Reduced-Fat Chicken Pot-Pie

 

When I think of Chicken Pot-Pie, comfort food instantly comes to mind. Usually comfort food means lots of butter, creamy, and fattening. Not this time!  I found the original recipe at Hungry Girl a few years ago, ever since then it has been a go to for dinner. It’s quick, easy, healthy and a perfect way to use up left over chicken. This specific time I used a store bought rotisserie chicken, making it even easier! No guilt with this one =)

Serves 2-4  If you have appetites like Scott and I it serves 2 with enough for a lunch tomorrow.

Ingredients:

2 Cups Cooked Chicken- Cubed

1 Cup Frozen Corn-Thawed

1 Cup Frozen Broccoli-Thawed

1 Cup Frozen Mixed Veggies-Thawed

1 Can Reduced-Fat Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup

5 oz. Low-Sodium Chicken Broth (Water can be used here if you don’t have broth on hand)

1 Can Reduced-Fat Crescent Rolls

Preperation:

Pre-Heat oven to 375°F

Cube Chicken

Don’t be surprised if you get a shaggy begger during this part!

Place in an oven safe 2 ¾ quart baking dish

Add corn

 Mixed veggies.

And broccoli

Mix them all up.

Add can of condensed cream of chicken

Pour chicken broth into empty soup can about half way full

Stir it a bit getting the left over soup

Pour over chicken, veggie, and soup mixture.

Mix well

Place each triangle of crescent rolls on top of the chicken, veggie, and soup mixture so that each roll touches the other.

Continue until entire pan is covered.

Bake for about 15 minutes,

Or until entire top is golden brown. Golden and bubbly!

Remove from oven

Cut,

Plate

Or bowl it up. Scott prefers his in a bowl.

Serve Hot

Enjoy!!!

Reduced-Fat Chicken Pot-Pie

Ingredients:

2 Cups Cooked Chicken- Cubed

1 Cup Frozen Corn-Thawed

1 Cup Frozen Broccoli-Thawed

1 Cup Frozen Mixed Veggies-Thawed

1 Can Reduced-Fat Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup

5 oz. Low-Sodium Chicken Broth (Water can be used here if you don’t have broth on hand)

1 Can Reduced-Fat Crescent Rolls

Pre-Heat oven to 375°F

Cube Chicken

Place in an oven safe 2 ¾ quart baking dish

Add corn

Broccoli

And mixed veggies.

Mix them all up.

Add can of condensed cream of chicken

Pour chicken broth into empty soup can about half way full

Stir it a bit getting the left over soup

Pour over chicken, veggie, and soup mixture.

Mix well

Place each triangle of crescent rolls on top of the chicken, veggie, and soup mixture so that each roll touches the other. Continue until entire pan is covered.

Bake for about 15 minutes or until entire top is golden brown.

Remove from oven

Plate or bowl it up

Enjoy!!!

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16 Responses to Reduced-Fat Chicken Pot-Pie

  1. erinv says:

    You forgot the shredded cheese ontop!

  2. nancycg56 says:

    Looks delicious! I’d have to change up the veg for Mr. Meat Eater or maybe I will make it for myself when he’s away :) Thanks for posting!!!

  3. Oh em gee!!!!

    I’ve been looking for an easier recipe because my family ADORES chicken pot pie! And boom! Here you are!

    I can’t wait to try this one!

  4. ciaofraz says:

    Your shaggy beggar is a cutie pie for sure : ) Yummy looking chicken pie too!

  5. ciaofraz says:

    Buzzed ya for sure, looks yummy, and your shaggy beggar is such a cutie pie too : )

  6. There are two bonuses in this recipe-one that it is all in a single pan and two that it is low fat. Other than that it looks like it has all the great flavor you would expect in this comforting meal! Great pictures here-making me hungry!

  7. Kristina says:

    I got one of the Hungry Girl cookbooks for Christmas last year and I still haven’t tried a recipe, I think I’m going to have to now! You chicken potpie looks soooo good :) I love that its a lighter recipe, potpie isn’t usually the healthiest dinner decision (even though its delicious!), but I’d take this any night!

  8. Nice…never made a pot pie before. Looks easy enough. Cute little beggar too : )

  9. Kiri W. says:

    Mmm, this looks delicious! I can’t believe it’s reduced fat when it looks so utterly indulgent :) Well done!

  10. Your dog looks like the dog I had when I was a little girl. FYI his name was Whisky ! It’s always great to read your posts !!!

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