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An easy, homemade Chicken Pot Pie recipe made entirely in a cast-iron skillet! This skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. Easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe!
skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

GUYS. guys, guys, guys, GUYS. It’s here! The most EPIC and INSANE skillet chicken pot pie recipe. Everything about this one-pan meal is comfort food at it’s finest. & It’s easier than you’d ever think to make!

Skillet Chicken Pot Pie Recipe Highlights

I’m so obsessed with this chicken pot pie recipe because it’s…

  • DELICIOUS. How can you go wrong with a super duper creamy pot pie filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, peas, & chicken all topped with extra flaky biscuits & a garlicky herb butter?!
  • EASY. The whole pot pie comes together in a single cast iron skillet & most of the ingredients you need to make it are things you probably already have on hand this time of year.
  • QUICK. It only takes about 10 minutes of active time to throw it all together – totally weeknight-friendly.
  • COZY. Every bite warms your soul. This skillet pot pie is the definition of comfort food!
skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

Honestly, does comfort food get better than that?! ♡ Read on to learn more about this Skillet Chicken Pot Pie, or jump straight to the recipe & get cookin’!

EASY Skillet Chicken Pot Pie Ingredients

One of the reasons I love this chicken pot pie recipe so much is the ease of ingredients. Most of the ingredients you need to make the creamiest, most flavorful pot pie filling are staple ingredients you probably already have in your pantry & fridge. For me, knowing I already have everything on hand for a recipe takes away a lot of the dinnertime pressure, especially during the week.

skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

For perfect, easy chicken pot pie you need…

  • a little butter
  • the flavor trifecta otherwise known as onions, carrots, celery…plus garlic (obviously.)
  • a russet potato
  • frozen peas
  • all-purpose flour
  • some chicken stock & milk

What really takes this skillet chicken pot pie recipe to the next level, though, is my super-secret ingredient for extra flaky biscuit topping.

skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

My super-secret ingredient? Canned extra flaky biscuits. *gassssp!* I KNOW.

Biscuit Shortcut!

When I first envisioned making a skillet chicken pot pie, I wanted to do everything from scratch, including the biscuit topping. But when I tested this skillet pot pie, I tested it with homemade biscuits right alongside the “cheater” version using store-bought biscuits.

& Honestly? The store-bought biscuits provided so much convenience that they were just kind of hard to beat, with 2 major disclaimers:

  1. USE EXTRA FLAKY BISCUITS. The layers of extra flaky biscuits bake up so, so nicely in this skillet pot pie, with the top layers crisping up to the perfect golden brown & the bottom layers melding right into the creamy chicken pot pie filling. Extra flaky biscuits ad the perfect texture for this otherwise creamy & soft dish.
  2. SEASON THOSE BISCUITS. You must season up those biscuits! Whenever I go the semi-homemade route, I think it’s super important to add a little freshness to the store-bought components. For the perfect extra flaky biscuit topping, I brush on a quick garlicky herb butter, made out of the herbs you already have on hand for the pot pie filling, & sprinkle on some coarse sea salt. The combination of the two really takes this biscuit topping to the next level.
skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes
skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

How to Make Chicken Pot Pie in a Cast-Iron Skillet 

I’m in love with this skillet chicken pot pie recipe because not only is it super flavorful & creamy, it’s also super easy to throw together. It’s comforting & flavorful enough for a special occasion or a Sunday Supper, but with only a few simple steps, it’s also easy enough to make any night of the week.

One of the best things about this chicken pot pie is that it is made entirely in a single skillet. Meaning easy cooking, easy clean up & an all-around easy dinner!

skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

With your cast iron skillet in hand, you can get a started on making skillet chicken pot pie!

  1. Cook the Chicken: My favorite method for cooking & shredding chicken is to first brown it off with a hard sear in a cast iron skillet, & then transfer to the oven to roast for 15-20 minutes to cook through. Cooking chicken right in the same skillet you’re going to use to make skillet chicken pot pie is not only totally easy, it plays double duty to add so much flavor to the base of the pot pie!
  2. Make the Filling: Sauté up some diced onions, carrots, celery, garlic, & potatoes until softened, then add in some flour, chicken stock, & milk to create the base of the pot pie filling. I like to toss in some fresh herbs, too. No big deal if you don’t have any on hand, but if you do, they really take the filling to the next level. (The smell of those fresh herbs infusing into the creamy sauce? OMG. Seriously dreamy!)
  3. Add the Biscuits: They go right on top of the creamy pot pie filling, & then spread the garlicky herb butter right on top of the biscuits!
  4. Bake! Toss the whole skillet into the oven to bake, & 20 minutes later, it’s pretty much bubbly & golden brown pot pie perfection.

