Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pie SCD

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Eating healthy is very important to me and my family so I like to make meals that the whole family can enjoy without having to make separate meals to accommodate my diet.   I follow a very restricted diet called the Specific Carbohydrate Diet which you can find out more about by clicking here.

I like to eat foods that taste great and don’t make me feel like I am missing out what everyone else is eating so I created a Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pie for SCD, that everyone will love, not just those of us on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet.
SCD Gluten Free Pot Pies

The best part is that not only is this meal gluten free, sugar free, preservative free, and so easy to make but it tastes better than the kind I grew up eating as a kid.

Ingredients for the crust:

Ingredients for the Pot Pie Filling:

  • 4 Tablespoons of Butter
  • 2 Tablespoons Almond Flour
  • 1/2 Cup of Chicken Broth
  • 1 Large Chicken Breast

You will need 4 Ramekins  to replicate this exact recipe, or you can use a casserole dish to make one large Pot Pie.


Preheat your oven to 400 degrees

SCD Chicken Pot Pies

To make the crust you will need mix coconut flour, almond flour, egg,butter, and honey in a bowl until well combined. Set aside.

To make the gravy melt 4 tablespoons of butter in a sauce pan on high, add 2 tablespoons of almond flour. Slowly add 1/2 cup of chicken broth, let cool.

SCD Pot Pies

Cut the chicken breast into small cubes and add to gravy in pot. Cook on high for about five minutes or until the chicken has turned white.

Add the frozen peas and carrots to ramekins. Pour gravy and chicken mixture on top, add any seasoning you would like at this point. I like a little salt and pepper but not too much because the sweetness of the crust is a great flavor that you don’t want to miss out on, so don’t over do it!

Chicken Pot Pies SCD

Separate the dough into four different sections. Roll each section into a ball, remove one. Pressing onto a slick or greased surface flatten the dough into a circle shape. Add to the top of the ramekin trying to cover as much of the top as possible and repeat with each section.

Don’t worry if it doesn’t look perfect, it will taste great!

SCD Pot Pies Chicken

Bake in the oven for about 30-40 minutes. If your crust starts to burn, add a layer of aluminum foil to the top until done.

SCD Pot Pies Gluten Free

I hope you enjoy these Gluten Free Chicken Pot Pies with your family, please let me know what you think in the comments below.

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  1. Robin+Rue+(@massholemommy) says:

    Homemade chicken pot pie is one of my favorite winter dinners. It warms me from the inside out 🙂 Yours sound fantastic.

  2. Makes me think of my grandma! She always made the best homemade chicken pot pies!

  3. That looks fantastic! I’d never know it wasn’t gluten free.

  4. This looks awesome! I have some stomach issues, but not this. I have a friend who has to be GF for other reasons and I know she would love this.

  5. I haven’t had homemade pot pie in SO long! I need to make some soon, and this recipe is a great place to start!

  6. This recipe sounds so good! I love pot pies and haven’t made my own in so long. It’s definitely a fall recipe.

  7. Michele+D says:

    I would love to make your Chicken Pot Pies for my family. It’s one of our favorites to eat during the Fall months. So yummy!

  8. I will be passing this recipe on to some gluten free friends. I’m sure they will LOVE this!

  9. I’m always looking for new gluten free recipes. It also just so happens to be that pot pies are one of my favorites!

  10. The Chicken Pot Pie looks so delicious! I can’t wait to make this for my family.

  11. I would love to prepare pot pies here at home because it is one of the hubs absolute faves. Thanks for the recipe. Your pot pies look yummy!

  12. Looks so yummy and way healthier than the frozen ones! This is definitely going on my to make recipe list! Thanks for the recipe!

  13. So yummy and healthy! A winning combination if you ask me. I’m going to add this to my meal rotation!

  14. I love chicken pot pie! Perfect idea for the colder months ahead!

  15. Adding this to my things to try list. I’ve never made chicken pot pie before. Right in time for fall/winter.

  16. That chicken pot pie looks really good. It will be the perfect comfort food this winter when it gets really cold.

  17. These look fantastic!! I have been dying to make some chicken pot pies- i just need to find some dishes!

  18. This looks amazing. The ramekin idea is brilliant. I never thought of using mine for anything else except crème brulee.

  19. Bonnie+@wemake7 says:

    Those look perfect! I love the idea of the individual ones. My kids would love it.

  20. Those are great looking pot pies. Chicken Pot Pie is the perfect Fall dinner!

  21. I haven’t tried making chicken pot pie so thank you for sharing this recipe!

  22. I don’t do the gluten-free stuff… just not having an issue in that area to require needing to eat gluten-free. I’ll most likely try the recipe with the ingredients somewhat equivalent… as it does look tasty in the pictures. Chicken Pot Pie during fall and winter always is yummy! 🙂

  23. Oh my gosh! This looks so good. I’ll have to make this soon since my boyfriend and I both love chicken pot pie!

  24. This looks delicious! I don’t eat meat but would love to try this with shrimp! Is almond flour better for you than regular flour? Thanks for sharing!

  25. Chicken pot pie is one of my favorite comfort foods! I love that there are so many gluten/allergy free recipes out there for people who need them!

  26. Nothing beats homemade pot pies! We have a family recipe for beef pot pie and when my mom makes it, the whole house just smells great! Thanks for sharing your recipe. I’ll share it with my mom too.

  27. That looks so delicious. I love pot pies. I can’t wait to try your recipe.

  28. My daughter comes over every day for lunch on her lunch break. She had to have a tubal abortion some time back and since then, she has had the worst trouble with what she eats. When I fix gluten free for her, she does so much better and doesn’t need the medicine she has to take from non gluten free dishes. I’d love to make these for her.

    • Wow sorry to hear about your daughter’s medical issues but I am glad that she has found what works for her. I too have a really hard time eating certain foods since I have Ulcerative colitis, I try to stay on a strict diet but it is hard!

  29. I’ve never made my own pot pies before but you make it look easy. They look REALLY good!

  30. Awesome post.

  31. Birdiebee says:

    This is an awesome recipe that I will have to try as I can no longer eat gluten.


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