You will find that I chose to buy a rotisserie chicken and pre-made pie crust. PLEASE, if you have the time and cook from scratch make these for your pot pies and you will be rewarded with a wonderful treat. Maybe next year this will happen for me. (wink,wink)
Time is a juggling act right now. One day I have lots of spare minutes and the next I have but a few minutes to spare. When I was younger and over involved with too many obligations, I would get frustrated at this time game.
Not this time.
I treasure the days that I can hold Finnley for hours. She is my last. It is so weird looking into her eyes and knowing I have turned a mile stone. No more babies for me. I am sad. I take each day with stride and do the best I can. Homeschooling Isabella takes priority over most things. Once that is done then I can devote time to the house, laundry and work.
I have to remind myself of a saying that I have found myself saying to others, "there is a time and season; this time with your babies goes by super fast, enjoy it!" I am taking my advice and enjoying it.
I hope that you find this chicken pot pie delicious. I was able to make up a few extra and freeze them for use at a later date.
** I have added notations to the recipe to make this gluten free. Notice instructions in bold.
pie crust from Pillsbury that is already to go).