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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Chicken Pot Pie Bubble Up

Chicken Pot Pie Bubble Up Recipe - chicken, chicken soup, sour cream, cheese, frozen vegetables and biscuits. A whole meal in one pan!

Chicken Legs requested chicken pot pie the other night. I didn't want to make pie crusts, so I decided to give a Chicken Pot Pie Bubble Up a try. It turned out great! We both cleaned our plates. This dish is a whole meal in one dish. You have chicken, bread and veggies all in one.

I used half of a rotisserie chicken in this recipe and it came together in minutes. I always have frozen rotisserie chicken in the freezer. If you don't have rotisserie chicken, just cook up a couple of chicken breast and chop them up.

Chicken Pot Pie Bubble Up Recipe - chicken, chicken soup, sour cream, cheese, frozen vegetables and biscuits. A whole meal in one pan!



Chicken Pot Pie Bubble Up
serves 6-8
(Printable Recipe)

  • 2 cup cooked, chopped chicken
  • 1 can (10.75oz) cream of chicken soup
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 cup cheddar cheese
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen mixed vegetables
  • 1 (12oz) can refrigerated Grands Jr biscuits


Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Lightly spray a glass 9x13-inch pan with cooking spray.

In a large bowl stir together chicken, soup, sour cream, cheese and frozen vegetables. Remove biscuits from can and cut each into 4 pieces. Toss with chicken mixture.

Pour biscuit mixture into prepared pan. Spread biscuits out if they are clumped together.

Bake for 25-30 minutes.


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24 comments:

  1. Steph - you are the queen of pre-made doughs and we must try one of your bubble-ups.

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  2. My mom never made pot pie with a crust. She always put the filling in a 9x13, then a layer of biscuits on top. Bake until the biscuits are golden. I love it this way!

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  3. Do you have any ideas on how one might adapt this for beef? I don't eat chicken, but this looks pretty nifty! Thanks!

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  4. Yum! I can't wait to try this-it looks delicious!

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  5. Hi,my name is Yardley Pal and am from India.Here, in India, when you say biscuits, we mean Oreos, so what do I use for biscuits? Should I use dinner rolls instead ? Please reply asap as I am stuck because of the biscuits and am really anxious to try out this recipe.

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  6. Hi,my name is Yardley Pal and am from India.Here, in India, when you say biscuits, we mean Oreos, so what do I use for biscuits? Should I use dinner rolls instead ? Please reply asap as I am stuck because of the biscuits and am really anxious to try out this recipe.

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    1. Yardley Pal biscuits are dinner not cooked yet. Like fresh dough.

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  7. This looks so good, Steph. I'll have to make this for Trevor one day this week. It would be perfect after his weights workout, to re-fuel him with carbs as he needs them.

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  8. My son won't eat cheese. Can you make it without cheese or is it necessary to bind it all together? Thank you! Looks delicious!

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  9. Can this be made ahead and frozen or will the biscuits get funny?

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    1. I would suggest baking it first and then freezing it. I don't think the biscuits will do well frozen and then baked.

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  10. I will try this recipe myself. It look delicious.

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  11. This was great, baked it up tonight.... However, I had a problem with the biscuits. They would cook through. I had to keep stirring and returning it to the oven. Cooked for an hour or more!

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  12. You can make this Weight Watcher friendly. Use the Pillsbury 7.5 and the Heart Healthy Soup along with a reduced fat cheese. We use an 8x8 and make four giant servings and it comes to less than 10 SmartPoints per serving.

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  13. You can make this Weight Watcher friendly. Use the Pillsbury 7.5 and the Heart Healthy Soup along with a reduced fat cheese. We use an 8x8 and make four giant servings and it comes to less than 10 SmartPoints per serving.

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  14. My biscuits did not cook compeletely. At times the dough was raw.

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    1. Did you use Pillsbury Grands Jr biscuits? Don't use the big Grands - they are too much dough for this dish. Did you make sure there weren't clumps of dough stuck together?

      I've never had a problem with the biscuits cooking.

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  15. All I found was 6z cans of the juniors. Just checking that it is 12?

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  16. All I found was 6z cans of the juniors. Just checking that it is 12?

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  17. All I found was 6z cans of the juniors. Just checking that it is 12?

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  18. Absolutely delish. Took 40 minutes to cook.

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  19. Is there any way to make this with biscuits from scratch?

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