Wondering What to Serve With Chicken Pot Pie? We have 25 Perfect Pairings for you to try! These side dishes and appetizers are easy and delicious and always bring family dinner together.
Chicken Pot Pie is a classic recipe that everyone adores. Who could resist a meal that features tender chicken, carrots, peas, potatoes, and that creamy sauce? My favorite part is the flaky pastry crust! So anytime you’re serving chicken pot pie you just have to have the best side dishes! That’s why we put this collection together that has something for everyone and compliments every type of pot pie!
Onion ring lovers unite! If you can't resist the crispy, golden goodness of these iconic snacks, you'll want to try this healthier twist. The best part is that despite being oven baked they manage to maintain that satisfying crunch. The secret? Ample room in a hot oven! Get ready to savor the best of both worlds. You only need 5 simple pantry staples to make them: onions, light string cheese, eggs, flour, and bread crumbs. For best results use sweet or red onions and cut the cheese into 4 pieces lengthwise.
Wondering what to serve with Chicken Pot Pie. Elevate your potato game with Baked Parmesan Potatoes! Who can resist potatoes anyways? Parmesan potatoes are so scrumptious, cheesy, and crispy! You will be surprised to learn this appetizer has only 5 WW points! They’re not fried but you can’t even tell. The crispy and golden brown texture makes them an excellent side for Chicken Pot Pie!
Want something interesting and different to serve with Chicken Pot Pie? This pickle juice cucumber salad is quick and easy to whip up! And if you’re a pickle lover it’s sure to have you jumping for joy. All you need to make it are simple pantry staple ingredients. Start off with fresh cucumbers sliced thin then grab your condiments. Next mix together Greek Yogurt, a little bit of mayonnaise, Pickle Juice, and Dijon Mustard!
Amp up your chicken pot pie dinner with this fantastic side dish! Introducing the Broccoli Salad – the perfect fast side for any occasion. Packed with bacon, cranberries, sunflower seeds, cheddar cheese, and a homemade dressing. You won’t believe it’s ready in under 15 minutes! My favorite thing about this appetizer is how versatile it is. Add in your favorite veggies, nuts, dried fruit, and more!
What’s better to serve with chicken pot pie than classic guacamole and chips? Better yet, try something new and add some guacamole to the top of your pot pies! Dip into the delicious world of guacamole! Perfect for any occasion, from events to parties, this beloved appetizer always steals the show. Make it effortlessly with avocados, lime juice, onions, and a secret twist – Rotel!
You know what goes good with anything? A good old fashioned fruit salad. This fall fruit salad is filled with fresh apples, blackberries, grapes, and pecans. Drizzled with a homemade cinnamon orange dressing that packs tons of fall flavor! Making the dressing is the easiest thing to do with orange juice, orange zest, maple syrup, and cinnamon.
Try the Sunflower Crunch Kale and Cabbage Salad next to your chicken pot pie. If you’re not into fruit salads try a veggie protein-packed one like this! Key ingredients include green and red cabbage, fresh kale, and carrots! For best results chill the results for a minimum of 4 hours (but overnight is best).
Serve some fresh vegetables with your chicken pot pie dinner! Simple and flavorful, this Sautéed Bok Choy is sure to be a hit at the table. This recipe is so quick, easy, versatile, and delicious. If you’ve never had Bok Choy I promise you’re missing out. I love this vegetable, especially baby Bok Choy. It’s unlike any other vegetable you’ll think of and tastes great when sautéed in savory ingredients.
What to serve with Chicken Pot Pie? What else? Sautéed mushrooms that are cooked in garlic butter until they’re golden brown! This appetizer is perfect for the garlic lover. Featuring fresh button mushroom, minced garlic, butter, salt, and pepper- what’s not to love? They’re ready in a flash too so you can whip them up anytime you need an earthy savory side.
What else to serve with chicken pie pie than crispy vegetables! Get ready for crispy cauliflowers! This easy air fryer recipe gives you irresistible roasted flavor in no time. They have the best roasted flavor, taste, and texture. Featuring a tender bite with browned, crispy, slightly caramelized edges. They’re ready to serve in less than 15 minutes.
Simple, tasty, and plant-based! Try these Vegan Cauliflower Pops, inspired by the classic tater tots but with a wholesome twist. With just four easy-to-find ingredients, they're perfect for a quick, guilt-free snack alongside your pot pie. All you need is cauliflower florets, flour, oil, salt, and minced garlic - yum!
Want something cheesy to serve with chicken pot pie? What could be better than sheet pan bread stick! Less than 10 ingredients, endless deliciousness! These garlic Sheet Pan Breadsticks are a breeze to make, the ultimate meal time snack. Whip them up with pantry staples, and elevate any dish with warm, garlicky carbs.
Transport your taste buds to the Middle East with these Egyptian sweet bread rolls! Soft, sweet, fluffy, and super easy to make, they're the perfect side for a pot pie. The best part about Egyptian Bread Rolls is that they’re sweet, cute, fluffy, and taste amazing next to just about any main course. If you’re a beginner bread maker you’re in luck because the dough is super simple to work with! Plus this cultural recipe has been tested by several generations.