Can I use rotisserie chicken? Using rotisserie chicken from the store is an awesome alternative. Or! If you have leftover roast chicken, skillet chicken pot pie makes a great clean out the fridge meal. You can also easily swap chicken for turkey for a leftover turkey pot pie – a delicious way to use up your Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving leftovers!

I dare ya not to dive right in. 

skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes
skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes
skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes
skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

Be sure to make this Skillet Chicken Pot Pie recipe the next time you’re looking for the ultimate cozy dish. It’s savory & super comforting, I know you’ll love it! If you do give it a try, be sure to let me know! Leave a comment with a star rating below. You can also snap a photo & tag @playswellwithbutter on Instagram. I LOVE hearing about & seeing your PWWB creations!

Love weeknight comfort food? Us too! Try this Hawaiian Beef Stew, Crispy Parmesan Crusted Chicken, or this Weeknight Bolognese next. Happy cooking! ♡

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skillet chicken pot pie. an easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! this skillet chicken pot pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter. easy enough for busy weeknights, & comforting enough for cold winter nights, this skillet chicken pot pie is the perfect comfort food recipe! #playswellwithbutter #chickenpotpiewithbiscuits #skilletchickenpotpie #easychickenpotpie #castironskilletrecipes

Skillet Chicken Pot Pie

  • Author: Jess Larson
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 50 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour (includes inactive time)
  • Yield: serves 68 1x
  • Category: Main Dishes
  • Method: Stovetop, Skillet Recipes
  • Cuisine: American

Description

An easy homemade chicken pot pie recipe made entirely in a cast iron skillet! This Skillet Chicken Pot Pie has the creamiest filling loaded with carrots, potatoes, & shredded chicken & an extra flaky biscuit topping with herbed garlic butter.


Ingredients

Scale
  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, divided
  • 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts (see Recipe Notes)
  • 1 yellow onion, diced
  • 2 medium carrots, diced
  • 2 stalks celery, diced
  • 1 medium Russet potato, diced
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • ¼ cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 cup chicken stock
  • 3 cups whole milk
  • 1 sprig fresh rosemary
  • 10 sprigs fresh thyme
  • 8 sage leaves
  • 1 cup frozen peas
  • Kosher salt & ground black pepper, to season

for the biscuit topping:

  • 1 can extra flaky biscuits (from the refrigerator section)
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh herbs of choice
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • flaky sea salt, for sprinkling

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Cook the chicken: Add 2 tablespoons of the butter to a 12-inch cast-iron skillet over medium heat. Liberally season the chicken breasts with salt and ground black pepper. Place the chicken in the skillet and brown for 2-3 minutes per side. Transfer the skillet to the oven and roast for 15-20 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through. Carefully remove from the oven and transfer the chicken to a plate. Once cool enough to handle, use two forks or a pair of tongs to shred the chicken. Set aside.
  3. Cook the aromatics: Place the skillet back over medium heat. Add the remaining 2 tablespoons of butter. Once melted, add in the onion, carrots, celery, and potato. Season with ½ teaspoon each salt and ground black pepper and stir to combine. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 5-7 minutes, until the veggies are softened and slightly browned. Add the garlic and cook for another minute, until fragrant.
  4. Make the sauce: Sprinkle the flour over the browned veggies and stir to combine. Cook for 1-2 minutes, until deeply browned. While scraping the bottom of the skillet with a wooden spoon, slowly pour in the chicken stock. It will bubble vigorously, and almost cook all the way down very quickly. Be sure to scrape up any brown bits that may have formed at the bottom of the skillet – that’s where the flavor is! While stirring constantly, slowly pour in the milk. Once combined, add the rosemary, thyme, and sage – I like to leave the herbs whole, using kitchen twine to tie all the herbs together into a little bundle for easy removal. Bring to a simmer and cook for 4-5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until thickened slightly. Taste and season with additional salt & ground black pepper as needed.
  5. Finish the pot pie: Stir the shredded chicken and frozen peas into the skillet. Top with the biscuits. In a small bowl, combine the melted butter, chopped herbs, and garlic. Brush the herb butter over the biscuits and finish with a sprinkling of flaky salt.
  6. Bake the pot pie: Carefully transfer the skillet to the oven and bake for 15-20 minutes, until the biscuits are golden and cooked through. Carefully remove from the oven and cool slightly. Remove any spent herb stems from the skillet and serve in individual bowls. Enjoy!

Notes

  • Shortcuts for chicken: While cooking the chicken right in the skillet adds a lot of flavor to the base of this pot pie, skillet chicken pot pie is a great recipe to use up any leftover chicken you have in your refrigerator. You can also use Rotisserie chicken as a great store-bought shortcut, or any leftover Thanksgiving turkey you have after a holiday meal this season. If you’re using already cooked chicken or turkey, go ahead and skip Step 2!

