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Easy Chicken Pot Pie

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There is nothing better than a relaxing Sunday spent with family and a good home cooked meal.  After church on Sunday you’ll traditionally find my family and I at my parent’s house.  My mom usually entices us over with her home cooking and no dishes to clean guarantee.  Who could resist that!?  Bless my mother’s heart, she usually always makes sure to have macro friendly foods for us when we want it, or a good stick to your ribs kind of meal when we’re feeling naughty. This Easy Chicken Pot Pie recipe reminds me of my favorite kind of lazy Sunday afternoons spent with family. Putting this super easy, macro friendly, low fat meal on my menu! My family will love this!

One of my favorite things is to find new ways to make traditional recipes healthier.  When I followed a Paleo lifestyle for a while I loved baking all the grain free treats and discovering what did or didn’t work.  Now that I’m basically eating anything(so long as it fits my macros) I’ve had a lot more wiggle room to create new recipes and I’m LOVING it! I always hated feeling limited to only creating gluten free, grain free, whole30 compliant, yada yada recipes.  Not only was it hard, but I just felt like it wasn’t going to be long term or realistic for my family.  Again, I learned a lot about food quality doing a few Whole30’s(read about that here), and I’m sure I’ll do one again someday, but for now give me ALL the BREAD and GAINS!

Putting this super easy, macro friendly, low fat meal on my menu! My family will love this!

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Ok, on with this delicious, Easy Chicken Pot Pie! For this recipe you’ll first combine in a mixing bowl:

20 Ounces Pre Cooked Rotisseri Chicken (I used the the pre packaged white meat from Costco)

2 Cups Frozen Mixed Vegetables (I like the carrots, green beans, peas, and corn mixture)

1 10.5 Ounce Can Cream of Chicken Soup (I used the 98% Fat Free Variety)

1 cup 2% Milk

1 Teaspoon Poultry Seasoning

2 Teaspoons Dried Minced Onions (or chopped fresh onions but I’m lazy sometimes)

A bit of Salt and Pepper

Dump this in a 9X9 or 9in round casserole dish.

Putting this super easy, macro friendly, low fat meal on my menu! My family will love this!

Then in the mixing bowl combine:

1 cup Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes

1 cup water

1 Large Egg

2 Teaspoons Dried Parsley

Salt and Pepper

Evenly Pour Mix over top of previous mixture.

Putting this super easy, macro friendly, low fat meal on my menu! My family will love this!

Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 1 hour or until top turns golden brown. Slice into 4 or more servings and enjoy!

Putting this super easy, macro friendly, low fat meal on my menu! My family will love this!

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Kodiak Cakes Pancake Mix makes for a great, low fat, Chicken Pot Pie!

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  • Reply Isadora Guidoni July 25, 2017 at 11:54 am

    Interesting recipe, can it be done with a different type of soup? I’m not the biggest fan of mushrooms.

    • Reply Krista July 25, 2017 at 1:48 pm

      Hi Isadora! Funny thing, I don’t like mushrooms either! I’m not sure if you read the recipe correctly because it calls for cream of chicken, not cream of mushroom. Anyway, enjoy the recipe, it’s a good one!

  • Reply Sean Foege January 3, 2018 at 6:07 pm

    The recipe at the top states the nutritional information says it is for 1/4 of the pie – is that correct? Seems to me that just 1/4 of the chicken will add up to more than the 439 calories?

    • Reply Krista January 3, 2018 at 8:07 pm

      Hey Sean! I used the rotisserie chicken breast from Costco. According to the package, 5 ounces (1/4 of what the recipe calls for) is 200 calories, 36g protein. I’m pretty sure it’s right.

  • Reply Megan May 17, 2018 at 7:31 am

    Hi, would egg whites work in place of the egg?
    Can’t wait to try this tonight!

    • Reply Krista May 17, 2018 at 8:37 am

      Hi Megan! I don’t see why it wouldn’t. Obviously whole eggs have the extra fat a flavor, but if you need to scale the fat give it a try. Let us know how it turns out!

  • Reply Becky September 7, 2022 at 4:13 pm

    This came out great! Thanks!

    • Reply Krista Pool September 8, 2022 at 7:49 am

      I’m so glad! Enjoy!

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