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Chicken and Dumplings CasseroleIf you’re looking for a not-too-guilty pleasure to enjoy on a cold winter night, look no further. This hearty dish satisfies all the comfort food cravings, and is made lighter but no less luscious with oat milk and gluten free dumplings. Now let’s talk dumplings, aka the best part. Dumplings are typically chewy nuggets of boiled biscuit dough, but when you stud them into a casserole instead, the result is moist and chewy on the bottom, fluffy in the middle and crispy on top. Win. Win. Win. Seasoned with Herbes de Provence, and paired with leeks, carrots and peas the casserole is somehow both hearty and beckoning to spring at the same time. Enjoy!

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