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Easy Turkey Pot Pie Recipe

Looking for a delicious, easy dinner recipe to make with your leftovers from Thanksgiving? Try this turkey pot pie. It's full of great flavor and it will warm you up after a long day!

This recipe for turkey pot pie is one of my favorites to make after the holidays are over, because it uses up all those leftovers from Thanksgiving and Christmas! It’s a great way to use up leftover holiday turkey.

This dish can be made with any vegetables you have on hand, so it's an easy and healthy weeknight meal. The mixture of the creamy gravy, tender veggies, and flaky crust will make this recipe one that your family loves!

The mixture of creamy gravy, tender veggies, and flaky crust will make this dish one your family loves, perfect for those cold winter nights when you just want something warm and comforting! The best part about this pot pie is that it's easy to make, even on your busiest weeknights.

How to Make a Turkey Pot Pie

This recipe serves 6-8 people

Prep time: 20 minutes

Cook time: 35 minutes

Total time: 55 minutes


1/2 cup butter

1/2 onion, diced

⅓ cup flour

½ teaspoon Nature’s Seasoning

3 sprigs thyme, leaves separated from stem

1 tsp salt

1 tsp pepper

1 cup chicken broth

⅔ cup half and half

20 oz mixed vegetables, thawed

2 cups turkey, shredded

2 pie crusts

1 egg beaten


Preheat your oven to 400°.

Warm your skillet on medium high. Once it is warm, melt your butter.

Add in your onions. Mix and cook for about five minutes to soften the onions. Once they become translucent, add in your flour.

Mix in your seasoning, thyme, and salt and pepper. Continue to mix until everything is incorporated with your flower. It should look thick.

Alternate pouring in a small amount of your half-and-half, and chicken broth. Continue to do this until your broth and half-and-half is gone.