Keywords: chicken pot pie, skillet chicken pot pie, easy chicken pot pie, cast iron pot pie, leftovers, pot pie

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Hi there, I'm Jess!

If there’s 1 thing to know about me, it’s this: I am head-over-heels in love with food. I’m on a mission to make weeknight cooking flavorful, fast, & fun for other foodies, & PWWB is where I share foolproof recipes that deliver major flavor with minimal effort. Other true loves: pretty shoes, puppies, Grey’s Anatomy, & my cozy kitchen in Minneapolis, MN.

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  1. 2.21.21
    Amy said:

    Like Jess mentions, you probably have everything for this which always makes recipes better in my book. There is not a better winter meal..this one is a must make! The canned biscuits make it so easy and they really made it over to the top good.

    • 3.5.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      So glad you enjoyed, Amy! It doesn’t get much cozier or easier than this Skillet Chicken Pot Pie!

  2. 2.1.21
    Elizabeth Meyer said:

    This recipe is tried and true for us. I’ve made it for immediate family and extended family and it’s beyond delicious. Not to miss!

    • 2.5.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Elizabeth, so glad to hear that you’ve been able to share this with so many loved ones & it has become a go-to!!

  3. 1.6.21
    Courtney I said:

    oh my gosh this is INCREDIBLE. so full of flavor and so simple to make

    • 2.8.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      So glad you enjoyed, Courtney! We love that it is a one skillet operation! Thanks for your review!!

  4. 12.3.20
    Lindsey said:

    Tried this and wow – very easy and delicious. As other commenters have noted, I feel like there could be a lot of ways to tweak and customize this based on your preferences or what you happen to have on hand. If you try it as written though, you will NOT be disappointed. Another winning dinner from PWWB!

    • 5.24.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Thanks so much Lindsey! This pot pie is definitely a cozy & comforting PWWB classic! 🙂

  5. 12.3.20
    Monica said:

    I am not a chef by any means, and rarely make anything besides breakfast – but this was simple and SOO amazing!!! it’s joining our dinner rotation and can’t wait to make it again!

    • 1.27.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Monica! Thanks so much, we are thrilled you loved it & couldn’t agree more – this skillet chicken pot pie makes the perfect weeknight dinner!

  6. 12.3.20
    Haley Clayton said:

    So so so so good!!!

    I have made this a few times exactly as the recipe says and it turned out flawless every time!
    With thanksgiving leftovers I did the PWWB mashed potatoes under the biscuits and through a bunch of cheddar on top and it was a great addition. Also only had oat milk on hand and it was just as good. Another amazing Plays Well with Butter recipe!!

  7. 12.3.20
    Kiley said:

    This is my new favorite way to use leftover Thanksgiving Turkey! Thanks for this delicious recipe!

  8. 11.29.20
    Swetha said:

    So good! And flexible – I used chicken thighs and added turnips bc that’s what I had. And perfect cozy comfort food. Leftovers were delicious too, even though the biscuits got kind of soggy on the bottom (as i would expect)

    • 3.9.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Couldn’t agree more, Swetha! Turnips would be a great add-in, thank you for sharing!

  9. 11.29.20
    Courtney S said:

    so easy and delicious!

    • 3.9.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Thanks for the review, Courtney! We are SO glad you enjoyed this skillet chicken pot pie – it is a weeknight favorite for sure!

  10. 10.27.20
    Lindsay said:

    Delicious! Definitely will be made again, buttering the store-bought biscuits is the best idea and really takes it over the top! The perfect weeknight cold weather comfort food!

    • 3.9.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hi Lindsay! So glad it was a hit & yes, such a simple add-on that makes allll the difference! Thank you for your review!

  11. 10.27.20
    Mary said:

    This is the easiest and most delicious comfort meal when you don’t have a lot of time or energy. I highly recommend it!

    • 3.9.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hey Mary! We agree, this chicken pot pie skillet is pure comfort food perfection! So glad you enjoyed, thank you for the review!

  12. 10.27.20
    Courtney said:

    This was delicious! My husband doesn’t typically like these sorts of dishes but he raved about it being “REALLY good pot pie” and even came back for the leftovers. The first time making it definitely took me longer but I know it’ll go faster the next times I make it now that I know what I’m doing.

    • 3.10.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Hey Courtney! Thank you so much for sharing – we are so glad to hear it got raving reviews from your husband too! If you are looking to cut down on cooking time try chopping the veggies a few days in advance & storing in an airtight container until ready to use. You can also use rotisserie chicken if you’d like for another shortcut (check out the recipe notes for details!).

  13. 10.27.20
    Emily Weir said:

    Seriously one of my favorite dishes to make! It’s super easy to make and is such a perfect comfort meal any day of the year.

  14. 10.27.20
    Maria said:

    Love this recipe! It’s so quick and yummy and honestly, anytime I get to use canned biscuits is a win!

