Easy chicken curry pot pies are filled with creamy spinach, curried lentils, and roasted chicken. This gluten free pot pie recipe is quick and easy, making several individual pot pies or one family sized pot pie! The chicken curry filling will warm the body and soul. Dairy free, healthy, and delicious, too!
It’s curry in a hurry today! I’ve got something to write home about. No really. When your favorite childhood home cooked meal meets your favorite grown up meal (which is now gluten free of course), you get this. HOME COOKED Gluten Free Chicken Curry Pot Pies ya’ll!
You see, when I first started eating gluten free… um, like a decade ago (whoa!), there was no such thing as gluten free pie crust and the thought of trying to make a gluten free versions of my beloved childhood favorite, chicken pot pie, was way too daunting. Okay my mom didn’t really make chicken pot pie from scratch, it was Marie Callender’s, but you get my point. It was an easy family friendly comfort food at it’s finest. But you know what happened because of this gluten free life style? It forced me to try new foods, especially ethnic food. Which I found to be more gluten free friendly. That’s how I fell in love with curry, chicken curry, all things curried. Ya, I’m that girl who now. Curry = Comfort.
Friends, this is why I am super duper STOKED to share a recipe for chicken curry pot pies today.
It’s like all of my favorite cozy memories baked into a delicious, Indian-inspired Savory pie! Gluten free chicken curry pot pies with creamy, dairy free curried lentils, spinach, roasted chicken, and that easy peasy 3 ingredient gluten free pie crust.
Seriously, it’s flippin easy! Scrappy home chef skills are to be used. All you gotta do is make the lentils (I cooked them in my rice cooker), then add them to a pot with coconut milk, curry, chicken, etc. Cook it up!
Add the creamy curry mix to a mini pot or or larger pie pan.
Fold the gluten free crust on top. Seal it, brush the crust with olive oil or ghee/dairy free butter.
Then bake it for 30 minutes. Really!
The smell is oh so fragrant, and, dare I repeat myself? COZY. COMFORTING. NOURISHING.
I know, I know. We are all thinking about Holiday menu and Christmas Morning bakes, but I must say, this is a dish you stop you from the Holiday hustle. It did for me. Grant it, I am super overwhelmed with ALL THE THINGS in life, so comfort food is needed. But it did force me to slow down ya’ll! There’s just something about a chilly night, a hot meal, and tasty dish that calms the soul.
Okay, I’ll stop the cozy talk. It might make you too chillaxed! Haha.
Let’s get the gluten free chicken curry pot pies recipe. Mmm k?.
Nutrition Per Serving using my Gluten Free Pie Crust
By the way, curry is an anti-inflammatory spice. So you see, taking time to slow down and make these gluten free curry chicken pot pies can improve your blood pressure and fight oxidative stress. Haha! Never thought you’d hear that about a chicken pot pie dish now did you? Yes, health is always mentioned here. And the fact that I got Marie Callender BEAT! Bahaha!
Speaking of home cooked meals and HOME, we will officially be living in Utah, in the mountains, in a NEW HOME, in less than a month. We found an awesome place that has instant access to trails, a cute coffee shop (which is super important), and it has a basement for a HOME GYM! Still waiting on hearing back if we get accepted to rent it first. AHHHHH!!! Send some good vibes and all the prayers friend. Pretty please. This is a huge transition and new start for us. I hope you don’t mind following us on a bumpy ride until we get settled.
But once we do, I’ll invite you over for some cozy gluten free curry chicken pot pies. Deal?
If you visited or currently live in Utah, please tell us some of your favorite outings, festivities, or outdoor adventures! We’f love recommendations. Our first plan is to get some snow shoes. Yup! That is after I find my sanity and all the unpacking, etc.
Favorite home cooked meal from childhood? What’s your go to chicken curry dish?
P.S I CANNOT for the LIFE of me pinch pie crust very well. Haha, but either way, the crust works. Even though it looks like a toddler made it. I”m cool with that.