Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe for Busy Moms

Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe for Busy Moms

I have been compensated by Walmart for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.

The cool Fall temps have started rolling in and it’s the perfect time to start making some of my favorite comfort foods.

BUT, I don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. And I don’t want to feed my family fast food every day. So this means I need quick, easy, and healthy meal solutions that I can whip up pretty quickly.

That’s why I keep Progresso Rich & Hearty Chicken & Homestyle Noodle soup on hand — to help me make a real dinner, real fast, any day of the week.

Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe for Busy Moms

I love Progresso because of their quality ingredients including antibiotic free, all white meat chicken. It’s also easy to find at my local Walmart. Another plus, saving time is always a great thing.

One of the kids’ favorite recipes is Chicken Pot Pie. I also love it because it tastes great and it’s very easy to make – using Progresso soup and ready-to-fill pie crusts. Progresso is rich and hearty – perfect for these cool nights.

Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe for Busy Moms

We go from starving to completely full in about an hour. Which is great on the nights when I have to get my teen daughter to/from dance class and my younger son to/from football practice (yup, all in one night!).

I’m spending a lot of time in the car, taxiing children around, so when I get home the last thing I want to do is get crazy in the kitchen.

I need dinners that are quick, easy, and healthy.

Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe for Busy Moms

This recipe is pretty straight forward.

Two ready-to-fill deep dish pie crusts. 2 cans of Progresso Rich & Hearty Chicken & Homestyle Noodle soup. And a little flour (to thicken the broth).

Easy Chicken Pot Pie Recipe for Busy Moms

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

In a saucepan, combine the soup with flour. I usually eyeball it so I don’t have any exact measurements for you. Just throw some flour in, mix it up, repeat – until it gets to your desired thickness.

Cover and boil for about 15 minutes. Remove from heat and drain (most, not all of the liquid).

Place the soup mixture into one of the pie crusts. Fill to the top.

Put the second pie crust over the top, seal the edges, and cut away any excess crust.

Make several small slits in the top to allow steam to escape.

Bake in the preheated over for about 20 minutes, or until pastry is golden brown and filling is bubbly. Cool for 10 minutes before serving.

Progresso Rich & Hearty Chicken & Homestyle Noodle soup

Pick up your favorite Progresso soups up at Walmart. Enjoy! 🙂

I want to hear from you!

What’s your favorite easy recipe to make on your busiest days? Please join the discussion in the comments section below.

Comments 25

  1. What a great idea. This sounds so good and a happy healthy meal. I couldn’t ask for an easier recipe. Thank you so much for sharing

  2. This looks so yummy, and so easy. Never really thought of using soup before. Progresso is a great option as they have such awesome soup with big chunks of yumminess.

  3. I made this and it was scrumptious. I am a horrible cook and it was so easy and fast. Thank you so much, it is my family’s new favorite.

  4. Wow, this is insanely easy and looks absolutely delicious!! I have definitely never thought to use soup before, what a brilliant idea! I usually only make pot pie when I have leftovers from a roast chicken, this is going to save me SO much time! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  5. Yum… I love chicken pot pies and this is such a cool way to do it. I would love to be able to add the ingredients that I want, versus the store bought already made ones. Wonder if putting stuffing in the inside would be too much with the pie crust. Guess I will be trying this out 🙂

  6. Thanks for your busy moms chicken pot pie recipe. It sounds easy to make and I can’t wait to try it. It made me hungry reading about it

  7. I love chicken pot pie, I love beef pot pie, I love every type of pot pies. Chicken noodle soup sounds good too, I might try to make this dish.

  8. Oh wow…this IS super easy! I absolutely love chicken pot pie but it is so time consuming to make. When I first looked at your pics, I was thinking there is no way she just dumped a can of soup & covered it with crust LOL! Good thing I actually read the recipe. I would have never thought of doing that on my own with the flour to make a quick pot pie. Pinning this one for sure..thanks!

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