Chicken Pot Pie Recipe – How to Make Slow Cooker Chicken Pot Pie Stew

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Watch how to make delicious chicken pot pie in your slow cooker. There’s no fussing with pie crusts here. You simply make the pot pie like a stew, then spoon it over hot biscuits! It’s a simple one-pot meal that’s a true family favorite.

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  1. I made this dish in my crockpot for dinner at it taste really good. I deviated the recipe just a little. To the mix I had added 2 Maggie's chicken bouillon cubes, 26 oz can of Cream of Chicken and Cream of Celery soup

  2. has to be one of the most revolting recipes I've ever seen. canned cream of chicken soup and bullion cubes? I don't need a vid for that. maybe a hot tub time machine!

  3. I've been looking for simple crock pot chicken pot pie recipes and find it difficult to find the right one because NONE of the recipes says the size of the crock pot. I have a 4qt crock pot because it's just me. I keep finding frozen peas and carrots and I'm not a fan of peas. It says cook on low for 6 hours. I like to find recipes where I can make my meal in 4 hours. I guess I'm going to have to keep searching or come up with my own concoction.

  4. I think the cooking time isn't correct. Usually takes 4 hours on high and 6 hours on low. Should take less than an hour to cook the frozen veggies. I agree with everyone about the high sodium. U can always use the low sodium cream of chicken. I think one can should be enough. The bouillon can be left out. I would also sub the garlic salt and celery salt. Other than that just looks like a chicken soup/stew can add rice to it or even noodles.

  5. On the contrary, crock pot cooking is great for busy people because you just throw it all in and leave it. During those six hours you can just go about your business. =)

  6. Thanks for your question. If you want to cook this on low it will take about 7-8 hours, followed by an additional 1-2 hours after the vegetables are added. Enjoy 🙂