Living Social and Groupon are a great way to take advantage of local attractions and activities at deep discounts. You can save as much as 50% off or more. 

Local Bookstores- We love to head over to our local Barnes & Noble just to relax and read! I always grab a few magazines and the boys get their favorite books. We sit in the cafe and enjoy a treat while reading! They also have a great children’s section.

Workshops at Michaels and Home Depot– stores like Michaels and Home Depot offer free and frugal workshops for kids featuring crafts, projects and more. GO HERE to check out the Michaels classes. GO HERE to check out the date for the next Home Depot workshop.