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Individual Chicken Noodle Pot Pies

Chicken Noodle Pot Pie uses fun hacks to make it an easy recipe that everyone will like. And it's easy for everyone to get their own mini pie!

This Chicken Noodle Soup Pot Pie is an AMAZINGLY easy recipe for you.

My schoolteacher brother inspired the recipe I have here today. He came to visit a few years ago and made dinner for all of us. He only had one kid at the time – my nephew, Andrew – but they have three now. I’d like to believe he is still making this amazing meal for his whole family. I can’t make it without thinking of him! This is my favorite easy, quick weeknight meal – and I use the best of two worlds – chicken pot pies AND chicken noodle soup – making Chicken NOODLE Pot Pies! Not only that, you can serve them in individual ramekins for a fun family experience.

YOU get a pie, and YOU get a pie, and everyone gets their own pie!

Chicken Noodle Pot Pie uses fun hacks to make it an easy recipe that everyone will like. And it's easy for everyone to get their own mini pie!

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And this is our special recipe. Who doesn’t love pot pie?? (no one raises their hand) Plus, you get to have your individual ones for the family, really with minimal extra effort. This is a recipe we all four get excited for every time. Chicken Noodle Soup Pot Pie and everyone gets a pie! LOVE.

Chicken Noodle Soup Pot Pie:

What You Need:

1 can Condensed Chicken Noodle Soup
1 package (two ct) of pie crust dough
1/2 can Condensed Cream of Celery
1 package frozen vegetables
1 cup celery, chopped
2 cups cubed cooked chicken (we use rotisserie)
1 egg
Salt & Pepper to taste

What You Do:

1 – Heat oven to 400ºF

2 – Cut pie crust dough to line four ramekins and brush egg wash over it

3 – Bake for 10 minutes

4 – Cut four other pieces for the top of the pies

5 – Meanwhile, cook celery, soups, frozen vegetables, and cooked chicken in a large skillet until bubbly and thawed

6 – Add salt and pepper

7 – Spoon mixture into ramekins and cover with remaining pie crust pieces

8 – Brush tops with egg wash

9 – Using a sharp knife, cut several slits in the top crusts

10 – Bake for 25 minutes or until crust is golden brown

Chicken Noodle Pot Pie uses fun hacks to make it an easy recipe that everyone will like. And it's easy for everyone to get their own mini pie!

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And it makes the house smell amazing!

Chicken Noodle Pot Pie uses fun hacks to make it an easy recipe that everyone will like. And it's easy for everyone to get their own mini pie!

Can’t you see why?

Chicken Noodle Pot Pie uses fun hacks to make it an easy recipe that everyone will like. And it's easy for everyone to get their own mini pie!

So, have you ever made Chicken Noodle Soup Pot Pie?

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12 Comments

  1. These little pies are so cute! And look at you, all Oprah-esque, dispensing chicken pot pies for all 🙂

    Do you know Zach Deputy? I LOVE HIM. Anyway, he has a song called Chicken Pot Pie. Actually most of his songs are about food, and so he’s pretty awesome. Anyway…. if you have the chance, listen to his song “Twisty Twisty” with the family and have a dance party 🙂

  2. My husband loves chicken pot pies, me not so much. I’m pretty sure that he would love me to make this especially since I’d be saving money buying them ready made. We always keep chicken noodle soup on hand for those days when there’s upset stomachs.

  3. Did I ever tell you I absolutely love chicken pot pies and actually craved them when I was first pregnant with Emma. No joke I made homemade ones for the months during that pregnancy because I couldn’t get enough of them. Sadly I don’t seem to have as much time to make them homemade now so many years later. But your recipe has inspired me and think I may just be making these for dinner very soon now 🙂

  4. These look so delicious and I love a good chicken pot pie that is easy to make. How exciting that both kids will be in school this year and you have had a great summer. School always begins before Labor Day here in Florida, so we are used to it.

  5. Genius idea. I’m currently eating tacos while reading your post, but this scenario could easily be one where I’m eating that pot pie instead.

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