Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Chicken and Dumpling Soup.

The other night I finally made my Mother-in-law's Chicken and Dumpling Soup. This has been one of my favorites for years and I just now got around to asking her the recipe. I am not sure why I didn't ask her sooner. The last time I had it was after Easton was born, so almost 2 years ago. It's super easy and super yummy.

Chicken and Dumpling Soup

1 whole young chicken
2-4 cans of refrigerated Pillsbury biscuits
3-4 chicken bouillon cubes

First boil the chicken, about an hour. Strain your chicken broth and bring back to a boil. Add some water and chicken bouillon cubes, this just depends how much your making and how much liquid you want. Cut up biscuits, you can cut them into quarters or smaller depending how big you like them. They will expand when cooking. After the chicken has cooled a little started ripping it apart. take off all the chicken. Let the biscuits cook for awhile and then add your chicken and let cook for about 10 minutes or so. Salt and pepper to taste.

This is really simple and easy to make. You cannot really mess it up.


  1. So excited you posted this!! I have been meaning to search for a reciepe for about a year lol and kept forgetting. It looks yummy!

  2. This looks so yummy and would be so easy to just add some veggies too....definetly going to try this one out. Thanks!

  3. This looks delicious! Thanks for posting. Also, thank you for always being so supportive on my blog. I appreciate it so much and always look forward to you visiting.

  4. Oh.....this makes me hungry!!
    Looks so delicious and it is easy to make :)
    Great winter dish!
    Thank you!!

  5. sounds do-able! thanks for sharing. i have never tried chicken and dumplings, but i should!



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