Congratulations! You just found your new favorite cozy, comfort food recipe. It's creamy, full of flavorful vegetables, packed with shredded rotisserie chicken, and all nestled in a flaky, buttery crust. And did I mention this chicken pot pie is gluten and dairy free?!
And this homemade recipe is so delicious we enjoy it year-round, not just in the winter months. You want to pin this recipe now.
Not only is the crust flakey, buttery, and delicious... the filling is ultra amazing too. Notice all the vegetables added to the chicken pot pie.
- diced onion
- diced carrots
- green Beans
- shredded rotisserie chicken
- chicken broth
- dairy Free milk-- we use unsweetened almond milk; use your DF milk of choice
- gluten free flour-- our go-to is Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free 1 to 1 Baking Mix
- gluten free all-purpose flour-- we have the best results using Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free 1 to 1 Baking Mix in this recipe. This contains xanthan gum already in the blend. We've also used Mama's Almond Blend.
- xanthan gum-- omit if your gluten free all-purpose flour contains this or guar gum
- kosher salt
- dairy free butter-- our go-to is Earth Balance Buttery Sticks
- dairy free milk-- we use unsweetened almond mild, use your go-to dairy free milk
Friends and family can't believe how buttery this crust tastes. Earth Balance buttery sticks knock this recipe out of the park.
And if you're intimidated by gluten and dairy free crusts, know I won't suggest any recipe with a difficult crust.
Bob's Red Mill GF 1 to 1 All-purpose Baking Flour is my go-to with this chicken pot pie. It provides a rich, nutty flavor that complements the creamy filling ingredients. However, this crust recipe is flexible and will taste great with other gluten free all-purpose flours. If your all purpose flour doesn't contain xanthan gum in the listed flour ingredients, please add it accordingly to the recipe.
How much dairy free milk you will need for the crust is determined by the gluten free flour you use. For instance-- When using Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free 1 to 1 Baking Flour you'll need closer to a cup of milk. Start off the recipe with 10 tablespoon and add in 1 tablespoon until the crust is moist and workable.
in the past we've used Mama's Almond Blend which needs 10 tablespoon dairy free milk for the crust to be moist and workable.
2 tips for the perfect flakey crust
First place flour under the crust as you roll it. It is so easy to forget this step.
But you don't want the crust to stick to your counter top. If it does stick... place the dough back into a ball and rework with your rolling pin.
It's important to frequently lift the dough while rolling and placing flour under it.
And when your crust is about 10 inches wide, roll it onto your rolling pin. Then place the rolling pin on one end of your pie dish and roll it across the plate. Your crust should nicely fall into place in the pie plate.
This trick was a game changer for me working with gluten free dough. Working with gluten and dairy free crusts can be challenging. However, this recipe proves it's possible.
Can you believe how veggie loaded this meal is? Not to mention these veggies bring mouthwatering flavors to this chicken pot pie. And the filling is so creamy, not runny like some recipes.
Furthermore this makes for perfect lunch leftovers. The gluten and dairy free crust tastes like it just came out of the oven even when reheated days later.
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Two 10" Crusts:
- 3 c all-purpose gluten free flour spoon and level method, suggestion in post
- 2 teaspoon xanthan gum omit if your gf all-purpsoe blend contains this or guar gum
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 12 tablespoon cold dairy free butter cut into small cubes suggestion in post
- 10 tablespoon cold dairy free milk see note below
- 1 Rotisserie chicken or two baked chicken breasts, meat shredded
- 2 tablespoon grapeseed oil
- 1 c green beans (frozen or fresh veggies work in this recipe)
- 1 c small cubed carrots
- 1 c corn
- 1 c peas
- ⅓ c diced onion
- ⅓ c all-purpose gluten free flour spoon and leveled method, suggestion in post
- ¾ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon pepper
- 1 ¾ c chicken broth
- ⅔ c dairy free milk
- Preheat oven to 425° F.
- In a medium sized bowl combine flour, xanthan gum, and salt.
- Cut butter cubes into flour with a pastry knife.
- When the mixture is the size of small peas, add in milk and combine. You may need to add in additional milk pending the flour used. Keep in mind the dough should be moist.
- Divide the dough in half. Flour your countertop and rolling pin well. Place one dough ball on the floured surface and roll into a 10 inch circle. Most importantly you need to frequently lift the crust and add more flour underneath.
- Again flour your rolling pin. Roll the dough up onto the rolling pin.
- Then place the rolling pin on one side (edge) of your pie pan and roll the dough out over the entire pie plate. Trim edges if needed. Set aside.
- Over medium heat in large saucepan preheat oil. Then add in onions and rest of vegetables until tender. Stir in precooked shredded chicken.
- Add in flour, salt, pepper, chicken broth, and milk.
- Simmer over medium heat until thickened.
- Remove from heat and pour into prepared pie plate.
- Prepare the top crust as you rolled out the bottom crust. Roll crust onto rolling pin.
- Roll top crust off rolling pin across top of pie plate. Seal the edges. Cut a few small slits into the top crust.
- Bake for 30 minutes until crust is golden brown.
- Remove from the oven and let set 5 minutes.
- Refrigerate any leftovers.
- NOTE-- How much dairy free milk you need for the crust is determined by the gluten free flour you use. For instance-- When using Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free 1 to 1 Baking Flour you'll need closer to a cup of milk. Start off the recipe with 10 tablespoon and add in 1 tablespoon increments until the crust is moist and workable. Mama's Almond Blend needs 10 tablespoon dairy free milk for the crust to be moist and workable.
These Nutritional Facts are ESTIMATED. Your actual nutritional info with this recipe may vary depending on the brands you choose. “Eating Gluten and Dairy Free” is not a registered dietician or nutritionist. The provided nutritional info above is based on a generic calculator, if you want more accurate info, use your nutritional calculator of choice where you can choose brands and get more info that way.