Easy Chicken Pot Pie
This is my Mother-in-laws favorite Chicken Pot Pie recipe that I make. I invite her over every time I make it but today I also had my son, his wife and my grandson over too. I have been making my Pot Pie like this for probably over twenty years. I believe it was a Campbell’s Soup recipe. I make a 9” x 13” pan of it so there is enough and I love any leftovers!
Place the vegetables in a large bowl.
Add the cream of chicken soup.
Combine the mixed vegetables and soup.
Add the chicken and stir the
chicken into the vegetables.
Spray a 9” x 13” pan with cooking oil.
Pour the vegetables into the dish making
sure they are level all the way across
the top. This will ensure the topping is
the same thickness when it bakes.
In a small bowl, whisk the eggs.
Add the milk and whisk until combined.
Add the Bisquick.
Whisk just until combined.
Mixture will have small lumps.
Pour over the vegetables
making sure it is even.
Bake in a preheated 400 degree
oven for about 30 – 35 minutes or
until the top is a golden brown.
Place on serving plates and enjoy!
Easy Chicken Pot Pie
- 2 cups cooked chicken cubes (approximately 2 large breasts)
- 3 cans (10.5 oz each) cream of chicken soup
- 6 cups thawed frozen mixed vegetables (corn, carrots, peas, green beans)
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup milk
- 2 cups Bisquick
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- In a large bowl combine thawed vegetables and soup.
- Add the chicken and stir.
- Spray a 9” x 13” baking pan with cooking oil.
- Pour the vegetables into the pan. Spread them out flat and even.
- In a small bowl whisk the eggs. Add the milk and whisk to combine.
- Add the Bisquick and whisk just until combined. There will be small lumps remaining.
- Pour the Bisquick mixture on top of the vegetables.
- Bake for about 30 – 35 minutes or until the top is a golden brown then serve.
Categories: Bread, Casseroles, Chicken, Pies, Vegetables/Slaws/Salads
That looks yummy. I’ve tried a few pop pies in the last month, looking for a good one. Even Marie Callendar’s came up short. I should have known good ol’ Bisquick would be a winner.
Thank you it is very good! I hope you give it a try Jacqui!
This sounds so good
Thanks it is very good!
Perfect for a family meal! I had not seen one with a Bisquick topping before. Definitely my kind of easy meal. LOL
Yes it makes a great family meal and is so quick to prepare and cook! Thanks Robin!
Yum! Perfect now the weather is cooling down again here in Aus.
Hope you get a chance to try it. Thank you!
It will be in the winter menu for sure!
What a timely recipe…..as I had just bought some delicious deli prepared pot pies from the grocery store yesterday and was thinking, I could make this. They make theirs with the leftover roasted chickens they don’t sell and puff pastry, but I like the idea of the Biscuit mix better!
Another way I fix it is with Stove Top Stuffing. I prepare the stuffing and lay it evenly on top…excellent too if you like Stove Top Stuffing.
Great recipe! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!💚
Thanks Jess! Happy St Patrick’s Day to you too!
That is a good looking chicken pot pie!!
Thank you!!! 😊
Will there be seconds? Because I know after that first bite of creamy deliciousness-I’ll be looking for more 🙂
Oh definitely! That’s why I make a 13” x 9” baking dish full! I even finished off the last bowl for lunch and sent leftovers home with my mother in law!
This is another classic dish that I love! Easy, nourishing—ingredients on hand. Everyone is satisfied. Yum! 🙂
Sounds and look delicious!
Thank you not only is it delicious but Sooooo easy to make!
It looks like the one I make and they are indeed excellent!
I am pretty sure it is a Campbell Soup recipe from way back. I love to change it up by putting Stove Top Stuffing on instead of the Bisquick.
Looks like yummie winter comfort food. What’s Bisquick – I’ve never heard of that one.
Thanks Chris! Bisquick is a pancake and baking mix. When made this way it is like a biscuit type topping.
Yum! Wonderful comfort food recipe!
Oh yes we love this one! Thanks Janet!
Oh my. Looks so tasty!
Thanks so much! ❤️
This looks yummy and easy. I think I would also add onions and mushrooms and less of the other veggies. Thanks for sharing this one.
Thanks Carla! I love to put Stove Top Stuffing on top instead of the Bisquick too!
I think I would like the crust, nom, nom, nom.
Why does your food always look so yummy?!
Aw you are so kind!!! Thank you Kristen!
This looks delicious Diane – no wonder your mother-in-law likes it so much. 🙂
Right! She always lets me know when she wants it. She is going to be 90 in May and it makes way too much for just her. Plus I always give her the leftovers…lol
That’s a smart move on her part letting you know!
Good read but no canned soup in Latvia.Here we go again they make their own ,have to. I ask friends in uk to come to stay and bring me all I need that cant be seen on shelves here.Wide range of foods here some lovely but no European tins or sauces or what we expect to have after 60 years in uk from birth. Mind you stuff that we could never hope to buy is here and used as normal. Thanks for reading my blog now backed by wordadd.
First…..glad you finally have word ad! Here is my link to my version of our canned chicken soup. http://indianeskitchen.com/2018/07/03/condensed-cream-of-chicken-soup
Haven’t had one of these in such a long time
Isn’t funny how we forget about certain foods? I make this every time my mother in law says I hungry for pot pie…lol
My m other used to make them when I was a kid. Forgot they even existed.
This is the modern day pot pie! lol Your mom probably made her own crust where this one is made with Bisquick.
Have no idea how she made it.
Always tasty and looks good🤗
Thank you! 🥰
Looks so perfectly done!
Diane, great minds think alike: This is my go-to chicken pot pie recipe! It’s quick and easy and super dee-lish. I’m so glad to see it featured on your site. 🙂
Oh yes it is my favorite and so easy. Glad you make it too! I have replaced the Bisquick with prepared Stove Top Stuffing at times and was that good!
Ooh! That’s a great idea!
Really easy recipe!
Looks amazing… 🙂
Thank you so much!