A Family Pleasing Pizza Pot Pie Recipe



SO lets face it, sometimes cooking is a giant pain in the butt! Really, why can’t we all just be filthy Rich and have personal chefs? Stop dreaming Courtney, let’s be real. Coming up with new and exciting meals will have anyones head spinning( maybe just mine) It’s hard  finding anything lately that my threenager will eat. One day its a cereal binge, the next only PB&J’s….. I’ve been trying to find different ways to sneak veggies into our diet. Oh how I wish I could wave a magical mommy wand and POOF, he’d be munching on some kale and every other magical healthy thing you could think of.

Alas, that is not the case. SO! Why not take a classic crowd pleaser and turn it into something new?
I had bought some pie crusts (yup STORE bought, I was lazy) and had thought about making a pot pie at some point. I ended up having nothing for the pot pie but the crusts… didn’t think that one through. SO to Pinterest it was! I found a great idea to turn boring old chicken pot pie into a pizza pot pie. I put my own little spin on it, as I’m sure you will do to yours!  

I hope you enjoy!

Pizza Pot Pie Recipe


a photo collage of all the different steps to make pizza pie. 1-browning ground beef. 2-filling in a pie shell. 3- egg washing the pie shell. 4-pepparnoi garnished across the top of the pie. 5- the pie baking in the oven. 6- a perfect slice of pizza pie with a side Caesar salad .

Courtney's Pizza Pot Pie
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Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
1 hr
Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
1 hr
  1. 2 store-bought pie crusts
  2. pepperoni
  3. one jar of Classico sweet basil marinara spaghetti sauce
  4. 1 pound of ground beef
  5. sausages I used mild Italian ( I used three large ones )
  6. 2 to 3 cups of mozzarella cheese
  7. 2 mozzarella Kraft singles
  8. one egg
  9. a tablespoon of oregano
  1. Preheat your oven to 400°
  2. I baked one pie crust for 15 minutes until it was golden brown, set aside.
  3. Brown your ground beef add it to a pot of your spaghetti sauce.
  4. Add the 2 to 3 cups of mozzarella cheese.
  5. I chopped up the sausage and put it in the food processor (you can easily take it out of its casing and brown it in with the ground beef) mine were left over so I did it that way.
  6. Stir your sauce well. I added some pepperoni to the filling and I filled the piecrust.
  7. *I was left with lots of filling left over so I froze the rest.*
  8. Shred your craft single cheese, and lay it on top of the pepperoni.
  9. Take your second piecrust and lay it on top, pinch all of the sides so that the piecrust sticks to the bottom crust.
  10. Now take your egg, beat it and add your tablespoon of oregano and mix.
  11. Wash the top of the pie crust with a little bit of your egg wash, so that it is lightly covered.
  12. Slice an X in the middle of the pie, very finely to allow heat to escape.
  13. Add some pepperoni to the top of your piecrust.
  14. I baked mine for 15 minutes to start, then another 10 to 15 minute. ( I kept a close eye on it 5 mins, peek at it to see if it's golden)
  15. You want to basically bake it until the top layer crust is golden brown, and becomes nice and crunchy.
  16. Once it is Cooked, let it rest for a good 5 to 10 minutes! If you cut into it right away all the filling will just spill out...that's unfortunately what I did and it spilled everywhere😑
  17. You can easily fix this by cooking it in individual ramekins, like you would a chicken pot pie. That way you can just eat it right out of the container! Less clean up to!
  18. Let your pie sit for a little bit, the cheese starts to harden up and hold it together.
  19. You can add any additional ingredients to your filling! Pretty much what ever you like on your pizza. My suggestion would be to cook them lightly firs, to insure they are fully cooked once added to the filling.
  20. Serve and enjoy!
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I know this has become a new family favourite in our house! I hope you all enjoy.

Until next time,

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Category: Food, Main Dish, Recipes

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A number of years ago I went blind, and as a result found out I had Multiple Sclerosis. After my diagnosis, I attended a new high school for the visually impaired. That is where I met the love of my life, my husband Dylan. Dylan helped me get through becoming blind and find joy in life again. Shortly after graduating, we moved to Ottawa together and in December of 2011, we were married. A year later we welcomed our beautiful son Marshall to the world. In 2015, after two miscarriages we welcomed our beautiful rainbow baby Charlotte into the world. It hasn't been easy adjusting to being blind and living with M.S on a daily basis , and being a mom of two on top of everything. Life has been... lets say challenging! But oh so worth it!

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  1. Judy Cowan says:

    Sounds really yummy and easy to make! Thanks for sharing, will have to give it a try.

  2. Laurie P says:

    totally need to try recipe. my guys would love it….they’re pretty big on pot pies!

  3. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    What a very inventive idea, I like it. A nice change to the norm, thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. Lynda Cook says:

    This looks really good and something new and different to make, I think the kids would like it! thanks for sharing!

  5. kristen visser says:

    omg that looks absolutely delicious! I am not a fan of regular pot pies but pizza pot pie? now that is a different story. I will have to give this a try. thanks for the recipe!

  6. Cheryl MacPhail says:

    I have never heard of such a thing??!! I bet our kids will love I will have to try 🙂

  7. jan says:

    that is awesome. very creative.

  8. This sounds like a delicious pot pie!

  9. Kristi says:

    Tasty and easy! Sounds great.

  10. Treen Goodwin says:

    sounds scrumptious , thanks for sharing , a must try 🙂

  11. AD says:

    Looks delicious! And easy and I am all about easy.

  12. Heidi c. says:

    This sounds like such a delicious mashup of two of my family favourites. I can’t wait to try it!

  13. Debbie White Beattie says:

    This recipe looks absolutely yummy ! I’ve never seen a recipe like this before.

  14. beyond seeing with courtney says:

    thanks everyone for the awesome comments! As a mom living with chronic illness and being visually impaired, heck a mom in general! We all know cooking can be time consuming, tiring and crazy! This recipe was so easy and it was nice to see my kids actually eat something for a change!

  15. loriag says:

    Sounds like a fun recipe for the family to try.

  16. Wanda Tracey says:

    We love pizza in this family and this looks like a great way to make it.Thank you for this post!! 🙂

  17. s powell says:

    I will have to try this recipe a different way to have pizza

  18. s powell says:

    This will be a easy way to make pizza pot pie thanks

  19. Debbie White Beattie says:

    I never thought of doing a pizza like this but it’s such a great idea.

  20. kathy downey says:

    Thanks for sharing I love changing things up in the kitchen!

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