I found this gem on Pinterest which led me here: http://www.tablespoon.com/recipes/chicken-pot-pie-cupcakes/88c3fb89-0b08-466d-bb26-27c50aac24fd. These turned out pretty tasty and we both really enjoyed them. I will tweak it a little next time (which I will clarify later), but still turned out good the way the recipe is.
I started by poaching 1 chicken breast. I put 1 chicken breast in a small pot (big enough for it to fit), then covered it with water. I brought that to a boil over the stove, then covered it and turned the heat to a simmer for 15 minutes. When it is done, remove and let rest a few minutes before cutting into bite size peices.
While the chicken is poaching, preheat the oven to 400 degrees and start pulling the rest of your stuff mixed together. You will need 1 can cream of chicken soup, 2 tsp Herbs De Provence (recipe calls for 1 tbsp., but it was pretty strong so I would cut this down a little next time), 1 tsp onion powder, 1 tsp garlic salt. Mix that, then add 1 C shredded cheddar cheese (we love sharp), and 1 C frozen mixed veggies (our mix had green beans, peas, carrots, and corn). By the time you are done with that mixture, your chicken should be cooled enough to cut up and add to the mix. Stir till sell combined and mixed through.
Pull your Pillsbury biscuits out of the refrigerator, and open both cans. Lightly spray your muffin tin with cooking spray, then roll out a biscuit to flatten it, and put in the muffin tin pressing it down to the bottom and it should be a little over the top, then put a heaping spoon full of the mixture in the middle. repeat for the rest of the muffins (the mixture will make 12, and then we just baked up the last 4 biscuits). Once you have them all filled, use the rest of the filling to top off any that look a little skimpy. Bake for about 15 minutes (check it at 12 just to be sure they are looking good and not burning, 15 was perfect for ours). Remove from the oven and let rest at least 3 minutes.
Serve them up and dig in with a fork or like you would eating a cupcake. Up to you. Enjoy!