Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie is a staple in my home.  Talk about comfort food!  The combination of flaky pie crust, creamy sauce, and hearty insides… it makes for the perfect meal.  And it is an easy way to sneak in some vegetables for your kids!  This recipe is my mother’s and is now one of my family’s favorite.  Whenever it is a cold day and I ask my husband what he would like for dinner, he always asks for my Chicken Pot Pie!



2 cups cooked chicken, diced
2 small potatoes, diced
1 carrot, diced
1 rib celery, chopped
1/2 cup frozen peas
4 T. butter
4 T. flour
2 cups milk
½ tsp. poultry seasoning (optional)
¼ tsp. black pepper
3 tsp. chicken bullion
3 cups hot water


Pare-boil veggies until tender in water. Once cooked, drain. Stir in chicken.
Melt butter and add flour to form a roux.
Add milk and stir constantly until sauce thickens.
Add poultry seasoning, pepper, and chicken bouillon.
Stir in veggies and chicken.
Pour into a large deep-dish pie tin.
Top with piecrust.
Cut air vents with sharp scissors.
Bake 20 minutes at 400° or until golden brown.

Pie Crust

3 cups flour
1 ½ tsp. salt
1 cup plus 2 T. shortening
1 egg
1 tsp. vinegar
5 T. cold water

Sift together flour and salt, cut in shortening.  Combine egg water and vinegar.  Add to flour and knead 12 times.  Let stand 10 minutes.  Roll out thin, top for pie.

**To save on time, you can use an already made pie crust dough.  My favorite is the Pillsbury brand.



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  1. Jocelyn

    This is a top favorite in our house too!!! I love a good chicken pot pie...I will have to give this one a try too!!!

    1. Keshia

      What do you do if you have bullion cubes?

  2. Michelle

    I love trying your recipes. This one is next.

  3. Anonymous

    Oh simply yum! I love chicken pot pie! Gonna be lazy and use a ready made crust~thanks so much for another great recipe!

  4. Aimee

    I guess I need to try your pie crust recipe, it looks so nice and flaky (unlinke mine). this looks amazing!

  5. Beckie

    This is a pie crust recipe I've never seen before. I can't wait to try it. does it work well with fruit pies?

  6. decocinasytacones

    Wow, this looks delicious.Thanks for sharing!, I love pies.Love from the north of SpainMarialuisa

  7. Cindy

    This looks delicious. I will conquer my fear of pie crusts! This week--I'll report my success.

  8. mividaenundulce

    I never make chicken pot, even I saw a lot of recipes to make it. But when I saw yours I start thinking, why not? Look how wonderful it looks...makes you have a try...!!!

  9. Carrie @ young living oil lady

    I am a big fan of your blog and enjoy your linky party and all the wonerful recipes on your site! Nothing like homemade chicken pot pie! YUM! Would love for you to link up and share it with us at Kids in the Kitchen: free to link up every Tuesday, we'd love to have you.

  10. Andrea

    I found this on pinterest and fell in love. Your blog is great and I am so happy to be your newest follower. when you have a chance come by and check me out at Quest for Delish. I am gonna have to give this recipe a try. I love chicken pot pie but never seem to be able to make a good one.

  11. Lindalou

    This looks so good and although I've made chicken pot pie in the past, they not been successful. I came over from The Answer is Chocolate. Just so you know.

  12. Paula Meyer

    Last night I asked my husband if he had any ideas for what he'd like for dinner this week. His answer, to my surprise, chicken pot pie without peas (he hates peas, strong word yes, but it's that bad). I have not made this yet, so I checked Chef in Training and sure enough, Nikki comes to the rescue, AGAIN! I plan to make this tonight, without peas of course. My husband will be happy as he loves comfort foods, and I am too b/c this recipe looks very simple and delicious. Thank you Nikki!

  13. Jodie

    Where did you get your pie stand?

  14. Karla Allen

    Is the chicken bullion supposed to go in the water that cooks the vegetables or in the milk mixture (roux)?