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  • If you think that's too much work, you can also put the pot pies in your microwave but I'm not a big fan of doing that since they don't seem to taste quite the same that way

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      Whenever I’m in a hurry to make a filling dinner, or if I am on a limited budget, the first thing I turn to is Banquet Pot Pies.

      Usually available at our local Wal-mart for


      50 cents each, Banquet’s Pot Pies are a great way to feed a hungry family with little work or mess. All that is required is putting the pot pie in the oven for 45 minutes and then serving it. There’s little to no prep time; unless you count preheating the oven. If you think that’s too much work, you can also put the pot pies in your microwave but I’m ...

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      not a big fan of doing that since they don’t seem to taste quite the same that way.

      In addition to being filling, the pot pies also come very close to being a well balanced meal.

      They have both the meat and a good mix of vegetables inside. In essence, they are a main course that mixes all the side dishes in too. The only thing you have to make separate is the dessert.




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Shayna Resnick says :

I prefer Marie Calanders pot pies.

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