Recipe – Yumsville Beef Pot Pie

I try to feature a simple dinner recipe for your Happy Home at least once a week.

Happy Homes are busy and I know quick and easy meals are a massive blessing!

This Beef Pot Pie was super tasty and it was so pretty to look at I was kind of impressed that little ole’ me had made it!

I am going to warn you, though, if you’re not a huge fan of thyme, you might want to steer clear or pick a different spice, because this recipe is yummy, but definitely thyme-y!

Ingredients:16 oz. pkg. frozen mixed vegetables

2 T water

1/2 tsp dried thyme

12 oz. jar mushroom gravy

1 lb. roast beef, cubed

pepper to taste

8 oz. tube refrigerated crescent rolls (you just can’t go wrong when these babies are in a recipe!)Step 1 – Combine vegetables, water, and thyme in a skillet.Step 2 – Pick out all of the lima beans because your Happy Hubby doesn’t like them. :-)

Then cook over medium heat until veggies are thawed, about 3 minutes.Step 3 – Stir in gravy and bring to a boil.

Remove from heat.Step 4 – Add beef and mix well.Step 5 – Transfer beef mixture to a 9″ glass pie plate and sprinkle with pepper.Step 6 – Separate crescent rolls into 8 triangles.

Starting at wide ends, roll up halfway and then arrange over the beef mixture so that the pointed ends are directed to the center.Step 7 – Bake at 375 degrees for 17-19 minutes, or until rolls are golden brown.

Serves about 6-8 hungry Happy Hubby and Happy Buddies.YUMSVILLE!

Happy Beef Pot Pie-ing! :-)

3 thoughts on “Recipe – Yumsville Beef Pot Pie

  1. Thanks for this recipe – we made it tonight and it was YUMMY! I made a few modifications: added chopped onion to the veggie mixture, added garlic with the gravy, and used Italian seasoning instead of thyme. I have a feeling this will end up in the rotation!

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