Chicken Pot Pie Casserole

All your winter dreams come true right here with this Chicken Pot Pie Casserole. We got 14 inches of snow this last week .. needless to say comfort food is on repeat at our house. This recipe should really be considered two in one, you’ve got casserole but take the recipe for the chicken alone and make it for meal prep to go with salads, sandwiches or in wraps.

Great macros, great flavor and reheats fabulously.
Enjoy and let me know how you like it!!


6 – 259g Per Serving


“ohsnapmacros – Chicken Pot Pie Casserole”

4.92 from 17 Reviews


Adjust Servings
1.5lbs raw chicken breast
1tsp paprika
1tsp garlic powder
1tsp onion powder
1tsp salt
Fresh Cracked Pepper
1/4tsp dried thyme
1/4tsp dried basil
1/4tsp dried oregano
Pot Pie Casserole
Chicken breast, shredded and seasoned
1tbsp butter
1tsp minced garlic
1/2 yellow onion, chopped
2tbsp chicken broth (used at different times)
1/2cup chicken broth (used at different times)
1/4cup flour
2/3cup whole milk
1cup frozen corn (160g)
1cup frozen peas and carrots (160g)
Salt and pepper to taste
6 crescent rolls from a 8 roll container (*see note below*)

Nutritional Information

Total Servings: 6
Serving Size: Approx. 259 grams
339 Calories
12 Fat (grams)
27 Carbs (grams)
31 Protein (grams)
2 Dietary Fiber
497 Sodium (mg)



For the chicken

Add chicken breasts to a pot of boiling water with a pinch of salt. Boil until done and no longer pink on the inside, approximately 20 minutes. When the chicken is done, remove from the water and shred with a fork. Pour out the water from the pot and return the shredded chicken to the empty pot. Add all seasonings and stir together well to coat the chicken.
You can prep your chicken before and leave in the fridge until you're ready to make the casserole or move directly onto the next steps.
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For the pot pie casserole

Pre-heat the oven to 375.
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Add butter to a pan over medium and melt. Once melted add onions and garlic, cook and stir until onions are translucent. Add flour and 2 tbsp. broth and stir until onions are well coated. Slowly add milk and broth and stir. Add salt and pepper, stir everything together and simmer until the sauce thickens. The consistency should be similar to a potato soup.
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Add frozen vegetables and chicken and stir everything together.
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Unroll your crescent rolls and set 2 aside (see note below). Cut each of the remaining 6 rolls into 3 pieces and lay like a puzzle across the top of the chicken mixture.
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Bake for 14 minutes. Serve and enjoy!
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Not sure what to do with the extra rolls? Cut a hotdog in half and make two pigs in a blanket for your kids. Alternatively see note below for nutrition facts using all 8. Or cook them on their own and have one with eggs and sausage for breakfast .. or just toss them.
Crescent rolls: if you use all 8 rolls each serving will be 324 cals 40.5 P / 9 F / 27.3 C


  • Samantha

    I made this the other night for the first time. It was so good and my in laws agreed. I’d also held up nicely as leftovers!

  • Jessica

    I’m using cooked chicken breast from a big batch I made earlier — can you let me know how many grams of cooked chicken I should use in the recipe? Thanks!

    • daniellelima

      I use 1.5 lbs of raw chicken which would be approx. 25% less in weight for cooked chicken.

  • daniellelima

    Yes, this feature needs to be turned off to avoid confusion.

  • Lauren

    Did you update this recipe recently? I made it 2 weeks ago but now the recommended seasonings from the chicken are not listed.

  • Sarah

    I got of my go-to’s! So easy to make for a quick dinner or meal prep for lunch during the week!

  • D

    Easy & delicious

  • Jesse

    All I have to say is YUM! This is so so good!!

  • Diana

    This was so delicious. Can’t wait to make again 🙂

  • Suz

    I made this for dinner, my 6 year old absolutely loved it! I had all of the seasonings and most of the ingredients already so it was very quick and easy.

  • Alexa

    What is a serving?

    • daniellelima

      Approx. 260 grams. It is listed right above the ingredient details.

  • Tamara

    Are the crescent rolls the pilsbury ones in the can? Thanks!!

  • Janie

    Made this today as it was cold and rainy!! What a great recipe!!! My picky husband said more than once it was really good!! I love your recipes and thank you for sharing!!!

  • allison Poullard

    So good & so yummy! I will say, I did cheat and use a can of cream and mushroom but still followed the recipe otherwise and it was a family favorite!

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