Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole

Who doesn’t love a super hearty chicken pot pie, especially this time of the year?! Make it even more special by turning it into a pasta casserole. Then top all that with a homemade butter pastry crust. You’re welcome…   I’ve teamed up with Campbell’s to share their awesome Campbell’s Oven Sauces with you. I love sharing simple + delicious ways to amp up your family meals. In my Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole I used their Chicken Pot Pie sauce variety. The results? Winner winner chicken dinner!   Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole | The ULTIMATE easy & delicious family meal |   I love the idea of “Real Life. Real Dinner”- these Campbell’s Oven Sauces help us to cook a real meal in the middle of real life. Gotta love that!  Campbell’s Sauces are simple to use & the recipes incorporate ingredients you have on hand, so there is minimal planning and no need to run to the store or spend a lot of time looking for ingredients. The end result? Flavorful end dishes that are tasty & simple to prepare.   Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole | The ULTIMATE easy & delicious family meal |   In this recipe I used the Chicken Pot Pie Oven Sauce. I combined it with chicken, onions & mixed veggies. I heated those first in a skillet. At the same time, cook your pasta. I love wagon wheels in this comfort food/rustic recipe. You can make your own homemade pie crust or purchase some at the market.   Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole | The ULTIMATE easy & delicious family meal | Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole | The ULTIMATE easy & delicious family meal |   Combine the pasta with the chicken & veggie mixture. Pour in 2 pouches of the Campbell’s Chicken Pot Pie Oven Sauce & bake.   Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole | The ULTIMATE easy & delicious family meal |   The results are beyond delicious! My kids & hubs took this pot pie down in minutes. Serve this meal at family dinners & holiday parties. Enjoy! You can also visit Campbell’s on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and YouTube.   Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole | The ULTIMATE easy & delicious family meal |   Sweepstakes Each comment posted in response to this post garners an automatic entry into a random drawing for a $100 Target gift card.  All you need to do is answer this question: “How will you use these sauces to make a wonderful family dinner?” Good luck!  

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291 thoughts on “Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole

  1. I love quick and easier to come together dinners on the week nights. . will definitely check out these pouches from Campbell’s! and I would love to try this Chicken Pot Pie Pasta Casserole!!! looks so good!!! and I’m curious to try the Classic Roasted chicken one too!

  2. I’ll use them to make quick but delicious homemade meals for my fwmily. These days I need something that doesn’t take a lot of time but still tastes great.

  3. I would use the classic roasted chicken sauce to round out a beautiful chicken and a bunch of roasted root veggies!

  4. I showed my husband the chicken pot pie recipe and he said he would go and get the ingredients from the grocery store right now!

  5. The timing on this is perfect—Hubz just mentioned something about a pot pie! So that is the first thing I would make with these yummy looking sauces.

  6. These would be nice for the days I have to work late and don’t have time to put a lot of effort into making dinner.

  7. I will use the Chicken Pot Pie mix to make a chicken pot pie recipe that I have in the Slow Cooker. I bet this sauce would give my recipe a lot of flavor!

  8. I would use the Classic Roasted Chicken. Roasted chicken for Sunday, chicken tacos for Monday, stir fry for Tuesday and make chicken soup for the freezer.

  9. Your recipe sounds amazing! Also i would like to justr cook some chicken and veggies in a skillet with the garlic butter sauce!

  10. We love chicken so I would mix them with that to create an amazing pasta dish!

  11. chicken pot pies is probably my most favorite meal ever, i would love to try one of these mixes to make a pot pie!!

  12. We love oven meals that I can throw in to roast all together. I would pair a sauce with some chicken and veggies and throw it in to roast and get all delicious together.

  13. I would love to try the Campbell’s Tavern Style Pot Roast sauce to make my family a wonderful family dinner.

  14. I would definitely use the creamy garlic butter chicken oven sauce and make the recipe on Campbell’s site to make a wonderful family dinner! My family would absolutely love it!

  15. wow this is such a great idea i am going to actually try it to have somehting different in the line up for meals of the week!

  16. Campbell’s offers some great recipes using their new Oven sauces, and we’ve tried several of them. Tonight’s simple dinner is Asian-Style Baked Kabobs, made with the Sweet Teriyaki Chicken sauce.

  17. I would use the Sweet Teriyaki Chicken sauce to make a chicken & broccoli stir fry for my family for a great dinner.

  18. Your chicken pot pie looks amazing! I would definitely try that first, with some yummy rolls on the side. (Because we love our bread!)

    1. I would make a chicken with rice type dish. Do some chicken in a pan with butter. Add the mix, add the rice, and let it sit.:)

  19. I just pinned a pot pie recipe to try tonight! I have never made a pot pie, but this one looks amazing, especially for pasta lovers!

  20. Our family loves pot pie for dinner in winter. I would make one a pot pie using veggies we have frozen from our garden.

