Daily Candy Kids :: Mini Chicken Pot Pie

I made this really cute scrumptious meal for Daily Candy Kids, it was featured last week in the What’s For Dinner post. The traffic may have caused our site to slow down a bit (as a daily candy feature tends to do!) so sorry for that! Hopefully you have come back to visit this week.
These minis are so easy and delish. I added a few root veggies like parsnips and sweet potatoes, cremini mushrooms and white wine – making it a great (and nutritious) meal for both parents and kiddos. And with Sophia walking now, easy has definitely been on my mind!
Click below for the full recipe, and stay tuned for a few more great projects this week.

Mini Chicken and Root Vegetable Pot Pies
Serves four

1 sweet potato, diced
1 parsnip, diced
2 sage leaves
5-6 cremini mushrooms, diced
1 white onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 tbsp. olive oil
1 tbsp. butter
2 chicken breasts, diced
½ c. parsley, chopped
2½ tbsp. flour
1 c. chicken stock
½ c. white wine
Premade puff pastry dough
1 egg, plus 1 tbsp. water

1. Preheat oven to 400°.

2. Saute potatoes, parsnip, sage, mushrooms, onion, and garlic in oil and butter over medium heat.

3. Season with salt and pepper to taste, allowing vegetables to sweat about 5 minutes.

4. Remove vegetables and saute chicken breast 5 minutes.

5. Add vegetables, parsley, flour, stock, and wine. Simmer 5 minutes and season again with salt and pepper if necessary.

6. Fill four ramekins or baking cups with mixture and top each with a circle of dough about ¼-inch larger than the vessel.

7. Brush tops with egg wash and sprinkle with coarse sea salt. Bake 15-20 minutes or until puffed and golden.

  1. betty says: October 24, 20112:50 pm

    looks perfect! individual portions are always great

  2. Veronique French Delice says: October 24, 20113:10 pm

    Oh wow! that looks so good…beautiful photos too.:))

  3. Maria says: October 24, 20113:52 pm

    What a fantastic idea! And the presentation will certainly attract both kiddos and adults. I love those little cups. Too cute!

  4. Emily says: October 24, 20114:06 pm

    I’d love to know who made those beautiful dishes! They are gorgeous. Where are they from? The recipe looks delicious!

  5. Mal @ The Chic Geek says: October 24, 20114:33 pm

    These look wonderful, and so adorable!

  6. Sue/the view from great island says: October 24, 20116:39 pm

    This is a great idea…I’m always making my pot pies a rustic fashion with huge chunks of chicken and potatoes, etc. , so the idea of delicate individual portions would be lovely for a change.

  7. Joy says: October 25, 20111:54 am

    This looks unbelievably good.

  8. Tanvi @ The Hathi Cooks says: October 25, 201111:40 am

    these are so adorable!

  9. erin | the indigo bunting says: October 25, 20112:06 pm

    hi karen! this looks delicious, and the photos are beautiful.

  10. Friday Link Love | The Sweetest Occasion says: October 28, 20111:02 pm

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  11. percentblog says: October 30, 20119:44 pm

    Pot Pie is a favorite of mine, so warm and filling. Perfect for cool weather. We have a few more warm days in the Bay Area (though I just missed the the snow in DC) but I’ll be making it soon. Love the idea of these single portions and these bright ramekins!

  12. Susie says: October 31, 20119:43 am

    Yum…I made a shrimp pot pie last Thanksgiving as an appetizer and it was a huge success!
    Love the mini!


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  14. Tammy K says: November 5, 20111:23 pm

    I just stumbled upon your website..it is beautiful! My daughter has requested we make this meal tonight …in the exact same dishes…..are you able to share where you got them?

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  16. nicole from sweetfalcon.com says: November 7, 20112:24 pm

    Just like a good handful of us here, I’d love to know where those dishes are from! The color is perfect and they are just ADORABLE. The recipe looks amazing too– I love mini-sized everything!

  17. admin says: November 8, 201112:25 pm

    Hi Tammy – I love these cups I got them a few years ago, my friend aran at http://cannelle-vanille.blogspot.com/ posted about them. sadly they are discontinued and I can no longer find them. you may want to try these mud cups as another cute option? they are a little pricey but amazing – and oven safe http://shophorne.com/mud-vesselsmugs-mud-australia-p-578.html
    hope this helps!

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  20. Wenderly says: November 17, 201112:07 pm

    What a darling little pot pie. I just feel like sighing while looking at it. Such lovely photos! Glad to have found you!

  21. Culinary Collage says: November 17, 20116:34 pm

    These are so adorable! I love the little cups.

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  23. S Ramsey says: March 23, 20123:20 pm

    These images are so beautiful. I’m getting married later this year and I have been really inspired by these shots. Lovely, many thanks for this :-)

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  25. Linda says: September 8, 201212:13 am

    Gorgeous pics and I love the ramekins! I couldn’t find any cups as beautiful and small as the ones here but I did fill six 6-oz custard-cup-type ramekins…and the pot pies were delicious! Thank you!

  26. admin says: September 11, 20121:18 pm

    so glad to hear it linda! and a little larger serving couldn’t hurt : )

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  28. Andrea says: August 2, 20133:56 pm

    That’s perfect and adorable!

  29. Piadas says: August 14, 20133:46 pm

    It looks great! Nice snack for the kids.

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