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Michael Strahan's Easy Chicken Pot Pie


Michael Strahan's Easy Chicken Pot Pie


Easy Chicken Pot Pie


1.5-2 lbs. chicken breasts, cooked and diced

1 pkg. mixed veggies (steam in bag)

8 oz. Velveeta cheese

1 can cream of mushroom soup

1 can crescent rolls

Combine cooked chicken with cooked veggies, Velveeta, and soup. Spray a rectangular baking dish and add the chicken mixture. Then open the can of crescent rolls and lay them out flat across the top. Gently stretch the dough to cover the chicken mixture. Bake at 350° for 20-25 minutes until the top is golden brown.

Michael Strahan was born November 21, 1971, in Houston, Texas. He got a football scholarship to Texas Southern University and was selected by the Giants in the 1993 NFL draft. He later transitioned from NFL star to broadcaster after he retired from football. He co-hosted Live! with Kelly and Michael from 2012 to 2016, has been an analyst on Fox NFL Sunday, and joined ABC’s Good Morning America as a co-anchor. He is now expanding his career as an executive producer for a new medical drama on ABC called The Front Line.

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