This Keto Chicken Pot Pie has a biscuit top crust and a creamy, rich filling! Perfect fall comfort food, this low carb chicken pot pie is courtesy of Annissa from Simply So Healthy, and it looks simply so AMAZING!!!
Before we get to this delicious keto chicken pot pie recipe, here is an introduction from Annissa and a little bit about their team:
Greetings from North Carolina! This is Annissa from simplysohealthy.com. Thank you so much, Mellissa for allowing us to share our keto chicken pot pie recipe on your blog!
I started simplysohealthy.com with my daughter, Harper, almost 2 years ago.
When Harper and I started eating low carb, we found that we not only felt better, but actually enjoyed our food more than ever before. We put more forethought into our meals and especially enjoyed eating sweets without the guilt. We liked trying new low carb recipes and didn’t miss eating our old way.
Our new way of eating made us set out on a journey to create low carb versions of our favorite foods (like this keto chicken pot pie!) and we never turned back.
The goal of our blog is to create recipes that make low carb eaters feel like they aren’t missing out on a thing. We’ve created loads of keto recipes to help satisfy those pesky cravings. We have low carb recipes for sweet stuff, comfort food, and delicious gourmet meals.
All of our low carb recipes are easy to make. Most are quick to put together, and a few truly special dishes take a little more time. We use real food with no artificial ingredients. Almost all of them can be used with a gluten free, grain free, Keto, Atkins or Banting diet, and some are suitable for Paleo.
This keto chicken pot pie recipe embodies everything comfort food is supposed to be. It has a flaky biscuit topping that tastes just like the real thing. The filling of this low carb chicken pot pie has a creamy, garlicky base with tender pieces of chicken, carrots, peas, and onion. A bit of thyme adds that warm country feel.
Keto chicken pot pie recipe notes
I know that some keto people balk at carrots and peas. Yes, they both have more carbs than our beloved spinach, romaine, and cauliflower. However, they are used in very small amounts in this recipe. In fact, there are only three net carbs per serving.
I recommend using a low-salt chicken broth for this low carb chicken pot pie recipe. The broth is simmered until it is thickened which concentrates the flavors. If you use regular broth, the end result will be too salty.
This Keto Chicken Pot Pie makes a delicious meal anytime you need some comfort food. Enjoy!
Thanks Annissa, this incredible keto chicken pot pie will be getting made at our house as soon as I can get the ingredients together!Print
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