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JESUSCARES Posts: 253
5/3/12 10:46 P

Thanks Snoopy--that looks like a great quick (and lower calorie) pot pie recipe.

SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,681
5/3/12 2:41 P

Low calorie !!

BEEF OR CHICKEN POT PIE

1 cup cooked beef or chicken, cut into bite sized pieces
2 cups your favorite vegetables cooked ( broccoli, green beans,sweet potatoes etc )
1 (10 ounce) can fat free beef or chicken gravy
1 cup Bisquick reduced-fat baking mix
1/2 cup skim milk
1 egg

Preheat oven to 400°F.

Mix beef or chicken, veggies and gravy together and spread into bottom of non greased 9-inch round glass pie pan.

Mix remaining ingredients (Bisquick, milk and egg) and pour on top of chicken mixture.

Bake in oven for 30 minutes or until top turns golden brown





MRSJOCCO SparkPoints: (23,433)
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4/26/12 8:06 P

I assume you're looking to reduce the calories, fat, sodium, etc.. I looked at all 28 of the SparkRecipes for beef pot pie and they were all pretty "costly."

My suggestions would be to use turnips, rutabagas or parsnips instead of potatoes, add lots of celery and other "lite" vegetables (kale, spinach, mushrooms, fennel) to the carrots and peas and just put a crust on the top (as opposed to a double crust). emoticon

I love pot pie, too!

LADYMOTHER1 SparkPoints: (17)
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4/26/12 6:52 P

If someone can come up with a way to lower the nutritional stats, I would really appreciate it. I'm doing a home made pie crust. This is the first time I have ever used the sparkpeople recipe area and I guess I'm not user friendly yet. Thank you

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