Crock-Pot Chicken Pot Pie

Crock-Pot Chicken Pot Pie

Crock-Pot Chicken Pot Pie
Recipe Type: Entree
Author: Lady Katie
Prep time: 30 mins
Cook time: 7 hours 30 mins
Total time: 8 hours
Serves: 4-6
  • 1/3 Cup Stick Butter
  • 1/3 Cup Flour
  • 1/2 Cup Onion, chopped
  • 1 3/4 Cup Chicken Broth
  • 2/3 Cup Milk
  • 3 Cups Chicken, chopped
  • 1 Cup Peas
  • 1 Cup Carrots, chopped
  • 1 Refrigerated Ready to Use Pie Crust
  • Salt and Pepper to Taste
  1. In Sauce Pan on Stove, add Butter and Onion.
  2. Stir until butter is melted and add flour.
  3. Stir until mixture is mixed well.
  4. Add this to crock-pot.
  5. Add Milk and Chicken broth and stir well.
  6. Add peas, carrots and Chicken.
  7. Cook on low for 6 hours.
  8. Now add Pie Crust to top of mixture in crock-pot in a single layer.
  9. Cook for about 1 hour more on low with lid on.

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  1. Teri C says

    I tried to make the Chicken pot pie in the crock pot. The ingedients were Super and tasted great, but pie crust was nothing but mass of glue like gunt.. please tell me how you got your crust brown?

    • Lady Katie says

      I am sorry that it didnt turn out. When I first made this, I really didnt think the crust would amount to much. I put one layer of crust (premade in the roll pillsbury pie crust) on top of the mixture in the crock-pot. Put the lid on and let it cook. I checked it periodically to see where it was at and then after an hour, the top was crusty.

  2. phyllis says

    I would like to know also. how you get your crust brown. also you said priory to serving, don’t understand. do you bake it first?

    • Lady Katie says

      Sorry about the recipe being confusing. I did go back and correct that. I cooked the pie mixture for 6 hours. I then unrolled the pre-made pie crust and put one layer on top of the mixture in the crock-pot. Put the lid back on and continued to cook on low. I didnt think it would turn out the way I wanted but wanted to try it out. After an hour, The top of my crust was crusty and brown. That is when I spooned it out.

  3. Barb says

    My husband made this recipe as listed (cooking the chicken mixture first and ready made pie crust on top the last hour.) First off, the chicken mixture was incredibly bland and had not thickened in the least after 6 hours. It needed 2 hits of corn starch, and was still too watery. The pie crust was a total bomb. After one hour it was rubbery, so we made slits for some steam to escape and cook the top. After more than an hour and 20 minutes, it was still pasty and only partially cooked. Pretty disgusting.

  4. says

    I just made this – with a few changes – and loved it! I added green beans and previously-cooked and shredded frozen chicken. I did mix in a little cornstarch just because of comments. When the mixture was cooked, I transfered it to a casserole dish and covered with homemade pie crust and baked it. So good!

  5. Chesnye says

    I made this tonight! It was delicious! I used crescent rolls on top just cause I didn’t have a pie crust. I put them on top for half an hour in the crockpot, then browned them in the oven for 9 minutes. I would definitely make this again! Thanks for the great recipe!

    • Lady Katie says

      hmmmm…I am sure it can be done with raw chicken. I would go raw not frozen. It might end up being a little too liquidy at the end, if so maybe just a little flour to thicken it…just a little otherwise it will taste too much like “flour”.

  6. Erin says

    Love this recipe. I made a few changes. I cook it on high for 3 hours then add instant potato buds to thicken it up a bit. Last, I pour the mixture into a glass baking dish and top with crescent rolls bake at 375 for 30 min or until top is golden brown. It’s to die for.

  7. Carolyn says

    I use potato buds as a gluten free alternative to whatever I cook as a thickener. Normally, I process my gf bread crusts or ends to make crumbs which would make a great topping for this casserole.

  8. says

    I just skip the crust to avoid disaster, but I make this meal monthly! It’s soooo good. I dunno how other ppl day is coming out watery and bland they are obviously skipping a step, maybe the butter onion flour mix at the beginning. I dunno, but it’s by far my fav cockpot soup recipe! :)

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