  15. 10.21.20
    Karla H said:

    This was so, so good! Definitely going into my dinner rotation!

    • 3.9.21
      Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

      Yes Karla!! So glad you enjoyed & found a new favorite in this chicken pot pie skillet!

  16. 2.17.20
    Ren said:

    It was delicious!
    I added spinach to mine because we had it in the house and it needed to be used!
    It was a fun meal to make alongside my husband.

  17. 1.7.20
    Jessica D. said:

    This is one of our favorite recipes! I recently found out that it freezes very well, so I wanted to share what I did in case others wanted to do the same.

    I made 6x the recipe–in two big pots–and used my pressure cooker to cook a big batch of chicken to shred, but otherwise cooked it the same way up until the baking step. After the filling cooled, I froze it in 6 vacuum sealer bags. After defrosting, heat up the filling either in a cast iron skillet or separate pot (the first time I tried to bake it from cold, and the biscuits never fully cooked through) then top with the biscuits and bake as directed. The filling seemed like it had separated a little when it was defrosted but cold, but everything smoothed out very well once it was baked with the biscuits.

    It worked so well, and I’m so glad I took the time to stockpile almost fully cooked meals before I had a baby. Thanks for the great recipe!

    • 1.8.20
      jess said:

      This is AMAZING! You’re a meal prep queen, Jessica! Thanks so much for sharing your freezer instructions. I am going to update the Recipe Card to include your notes. =) Enjoy all that pot pie! xx

  18. 12.24.19
    Alexis H said:

    This skillet chicken pot pie recipe REPLACED my tried and true recipe I have been using for years! So yummy!

    • 1.9.20
      jess said:

      This makes me SO happy to hear!!! We’re obsessed with this recipe too. =) ENJOY! xx

  19. 11.13.19
    Kari said:

    Fantastic recipe! Easy to cook and tastes great.

    • 11.16.19
      jess said:

      So glad you like it, Kari! xx

  20. 11.13.19
    Elizabeth said:

    This is a perfect cozy weeknight meal. The refrigerator biscuit hack makes it weeknight friendly but the homemade sauce makes it special. Love!

    • 1.10.20
      jess said:

      Couldn’t agree more, Elizabeth! So glad you love it!

  21. 11.12.19
    Ellen said:

    This was amazing and delicious. Definitely will make this again.

    • 1.10.20
      jess said:

      So glad you loved it, Ellen!!! xx

  22. 11.12.19
    Elizabeth said:

    I love any excuse to use my cast-iron skillet, especially when it’s the only pan I’ll use for the meal, and this does not disappoint. I have made this with leftover Thanksgiving turkey when I had Thanksgiving leftover fatigue and it was delicious, and I’ve also made it with a store-bought rotisserie chicken and it was fantastic! The herb butter on the biscuits is to die for, and gives the pot pie an interesting element so that it’s not just all soft and smooth from the filling. My only one tiny problem (and hence 4-star rating) is that I wasn’t able to get the biscuits fully cooked just on top of the pot pie, and have taken to par-baking them before finishing on top for full flakiness.

    • 2.12.20
      jess said:

      Thanks so much for the feedback, Elizabeth! I’m so thrilled you love the flavor of the pot pie. The biscuits definitely do have a softer texture on the bottom when you bake the pot pie as described (it sort of reminds me of chicken & dumplings!), so if you want fully crisp & flaky biscuits, baking on a baking sheet is definitely the way to go.

  23. 11.12.19
    Ellen said:

    Holy crap, this is delicious. The broth is so creamy and flavorful, and the whole deal is so cozy and comforting and satisfying. The biscuits end up fluffy and crispy on top, and doughy and soaked with goodness on the bottom. We ate it for dinner and leftovers for lunch. So. Good.

    Also, if you’re like me and forgot you need kitchen twine, you can wrap the herbs in a little makeshift rope of aluminum foil. 🙂

    • 2.12.20
      jess said:

      Ah aluminum foil is a great trick! You could also use a twistie tie…I’ve done that on many occasions. =) Thanks so much for commenting, Ellen! I’m so glad you enjoyed this skillet pot pie!

  24. 11.12.19
    Maria said:

    I love the twist on the classic chicken pot pie. Anything I can add a canned biscuit too, I’m all for! Love this recipe all year long.

    • 2.12.20
      jess said:

      Haha, couldn’t agree more. Canned biscuits are kind of my favorite. =) I’m so glad you liked the pot pie, Maria! Thanks so much for commenting!

      • 10.23.20
        Sara said:

        Soooo good!! The herb butter on the biscuits was amazing. I made my chicken the day before in the crockpot. Made this a super quick week night dinner.

        • 3.9.21
          Erin @ Plays Well With Butter said:

          The biscuits truly make the dish!! So glad you enjoyed, Sara!💜