The Best Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

If you are lucky you will have some extra turkey from that fabulous Thanksgiving dinner or chicken from rotisserie dinner. In this post, I share my the best chicken pot pie prepared in an Air Fryer Oven Recipe. I’ve also included directions to create in a conventional oven.

Create The Chicken Pot Pie Recipe Slide Show

In this video, on my YouTube Channel, I show how easy step by step this recipe really is! You can use a conventional oven but I recommend the a Power Oven Air Fryer.

This video can be found on my Bren Haas YouTube Channel.  I love making videos almost daily so be sure to subscribe to my channel if you are a YouTube user.  Be sure to follow me on YouTube for more great videos.  Look me up – I am at Bren Haas on YouTube 

** Warning: You will find yourself baking more food just because it is easy and healthier in a Power Air Fryer Oven. 


The Best Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

In this post, I am using leftovers from our Thanksgiving turkey dinner but I have also used rotisserie chicken leftovers as well.  Both taste very similar in this yummy and easy to create pie.

Because this is a classic recipe I recommend using the print option below and add this to your recipe book.  Isn’t the cute little pie plate adorable?  I use the Anchor 6″ pie plates in my Power Oven Air Fryer because they fit PERFECT!  Don’t panic if you don’t have an Electric Air Fryer you can also use this recipe in the oven just account for the size of the plate.  I share both options in the directions below.

Ingredients Needed:

  • 2 tablespoons of butter ( or Coconut Oil )
  • 1/4 cup chopped onion
  • 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 3/4 cups chicken broth
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded cooked turkey or chicken
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen mixed vegetables, thawed
  • 2 Prepared pie crust dough

Chopped Onions for Saute – taste amazing in coconut oil.

The Pampered Chef Roller has been my favorite for Years!  I found them on Amazon if you are interested in getting one and don’t want to deal with a Pampered Chef Consultant.

If you don’t like too much dough or crust you can skip making the bottom crust of the pie and just pour in mixture.

Inspired by my Oven Air Fryer or also known as Mommy’s easy bake oven! 
Note: IF you don’t have an Oven Air Fryer you can use a traditional oven.  However, I strongly recommend you purchase your own Oven Air Fryer because it is my favorite appliance EVER.  Seriously, I make everything in mine.  Consider purchasing yours using my Amazon Affiliate link on this post.

Did I convince you yet that the Power Oven Air Fryer is for you?


Let’s Connect

I’d love to hear what you create with your turkey or chicken leftovers.  Be sure to comment on this blog post or connect on my contact page. Like this recipe? Share it with your friends on social media or email! 

Happy Easy Baking,

8 Responses

  1. As Vegan this looks amazing

  2. I have the original recipe from a cookbook I have and YES it’s the best and easiest to make and it tastes fabulous, my family loves it. Thank you for converting it to an air fryer recipe. I completely agree about the air fryer it’s my absolute favorite appliance and I use it on a daily basis. I also recommend a ninja one pot oven, I use the pressure cooker and then I use my air fryer and I spend a third of the time in the kitchen making dinner than I used too. Thanks again for the conversion and I will be looking out for more great conversions like this. You’ve helped me become more adventurous in the kitchen!

    1. Thank you Christine for leaving a comment. I am looking up the ninja one pot oven now – never heard of it so I appreciate your share. I’ll try to get more recipes up for you with conversions to the air fryer oven. Where do I begin… we use it daily in my home and it does make cooking faster and not to mention a speedy cleanup!

      See you in the kitchen soon,

  3. Just starting to use air fryer. Loved you chicken pot pie recipe and would like to follow more of your recipes. I have no website. Where should I look for you? Thanks, Bren.

    1. You can always find my updates on my website! BrenHaas.com
      I try to leave a personal text message via v-log or text on that page. You can view it on your mobile, tablet or PC. I hope to see you there – leave me a comment to let me know you found it!

  4. These meal look delicious! Love that they only take 30 minutes to be made.

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