Pot Pie Recipes
The ultimate comfort food comes straight from our kitchen to yours with this collection of savory pot pie recipes.
Nothing says comfort food like a piping hot pot pie. Our recipes run the gamut from utterly original to tried-and-true classics. Our Skillet Chicken Pot Pie is a standby that never ceases to impress, while our Loaded Chicken-Bacon Pot Pie is a kicked-up version that no one can resist. For those with an adventurous palate, try our Oyster-Bacon Pot Pie. It’s full of savory ingredients that will delight everyone’s taste buds. All of these recipes can be made in one casserole dish or small ramekins depending on the size of the crowd you're feeding. We also love pot pies for their make-ahead convenience. Double a recipe and pop the remainder in the freezer to have on-hand for busy weeknights.
Loaded Chicken-Bacon Pot Pie
Recipe: Loaded Chicken-Bacon Pot Pie
Start with a store-bought rotisserie chicken and watch it transform into a delicious comfort meal with our Loaded Chicken-Bacon Pot Pie. Fresh mushrooms, carrots, onion, and savory bacon are combined to create a scrape-the-bowl-good dish that you and your family won’t be able to resist. Garnish with fresh thyme for a winning presentation.
Double-Crusted Chicken Pot Pie
Recipe: Double-Crusted Chicken Pot Pie
This pot pie is special enough for entertaining company. Prep everything ahead and pop it in the oven a half hour before guests arrive. It will spend about an hour in the oven and an additional 15 minutes standing before it’s time to dig in—just enough time for guests to get settled and enjoy a glass of wine before the main event.
Chicken Pot Pie with Bacon-and-Cheddar Biscuits
This recipe is Sunday dinner at its finest. If you have time, double the recipe and stick the second casserole in the freezer to pull out when you’re in a pinch. The savory Cheddar cheese and bacon biscuits can also be enjoyed solo and are definitely worth the effort.
Easy Biscuit-Topped Chicken Pot Pie
This recipe makes four individual servings. If you’re cooking for two, go ahead and make the full recipe but freeze the leftover servings. These miniature casseroles are perfect for fixing, freezing, and pulling out on a busy weeknight. Thanks to their individual size, they only take about 20 minutes to cook once fully thawed.
Skillet Chicken Pot Pie
Recipe: Skillet Chicken Pot Pie
We’re a fan of anything we can make in a skillet, so it comes as no surprise that we’re marking this as a winner in our book. A refrigerated pie crust helps this comfort food classic come together in record time with minimal cleanup. If you’re looking for even more time-saving hacks, pick up a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store so all you have to do is shred before adding it to the mixture.
Ham-and-Greens Pot Pie with Cornbread Crust
This lucky one-dish dinner is packed with Southern-favorite ingredients like ham, greens, and black-eyed peas. It’s the perfect meal for the New Year, but is just as suited to dazzle your table any night of the week. Serve with our savory Pimiento-Cheese Corn Sticks, if desired.
Oyster-Bacon Pot Pie
Recipe: Oyster-Bacon Pot Pie
This surprising spin on pot pie will be a winner for oyster fans. A store-bought puff pastry crust sits atop a savory filling of oysters, bacon, mushrooms, and much more. You’ll love the decadent sauce made with white wine and heavy cream. Serve in either an 11- x 7-inch baking dish or in individual ramekins.
Pizza Pot Pie
Recipe: Italian-Style Pizza Pot Pie
This isn’t your average pot pie. Ground beef and sausage star in this Italian casserole. We topped with store-bought pizza crust to speed up prep, but you can always substitute pizza dough. Proceed with recipe as directed, omitting Step 3. (Place entire piecrust over filling in baking dish in Step 4; press crust onto edge of dish to secure. Edges of crust will hang over sides of dish. Tuck excess crust under sides of dish, if desired.)