Recipe for Chicken Pot Pie

Need a simple meal that takes advantage of homemade mixes and other things that you have in your pantry and fridge? Your family will love this recipe for Chicken Pot Pie.

Make your own Chicken Pot Pie totally from scratch with this simple recipe. No canned condesned soups or boxed biscuit mixes in this one! #homemadepotpie #chickenpotpie

Recipe for Chicken Pot Pie

I love this recipe because it takes advantage of a bunch of different “make-your-own” things. Plus it’s so yummy and perfect for a chilly winter evening. This dish has veggies, meat, dairy, and bread. Serve fruit for dessert and you’ve got it made!

Recipe for Chicken Pot Pie

What you need:

If you haven’t already, start by using the Cream of Soup Mix to make the liquid soup.

Then, mix the 1/2 cup milk and the egg with 1 cup of the baking mix that I also used for the Cheeseburger Bake. (If you have my book, Little House Living, you can use the Baking Mix recipe found in there instead.) For this particular pot pie, I used green beans, corn, and broccoli but you can use any veggies you have on hand.

Mix the chicken, veggies, and cream soup together in a bowl. I didn’t measure my ingredients because it’s easiest just to use what you have on hand. If you have more chicken, use that. No chicken and lots of veggies? Go with a veggie Pot Pie.

Next, pour into a pie plate. Top with the biscuit mixture.

Bake at 400F for about 30 minutes or until the crust is nice and brown.

Enjoy!

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Recipe for Chicken Pot Pie

Ingredients

  • Veggies frozen or canned
  • 1 cup Cream of Chicken Soup not the dried mix but made with the liquid
  • Chicken chopped and cooked
  • Biscuit mix
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup cheese

Instructions

  1. If you haven't already, start by using the Cream of Soup Mix to make the liquid soup.

  2. Then, mix the 1/2 cup milk and the egg with 1 cup of the baking mix that I also used for the Cheeseburger Bake. (If you have my book, Little House Living, you can use the Baking Mix recipe found in there instead.)
  3. For this particular pot pie, I used green beans, corn, and broccoli but you can use any veggies you have on hand.
  4. Mix the chicken, veggies, and cream soup together in a bowl. I didn't measure my ingredients because it's easiest just to use what you have on hand. If you have more chicken, use that. No chicken and lots of veggies? Go with a veggie Pot Pie.
  5. Next, pour into a pie plate.
  6. Top with the biscuit mixture.Bake at 400F for about 30 minutes or until the crust is nice and brown.
  7. Enjoy!

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If you need to find a simple and frugal way to buy and cook chicken, I would also recommend reading my blog post on Cooking a Whole Chicken. The chicken produced in that tutorial is perfect for this recipe for Chicken Pot Pie!

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This recipe for Chicken Pot Pie was originally posted on Little House Living in December 2010. It has been updated as of August 2019.

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8 Comments

  1. I made this for my family the other night and it has made the “family favorites” list at our home. I especially liked the Cream of Chicken Soup recipe, it will be very helpful in other recipes.

  2. Hi, I am new to your site. Found you from the Amish Cook website. For the chicken pot pie, how much cream of chicken soup do you use for this and how many cups of chicken and vegetables? Also, I see 1/2 c. of cheese is required but do not know where to add that. Thanks.

  3. I just made the chicken pot pie from your cookbook and it is very runny. Did you forget to list a thickener? I see this one calls for cream of chicken soup.

    1. Both are different recipes. The one in the book shouldn’t be runny unless frozen vegetables were added that still retained a little too much water.