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Jacob's Haystack-style Chicken Pie!

October 3, 2023 • 0 comments

This past Sunday when I came home from church, my 3 brothers were waiting for me with a new Dish! Jacob somehow thought it up, and it was one of the best meals ever!! Jacob is just 15 years old, and this is simple, fun, decorative, and with Homemade Ketchup it was so fulfilling! Plus I usually don't have breakfast before church, so a Hearty Meal after church is so good!
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  • Servings: 6-9



  1. First, thaw the Chicken Pie and Scrapple.
  2. Next, Pile the scrapple on top of the Pie. Jacob didn't slice it, he just made a nice round chunk, and put it on the chicken pie. 
  3. Bake it at 375 for 50 minutes.
  4. Then make 4 small ponds on top of the scrapple, and drop 1 egg in each pond. (We call it a pond or a nest, but it is just a small hole!!)
  5. Bake again at 375 for 25 minutes.
  6. It should be ready! So have your table ready, and enjoy Jacob's Haystack-style Chicken Pie!


  • We used a 9-inch Pie, but we have 6-inch pies available!
  • We used 2 pounds of Scrapple, but that was plenty! (Loose sausage or Burger meat would also work, but Scrapple is a big traditional meat among the Amish.)
  • Should serve around 6-9 people, depending on how much they eat!!
  • We served with Homemade Ketchup!

This recipe wasn't run by a Kitchen Professional, so hopefully you understand the wording and recipe!

If you want to leave comments to Jacob, please comment below or email it to me!

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