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One Hour Chicken Pot Pie

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One Hour Chicken Pot Pie...Comfort food at it's finest!

Last week, we took Grace to the pediatrician for her 2 month check up and her first round of vaccines.  The doctor was so impressed with her growth! She is only nursing and has almost doubled her birth weight already! She’s also grown 5 inches since birth.  We’ve got a big girl on our hands!

I was so nervous about the vaccines.  I felt so bad for her! But she was great and only cried once with each pinch (she got 3!).  I think I was sadder than she was! hahaha  This Friday she is getting her ears pierce… yayyy! Finally!! I can’t wait to see her in earrings!

Mikey and I didn’t want to go out to eat since we knew she might get cranky or just be really sleepy so we decided to go home.  When we got home, we really wanted something yummy to eat.  I don’t know why, but we were both in the mood for some comfort food (maybe because of the vaccines that neither of us got? haha).

One Hour Chicken Pot Pie...Comfort food at it's finest!

I saw that I had some chicken breasts and decided to make that…. then I remembered my pie dough recipe that I haven’t made in a while! I decided on chicken pot pie.

I made the my favorite pie dough in no time.  It really is such an easy recipe (no refrigeration required!)! I was able to make the dough, roll it out, prep the filling mixture and bake it in right under an hour. I always thought chicken pot pie would be more time consuming, but it was pretty fast!

It also wasn’t difficult at all.  The pie dough is forgiving since it doesn’t have to look perfect! The filling is going to cover it all anyway, so don’t get hung up on the looks of it.

One Hour Chicken Pot Pie...Comfort food at it's finest!

We made ours with carrot, onion, peas and corn as the veggie filling, but feel free to use any veggies you want! I know it’s usually made with celery as well, but neither of us are a huge fan of celery so we decided to pass on that.  You can really do whatever you want with this!

The pie crust recipe will be enough for two pies.  So feel free to make a chicken pot pie and a dessert pie as well.  Maybe my Peach Crumble Pie? Pies for dinner! The best!!

One Hour Chicken Pot Pie...Comfort food at it's finest!

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  • Servings: 2 loaves
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Ingredients

  • 1 homemade pie crust (or store bought if you’re really in a pinch!)
  • 1lb chicken breast, cubed
  • 3/4 cup sliced carrots (about 2 small carrots)
  • 1/3 cup unsalted butter
  • half of a medium onion, chopped
  • 2 tsp. minced garlic
  • 1/3 cup all purpose flour
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 tsp. black pepper
  • 1/2 tsp. ground thyme
  • 1 3/4 cups chicken broth
  • 2/3 cup whole milk
  • 1/2 cup frozen peas
  • 1/2 cup frozen corn
  • 1 large egg, beaten


Directions

  1. Prepare a homemade pie crust from this recipe (homemade is easy and delicious… try it!) or remove store bought dough from the oven.  Preheat oven to 425F.
  2. In a large pot, combine chicken and carrots and boil until chicken is cooked through (around 10-12 minutes).  Drain and set aside.
  3. In a large skillet, melt butter.  Add onion and garlic until onions are translucent, stirring occasionally so it doesn’t stick.  Whisk in the flour, salt, pepper, thyme, chicken broth and whole milk.  Cook while whisking until flour is evenly stirred in.  Simmer over medium-low heat until the sauce has thickened a bit, stirring occasionally (around 10-12 minutes).
  4. When the pie dough is in the pie dish, pour the chicken mixture in it.  Top with frozen peas and corn.  Pour the sauce mixture over the top.
  5. Roll out a second piece of pie dough and cover the pie. Pinch the seams so it seals.  Then, cut slits over the top to allow the steam to come out during cooking.  Brush the top of the pie with the beaten egg.
  6. Bake for 30-40 minutes or until golden brown.  If edges are browning too much, cover with a bit of foil.  Cool for 15 minutes before serving (this allows the sauce to thicken up again).  Slice and serve!

For a creamier texture, add half and half instead of whole milk.


Looking for another dinner that is ready under an hour?

Classic Chicken Enchiladas

Fall is here with this carrot and sweet potato soup. Warm, comforting, and perfect for a chilly evening, this is even delicious with a bit of spice!

Cozy Carrot & Sweet Potato Soup

 

One Hour Chicken Pot Pie

43 thoughts on “One Hour Chicken Pot Pie

  1. This is very similar to how I make chicken pot pie, but I don’t follow a recipe. It’s so wonderful that I always make two. We eat one, and freeze one for another day. You can also make them in the smaller tart pans for a single serving.

    1. I never thought of freezing one! My pie dough recipe makes makes enough for 2 pies. I should try that next time!! 🙂 Love the single serving idea too!

  2. This looks delicious! I don’t like corn but it would be so easy to leave it out or even replace it with something else. Thanks for sharing, hope I can try and make this one day!

    1. hahaha, my husband is addicted to corn so it goes into just about every meal I make for him! But yes, replace it or leave it out altogether. 🙂

  3. Wow ! This recipe looks delicious! Even though I am a recent vegetarian — I can always use this recipe and substitute the chicken for mock meat / tofu. Thanks for the recipe ! =)

  4. This looks like the perfect comfort food, for when you dont get shots 😉 I’m glad your daughter was a trooper for her shots, they were never easy for me with my kids either. I can’t wait to try this!

  5. Ah this really does look delicious! I hear ya, I get those home comfort food cravings all the time but am pretty lazy so it’s great to hear this was done in only an hour. Pastry is always kinda intimidating but I actually might give this a try!! P.s. Your site is beaaautiful 🙂

    1. Hhaha, yes, pastry can be a bit of a hassle, but this pie is pretty forgiving. A good egg wash hides a lot of the imperfections. 😉

  6. Love me some pot pie minus the peas, I know it’s traditional but just don’t like them. use celery instead. Im heading over to look at that lozy yummy Cozy Carrot & Sweet Potato Soup! I never just end up on one page when I come to your site, guess thats a good thing. lol

    1. hahaha, I’m glad you enjoy the recipes!! You can totally substitute the peas with anything you like! Make it your own 😉

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