Posted: 5/18/2012 2:17:59 PM
My husband and I loved this! So good, quick, and easy! The recipe has been passed around to family! I did use the canned whole wheat biscuits though. A little better for you and you can't taste a difference!
Posted: 10/24/2011 9:49:50 PM
Made with one can chicken noodle soup and one can cream of mushroom with milk, added brown chicken pieces, corn and green onion. Was great!
Posted: 10/9/2011 8:45:09 AM
I'd rather use my own soup also, try the recipes on the Swanson Broth or Stock box. They also have low sodium. Very simple, I make it all the time. Dumplings are good on a veggie soup too.
Posted: 10/1/2011 8:27:17 AM
Not sliders like I make, but an excellent and fast way to deliciousness. Enjoyed them very much. Ssshh (Don't tell my Southern friends and family)
Posted: 9/29/2011 9:01:56 PM
Scrumptious!! Had a cup of leftover chicken chunks I threw in as extras. This is delicious. Too much of ANYTHING is not good for you, I'm a Southern Girl and when I indulge and enjoy white breads, NOTHING beats Pillsbury. This is quick, my scratch C&D take two hours. Love it, love it, love it!!
Posted: 9/29/2011 7:54:24 PM
I would suggest using Healthy Starts soup or something comparable to avoid the sodium.
I also would make my own chicken soup and use the biscuits as suggested for dumplings for a healthier meal.
Also want to add, most Doctors say to avoid white breads!
Posted: 9/29/2011 12:30:15 AM
Is there a recipe that tells you how to make the chicken soup. Chicken soup from a prepared can is not going to help if I want to make the soup.
Posted: 9/28/2011 7:22:00 PM
Not really a review as I haven't made it. I am allergic to most canned soups. When I saw this recipe I was really hoping it was a real recipe and not "open a can of soup". So I appreciate the suggestion to make from scratch. In 30 minutes you can easily cook some chicken in broth with seasonings and dumplings. 30 minutes to me really isn't quick.
Posted: 9/28/2011 1:26:41 PM
I dislike using canned soups, too much sodium. You can do the same by simmering some chicken tenders, salt pepper and onions, and a bag of frozen mixed veggies or peas and carrots for 5 min. Then add your biscuits, or use bisquick to make the dumplings and you are done in 25 minutes. Tastes great, is much healthier and you've seasoned it your way.
Posted: 9/15/2011 8:34:50 AM
Made it last night and we both liked it. I ended up adding another can of soup. My husband suggested baking it so the dumplings would be a little more "bread like". I'll try that next time along w/adding in some cooking cream cheese (garlic flavored). A very easy recipe to make for after working all day.