Bite Size Chicken Pot Pies

Introduction: Bite Size Chicken Pot Pies

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Small Pies!!!

Now you can eat the whole pie without guilt!

Step 1: Prep

I chose ready made pie crust. This was cut to size using various glasses and bowls

You will need small muffin tin, the smaller the better.
Chicken (1 breast)
Carrots (1 cup finely chopped)
Frozen peas (1 cup)
Onions (1 cup finely chopped)
Celery (1 cup finely chopped)
Chicken broth (1.5 cups)
Flour (1/3 cup)
Butter (2 TBSP)

Step 2: Filling Prep

Preheat the oven to 410F

Place the butter and onions in a pan and saute until clear.
Add the chicken, cover until fully cooked.

Meanwhile add the flour to the chicken broth and whisk thoroughly.

Remove the chicken and finely dice it. Return the diced chicken to the pan.
Add the celery, carrots and peas
Cook until the carrots become soft.
Add the broth and flour mixture, cook until it thickens.
Remove mixture from the heat.
Add salt and pepper to taste.

Step 3: Make the Pies

If using pre-made dough, roll it flat then cut to size of your muffing tin.

Carefully shape the dough to the muffin tin.

Fill the pies with the chicken mixture.

Cover the pies with another cut piece of dough.

Seal the pie edges and cut vents.

Any left over dough can be rolled flat and used for more pies!

Step 4: Bake and Enjoy

This small size pie only required 10-15 minutes baking time at 410F to be golden brown and crispy. Larger pies take longer! The next muffin tin size up took 20 minutes.

Remove from oven, let cool for about 5 minutes before eating.

If the tops were not sealed fully they will come loose.

Theses pies take only a bite or two to finish!

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    I made several variations both savory and sweet. Did spent the weekend making them and then placed them into a vacuum sealer a pair at a time. After labeling them, the end result was a freezer full of homemade mini pot pies and in enough of a variety that my family can grab and go and have something that they want. They make great lunches and snacks. And during those times when you just don't feel like cooking for the night. :)

    Great instructable!!!


    9 years ago on Introduction

    Guilt? What's that? ;-)

    Beautiful pies... I could eat a dozen!


    9 years ago on Introduction

    I did the same thing recently for my daughter's 2nd birthday but with Apple Pies. I made a home-made crust and cut little 2s in the crusts. I was very surprised this worked so well. The idea of Pot Pies came into my mind, but I haven't had time to test anything. Thank you for proving that this idea will translate perfectly.