Chicken Pot Pie


Chicken Pot Pie is a classic comfort food that has always been one of my top favorites. This recipe is so savory and flavorful. Juicy chicken mixed with your favorite vegetables and gravy, all within a delicious crispy crust- YUM! Cook the filling slowly and watch it thicken right up – a great meal for any occasion : )


  • 2 large chicken breasts- cut into cubes
  • 3/4 diced yellow onion
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 cup frozen carrots & peas (mixed)
  • 1 cup frozen corn
  • 1 cup frozen green beans
  • 3/4 cup diced celery
  • 3 cups chicken broth
  • 1 can cream of mushroom soup
  • 1 can cream of celery soup
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 large russet potato, peeled and cut into cubes
  • 1 packet McCormick chicken gravy
  • Salt, pepper



  1. Lightly Sprinkle chicken cubes with salt and pepper and combine in pan with tablespoon of butter and diced onions. Cook on medium, stirring occasionally. Make sure onions remain soft and do not cook too fast (if so, turn heat down).
  2. As the chicken cooks, combine vegetables, 1/2 cup milk, 2 cans of soup, along with 2 cups of chicken broth in a separate pot on stove on medium heat, stirring occasionally.
  3. Add the chicken and onions from the pan when they are cooked.
  4. Mix McCormick chicken gravy with one cup of cold water, and whisk until combined thoroughly. Pour it slowly into pot pie filling, mixing as you do so. It will continue to thicken as it cooks.
  5. Here is where I use the remaining chicken broth with discretion, depending on the thickness of the filling. You may use additional cup of broth if desired, or, if desired consistency has been reached, feel free to omit.
  6. Continue to cook mixture slowly, it will continue to thicken as it cooks. I leave mine at least partially uncovered to let some liquid evaporate. Turn heat off once your crust is nearly ready. Instructions-Crust:
  7. Mix all crust ingredients together, I make 2 separate batches. Roll each batch into a ball- if it gets too sticky, add a little flour.
  8. Sprinkle additional flour on a flat surface and roll dough into a large, thin circle- enough to cover the bottom and sides of a pie dish. If the dough is thin in spots, you can use some additional dough from your second batch to firm up the crust- just leave enough for the top as well.
  9. Roll out second batch of dough and use a knife to cut long strips.

Completing your pie:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spoon the pie filling into the pie dish and top with remaining crust.
    Brush beaten egg and then melted butter around the sides and on the top of the crust. The egg adds shine to your crust while the butter creates a beautiful golden color. It makes a big difference!
  2. Cook in oven for approximately 40 minutes, or until top of crust is golden brown and inside is bubbly.



  1. Charles Rawson

    Love your recipes, something I can cook

  2. Heather Clark

    Recipe for the dough to make chicken pot pit with homemade crust was not included. I would be interested in this post of the recipe as well.

    • Beverly geibel

      To me it looks like Pepperidge farm sheet pastry dough, nice and flakey…

    • Lynda Barath

      Did you ever find out what ingredients are used to make the dough? I was interested in making this also but need to find out what ingredients are needed! Thank you, Lynda

  3. Anthony Materese

    No ingredients for the pie crust. Disappointed

    • Genevieve Gordon

      Me too. I looked twice more after reading the article. Disappointing..

    • Verlene Peterson

      My thoughts as well where is the crust recipe?

  4. Theresa Earley

    I would appreciate the recipe for the chicken pot pie crust. It looks amazingly flaky.

    • Joyce

      No dough recipe for the chicken pot pie, would like that please

    • Mariylin

      Please post recipe for the crust!

  5. Sabrina Rodgers

    Pot Pie crust recipe please

  6. Mary Evans

    Looks yummy, but Did not have receipt for the crust. Please include.

  7. Sandie Barton

    I would also like the crust recipe!

  8. Angie Harrod

    Pie crust recipe please.

  9. Denise C Brenner

    I can’t print the recipe with the way it is set up. Is there another way to do it?

  10. sandy Lockleer

    The inside is easy – it’s the crust I NEED!!! PLEASE!!!

  11. Gretchan

    Too bad you forgot to include the ingredients for the pie crust…. Can not make a pot pie with out the crust….
    Very disappointing…..

  12. Janice scales

    Need crust recipe please

  13. JANIS L Neill

    Crust recipe please

  14. Toni Teague

    I wish you would put a print recipe on your site so it comes out easier to copy.

  15. Peggy

    It doesn’t appear to be printable either. I make pie crust all the time so that’s no problem but I would like to print this.


    Pie crust recipe missing

  17. Yvonne

    Where’s the pie crust recipe. Everyone here seems to be asking for it from as far back as November 2020. I’m askin on October 7, 2021. Thanks for responding. We’re eager to try this recipe.

  18. Luanne Savage

    Can I please have the flaky crust recipe? It looks so yummy…

  19. Susan

    Just use Pillsbury crescent rolls

  20. Traci

    There’s nothing in the recipe that shows the ingredients for the homemade crust. It just says to mix all crust ingredients together…. What are they and how much? Only gives the pot pie filling ingredients.

  21. Nancy

    I thought this recipe was for chicken pot pie stromboli.

  22. Genevieve Gordon

    Where is the recipe for the crust? You have to include the recipe for the crust. Even if the crust is some kind of croissant from pillsbury you still need to include the crust recipe.

  23. Ann

    No pie crust recipe

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