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Trader Joe’s Is Now Selling Chicken Pot Pie RAVIOLI

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Pot pies are a tricky food. We love them to death, but they can often be heavier than we’d like. For those who can’t commit to an entire pie, Trader Joe’s has released a new Chicken Pot Pie Ravioli.

Regular ravioli’s are stuffed with the contents of a chicken pot pie for customers to enjoy bite after bite. The ingredients of the pot pie mix include whole peas, diced carrots, caramelized onions and chunks of white meat chicken. The signature pot pie items are swimming in a creamy chicken-based sauce and packed inside the ravioli.

All you have to do is boil the pasta for 5 to 6 minutes and they’re ready to enjoy. According to Trader Joe’s, you can also get creative and fry or bake them.

Patrons can find an 8-ounce package of Chicken Pot Pie Ravioli at Trader Joe’s locations for $3.99 in the refrigerated sections.

 

 

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Chicken Pot Pie Cone Frees Your Hand for Other Extracurricular Activities

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After the success of his Apple Pie Cone — also peek: Pizza Waffle Cone, Reuben Sandwich Cone — the purveyor of whacky eats, Nick of Dude Foods, decided to follow it up with a savory counterpart. Thus, the Chicken Pot Pie Cone was birthed from the bowels of his kitchen. Ladies.

Grabbing some pre-made pie crust, Nick wrapped it around a cone shape and baked it in the oven at 400° F for 10 minutes. Afterwards, he scooped all the chicken pot pie innards into the cone, packing it with chopped chicken, peas, carrots and chicken broth, then placed it back into the oven. Peek the full recipe here.

The result, was a warm, handheld pot pie that Nick claims was even better than its dessert version. We aren’t picking sides though and will opt to Edward Fortyhands both.

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Personal Pie Factory

You had me at pie. With this handy machine the only limit to the contents of your own personal pies is your imagination! Feel like a classic chicken pot pie? No problem. Feel like four chicken pot pies? Totally doable! Don’t be afraid to stray off of conventions here either. Try experimenting with s’mores pies, or a pie filled pie… I’m not sure if that last one’s a real thing, but you can make it a real thing! ($26 @ ThinkGeek)