For me, no matter what season it is, it is essential to have a hearty meal prepared to warm your belly and put a grin on your face. The heart shaped biscuit topping is an extra special addition to this tasty recipe. This deliciously creamy chicken pot pie soup with biscuits on top is one of my favourite soup recipes – and if you’re thinking “how the heck does a pie become a soup,” you’ll definitely want to keep reading this comfort food recipe!
Cozy up with a bowl of this delicious chicken pot pie soup! Perfect for a chilly night, this comforting dish is filled with tender chicken, vegetables, and has a flaky heart shaped biscuit on top. This is the ultimate comfort food to try if you have leftover rotisserie chicken or roast chicken.
This chicken pot pie soup tastes virtually the exact same as a yummy chicken pot pie, except there’s no crust. However, it does have biscuits on top that are shaped like hearts. It mixes potatoes, peas, onion, carrots, and celery to create a warm, creamy concoction. While it’s an ideal winter dish, it tastes and serves well ALL YEAR ROUND!
If you’ve ever wanted to try your luck with making hearty, warm soup-style dishes, this is a great place to start. The recipe is fairly easy, straight-forward, and if you’re a huge fan of savoury pot pies (like me), then I have no doubt you will fall in love with this one pot meal after the first taste.
Chicken Pot Pie Soup Ingredients
This chicken pot pie soup is one of those recipes you can throw together using simple ingredietns. Everything, including the chicken, cooks in one pot making it an easy weeknight dinner. It’s made with plenty of veggies! It is one of those easy recipes you will want to make when someone is sick or if you happen to be craving some comfort food.
To get started assemble the ingredients. Shredded chicken can be leftover chicken, shredded rotisserie chicken or you can cook up some chicken breast to shred. If you make a whole roasted chicken, this is a great recipe to make the left day with leftovers. You can make this a turkey pot pie soup by using leftover turkey instead of the chicken.
In addition to the shredded chicken, you will need chicken broth, Yukon gold potatoes, onion, carrot, mushrooms, frozen peas, celery, heavy cream, various spices and fresh parsley. You can substitute or add in other seasonal vegetables, like fresh or frozen corn or green beans. Frozen veggies can be used instead of fresh and they help to decrease the prep time, too. Dried thyme or fresh time could be used.
The potatoes are the secret ingredient in this homestyle chicken pot pie soup for making this a hearty and creamy soup. For the broth, you can make home chicken stock or use pre-made broth.
And if you’re one of those people who find it difficult to eat the right amount of vegetables – whether it’s because you loathe them or you forget – this homemade recipe is also perfect for you with the chicken and vegetables giving you essential protein, minerals, and vitamins. You will LOVE this chicken pot pie soup.
Calling all Comfort Food Lovers
I always wondered whether a pie could be transformed into a soup, and my dreams came true after I tested my theory. There’s something about the flavors, warmth, and feeling of enjoying a soup that has me feeling all giddy and excited.
I mean, we all know that we eat a whole lot more in winter, and food definitely seems more appealing. So just the thought of creating this has me drooling!
This chicken pot pie soup is quite mild in flavour, but heavenly in texture and rich with experience. If this one doesn’t become a part of my “grandma recipe cards” when I’m older, I don’t know what will.
Easy to Make Hearty Soup Recipe
Trust me when I say that this recipe is a breeze to make, and many of the ingredients can be substituted for others, so you can make the most use out of your current pantry stock.
It’s simple, quick, has fewer calories than a traditional pot pie (but retains all of the yummy benefits), and it is the best version of comfort food that I can think of. Just thinking about it has me pondering what Netflix movie I want to watch, curled up on the sofa with a blanket and the soup to warm my cold hands.
Seriously, though, what is better than soup when you’re freezing cold?
So, If I’ve finally convinced you that this is a worthwhile winter dish that will have you craving it each time you feel the slightest bit of cold, here’s the recipe and instructions to get started:
This Soup will be an Instant Family Favourite
This recipe can use rotisserie chicken or chicken breasts, making it perfect for leftover chicken. Really, any cooked chicken will do in this ultimate comfort food. It is the perfect comfort food for the winter months.
If you’re a bit devastated about the “no-crust” part of this recipe, don’t worry. There are biscuits on top of this soup and you can cut them in any shape you like. I used hearts for these. These biscuits are made from canned buttermilk biscuits but you can do homemade biscuits or even cut up a sheet of puff pastry.
If you don’t want the biscuits you can omit them. If you are looking for something simpler, you can use some crackers, pastry crust strips, or even some bread to enjoy it the same way you would with a pot pie. I love dunking them in, soaking them up, and plopping them into my mouth to relish in the crust goodness.
