Costco Chicken Pot Pie, Kirkland Signature

Over 5 pounds of goodness in this Costco chicken pot pie. I had to do a double take when I walked by it the first time because it looks just like the Costco apple pie. I hadn’t seen this in a while, or maybe I just didn’t notice, but the chicken pot pie is back on the shelves. It was located with all the pre-made items like shrimp, tacos, chicken Alfredo, mac n’ cheese, etc. Al I can say is that if you’re going to dive into this monstrosity, make sure you’re not on a diet & you have a good napping plan! Here’s a few details about the Kirkland Signature Chicken Pot Pie…….

  • Use 1.5 pounds of Kirkland Signature chicken breast
  • Use Kirkland Signature pie dough (why it looks like a holiday pie)
  • Includes peas & baby carrots in the filling
  • Oven Ready
  • Cooking Instructions: depending on your oven it should take about 90 minutes. Follow the directions on the front

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Costco Chicken Pot Pie

This is a great meal for something that is simple, tasty & affordable. It’s only $3.49 per pound & each pie was at least 5 pounds. This should be good to feed at least 10 people. It sits heavy in the stomach so be careful once you start eating (first hand experience talking =)). It’s made with that tasty Costco rotisserie chicken & is loaded with at least 1.5 pounds of it. The dough might be my favorite part because it tastes just like the dough they use on the holiday pies. Now if you’re looking for more of a single serve chicken pot pie, then check the Marie Calendar’s version out via Amazon (Whole Foods) here……….

Price: $3.49/pound, Item Number: 16382

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14 thoughts on “Costco Chicken Pot Pie, Kirkland Signature

  1. I just bought one today and I’ll be cooking it in a few hours. Just in time for the kiddos to arrive and have a hearty meal. The Costco here just opened up yesterday, and I got at the store at 8am, and realized it didn’t open up until almost 10am. I just got home at 1:30pm. It was like going back about 6 years when it was the last time I was near a Costco. Now it’s local so I am going to exercise my wallet getting their tasty treats! I’m excited.

    1. So glad to hear! The Chicken Pot Pie is a great way to get back into the swing of things at Costco =). A tasty staple that Costco has had for yours. That wallet will be getting plenty of exercise =). Just try not to go several times a week like I do. The holiday season is burning a hole in my pocket!

    1. Sorry to hear Sharon! It is a pre-made food which tends to be saltier. We try to eat it infrequently because of this. Also, it’ll put me to sleep if I eat too much =). Thanks for the comment and stopping by

    1. Ya. A lot of these pre-made foods tend to have a lot of salt in them. As good as they are we try not to buy them too often & only get them during the holidays or special occasions. This pot pie is absolutely one of those items, because after I eat it I feel like hibernating & that I gained 10 pounds overnight. Thanks for the tip!

  2. best thing to buy at Costco. So good I could eat this 7 nights a week. if they sold this w home delivery it would be classic. I love this so good:) Told me kids about this years ago so one year so if they get this on meal delivery service they will smile especially if they didn’t try it:) seriously it could feed a family of 3 for 2 or 3 nights too.

    1. It really does feed a large family for a couple nights. I don’t know if I could eat this overnight because it sits so heavy in the stomach! Plus I really enjoy it during the holidays. Thanks for the comment and glad you enjoy it!

    1. I see no problem with freezing it. I would just make sure it was FULLY thawed before cooking it or else you might get a cold center. The chicken inside is the rotisserie chicken so it is already cooked. I’ve never done it but the only thing I can think of is it may alter the texture. Are you planning on storing a few in the freezer because they don’t sell this year around? Many people wish they sold their Chicken Pot Pie Year around. Thanks for the comment

  3. Thank gawd it’s back, I hope it ends up back at our store 14800 Sole Mia Way North Miami Beach, Fl

    1. I thought this was one of their signature dishes they carried in EVERY store. Do they not carry it at the Costco in Florida? Sometimes I’ve had trouble locating it because they’ve moved it’s location on me. If you can try asking someone from the bakery or meat department, they might be able to help. Good luck finding this pile of goodness!

        1. Bummer. That makes sense though. Who would want to eat Costco Chicken Pot Pie in the middle of summer. Gives me something to look forward to when the colder weather comes around. Thanks for the heads up Pam! Happy Holidays!

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