How Does It Taste
This dairy-free and gluten-free chicken pot pie tastes amazing if you ask me. The filling is buttery and creamy despite being dairy free, and its filled with wonderful pieces of shredded chicken, savory and sweet vegetables, and wonderful fall seasonings.
The topping is a delicious puff pastry that melts in your mouth.
On top of tasting good, this gluten-free chicken pot pie really warms my body and soul. I love eating it on a cold fall or winters day.
Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pie Frozen
Allow dough to rest in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.At lasta truly authentic comfort food favorite prepared from scratch thats both gluten free and milk free!Blakes uses only the finest ingredients with no artificial flavors, colors, preservatives or ingredients, including white meat chicken raised without antibiotics.Boil the chicken breasts in a pot with the chicken broth for 15 minutes until cooked through.remove the chicken breasts and place them on a cutting board.
Chicken pot pie can most definitely be made gf!Cook the chicken in the butter and oil, after or even with the chopped onions, for about 5 minutes.Drain the vegetables and place in a bowl.For food safety and quality, follow cooking instructions.
For the filling, i like to use a.Gluten free chicken casserole.Heat the chicken pot pie frozen meal in the microwave or oven for a warm, delicious dinner thats ready in just minutes.Keep frozen until ready to bake.
Keep stirring til the onions become translucent and the carrots start to get a little darker season with salt and pepper.Line rimmed baking sheets with unbleached parchment paper and set aside.Made with rice flour, potato flour, and tapioca flour, this pie crust is completely gluten free.Make the sauce using chicken stock
Not recommended for toaster oven.Place pot pie on cookie sheet.Preheat your oven to 375°f.Use two forks or a meat.
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Add in the chicken broth, seasonings, salt and pepper until mixed together. Add onions and cook for two minutes, then add garlic, butternut squash and mushrooms.
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Tips From The Betty Crocker Kitchens
- tip 1 Cooking Gluten Free? Always read labels to make sure each recipe ingredient is gluten free. Products and ingredient sources can change.
- tip 2 Wondering what to do with the rest of your box of gluten-free Bisquick mix? Explore a few more of our gluten-free recipes.
- tip 3 Chicken pot pie is a crowd pleaser for a reason. Its an easy dinner, perfect for using up leftover chicken and its delicious. Because its such a winning recipe, we cant stop thinking up new ways to make it. So if youre a fellow fan, check out the rest of our chicken pot pie recipes.
General Thoughts About The Meal
Overall I enjoyed this frozen meal. Its a bit small for my appetite, so I usually eat it with another meal or snack for lunch, but its still good. I enjoy the flavor of the gravy and the crust. Its nice to have something that I rarely get to try anywhere else including when going out. GF chicken pot pies are not very easy to find!
The taste is a bit sweet for the crust and its also pretty salty inside, but it is not bad for a frozen meal that takes a little over five minutes to make. I will definitely get this again, and other Blakes meals like their gluten-free mac & cheese and shepherds pie.
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Blakes Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pie
Made with Organic Vegetables and a sweet cornbread crust. Made with White Meat Chicken raised without Antibiotics. No Artificial Colors, No Artificial Flavors and 0 Grams of Trans Fat.
Ingredients: Chicken Broth, cooked white chicken meat, organic potatoes, organic peas, organic carrots, organic soybean oil, organic white rice flour, organic corn starch, organic spices, organic turmeric, sea salt. Crust . Contains: Milk, Egg, Soy
Nutritional Facts: 310 Calories per Serving, one serving per container. Total Fat 13 grams, Cholesterol 75 mg. Sodium 540 mg, Total Carbs 32 grams, with sugar being 2 grams. Total Protein is 15 grams.
Cooking Instructions: Conventional Oven total time is 50 to 55 minutes. Microwave oven 3 minutes, but still recommended to put in conventional oven for 20-22 minutes. I cooked mine using a conventional oven and it came out perfect, with a nice browned crust top and heated perfectly.
I have always loved pot pies. When I was younger I remember them on ad at 5 for a $1.00! Perfect meal when I was a young sailor with a young family, we ate a bunch of them. The only difference between this one and the ones I remember was a bottom crust. I do wish they had a bottom crust if anyone from Blakes is listening!
So this is a very good replacement . The taste, the texture, great crust and lets face it, the comfort were all there. I would recommend to anyone that is looking for a good Pot Pie.
Taste Test Score = 9
How To Make Chicken Pot Pie
You are going to love this chicken pot pie filling. Its warm, savory and brimming with flavor and overall goodness.
My secret to making the best gluten-free chicken pot pie filling is that I use rotisserie chicken. The chicken shreds so beautifully, and you get a wonderful mix of juicy dark and white meat.
I use the entire chicken and just shred it all up. The Costco rotisserie chickens are much bigger than grocery store rotisserie chickens, so you may not want to use the entire Costco chicken or just use a bigger casserole dish if you want to cook for a crowd and have extra leftovers.
You could also use leftover Thanksgiving turkey instead of rotisserie chicken to make a turkey pot pie. After your Thanksgiving feast, simply shred the leftover turkey, including the turkey left on the bone of the carcass, and save it for the next day. Youll just add it to your pot pie filling when youre ready to make it.
In addition to juicy rotisserie chicken, your filling can include any vegetables you love. For the fall, I use cubed butternut squash, which I buy cubed already so I dont have to do the difficult task of cubing it. You could easily swap for cubed sweet potatoes or carrots .
I added the butternut squash cubes, onions and mushrooms to a large pan, along with some avocado oil, and cooked it all up. The moisture from the mushrooms will help cook the butternut squash and make it soft.
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Can I Freeze Gluten
Yes. I usually bake it first then freeze it, but because all the ingredients are already cooked you can freeze it before you bake it. Just note that the crust may be a little softer if you bake it before you cook it.
These Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pies are our go-to when we need something comforting. It’s such a comforting and warm dish, and everyone in my family enjoys them. I hope you will give them a try. If you do, please come back and leave a comment telling me what you thought.
Is Chicken Gluten
Believe it or not, I get this question often. For the most part, yes, chicken is gluten-free. Sometimes during processing fillers are added to the chicken to add flavor. Sometimes those filler are not gluten free. Always check labels if you are buying chicken at the store.
Have a question? Please ask away in the comments and I will try to get back to you in a timely manner.
The exact pan that I used to make these mini pies isn’t available anymore but Cobble Creek makes a silicone mini-pie pan set.