Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Pot Pie

Frozen Chicken Pot Pie In The Air fryer

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If you are looking for a fast and satisfying meal, this frozen chicken pot pie in the air fryer is the perfect recipe for you! It is delicious and comforting while only taking up a few minutes of your time to prepare.

Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Pot Pie

Frozen Chicken Pot Pie In The Air Fryer

This frozen chicken pot pie in the air fryer recipe is one of my go-to’s. Not only is it so fast and easy to put together, it is also so comforting and cozy! Perfect for dinner after a long workday or a quick lunch on a chilly afternoon.

This is a people-pleasing dish that even your picky kids and husband can enjoy at the dinner table!

bring frozen pot pie in air fryer

Using the air fryer helps to keep the pie crust nice and crisp, unlike the microwave that usually leaves it soggy. These pies come out perfectly cooked and only take a minute or two of your time to throw into the air fryer!

taking a bite of chicken pot pie

How To Make Frozen Chicken Pot Pie In The Air Fryer

Making this chicken pot pie in the air fryer is so fast and easy that anyone can do it!

a box of frozen chicken pot pie

All you have to do is first remove your frozen pie from the plastic packaging. Then, place your pie on a baking pan that fits in your air fryer. If you don’t have one, you can make a makeshift pan out of a few layers of foil.

cooking pot pie in air fryer

Put the baking pan and pie into the fryer at 360F and cook for 20 minutes. This will create a perfectly cooked center and crust. But, if you want the crust to be crispy, cook it for 5 more minutes.

air fried chicken pot pie

Remove from the fryer and allow to cook down for 10 to 15 minutes.

Serve hot and enjoy!

Tips For Making Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Pot Pie

  • You can make any kind of savory pie in the air fryer using this recipe; it doesn’t have to specifically be a chicken pie.
  • If you are serving this to children, make sure to break the pie open to cool down for 10 to 15 minutes to avoid burnt mouths!
  • You can use this same method to create delicious frozen sweet pies! Just decrease the time slightly as berry pies take less time to cook through.

baked pot pit in air fryer basket

What To Serve With Chicken Pot Pie

This chicken pot pie makes a delicious and filling main course. It is so hearty, you could easily eat it all on its own, but I think that it is ten times better with aside!

air fryer chicken pot pie

Because this pie is so rich and creamy, I like to add a light side like cooked vegetables for a healthier option like these side dishes:

Either way, you’ll love this chicken pot pie recipe!

taking a bite of pot pie

More Air Fryer Recipes

If you liked this pot pie recipe, you should try some other air fryer recipes. They are all so fast and easy and taste like they were made fresh!

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Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Pot Pie

This air fryer frozen chicken pot pie is amazing! Air fryer is perfect for cooking frozen pot pie! This air fried chicken pot pie is golden-brown and crispy on the outside and hot and creamy on the inside - mouthwatering!
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time20 mins
Course: Main Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: frozen chicken pot pie
Cooking Method: Air Fryer
Servings: 1

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Ingredients

  • 1 frozen chicken pot pie

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Instructions

  • Remove frozen chicken pot pie from its packaging and put in a baking pan that fits inside the air fryer (if you don't have it, make one by folding several sheets of foil together).
  • Put the baking pan with a pot pie in the air fryer basket.
  • Cook frozen pot pie in the air fryer at 360F for 20 minutes.
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