This Chicken Pot Pie Soup is the easiest you will find with its pantry ingredients and one pan convenience. Warming comfort food any night of the week.
My plan was to make the easiest, quickest creamy chicken soup I could pull together with only ingredients I had handy. I wanted to use things I had in the pantry or freezer. Things that would make the process as quick as possible.
Chicken. I’ve used a can of chunk chicken to make this a quick and easy recipe. This is handy and convenient but you could also use about a pound of any chicken you have. It could be boiled, shredded, diced or leftover rotisserie.
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Frozen Vegetables. If you don’t have these frozen vegetables, you can use a fresh, chopped onion and a can of mixed vegetables.
Chicken Bouillon. I’ve used chicken bouillon and water for this recipe. But, you can omit the bouillon by using either chicken stock or chicken broth, if you have it handy.
Milk. If you don’t have milk in the refrigerator, you can use canned evaporated milk. You could use half and half or heavy cream instead, if that’s what you have on hand.
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What Is Gnocchi?
I love gnocchi. It’s a small oval shaped potato pasta. It’s like a small dumpling. I felt like that would be a perfect substitute for the pie crust you would normally find on a traditional chicken pot pie. In fact, if you wanted, you could use as little liquid as possible and a double pie crust to make a chicken pot pie instead!
Because I’ve used the gnocchi, this soup could also be called “creamy chicken and gnocchi soup”. Chicken and dumplings could perfectly describe it as well.
I was simply trying to mimic the pie crust. I had no idea so many of you were also craving Creamy Chicken Gnocchi Soup.
What Can You Make With Gnocchi?
This Chicken Pot Pie Soup, of course. But, I love it so much that you can also try my Creamy Gnocchi Soup with Kielbasa.
One of these days, I’m going to have to learn how to make my own gnocchi because I know that everything tastes better homemade. It looks fairly easy. Time consuming, yes, but easy. If I can make Homemade Tamales, I’ll bet I can make my own gnocchi.
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- Dutch Oven or stock pot
- 2 tablespoons Vegetable Oil
- 1 cup Seasoning Blend, from frozen*, thawed and drained
- 3 cups Water, divided
- 2 cups Mixed Vegetables, from frozen*, thawed and drained
- 12.5 ounces Chunk Chicken, canned*, drained
- 15 ounces Potatoes, canned, diced, drained
- 10.5 ounces Cream of Chicken Soup, canned
- 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
- 1 teaspoon Pepper
- 1 teaspoon Chicken Bouillon, paste, granules or powder
- 16 ounces Gnocchi
- 6 ounces Milk
- 3 tablespoons All Purpose Flour
- Place oil in Dutch oven pan on medium heat. Add Seasoning Blend. Saute 2-5 minutes.
- Place canned soup in a small bowl and whisk briskly until smooth.
- To Dutch oven, add TWO CUPS water, vegetables, chicken, potatoes, canned soup, seasonings and bouillon. Mix well.
- Bring to boil then add gnocchi to Dutch Oven and cook length of time according to package instructions, about 3-4 minutes.
- While gnocchi is cooking, whisk together milk and flour until smooth. Once the gnocchi has risen, slowly pour in flour mixture while stirring constantly. Continue cooking, stirring frequently until thickened, about 5-10 minutes.
- If it becomes too thick too quickly and starts sticking to the bottom, add about ½ cup of remaining water, keeping the other ½ cup just in case. Once the soup is the consistency desired, remove from heat and serve right away.
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