15 Minute Recipe: Simple Creamy Chicken Noodle Pot Pie

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Progresso. All thought and opinions are those of our own.

Being a mom and always being on the go is a rough and tiring job, by the time dinner comes around I know I’m already exhausted and wanting to head to bed…but you know, kids, they want dinner. Some of those nights I draw a blank on what we should have for dinner, or I just completely forgot to thaw something out. Just recently I ran into that dilemma. That’s when I remembered I purchased a few cans of Progresso Traditional Chicken Noodle Soup.  I was trying to rack my brain on something to make with it to stretch it a little further and I thought of a great idea. Simple Creamy Chicken Noodle Pot Pie. Brilliant and different, yet super easy!

Ingredients:
– 2 cans of Progresso Traditional Chicken Noodle Soup (amount varies based on how many you’re feeding)
– 2 Tablespoons of Flour
– 2 Tablespoons of Butter
– 3/4 cup of Milk
– A can of your favorite biscuits from the refrigerated section

Directions:
– Preheat your oven and put your biscuits in the oven according to package directions.
– Heat up your Progresso Chicken Noodle Soup in a pan.
– While that’s heating, in a small skillet melt your butter over medium heat. Once the butter is melted, sprinkle your flour around and whisk it together with the melted butter. (You’re making a roux here) Once it’s cooked out for about a minute to cook that flour, slowly add in your milk while whisking it together. This is crucial so you don’t get any lumps in your roux. Let that come together for a couple minutes and it will thicken up nice for you.

– Once your roux is complete, pour it into the HOT Progresso Chicken Noodle Soup, and stir it together. Let it cook for a few minutes, and it should thicken up as well. Once this is combined, salt and pepper to taste.
– Pour your mixture into some bowls and place a freshly baked biscuit right on top as your “pot pie” crust.
– Enjoy!

My kids really enjoyed this, and it was something different than just opening a can of soup. They gave two thumbs up! The best part is, it only takes 15 minutes to cook from start to finish since Progresso already made the soup, dinner starter, for you! Pick up some Progresso today, and think outside of the box for your next dinner and create something new. I’d love to hear what you came up with!!!

I feel good about feeding my kids Progresso soup because it’s such a great product!

  • No antibiotics
  • Quality ingredients
  • Easy to cook with
  • Full & Satisfied

Stock up on some different flavors next time you head to your nearest Walmart!

What do you think about this recipe? Is there anything that you make with Progresso soup as a meal starter?

 

Disclosure: Everything Mommyhood was compensated for this posting. All thoughts and opinions are those of our own. If you would like to see your product/service/brand featured, please contact us at EverythingMommyhood@gmail.com.

Comments

  1. Armando Rincon says:

    love it,simple, quick and tasty for those emergency dinners.

  2. USSROVER (Michael) says:

    have a simple & quick recipe 1 Large can of dinty moore beef stew, 2-3 cups rice cook rice, heat stew mix together about 20 mins.

  3. Jerry Marquardt says:

    I would definitely would love to try the Simple Creamy Chicken Noodle Pot Pie. I think it is a great plate, of which it’s on my menu later in the week.

  4. Wow! I like this recipe as I’m always on the lookout for something quick to fix on those days when I have to work late. Plus I love progresso soups and can often find them on sale! When you’re feeding a large family, like I do, finding healthy and quick recipes are hard work. Thanks for sharing!

  5. America Salyers says:

    I love how you took the canned soup and made such an amazing dinner! I think my kids might actually eat this! Haha!

  6. Yum! I am going to try this! Perfect for this cool weather.

  7. rhonda miotke says:

    Great idea! So simple for a nice lunch or even supper. Added to my Pinterest for use later. Thanks.

  8. Melissa Storms says:

    This looks like a great weeknight dinner. I love Progresso soups and never thought of using it this way.

  9. This recipe is a lifesaver as I love hearty meals that do not take that long to cook. Thank you.

  10. This looks and sounds so delicious and comforting. I love the creamy aspect, and the biscuit- a few of my favorite things. I work in the ER odd hours so quick and yummy meals are always my favorite!

  11. Hey I make this same dish! It is super good and really filling especiaLLY ON A WINTERS DAY.

  12. Karley Moore says:

    This looks like something my family would love!

  13. I love recipes that are quick and delicious. With the winter months looming I’ll be sure to save this recipe to use on those cold and snowy evenings. There is nothing like comfort food!

  14. Laura Unger says:

    This looks so tasty! I’m constantly looking for quick and yummy recipes for dinner and now that it’s getting colder this is perfect!

  15. Amber Ludwig says:

    How perfectly easy!! LOVE it!! Canned soup is my go to for easy meals in the winter but this is such a great way to dress it up a bit!

  16. I never would have thought to do this. I love this quick and easy recipe.

  17. Becky Kinard says:

    This sounds good and I am all about meals that are quick and delicious; I will definitely have to try this.

  18. denise low says:

    Thank you for sharing. This looks good and not a lot of time to do. We work so this sounds real simple.

  19. Ellen Beck says:

    It doesnt get much easier! I think you could do dumplings, biscuits, drop biscuits, nearly anything on hand for this and it would trun out well. It looks good.

  20. This looks hearty and filling.Also quick and easy to make. My favorite chicken noodle recipe is chicken and dumplings. Definitely will pin this on my Pinterest board. Thanks for sharing.

  21. What a great and yummy weeknight meal. Thank you for the post.

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