Here are some of my favorite side dishes you can serve with chicken pot pie. You’ll see most are quick and easy recipes using minimal supplies.
No need to have a family debate over what to serve with chicken pot pie! A bit of inspiration can go a long way!
I’m sure no one will say no to a plate of steaming hot french fries. Those go well with pretty much everything. But they’re certainly not a creative side dish.
I really wanted this list to be useful on busy weeknights so you have plenty of options you can whip up fast. Enjoy!
💖 Why You’ll Love These Recipes
Kid Friendly | When serving a family favorite, it’s good to make sure that there are kid friendly recipes to accompany it. All of these recipes make kids happy with sauce, noodles, potatoes and their favorite veggies.
Simple | Simple doesn’t mean losing elegance or taste. These recipes showcase basic ingredients in creative ways to make each one a new family side dish.
Elegant Enough for Entertaining | The majority of these recipes are perfect for entertaining with friends and family. Whip up two of them with a nice dessert like the Air Fryer Twix Cheesecake or the Air Fryer Roses.
Chicken Pot Pie, like many leftovers, should only be kept in the refrigerator for up to 3-4 days before it will risk getting food poisoning, according to Mayo Clinic.
A fresh side like this spring asparagus risotto will lighten up your delicious chicken pot pie.
The secret to making this recipe is to use the freshest ingredients. They make all the difference!
Because of their shape, orecchiette pasta holds the sauce like a scoop and helps the small broccoli bits cling.
With that said, if you’re not a perfectionist, you can totally make this sauce and use a different pasta.
Can we really have a list without potatoes? If you’re looking for a tasty and easy potato side, I recommend this recipe.
Smashing the potatoes will help them release flavor. They turn out soft on the inside and crispy on the outside!
Here’s another excellent way to eat potatoes. Cutting them like this will help them soak up the flavored olive oil.
A potato salad will pair wonderfully with your chicken pot pie. You can always customize it with your favorite add-ons and even make it ahead.
A veggie-based side is just what you need if you want to lighten up the otherwise hearty chicken pot pie.
It’s much more difficult to have the energy to cook during weekdays. These parmesan & garlic roasted green beans are ready in 30 minutes. And they go with pretty much any meal!
Spinach and mushrooms are a match made in heaven. Especially since you can make this recipe really fast and with just a handful of ingredients.
Roasted veggies are excellent sides when you don’t have much time to spend in the kitchen.
Roasted cauliflower is super delish and the red pepper tahini gives it a unique flavor.
Not everyone loves kale, but there are definitely exciting ways to cook it!
If you add cream, butter, and cheese it turns into a decadent dish that will please even the pickiest eaters!
Only three ingredients make this recipe and one of them is beer! Once you boil your corn in beer, it’s time to throw it on the grill.
This is an excellent recipe for feeding a crowd. It works as a snack and as a side for your chicken pot pie.
Fried cabbage tastes amazing even with no other ingredients. You can take it to the next level by mixing in some bacon and mustard.
Ahh….cornbread! The comforting dish that’s ready in 30 and tastes so good you can eat it on its own.
With that said, you can totally serve cornbread next to chicken pot pie. It will be a total hit!
Making a healthy side is super easy! If you don’t feel like turning on the stovetop while your chicken pie is in the making, a salad is your best bet.
This avocado tomato salad is fresh, tangy and ready in 10. I’m sure you will want to make it again and again.
Here’s another refreshing salad you can put together quickly. Trust me, you will love the combination of cucumbers, lemon, yogurt, dill, and garlic.
It will pair perfectly with any meat-based main!
Applesauce may seem like an unusual side dish but It totally works!
The sweet flavor pairs wonderfully with the pot pie spices. And you can make a larger batch in your crock pot and store it in the fridge in airtight containers.
Finding the best side dishes for your favorite pot pie isn’t difficult. Narrowing down the choices for the meal presents the greatest challenge.