Chicken Pot Pie Casserole is such an easy way to make Chicken Pot Pie. This crazy good chicken casserole is loaded with carrots, peas, chicken, and topped with a flakey pie crust, making it the ultimate easy comfort food. OBSESSED is an understatement!
Easy Chicken Pot Pie Casserole Recipe
Chicken Pot Pie Casserole is the ultimate comfort food for a chilly night. Chicken Casserole + Pot Pie equals one DELICIOUS recipe!
This casserole is an easy version of the classic chicken pot pie and might just be my new favorite casserole. That’s saying something because we LOVE casseroles around here. Some of my favorites have been our Broccoli Rice Casserole, Reuben Casserole (fun, right?), and Stuffed Pepper Casserole.
This Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe is loaded with the tastiest sauce, chunky chicken, peas, carrots, and more, and topped with a beautiful lattice pie crust. Homey, delicious, fun, and SO COMFORTING. All the flavor and absolutely none of the fuss. I recently made Chicken Pot Pie Soup and remembered just how much I love the flavors of a Chicken Pot Pie.
Don’t you want to just dive in?! Even though the pie crust isn’t made from scratch, people are going to be super impressed with this recipe.
Chicken Pot Pie Casserole
This Chicken Pot Pie Casserole is just perfect for those busy nights where you’re not sure what to cook but you know you’re in need of something special.
The lattice top is so pretty, but if you’re in a real rush, you can just lay the crust on top, poke some holes, and let it do its thing. The easy Chicken Pot Pie recipe will still look delicious and taste exactly the same.
No need to get fancy when dinner awaits! I like to make Chicken Pot Pies as EASY as possible if you couldn’t tell. I want to get right to the eating and not have to slave away in the kitchen.
How to Make Chicken Pot Pie Casserole (Step by Step)
Making this classic dish as easy to serve and share casserole is the best way to do it. It’s the easiest way to make chicken pot pie, and it’s the easiest way to save it for later too. It’s absolutely delicious!
Be sure to watch the video to see the step by step recipe!
Pot Pie + Chicken Casserole
If this Chicken Pot Pie Casserole isn’t the ultimate comfort food, I don’t know what is.
Once you taste this recipe, I know you’ll be as hooked as we are! Casseroles don’t only have to be eaten at grandma’s house, they can be a hit for any family! All the warmth, flavor, and ease that make a truly great meal, all in one place. My kind of recipe!
Is Chicken Pot Pie good for you?
I wouldn’t call this easy chicken pot pie recipe healthy per se…it has heavy cream, wine, butter as well as the pie crust…BUT each serving is under 500 calories so that’s a win in my book!
Everything in moderation. There are healthy tweaks you can make to this recipe to get the calories down even more.
Why is it called Pot Pie?
The origins of this recipe can be found in Greece. They placed meat in pots to serve. It was the Romans that added the top layer of crust, creating the “pie”.
Easy Chicken Recipes
SO MANY! Chicken is my favorite. If you like this easy chicken pot pie recipe, you’ll love these other favorites too:
- Creamy Chicken Soup
- Buttermilk Fried Chicken
- Caesar Chicken
- Chicken Chili with Cream Cheese
- Oven Fried Chicken Breast
If those aren’t your fancy, one of our favorite Chicken Breast Recipes is sure to please! And try our Bacon Cheeseburger Pot Pie for an extra tasty comfort meal.
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Pretty good, but a little lacking in flavor overall.
I’m sorry this recipe wasn’t quite to your tastes, Jennie!
If I want to give this as a “gift meal”, is it better to make it up till baking point then they can cook it from frozen/fridge? Or should I bake it, then freeze?
Either way works well. If frozen, they will need to let it thaw overnight in the refrigerator before baking!
I’m making this now. But will not serve it till tomorrow. Should I make it up to the baking point?
Yes, then place it in the refrigerator until ready to bake! You may need to add an extra 5-10 minutes to the final baking time to make up for the cold start!
Thanks so much for your quick reply.
I saved this as part of a ‘pre-make meal section’. Would this be ok to freeze as you are using cooked chicken in it?
Yes, you can absolutely freeze this!
I tried this recipe last week, it was a hit! Very nice……. thank you.
Im going to try this but i hate carrots and peas so, Im making it with brocolli, corn, mushroom and onions. I will use 2 pie crusts on the bottom and top.
Let us know how it goes!
Just wanted to say- for those complaining that you can’t assume PEAS are in fact included in step 9- life must be hard overall… -_- Otherwise, recipe was great! Thanks!
Thanks for stopping by!
This was so good – big hit in my house. I only had salted butter, so it came out more saltier than expected (but that was my error). Otherwise it was delicious and my husband asked if I can make again.
Love to hear that!
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I made this recipe and it turned out really well. My husband loved it and didn’t have any suggestions for improvement – Yay! I didn’t have white wine so left it out. I substituted 2% milk for the cream, used cooked frozen mixed vegetables, and reduced the amount of pepper to 3/4 tsp as I thought 1tsp was a lot. The sauce was a bit thin so I added a cornstarch slurry and that thickened it perfectly. Great recipe. Will make a again and again.😊
Thanks for sharing, Ellen!