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Oh how I love homemade biscuits! And I happen to be a huge pot pie fan as well so this recipe brings both of those dishes crashing together! This is the perfect dish for using that leftover turkey or chicken you have from the night before. And if you want new flavors, you can always add fresh herbs and spices that you love the most.
This biscuit pot pie recipe is really delicious and worth the effort for sure, but this recipe could be modified with store bought biscuits to save time in a pinch. I urge you to try it the first time with the from scratch biscuits as they are heavenly. This is the perfect dish for your next potluck or function. Please let us know how yours turns out and please share with all of your friends.
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Quick Tip: Add fresh herbs to your liking!