Chicken Pot Pie

I have loved chicken pot pie ever since I was a kid. There’s something about biting into that buttery crust and getting a mouthful of that creamy, chicken-y sauce that is just truly an experience. But now that I am on the Weight Watchers program, I figured that I’d have to forego my beloved chicken pot pie recipes for good. But then, in my eagerness to indulge in it again, I experimented with a traditional recipe, and came up with a pretty simple, yet tasty and low Points version of this American favorite. My version has just a 4 Points per serving and it tastes pretty darn good! One of the best low calorie chicken pot pie recipes yet! If you are looking for a good Weight Watchers casserole recipe, this is a great one to try. Though it’s not an official Weight Watchers Recipe (I have to note this for all my recipes, if you haven’t noticed by now;)), it’s a great dish for anyone who is looking to enjoy some hearty dishes, without racking up the points. Enjoy!

Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

– 1 cup Bisquick All Purpose Baking Mix, Reduced Fat
– 1/2 cup skim milk
– 1/4 cup egg substitute
– 2 1/2 cups frozen mixed veggies, thawed
– 1 1/2 cups grilled skinless chicken breast
– 1 can Campbell’s Fat Free (Healthy Request) Cream of Mushroom soup
– 1 can Campbell’s Fat Free (Healthy Request) Cream of Celery soup
– salt and pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Spray an 8 x 8 casserole dish with non-fat cooking spray. In a separate bowl, combine chicken, vegetables and soup. Pour into casserole dish. In another bowl, combine Reduced Fat Bisquick, milk, and egg. Pour over the top of chicken mixture in the casserole. Bake for about 30 min, or until crust is golden.

Total recipe makes 6 servings
Each serving = 4 Points


  1. How can I make this in individual portions? How long and at what temperature should I cook it?

  2. I made this tonight for supper and got rave reviews. My husband had 2 servings!! I used a Roitisserie chicken from the grocers and it gave alot of extra flavor as well as a fair amount of fresh ground black pepper. I also used 6 individual pot pie aluminum foilware dishes (5" x 1 3/8") which was easy to serve and we knew we were getting the right portion size for the points.. Excellent and I think I'll make another batch and try freezing them..Thanks so much for you time and effort to give us all such wonderful recipes..

    • Omg, the rotisserie chicken and individual foil pans are a GREAT idea!!! Plus, I think the individual pies is such a cute idea for kids! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  3. I made this last night. It was very easy and delicious and will be a regular in my repertoire.

  4. When inputting this in the weight watchers recipe builder, my point total was higher…so if you are following the weight watchers plan, I would calculate your own points for an accurate total.

  5. Hello Ms. Laloosh.

    This recipe is awesome. We had it for dinner last night. Thank you for giving me a great alternative to frozen chicken pot pie with a fraction of the calories, but all of the taste.

  6. I just made these. A little bit different and I changed the serving to 2 rather than 6. They are soo good only 6 points for mine. I am positive I could get it lower but it wasn't too bad on points for my first time trying it. Oh and they are so delicious I strongly suggest these.

  7. I'm new to the site and I love it so far. There are so many good recipes I want to try and I like looking at the comments to see which recipes are worthwhile. I made this recipe a few days ago and I loved it. It was so easy to make, it literally took less than 5 minutes. I used those green valley ranch steam vegetable bags, which took 4 minutes to make, mixed them right in and it was really good. I forgot to add salt and pepper but I still recommend it and will eat it again!


  8. Made this last night for me and my boyfriend and it was delicious!!! Ranch Turkey Burgers are tonight….stay tuned!

  9. OMG! This was so delicious that I gave this recipe out to all my dieting friends! Even my Fiance enjoyed it! Thanks so much!

  10. I made this recipe for dinner tonight and LOVED it!! It was soo good and my husband even liked it! Pretty filling & impressive for 4 points!

  11. I made this recipe and loved it. I did not have grilled chicken, but I poached some frozen chicken breasts and then shredded them. I also divided the remainders up, froze them and then had them for lunches. It does not taste like it is only 4 points…very good!

  12. I just found your site and I am so excited to try this recipe! Love your blog!

  13. Has anyone tried freezing the extra portions to have again later on?

  14. Wow! I made this yesterday and it was great! Tastes too good to be only 4 points! Keep up the great work!

  15. sharon krukewitt Reply

    I sure wish that you would give the calorie count with your wonderful sounding recipes…

    • Some of these recipes are submitted by readers so the calorie count isn't always included. But I'll try to start adding the calorie count when possible. Thanks for reading!

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