When you’re living on a fixed income finding meals to eat that are fairly healthy and yet affordable isn’t always an easy thing to do. There are some products that I am very loyal the brands I like and it’s hard pressed to get me to change my mind on using them unless it’s to use a homemade version or something out of our garden. Today I’m sharing with you what we call our easy poor man chicken pot pie recipe. It’s SUPER easy to make (it has to be for me to make it.), which is great for a lazy person like myself!
The ingredients may cost you at max $11.00. If you use coupons you can get it even cheaper than that because there is always coupons available for Pillsbury products and Del-Monte’. If you aren’t into using coupons or want a great resource to teach you then I recommend checking out Southern Savers as a good place to start. Another great resource is The Krazy Coupon Lady.
This pie will feed you quite well. In our household, I have to make two pies to feed all five of us happily. (Zeva and I especially love this meal.)Please if you like this recipe Pin THIS image.Thank you so much for your support!
- Pillsbury Pie Crust
- 1 can of Del Monte Peas and Carrots combined
- 1 can of Del Monte Diced Potatoes
- 2 cans of Great Value Chunk Chicken Breasts fully cooked
- 1 can of Campbell’s Cream of Chicken Soup
- 1/2 a can of water using the Campbell’s soup can
- salt and pepper to your taste level
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- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- First you put one of the pie crust in the pie pan.
- Then you drain the peas and carrots, the diced potatoes, and the chicken.
- Put all those ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
- Then you pour the Campbell’s Cream of Chicken Soup over mixture with the 1/2 (DO NOT add more than 1/2 can of water USING THE SOUP CAN.)
- Add salt and pepper to the mix.
- Then mix it up again.
- Add mixture to pie pan on <g class=”gr_ gr_85 gr-alert gr_gramm Grammar only-ins doubleReplace replaceWithoutSep” id=”85″ data-gr-id=”85″>crust</g>.
- Then add the other pie crust.
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- Seal the sides together. Then take a fork to the edges.
- I like to put little notes in the pie crust, but sometimes depending on how long it’s cooked you can’t read them after it’s cooked.
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I’m not the worlds best cook, but this recipe is sure to be a hit in your home if you like pot pies.
What is your favorite easy meal to cook for your family?
20 comments on “Easy Poor Man Chicken Pot Pie”
I love pies! And I have to be honest and admit that I didn’t make chicken pot pie ever – and it’s such a classic. I might try this one 🙂
This one is super simple and easy to make. It does taste REALLY good too. Hopefully, you’ll get the chance to try it.
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I’d love to attempt this recipe over Easter! Thanks for sharing.
I’d love to know if you enjoyed this dinner idea. It certainly is easy and delicious.
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This looks great Crystal. I make them all the time and we always enjoy them. I will give this recipe a shot!
I am sure you will love it. It’s really good and super simple.
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I can not make a sweet pie! But I am all for making a savory one! This one looks delish! Love the little note you put on there 🙂
I’m surprised you noticed the little note. I can barely see it in the picture. I know you would love it.
Hands down, chicken pot pie, is one of our favorite meals in our house and really like your recipe Crystal.
Thank you. I am sure you’ll love it too if you make it.
This is a great recipe to put in out Easter Gift Box at church. If I changed it to Bisquick it would be all dry good. Gosh, I do love Chicken Pot Pie!
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Growing up, I’d have chicken pot pies as an after-school snack. This looks really good and brings back memories. Thank you for joining us at the Oh My Heartsie Girl Wordless Wednesday! I look forward to seeing you again next
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Oh yum! Thank you for this recipe. I make mine similar but it’s always good to switch it up.
Love pot pies. Although I have never tried making one…peas, carrots and Campbell’s sound really good!
Great recipe! I love that it is so simple. For the holidays, I think this would make a great gift to donate to the food pantry! I could put boxes together with all of the ingredients and add a card with the recipe.
How long do you bake it for?
This is the way I have always made chicken pot pies and they always turn out great! Some baking tips: put foil around the edges so they don’t get too burned or crispy. Also, put salted butter on the top crust RIGHT AFTER it comes out of the oven for a buttery crust. I promise it won’t disappoint!
How long does this bake for? Looking forward to trying it!
I love this recipe. I’ve made it several times. However, I am now counting calories & wondering is you have the nutritional information. Thank you so much.