Experience the perfect harmony of flavors with these oven-roasted sweet potatoes and carrots! Featuring maple syrup, warm cinnamon, and notes of rosemary and thyme! Plus, it's vegan and gluten-free, so it's a wholesome side dish that caters to all! If you have never tasted the combo of sweet potato and carrots, now is the time to try!
Chicken pot pie tastes excellent with the natural sweetness of Honey Roasted Beets & Carrots! This easy and healthy side dish lets the vibrant vegetable flavors shine. All you need to make this side dish is 4 medium beets, 4 large carrots, and 1 Tbsp. olive oil! Also ½ tsp. sea salt, 1 Tbsp. butter, and 2 Tbsp. honey. Don’t forget some fresh herbs like thyme, rosemary, and dill!
Want something super healthy to serve with Chicken Pot Pie? Turn ordinary beets into extraordinary with these Baked Beet Chips! Crispy, vibrant, and healthy, this snack will have you munching all day. All you have to do to make beet chips is peel them and rinse well. Then use a sharp knife to slice them up into equal pieces. Preheat the oven and line your baking sheet. Then season the beats before baking them to a crispy perfection.
Transport to Provence, France with mouthwatering Mixed Olive Tapenade! Classic ingredients like olives, capers, and anchovies blend perfectly in this savory spread. Excellent for a quick appetizer on bread or crackers, and the best part? It's a breeze to whip up! You can even spread some on top of your chicken pot pie crust to try something new!
Deep-fried olives are the perfect answer to the question “what to serve with chicken pot pie?” Have you had them before? Because if you haven’t tasted Deep Fried Olives at least once you’re missing out. Coated in an egg wash and Italian breadcrumbs they are sure to hit the spot! Remember this recipe as your next scrumptious side dish.
Serve this recipe for Baked Eggplant Fries With Greek Tzatziki Sauce on Chicken Pot Pie dinner night! Featuring a crispy exterior, and tender center – it's a flavor and texture dream. And when paired with a side of zesty Greek Tzatziki sauce, it's a match made in snacking heaven. The sauce tastes amazing with your pot pie crust too!
Spice up your appetizer game with these Jalapeno Poppers! These halved jalapenos are filled with a creamy, bacon-infused stuffing that's finger-food perfection. The ultimate crowd-pleaser for your next gathering! Wondering what to serve with Chicken Pot Pie? These bacon-wrapped poppers are exactly what you need!
Take your side dish game up a notch with these Slow Cooker Baby Carrots with Honey and Brown Sugar! Effortlessly create a mouthwatering glazed carrot dish that'll have everyone asking for seconds. It's the perfect recipe to simplify your dinner prep and still impress your guests. Your dinner table will be feast-ready with pot pies and this slow cooker dish.
Wondering what to serve with Chicken Pot Pie? Sizzle up a taste of heaven with this quick and easy Honey Butter Skillet Corn! In just 15 minutes, you'll transform frozen corn into a creamy, sweet, and mouthwatering side dish. Get ready to amp up your dinner game with every spoonful! Don’t forget to make a big batch because everyone will be begging for seconds!
Looking for something new? Try this mouthwatering Calabacitas recipe! Calabacitas is a Mexican and Southwestern American dish with sautéed or stewed vegetables. This particular recipe has sautéed zucchini, squash, roasted peppers, onions, and delicious seasonings. It's a burst of flavor on your plate. Add some cheese for an extra layer of creaminess. Everyone will be impressed with this appetizer recipe idea.
What could be better to serve with Chicken Pot Pie than this Upside Down Onion Tart! It’s a flavor-packed creation with caramelized onions, creamy brie, and thyme seasoning, wrapped in a golden, flaky puff pastry. A feast for the senses that's bound to leave your guests in awe! If you’re a big onion fan like I am, this recipe will instantly become your new favorite side.
Crispy Deep-Fried Pickles are your new snack obsession. These perfectly seasoned bites are fried to golden perfection, making them the ultimate appetizer for foodies. If you’ve never had crispy fried pickles you’re definitely missing out! These are a pickle lover's dream snack and taste fabulous next to a chicken pot pie!
What to Serve With Chicken Pot Pie (25 Perfect Pairings)
- Onion cut into rings (I used red onion)
- Cheese strings cut into 4 pieces each
- 1 egg
- ¼ cup flour
- ⅓ cup bread crumbs or panko crumbs.
- Preheat oven to 375F, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Cut your onion up into rings, to make one ring you need two pieces of onion and one has to easily fit inside the other. Cut each cheese string into 4 long pieces.
- Place your smaller ring inside your large one and then use 2 pieces of your cheese string and wrap between the two rings.
- Whisk your egg in a small bowl, and place your flour and bread crumbs onto separate plates.
- Very carefully dip your onion ring into your flour, then your egg and them roll in your crumbs. This can be a little tricky and you might have the odd ring fall apart, just do your best to put back together again..
- Place on baking sheet and bake in oven for 12 minutes, turn oven and bake another 8 minutes.
- The egg, flour and crumbs should be enough to cover 6-8 rings depending on size.
- I am not including nutritional info as it really depends what cheese strings you use, and the flour won't all be used nor will the egg.. If your cheese strings are 2 SP each then each onion ring will be 2 SP if your cheese strings are 1 SP each then your rings will be 1 SP each, best served warm.