Easy Weeknight Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie

Easy Weeknight Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie

If weeknight meals and cozy comfort meals had a love child, it would be this weeknight biscuit chicken pot pie! Is it starting to feel like fall to you? Here is DC, the morning walks to school are cool, the windows at home are open and it’s making me crave all of those cozy comfort flavors.

I’m not kidding when I say that you can have this chicken pot pie on your table in under 60 minutes without using canned condensed soup and only with a few staple ingredients. 

Easy Weeknight Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie

I wish you were at my house the other night just so you could have seen for yourself how simple this really is (and taste the creamy delicious pot pie topped with the flaky buttery biscuits). We came home later than usual and we have a weeknight bubblebath, book, bedtime routine for the little one so I was up against the clock to get dinner on the table and this was the perfect meal for that kind of busy night.

I’ll be honest, I had prep help from my husband. Brad cut the rotisserie chicken into cubes for me, because that has always and probably will always be a weakness of mine. I don’t know what it is, but the smell and cutting the cooked meat off the bone bothers me but only for rotisserie chicken… does this bother anyone else?

With that said, there is not much prep work for this meal which means it’s quick, easy and there is little to clean up! I think other than cutting the rotisserie chicken and measuring a few ingredients the work is done for you. P.S. If you have left over rotisserie chicken here is my favorite classic chicken salad recipe!


Easy Weeknight Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken Pot Pie: Pantry Ingredients

Flour: You will need 1/3 cup of all purpose flour.

Butter: You will need 1/3 cup of butter.

Stock: You can use chicken or vegetable stock, whatever you have on hand. From the grocery store, you will want to get one box of stock, which will have 4 cups, however for this recipe, you will only use a 2 1/2 cups. I recommend buying unsalted or low sodium if you can find it. 

Chicken: You will want already cooked chicken. I use a rotisserie chicken, but if you have left over chicken from another night that would work just as well. You will need 2 cups cubed, which is about one large chicken breast.

Frozen Vegetable Medley: Did you know that frozen vegetables are still really fresh. They are flash-frozen on the spot at the farm when they are harvested. This keeps them from aging, unlike the fresh produce that travels to your grocery store. You probably already have a bag in your freezer. I used one with peas, carrots, green beans, corn and lima beans. You can use whatever mix you love.

Poultry Seasoning: This is where you can make this your own. Dry poultry seasoning is available in most regular grocery stores and is made up of sage, thyme, black pepper. If you don’t use it regularly, you may, surprisingly, already have this tucked away in your spice rack from another time.

Other favorites are Herbs de Provence or Trader Joe’s 21 Seasoning Salute (not sponsored, just a favorite of mine) 

Canned Biscuits: It is a weeknight dinner after all. I will always have a special place n my heart for canned biscuits – they remind me of home. My 5 year-old will only eat biscuits from the tube can so this recipe is ideal. Any brand, any flavor will do for this weeknight biscuit chicken pot pie. 

Weeknight Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie

The warm comfort of chicken pot pie made easy for an any day weeknight dinner. No canned soup in this recipe and you use your favorite pop-open canned biscuits.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 40 mins
Total Time 55 mins
Course Main Course, Weeknight Dinner
Cuisine American
Servings 6

Ingredients
  

  • cup Butter
  • cup Flour
  • 2 ½ cups Chicken or Vegetable Stock
  • 2 cups Cubed Cooked Chicken
  • 2 cups Frozen Vegetable Medley
  • 1 TBSP Favorite Poultry Seasoning see blog notes
  • 1 can Biscuits (8 total)
  • 1 Egg Yolk
  • tsp Salt
  • Fresh Thyme

Instructions
 

  • Preheat your oven to 350F.
  • In a large pot, over medium heat, you will want to make a roux, this will thicken your pot pie filling. Melt the butter and whisk in your flour, it should become a wet sand consistency.
    Whisk in your stock, making sure to break up all the lumps of the roux. Let this cook over medium high heat until it starts to thicken up, stirring occasionally to prevent burning. About 2-3 minutes, until it reaches your preferred consistency.
    If it becomes too thick, whisk is water until it thins out to your preferred consistency.
  • Add in your chicken, vegetables and seasoning. Stir until evenly disbursed throughout.
  • Carefully, pour your pot pie filling into a casserole dish.
  • In a bowl, add your egg yolk and fresh thyme with a pinch of salt. Whisk together with a fork.
  • Top your pot pie filling with canned biscuits. It's okay to tear in half if it makes them fit your casserole dish better. Brush on your egg wash.
  • Bake at 350F for 15 minutes. Without opening your oven, decrease the temperature to 300F and bake for 25-35 minutes until the biscuits are done all the way through and the tops are golden brown.
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Easy Weeknight Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie

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