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Pie Iron Chicken Pot Pie

Pot pie is a great home-style, comfort food that can easily be brought to the campsite. After a long day of hiking or swimming, a good warm meal is what you need. But no one wants to spend their time outdoors making a meal. This great pie iron chicken pot pie recipe is so simple yet delicious.

Pie irons are excellent for making breakfast sandwiches and desserts. These are pie iron classics though, so what about something out of the box, like a chicken pot pie?

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When I go camping I try to have as many meals or parts of meals prepared so at the campsite I can keep my cooking work to a minimum. This camping chicken pot pie recipe was super easy to make ahead of time and required minimal work at the campsite. I prepared the inner portion of the meal before camping, put it in a container over ice, and pulled it out when ready to use. This pie iron chicken pot pie will be a hit at your campsite and is a perfect meal for sitting around the fire.

Pie Iron Chicken Pot Pie
Author: Outdoors
Recipe type: Pie Iron
  • 6 oz Oscar Mayer Grilled Chicken Breast Strips
  • 1 can mixed vegetables, drained
  • 1 teaspoon chicken bouillon granules
  • 1 can cream of chicken
  • 2 tubes of Pillsbury big crescent rolls
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • Cooking Spray
  1. In a sealable container mix the grilled chicken breast strips, cream of chicken, vegetables and chicken bullion. Add salt and pepper to taste. Keep refrigerated or in a cooler until needed.
  2. Spray the pie iron well with Pam or any other cooking spray. On a plate roll out the crescent roll package into flat triangles. If you get the big crescent rolls, you should be able to use one triangle and mold it to fit on one side of the pie iron. Put about ⅓-1/2 cup of the chicken mixture on top of the laid out crescent roll in the pie iron. Cover the mixture with another crescent roll. Seal the edges by pressing down on the dough.
  3. To cook, shut the pie iron and place it near the coals of your campfire. Let it cook on each side about 2 minutes. It is usually good to check it before you flip to get an idea of how it is cooking. Once cooked, open the pie iron and slide out on to a plate. This is such an easy way to have a wholesome meal at your campsite!
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