Crockpot Chicken Pot Pie

Crockpot Chicken Pot PieChicken Pot Pie has always been a family favorite, but I don’t make it very often because it takes too much time.  Instead of using pie crust, I decided to cook the pot pie filling in the Crockpot and serve it over biscuits.  Since I’m eating clean, I just ate the filling and added a salad. You could also eat it over brown rice or quinoa.

 If you’re in a hurry, you can make this with canned Cream of Chicken Soup.  But if you’d like to keep the recipe clean, try this Clean Eating Cream of Chicken Soup from Clean Eating Magazine.



Crockpot Chicken Pot Pie
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  1. 1 1/4 lb. boneless skinless chicken thighs or breasts
  2. 1/2 cup chopped onion
  3. 1/2 tsp poultry seasoning
  4. 1/2 tsp dried thyme
  5. 1/4 tsp pepper
  6. 2 stalks celery chopped
  7. 12 oz. bag frozen mixed vegetables
  8. 2 cans cream of chicken soup (Or sub homemade cream of chicken soup)
  9. 1 can milk
  10. 12 frozen biscuits
  1. Mix all ingredients except for biscuits in crockpot.
  2. Cover and cook on low 8 hours.
  3. Cut chicken into smaller pieces.
  4. Bake biscuits in oven as directed.
  5. Top biscuits with pot pie filling to serve.
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    • says

      I buy the basic mixed veggies which has carrots, peas, corn, and I think green beans. :) But I’ve also made it with the broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots mix. Sometimes I add curry as well to mix things up.

    • says

      I haven’t tried that, but I love chili and cornbread so I’m sure I’d love it! Interesting that you mention it though because I just found a clean cornbread recipe today and I’m eager to try it. Using the crockpot sounds great to me!

  1. says

    Yum!!! This looks like a delicious comfort food! I saw that you chose not to eat the biscuits… I haven’t been eating wheat for about 8 months and I don’t tolerate other grains well either… my new “go to,” replacement for just about anything has been roasted cauliflower and I think that would work great with this! (oh, but what I wouldn’t do for a biscuit though 😉 )
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