Simple Copper Chef Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

My wife has been hounding me to get her the Copper Chef pot for a long time. I finally got her the 9.5″ Copper Chef pan. Once I bought that pan it became the MOST used pan in our home. We have used it so much that we even got the 11″ Copper Chef pan too. One of my favorite meals to eat is chicken pot pie. It’s quick and straightforward to make. Since we got the 9.5″ Copper Chef pot, we had to make some adjustments to our simple chicken pot pie recipe. I figured I needed to share them with you.

Simple Copper Chef Chicken Pot Pie Recipe fit for a king without breaking the bank. Get your copy of this recipe and find out about the Copper Chef pan too.

Simple Copper Chef Chicken Pot Pie Recipe


  • 2 cans Carrots
  • 1 Garlic powder
  • 2 cans Peas
  • 2 cans Potatoes
Canned Goods
  • 2 Big Cans Campbell’s cream of chicken soup
Baking & Spices
  • 1 Pepper
  • 1 Salt
Bread & Baked Goods
  • 2 boxes Pillsbury pie crusts

Put a pie crust across each side of the pan. Then mix the rest of the ingredients together and then close up the top of the pie with the hanging over pieces of the crusts. Then cook at 375 degrees for an hour.

Simple Copper Chef Chicken Pot Pie Recipe fit for a king without breaking the bank. Get your copy of this recipe here. Find out more about the Copper Chef pan too.

More Information About the Copper Chef Pans

The Copper Chef Pans mostly sell for anywhere from $59.95 on up depending on where you buy them. However, they provide plenty of room to cook a large amount of food at once.
They do cook your food differently than any other pan. You’re able to cook food on the stovetop or in the oven. (Don’t use the lid in the oven.) Your food cooks evenly throughout the entire pan. The food comes out tasting richer and more delicious regardless of what you cook in them.
You can use it for frying food, baking, or just be cooking. They are universal pans.
To this date, we have not found ONE item that has stuck to the pan. The picture above shows what our pans look like after almost daily use for MONTHS! My wife has made meatloaf, apple pies, and an extensive list of other things that have ruined other pots and pans in the past. These pans laughed at the idea of those challenges. They are simple to clean too.

See also  Easy Crockpot Meal Ideas

To say that these pans are worth their money is an understatement!

I hope you enjoy this recipe and if you haven’t already gotten these pans, you’ll consider it. Cooking becomes a pleasure when cleaning isn’t a headache anymore.

If you have a Copper Chef pan, what is your favorite thing to cook in it?

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About Del Green

I'm a proud husband and father to five kids. I'm a simple country man who likes to cook simple family-friendly meals. I'm also an avid video gamer, woodworker, and movie lover. I look forward to connecting with you.

21 thoughts on “Simple Copper Chef Chicken Pot Pie Recipe”

  1. Looks delicious! And SUPER easy to make. Is it odd that I’m more in love with that cooper pot though?

    Maybe it’s my gluten allergy and that I can’t eat this stuff anymore. I’ll dream about it.

    • No, it’s not odd. The pan is fantastic. You can make many gluten free meals in it. I’m sorry to hear that all you can do is a dream about this kind of food. I have many allergies and can’t eat a lot of things.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  2. Chicken pot pie was one of my favorite comfort foods as a child! My mom only cooked Indian food so I would always beg to get the frozen kind as a child. Surprisingly, I haven’t tried to cook it since I’ve grown up and learned how to cook and be self-sufficient, hahaha. Maybe this needs to change soon!

    • I think you should change it soon. This is a SIMPLE recipe to follow with this pan. (If you want a normal recipe for a normal pie pan too let me know.)

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  3. This Copper Chef Chicken Pot Pie Recipe looks incredibly delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe with us! Though I’m an awful cook but I’m always in a search of good recipe pinning on my Pinterest board!

    • This is a recipe that I’m confident you could do. πŸ™‚ These pans make cooking a lot easier because I have YET to see ANYTHING stick to it.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  4. Wow this looks delicious! It’s a must try recipe! The pans look really useful and worth the price (basing on your review).

  5. Copper chef pan I am going hunting for!It sounds perfect for comfort cooking!.The recipe sounds delicious too!Any cons of the pots?

    • I shared a link for where we got ours from in the post. πŸ˜‰ (It’s the cheapest we found.)

      As far as cons are concerned, I don’t think they are big enough to make soup in properly. I also don’t feel they are ideal for feeding a LARGE family. We can cook two packs of ribs in the XXL pan which feeds our family of five well, but if we get the size roast that we need to feed our family, there is tiny room for the potatoes and carrots to fit. Also, I have noticed that there a few nicks in the corners, but it has not caused any issues with how it cooks or cleans. Nothing sticks to the pan still!

      The pros outweigh the cons, though.

  6. Hey Del! Those copper pans looks great, and I can tell they’ll last for a long time without rusting. I need me a set. Also, your pot pie recipe looks delicious! My youngest daughter loves eating them, but I never made it from scratch. Thanks for the recipe, looks like it’s pretty easy to make.



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