Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole
Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole – comfort food at its best! All you need is a few biscuits and dinner is done! Can make ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze for later. Pierogis, cream of chicken soup, sour cream, mixed vegetables, cheddar cheese, chicken, garlic, onion, salt and pepper. Everyone LOVES this easy casserole. Even our picky eaters cleaned their plate.
This Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole is an easy weeknight casserole!
This Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole is comfort food at its best! Chicken, vegetables and pierogis – YUM! We both couldn’t get enough of this delicious casserole!!! It comes together in minutes and tastes great! You can make this ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze for a quick meal later. Add some hot biscuits and dinner is done!! Here are two of our favorite biscuit recipes you can try with this casserole: Crack Buttermilk Biscuits and French Onion Biscuits.
What are Pierogies?
Pierogies are similar to ravioli. It is a pasta dough filled with a variety of sweet or savory fillings. For this Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole, I used two boxes of frozen pierogies. I used potato and cheese peirogies. They were perfect in this casserole. There is no need to thaw the pierogies before adding to the casserole, they will cook in the oven along with the other ingredients.
How to make Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole
This Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole is super simple to make. Just combine all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix until throughly combined. You don’t need to thaw the pierogies or the frozen mixed vegetables. They will cook in the casserole and be perfect.
To cut down on the prep time, I used some rotisserie chicken. This casserole took about 1/2 of a Costco rotisserie chicken. If you don’t have those giant Costco chickens, you will need about 2-1/2 cups of cooked chopped chicken.
Can I freeze this Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole?
We ate this for lunch and the leftovers for dinner. SO good!! You can make this Chicken Pot Pie Pierogi Casserole ahead of time and refrigerate or freeze unbaked for later. I always thaw the casserole before baking. If you want to bake the casserole from frozen, you will need to add a few extra minutes to the cooking time. I would start with 15 extra minutes and just check the casserole until it is bubbly.