Easy Chicken Pot Pie

My sister in law gave me this recipe fro a super easy chicken pot pie and it was a homerun in my family.  (I love having family recipes that work for everyone.)

Creamy Chicken Pot Pie

Not to mention – super easy!

Chicken Pot Pie

Making it a grand slam for me!

Without further ado…



Easy Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie


  • Chopped Chicken (I used about 3 breasts leftover from the night before.)
  • Frozen Vegatables (One small bag.)
  • Velveeta (half of block)
  • Cream of Chicken – 1 can
  • Pie Crusts (Refrigerated that come 2 in a box.)


Lay out bottom crust in a deep dish pie plate.

Add ingredients to a bowl.  Mix well.

Lay out on the bottom crust.

Top with 2nd crust.  Pinch edges together.

Slice four holes for steam to escape.

Bake as directed on pie crust instructions.  I baked for 425° until a golden brown.

Serve with salad as a side salad and enjoy!

The second time I made it – I made it in a lasagna pan without a bottom crust and it was excellent!


Normally I try NOT to use velveeta – even though I LOVE the stuff.  I would try a spicy cheese, Italian cheeses or even cream cheese.  But, I like velveeta because it melts like no other and reminds me of childhood.

Can I mention how much I LOVE easy recipes?!?

Pot Pie

Blessings to you!  You are loved!

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