Campbell's is helping me make dinnertime easy!

My kids aren't terribly picky eaters.
Well, unless I'm serving anything that isn't chicken nuggets.  Or mac and cheese.  Or PB&J.  Their taste in food is really one of life's greatest mysteries.  Yesterday's favorites are systematically rejected today due to whatever arbitrary reason they can dream up.
"But MAMA," they whine.  "It's GREEN!  And SMUSHY!" Never mind that yesterday they ate two helpings and licked the plate. 
If this sounds like dinnertime at you're house, you're in luck.
Your picky eaters have finally met their match!  With the help of The Wisest Kid in the WorldTM, Campbell's soup is offering delicious recipes that your kids won't be able to refuse.
But what?  Your kids refuse everything (like mine do sometimes)?  You can find even more fun, quick meal ideas your kids will love at Wisestkid.com, and if you're cooking dinner for your whole family, Campbell's can give you the inspiration you need it at Campbellskitchen.com
For more that 144 years, Campbell Soup Company has been making meals fun and delicious, and that's just what I need when my kids suddenly decide that they hate every meal I prepare.  I have a backup plan, though.  When I make my famous Chicken Pot Pie, everyone eats it and no one complains, because it's just that good.
package of two refrigerated pie crusts 
can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup 
1 can chicken broth
cup diced cooked chicken (I usually use rotisserie, pulled from the bone)
1 can homestyle mixed vegetables, drained
1 teaspoon poultry seasoning
1 teaspoon dried parsley
Allow the pie crusts to come to room temperature.  Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.  Line a deep pie plate or other baking dish (I usually use a large bowl to make mine more rustic looking) with one of the pie crusts, then in a separate bowl, mix the Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup, broth, chicken, vegetables and spices together, then slowly pour into the pie crust.  Top with the second pie crust, crimping the edges to the bottom crust.  Make a few slashes across the top crust to allow steam to escape, then bake for approximately 30 minutes, until the crust is golden brown.
Serve with a side salad and you just made a fabulous dinner that even the pickiest eaters in your house will love! 
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