Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe – Perfect comfort food.

Mrs. Kip’s first grade class was sitting in their seats, eagerly awaiting their teacher’s welcome. When she finally walked in, Mrs. Kip sat down at her desk, and brandished a pie in the air.

“Who’s going to get the pie?” she asked.

There was a loud murmur as everyone got up, one by one, and went to the front of the room. Kenzie, who was usually very reluctant to do anything, stepped up and took the pie.

When she got to the front of the room, Mrs. Kip said, “Kenzie, put the pie down on my desk.”

Kenzie hesitated, but then slowly placed the pie down on the desk.

“Now, who’s going to help Kenzie take the pie to class?”

No one volunteered, so Mrs. Kip said, “I will help Kenzie take the pie to class.”

As they walked to class, Mrs. Kip asked Kenzie questions about the pie. What kind of pie was it? Was it a cherry pie? A pumpkin pie?

When they got to the door of the classroom, Mrs. Kip stopped and said, “Kenzie, I have to leave for a few minutes, but I want you to take the pie to the office and eat it there.”

“Why?” asked Kenzie.

“I don’t want anyone getting their hands on my easy chicken pot pie,” said Mrs. Kip.

Kenzie took the pie to the office, and after she ate it, she went back to her classroom and gave the empty pie dish to Mrs. Kip.

FAQ for Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

1) How long will this recipe take to prepare?

This recipe will take about 45 minutes to prepare.

2) What kind of crust should I use for chicken pot pie?

A basic pie crust will work well in this recipe. If you want to use a more structured or interesting crust, you can try a crunchy pastry crust, a deep-dish pie crust, or a tailored pie crust.

3) Can I make this recipe without chicken?

Yes, this recipe can be made without chicken. You can substitute vegetable broth for the chicken broth or use a different type of poultry.

4) Can I freeze this recipe?

Yes, this recipe can be frozen and assembled later. Simply follow the instructions in step 9 to freeze the unbaked pie.

5) How many servings can this recipe serve?

This recipe can serve 4 to 6 servings.

6) What ingredients do I need to make this recipe?

You will need chicken breasts, onion, flour, milk, salt, and pepper.

7) What kind of vegetables can I use in this recipe?

This recipe can be made with any type of vegetable. Some examples include carrots, celery, potatoes, and sweet potatoes.

8) What cheese can I use in this recipe?

This recipe can be made with cheddar, goat cheese, or brie.

9) What do I do if the chicken pot pie filling is too wet or too dry?

If the chicken pot pie filling is too wet, you can add more flour to thicken the mix. If the chicken pot pie filling is too dry, you can add chicken broth or milk to add moisture.

10) What type of oven should I use to bake this recipe?

This recipe can be baked on a standard oven.

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Ava Gardner
Ava Gardner

Hi! My name is Ava and I love baking. I love the process of creating something from nothing, and the satisfaction of taking a bite of something I made myself. I love trying new recipes and experimenting with different flavors. Baking is my form of self-care; it's how I relax and unwind after a long day. That's why I founded CupcakeRecipes.com!

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