A delicious Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie made from scratch using chicken, carrots, onion, peas and a creamy, smooth gravy like sauce.
Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie is one of those meals that comforts you on a rainy day. It’s perfect when you are looking for a warm, savory dish during the winter months, and it really hits home when you are having a rough day.
Pot Pie is my husbands number one favorite meal. Every time we get a rotisserie chicken, he asks me to get another one and make him a couple batches of pot pies. He usually eats one or two, then we freeze the rest.
A lot of people stay away from pot pies because of how time consuming it is. This recipe for Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie is broken down into it’s simplist form. If you need an even simpler recipe, you might want to consider buying a crust mix, or a ready-made gluten-free pie crust.
Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie is perfect for lunches, or heating up after a long day. It’s one of those meals that’s good all year round, and will warm you from the inside out.
A couple years ago we visited my sister for Thanksgiving and she had purchased a smoked Turkey. Have you ever had smoked Turkey? It’s not for everyone, but we think it’s pretty amazing.
The next year we asked her to pick us up one so we could make pot pies with it. Smoked turkey adds a subtle and smokey flavor to the pot pie gravy that is second to none. If we run out of smoked turkey, we either cook up chicken, or buy a rotisserie chicken and chop it up.
If you like a buttery flaky crust filled with a savory gravy, fresh vegetables, and chicken – you will love these Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pies. If you are in a pinch, My Gluten-Free Miami has a quick and simple recipe for Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pie Muffins that is incredible.
I am working on creating a one-crust version of this gluten-free chicken pot pie and I’ll update this post and link to it when it’s up on the blog. These little pot pies were made with a mini-pie pan. When I’m not feeling up to cutting out mini-pie crusts, I make one large gluten-free pot pie, using a 10″ pie pan. You can make either, just make sure to adjust your cooking time.
Can I freeze gluten-free chicken pot pie?
Yes. I usually bake it first then freeze it, but because all the ingredients are already cooked you can freeze it before you bake it. Just note that the crust may be a little softer if you bake it before you cook it.
These Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pies are our go-to when we need something comforting. It’s such a comforting and warm dish, and everyone in my family enjoys them. I hope you will give them a try. If you do, please come back and leave a comment telling me what you thought.
Looking for more amazing dinner ideas? You might also like my Gluten-Free Sweet & Sour Chicken, or my Gluten-Free Chicken Sub Gum Chow Mein. If you need something that you can fix and forget, one of my go-to recipes is Crock Pot Teriyaki Chicken.
The exact pan that I used to make these mini pies isn’t available anymore, but I Wilton makes an affordable Mini-Pie Pan (affiliate link) that works great. Also Cobble Creek makes a silicone mini-pie pan set.
Can I make one large gluten-free chicken pot pie, instead of small ones?
Yes. Divide dough in half and roll each ball of dough out on a gluten-free floured surface with a rolling pin until approximately 10-inches in diameter. Alternatively, roll dough between two pieces of wax paper. Bake for 30-35 minutes or until the crust is brown and flaky on top.
Have a question? Please ask away in the comments and I will try to get back to you in a timely manner.
If you make this chicken pot pie, please stop back by and let me know what you thought!