My husband loves pot pies. Any time I had to go out of town and he was left in the kitchen to fend for himself. Marie Callendar’s pot pie was always on his menu of defrost, heat and eat.
Thankfully, we have come a long way and I created this one-dish sensation that is completely satisfying without the chicken or preservatives.
You can substitute any vegetables in place of the squash, green beans and broccoli. It just so happened that these were the ones I had in the refrigerator.
I have been experimenting with creating a creamy and delicious mac and cheese sauce and after a dozen attempts I finally think I nailed it!
This is a hearty dinner and makes enough to serve 8 average servings or 6 large servings. It also heats up great the next day for leftovers. I would recommend adding a bit more non-dairy milk to keep it creamy.
In this recipe I used Ripple Original, Unsweetened Non-Dairy Milk. Any non-dairy option would work but this is preferred because it is super rich tasting.