Homemade Chicken Pot Pie Soup
This comforting soup is sure to become an instant family favourite. This is a great recipe for anyone that loves creamy soups with tender chicken. It can be made in a dutch oven or you could even try it in your crockpot or slow cooker. In my opinion, this delicious soup is pure comfort food that the whole family will love! It is just like classic pot pie in soup form and it will make a great choice for dinner tonight.
What to Serve with Chicken Pot Pie Soup
This recipe uses canned biscuits, like Pillsbury which is easy to find at your local grocery store. You could also make homemade biscuits, Puff Pastry Garlic Cheese Twists or crackers like these Rosemary Cheddar Cheese Crackers.
Chicken Pot Pie Soup FAQs
Any soup leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
You can freeze a creamy soup, but I don’t recommend. Soups with dairy tend to separate. In this chicken pot pie soup with potatoes, they may go mushy.
Yes, you can make this soup both vegetarian and vegan. Use chickpeas instead of chicken as the protein. Also, substitute in a vegetarian broth and a dairy free milk (such as almond milk). Coconut milk could be used, but it will change the taste of the soup quite a bit.
Yes, to make this soup gluten free use gluten free flour instead of all purpose to thicken the soup and omit the biscuits on top or substitute them for some gluten free crackers or biscuits.
Chicken Pot Pie Soup Recipe
Chicken Pot Pie Soup
- 1 rotisserie chicken or 2 cooked chicken breasts, cubed
- 6 Cups chicken broth
- 2 1/2 Cups potatoes Yukon gold, chopped
- 1 onion medium, any colour, chopped
- 1 Cup carrots shredded
- 1 Cup mushrooms chopped
- 1 Cup peas frozen
- 2/3 Cup heavy cream
- 1/2 Cup celery chopped
- 1/4 Cup flour
- 2 Tablespoons butter
- 2 Tablespoons olive oil
- 3 Tablespoons lemon juice
- 3 Tablespoons parsley chopped
- 1 Teaspoons garlic powder
- 1/2 Teaspoon salt
- 1/2 Teaspoon black pepper
- 1/2 Teaspoon rosemary
- 1/2 Teaspoon thyme
- 1/4 Teaspoon red pepper flakes
- 1 Tablespoon butter
- 1 Can biscuits 16.3 Ounces
- 1 Teaspoon parsley chopped
- 1/4 Teaspoon garlic powder
- Preheat the oven according to the directions on the back of the can of biscuits.
- In a small microwave safe bowl, melt 1 Tablespoon of butter. Add the parsley, garlic powder, and a dash of salt.
- Open the can of biscuits. Taking one biscuit at a time, use a heart shaped cookie cutter to cut each biscuit into a heart shape. Place the heart onto a baking sheet and brush the top with the melted butter mixture.
- Bake in the oven as directed on the back of the biscuit can, watching carefully to be sure the tops do not get too dark.
- In a large pot mix the oil with the onions, celery, and mushrooms. Sauté for about 10 minutes to soften and get some color on the vegetables.
- Add in the butter, soup seasonings, and flour. Stir continuously for a few minutes to cook the flour, then add in the chicken broth and lemon juice.
- Add the potatoes, chicken, carrots, and peas. Let the soup come to a boil, then reduce heat to simmer and let simmer for 20 minutes or until the potatoes are tender.
- Add the cream and parsley, let come back up to a simmer for 5 minutes.
- Remove from heat and serve with fresh parsley and a heart biscuit (or two!) on top.
The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.
This chicken pot pie soup is a real winner and the heart shaped biscuits on top are the perfect topper. If you are looking for a tasty comfort soup, then this is it! It is absolutely delicious and tastes exactly like a chicken pot pie filling but in soup form.
Now I know what to do with the chicken breasts I have in my freezer. This dish looks so good, my family will love this and I am sure they won’t miss the crust.
I love everything soup! Chicken soup is one of my top favorite. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!
I love this recipe I will surely get a copy thank you!
Chicken soup is perhaps one of my favorite preparations. In short, it is a must that tastes like home!
Oh my goodness… this Chicken Pot Pie Soup is everything! It is still cold here in the NorthEast so this is on my list of meals to make this week. What an amazing Idea and seriously… this is the best in comfort food! Love the little heart puff pastries you made to go with it. So pretty and delicious!
That looks like comfort food at its best. I love the heart shaped pie crust.
I like this recipe. It looks like delicious and easy to prepare. I need to try! Thanks for sharing it. – Paolo
Funny enough, so far this is the warmest day of the year, yet I have been craving soup ALL DAY! This looks so freaking good. That heart pastry puff is everything!!!
comfort food always screams to me during the cold winter months… I LOVE Chicken pot pie and I love soup, sooooo I guess I’ll have to give this recipe a try ; )