Monday, March 22, 2010

dinner time!

A girl at work shared this recipe for mini chicken pot pies. sooo yummy and only 3 weight watchers points a piece! thought I'd pass on the recipe to you girls!

1 (7.5 oz) can Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits

5 oz diced cooked chicken breast

1 can reduced cream of chicken soup

1/2 cup fat free cheddar cheese

1 tsp cried parsley flakes

1/2 tsp black pepper

1 can low sodium Veg-all, drained ( I used about a cup and a half of frozen mixed veggies)

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Seperate biscuits and place each into the well of an ungreased nonstick muffin pan. Press dough up the sides of each well to the edge. Combine all ingredients. Spoon mixture evenly into each biscuit cup. Bake approx 15 minutes or until golden brown. let stand 2-3 mins before serving.

3 points each
OH! and do you want to see something really cute???
just look at this tiny sundae! how freaken cute is that!
the little waffle cup holds about 1/2 cup of icecream the cups are 1 point. The ice cream is breyers no sugar added.. 1 point for 1/2 cup.
Perfect!
Thats all for today all! now I have to go work on some tags for elizabeths swap!
see yas later!

15 comments:

Lori said...

it all looks yummy Viv...i would love to make those little chicken pot pies...but i think my boys would revolt...such picky eaters i have over here...

kathy said...

VIv yumm , HUbs and I love chicken pot pie -- I make one similar -- just use a corning ware dish put it in -- No bread -- but use the
French's onion rings (bits ) on the top after heating the basic ingredients--Then i brown them slightly -
, Yikes guess they are fattening -
Kathy - ga ♥

Kai said...

You make the food look so pretty & fancy! I wanna eat at YOUR house! LOL! Thanks for the mini-potpie recipe! I will definitely make those. And the lil' baby sundaes - well, I don't even LIKE ice cream - never have - but they're so sweet & yummy-looking, I'm tempted to try one!

LuLu Kellogg said...

I love Chicken Pot Pie! This is a wonderful recipe Viv...thanks!!

LuLu♥

Tammy @ tinselshop.com said...

Viv,

Yummy, thanks for the recipe and the points! I am about to go back on Weight Watchers and this looks SO GOOD!

Best wishes,
Tammy

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Jingle said...

Okay, so I'm officially hungry now! These look so yummy!

Sandy said...

Oh my gosh! I have to get started and checl out Weight Watchers again! This looks really yummy! When I can have some form of carb and gravy ( kind of) I am ahappy camper! I will be keeping this one! :)

Tracy Suzanne said...

Hey Viv. Oh My Goodness, this dinner looks so good. I believe I know what's going to be for dinner tonight or tomorrow night. I am really craving this now.

Thanks for coming by and leaving your Sunday memories. I'll be having the drawing soon.

Have a fun Wednesday. Hugs...Tracy :)

Mica said...

yummy yummy to my tummy...I can taste it all!!!!! Mica

Little Lovables said...

sounds yummy!!

Creative Breathing said...

Vivian, I love to eat with you! This is a recipe I will definitely try. Stop making tags!!!! You only need 13!!! I'm in a quandry to find a way to mail them. Meri's tags are larger than 6"'s. Oh are they super! I think I will have to do hand stamped envelopes. All together they are already pretty thick. Next time I'm going for shipping tag size - small! Have a great week! E

Valarie said...

Viv.....these look amazing. I am on WW also, and am always looking for something new. I tried your chocolate pumpkin muffins...they were delicious. I hope you have a wonderful week. Thanks for the sweet words you always leave on my blog. You make me smile.
xxoo Valarie

barbara burkard said...

nummy yummy....

Susan said...

OMG! It looks so good. I really have to try these. 3 points, cant go wrong. Need to add in that sundae also!

Have a great weekend!