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Chicken Potpie

Fall 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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This chicken potpie is studded with peas, mushrooms, carrots and onions and topped with tender whole-wheat biscuits. The savory sauce gets a rich taste from reduced-fat sour cream, but with less fat and calories. And it ends up just as delicious and comforting as you expect.



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Chicken Potpie

19 Reviews for Chicken Potpie

05/19/2010

This was a great dish, I also tried some variations: added a dash of nutmeg and some half and half for a creamier consistency and used whole wheat biscuits from a can for a quicker fix. I baked it for 15 minutes at 400 then placed the biscuits on top and baked according to directions on can. All in all a healthy dish.

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01/17/2010

We really enjoy this dish. It is healthy and has all of the taste and nutrition that we like. I think this is a great recipe and we make it at least twice a month.

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01/05/2010

This no way tastes like health food. Its rich and comforting. I made a few variations. I added a few more veggies to make it more nutritious. Bell peppers and corns worked well. I didnt have chicken stock/broth at hand so i used plain water instead. It worked fine plus it reduced the calories and sodium. All in all a must try.

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11/29/2009

I found this chicken potpie was very edible as far as healthy meals go, but as a chicken potpie conneseiur I will not be making it again because there are just so many better recipes out there (albeit not nearly as healthy). I especially did not enjoy the addition of mushrooms to the mix. Worth trying if you are searching for the ultimate healthy chicken pot pie recipe, as I am.

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