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My son has discovered the love of Chicken Pot Pies. He’s 14. He eats a lot.
I’ve made Pioneer Woman’s Chicken Pot Pie and was amazed by how easy it was. My recipe below of course was inspired by her.
I was recently asked to partner up with the Frozen Food Foundation, so it was a perfect opportunity to try the pot pie recipe with frozen mixed veggies.
A study conduced by the Frozen Food Foundation and University of Georgia revealed that, in many cases, the nutritional value – namely the amounts of Vitamins A, C and folate- of frozen fruits and vegetables is greater than that if fresh-stored produce owing nutrient degradation resulting from long term storage.
Pretty fascinating findings in favor of nutrition. Which makes this mama happy. Having a selection of frozen foods makes making dinner or quick snacks a breeze. It’s so much easier for me to have more items on hand when I need them. It’s nice to know I’m not giving up taste or nutrition.
I received 7 vouchers for frozen food items in the mail to try. My son will be thrilled with the Hot Pockets/Lean Pockets. All the others I plan on using as either a quick lunch or dinner making staples. Stocking up is easy when their frozen. No spoiling.
- Stouffers / Lean Cuisine
- Healthy Choice
- Hot Pockets/Lean Pockets
- Maria Callenders
- Birds Eye
- Green Giant
Who’s ready for some Chicken Pot Pie? This baby is ready for the oven! My pup (the black blob watching) is just waiting for me to walk away so she can try to have a taste. She’s really good at counter surfing.
Easy Chicken Pot Pie