Ah the ever so famous Chicken Pot Pie Muffins from Biscuits Pinterest recipe found on multiple blogs across the internet, so why not put it on mine! I always do my own spin on things, anyways (and that’s usually due to a lack of ingredients. They don’t call me the cheap chef for nothing, ya know.)


2 boneless skinless chicken breasts or shredded rotisserie chicken from the deli – leftover chicken would work well here too. Anyways, you get the idea.

1 can of cream of chicken soup (or use your own homemade stuff if you’re too good for canned cream soups.)

1 can of biscuits (Pillsbury works well but any kind will do. Store brand? Even better. Cheap cheap, people.)

1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese (or more, really it’s up to you.)

1 cup of corn (I used corn because Mr. Picky Pants honey of mine won’t eat anything green and mushy – you should really opt for frozen mixed veggies if you don’t live with a Mr. Picky Pants)



Cook your chicken – fry it bake it I don’t care, just make sure it’s cooked before you throw it into your mixture.

Chicken Breasts Frying

Chicken Breasts in a frying pan- obviously


While your chicken is cooking throw your cheese, veggies (still frozen) and soup into a mixing bowl and stir it together (Thanks Melissa for the mixing bowls, since we’re too cheap to buy our own!)

Cream of Chicken Soup, Corn and Cheese

Cream of chicken soup, corn and cheese


When your chicken is cooked shred it up with two forks and mix it in with the soup cheese and corn (or veggies.)

Grease your muffin tins and press half of each biscuit into each tin. Spoon the mixture into the biscuit, squish it in. Make sure they are really stuffed.



Then take the other half of your biscuit and cover your tops, try and squish the tops down so they come together with the bottoms but it doesn’t have to be perfect.

Bake these according to the directions on your biscuits, different biscuits have different temperatures/cooking temperatures.

What happened in the oven can’t be explained by science, it’s pure magic. How these came out to be perfectly intact muffins only God knows, but they did, and it was a miracle, and I may have shed a tear.

Chicken Pot Pie Muffin made from a biscuit

The magic muffin


I have to tell you guys it was really hard for me to slice this bad boy open. Look at that beautiful shape and texture. It’s like opening a perfectly wrapped present on Christmas morning.

Chicken Pot Pie Muffin from biscuits



Oh my gosh it was perfect. Nick also says they are one of the best things I’ve ever made and remember – he’s also Mr. Picky Pants, so I think I did well? Yes? YES! If you’ve never done this. Do it now. Witness the magic happen, and enjoy it!


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