Chicken Pot Pie Soup is the ultimate comfort food in an easy to serve bowl. You’ll love this cozy soup recipe with the pie crust dippers! Ready in under 30 minutes!
Love easy family dinners? Our skillet caprese chicken is wonderful, and ready in about 15 minutes! Or give our easy chicken fried rice recipe try next.
Why this Recipe is Best
I’m always looking for easy dinner recipe ideas. I bought a package of Pillsbury pie crusts and had every intention of making some individual pot pies.
But then my kids requested broccoli cheese soup. So I thought, what if I combined the two?
Chicken Pot Pies are the ultimate comfort food. Today’s soup is loaded with chicken, broccoli, onion, celery and cheese. You can change it up by using YOUR favorite vegetables. Add potatoes, frozen peas, and carrots for a more classic pot pie.
Substitute leftover thanksgiving turkey for the chicken, and nobody will be the wiser. It will remind you of our favorite turkey hand pies!
I’ve also got a Beef Pot Pie Soup recipe on the blog if you think you want to try that version. It’s a little less creamy, and a lot more like a stew!
How to make Chicken for recipes
- BAKE. To make life easier, whenever I cook chicken for dinner, I always bake up a few extra plain chicken breast. I stick them in a ziploc freezer bag and put them in the freezer to save for a quick dinner fix.
- BOIL OR GRILL. If you don’t have any cooked chicken on hand, you can bake a couple breasts, grill them, or boil them.
- ROTISSERIE. One of my favorite, easy things to do is purchase a rotisserie chicken for quick dinner assembly! Our grocery store even sells them pre-shredded at a decent price!
- SLOW COOKER. Another option would be to put a few pounds of chicken breasts with one cup of chicken broth in the slow cooker. Cook on low for 6 hours. When done, shred chicken and use immediately in recipes or divide in ziploc freezer bags for future meals. This is something I tend to do on the weekends when we’re just relaxing at home.
How to make Chicken Pot Pie Soup
STEP 1. Cook your chicken. You can use my examples above, choosing your favorite, easy option. You can also use leftover turkey after the holidays!
STEP 2. Add butter in a soup pot with onion, celery and broccoli over medium high heat. This makes your house smell amazing. I love the smell of onions cooking, is that strange?
STEP 3. Add some flour to thicken, then add your broth, cream, milk, chicken and seasonings. Simmer for about 10-15 minutes until heated thoroughly.
PRO TIP: Want to lighten it up? Skip the cream and choose just milk. It may be a little thinner, but still tastes amazing.
STEP 4. While your soup is cooking, prepare the pie crust by cutting it into strips (I used a fancy pastry cutter, but a pizza wheel works too). Bake pie crust strips in a 450 degree oven for about 6-8 minutes, until browned.
You could also use thawed puff pastry instead!
STEP 5. Once your soup has thickened, add in the shredded cheese and heat until melted. Serve with pie crust dippers.
This delicious soup takes about 30 minutes, yet tastes like you’ve been cooking all day! At my house it has quickly become everyone’s favorite dinner.
Tips and Tricks
- Leftover turkey after Thanksgiving and Christmas is a great idea. Comfort food is always a good option.
- Keep it vegetarian. Skip the meat and add more vegetables. Swap in some potatoes, peas, carrots, and mushrooms!
- Take away the heavy cream and substitute with fat free milk. You may want to add in an extra tablespoon of flour to help this soup thicken up.
- Another way to cut calories would be to remove the cheese and pie crust dippers. I know. Those pie crust dippers are one of the best parts. But if you don’t make them, you won’t miss them.
- Use homemade pie crust if you prefer.
What to serve with Pot Pie Soup
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Need a quick and easy dinner idea? Try making this Chicken Pot Pie Soup recipe. Use refrigerated pie crust to make the crust on top, saves time and tastes delicious!
I LOVE this recipe! I’ve made it a few times. I used it for my daughter’s twinkle twinkle little star themed birthday party and cut the pie crust into star shapes to go along with the theme!
This soup always gets rave reviews in our house. It’s delicious!
Hi this soup looks amazing.!! Can’t wait to try it.
Thank you for the great recipe!
Have a great day.
I love soup and I love chicken pot pie! What a great recipe!
Totally saving this! This soup is so perfect when you just want something warm, hearty and comforting. Yum!
This is my kind of soup! Delicious!
The most perfect winter comfort food
Winter is here and it is soup season! I am adding this to my recipe box.
This soup has the best flavor! It tastes just like a chicken pot pie! Thanks for sharing this recipe. I make it all the time!
Made this tonight because my daughter just got braces and we’re eating a lot of soft food. We all loved it! Thanks for the recipe.
Glad it was a hit!
Just made this and it was amazing! Love recipes like this one…quick and easy to make with delicious results!
How many bowls will this make?