  21. I would make teriyaki chicken with pineapple and fried rice!! then I would make asapargus and put that amazing campbells’ asparagus sauce on it! yum!

  22. I would use them to make this chicken pot pie….it looks delicious. I would also make the creamy garlic butter chicken flavor and serve it over rice. I am definitely going to try these….they look flavorful and easy to prepare.

  23. I will use the classic roasted chicken sauce to make a delicious roasted chicken with a lot of veggies! Hearty and delicious!

  24. That looks delicious! I would love to try the classic roasted chicken and I would add a side of fresh asparagus and some garlic mashed potatoes!

  25. Definitely would use it to make this chicken pot pie recipe! Looks amazing and would be great for a freezing night like tonight!

  26. I’m still searching for a ‘knock your socks’ off chicken pot pie recipe, so I’d be willing to try that sauce. Thanks!

  27. These look delicious and easy, my kids would love them. I’m going to try the ‘Campbell’s Chicken Pot Pie Oven Sauce’ to make the chicken pot pie. Comfort food, yum!!

  28. The tavern style pot roast sounds like something my family would love when I don’t have the extra energy to cook!

  29. I will actually make THIS recipe! I’ve already pinned it on Pinterest so I dont forget about it. It looks so good and the pasta is a really unique addition!
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  30. I would like to make sweet teriyaki chicken rice bowl with sweet teriyaki chicken sauce.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  31. that chicken pot pie pasta casserole looks so good i am going to have to try to make this for family dinner

  32. These look great and I can;t wait to try them on a variety of items. As a mom on the go, I love quick things like this! great recipe by the way!

  33. I would use these sauces to add a kick or a new flavor to one of our old favorites!  I would also use them to try something new, like making this recipe you posted 🙂 

  34. I’m going to look for these the next time I go shopping. The Chicken Pot Pie looks very inviting. Plus, so easy!

  35. I’d use the Creamy Garlic Butter Chicken sauce.
    Add it to pasta chicken & spinach for a great meal.
    Add a green salad & good to go!
    thank you

  36. I would love to use the Chicken Pot Pie Sauce and make a casserole using boneless chicken, mixed veggies and potatoes.

  37. We love roasted chicken so I would use the classic roasted chicken sauce and bake the chicken in the oven along with veggies

  38. I would love to use the Hawaiian pork for pulled pork sandwiches on Hawaiian bread with a pineapple slice! yummy!

  39. I, too, would make a chicken pot pie. My family loves it and this sauce would make so, so easy! I’ve never thought of putting pasta in there – great idea 🙂

  40. I’ll be using these Campbell’s Oven Sauces to help me get a nourishing, delicious (and yes, even wonderful) meal on the table for my family on nights when I wouldn’t otherwise have the prep time to make it from scratch.

  41. I would use the Sweet Teriyaki Chicken sauce w/ chicken in the pressure cooker. Then put it over rice with cashews and green onion slices.

  42. I’m going to use the chicken pot pie sauce and your recipe to make individual pot pies. I’ll have one, then freeze the others for those times I’m craving homemade comfort food!

  43. I’d use the Creamy Garlic Butter Chicken sauce in my famous chicken fried rice! It would add a new flavor twist to one of our favorites.

  44. I would use it to make my chicken pot pie my hubby and kids love when I make it. Looks like this would add a lot of flavor

  45. I work outside the home and don’t have a lot of extra time so I use items like these sauces to make tasty meals quickly. Thank you for the giveaway!

  46. Your chicken pot pie is so pretty! I would try your recipe for a fun family dinner!
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  47. I would use the classic Roasted Chicken sauce and make a chicken and rice casserole for my family.
    kport207 at gmail dot com

  48. I would use the chicken pot pie for cut up chicken breast with some veggies and biscuits
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  49. I’d use Campbell’s sauces and a whole lot of vegetables to create something wonderful in my slow cooker. The fam loves the anticipation of the aromas wafting through the house when that slow cooker is a-rockin.’
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  50. The Creamy Garlic Butter Chicken sauce with chicken and rotini pasta and fresh asparagus with a crisp green salad and warm rolls or biscuits would make a great meal.

  51. Hopefully my entry will still count, as the giveaway, per Blogher’s rules, does not end until 5:00 p.m. PST, even though you stated on this post that it is closed. I will risk it and hope you put that there prematurely! LOL ANYWAY, I would like to say that I am happy that a lot of these sauces are vegetarian. I would use a lot of them substituting veggies or tofu or a meat substitute to make the same thing they are suggesting you make using meat.

  52. I have never tried these before but I plan on it! I would use Sweet Teriyaki Chicken for a simple stir-fry with white rice!

  53. I would make tacos out of the the
    Boneless beef chuck roast (2 to 3 pounds)
    Slow Cooker (6 quart size recommended)