Family Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

We wanted to bring you a great chicken pot pie recipe now that winter is approaching. We know that it’s getting cold outside and a nice warm meal can bring a sense of relaxation to what can be a difficult and stressful time of year. The other great thing about this recipe is you can substitute the chicken with turkey. We all know how difficult it can be to get rid of that extra turkey leftovers from all the family gatherings. This chicken pot pie recipe has a large amount of nutritional value. We wanted to make sure that there was a variety of vegetables to make it as healthy as possible for you and your family.


1/4 cup butter
3 teaspoons of extra virgin olive oil first-cold press
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 handful of chopped carrots
1 handful of chopped peas
1 1/2 chopped baked potatoes
2 shredded kale leaves
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/3 teaspoon ground black pepper
2 cups of chicken broth
1 cup of milk
2 cups shredded cooked skinless chicken
1 premade crusted pan

You will want to start by preheating your oven to 420 degrees fahrenheit. While the oven is preheating you will want to melt the butter on a large pan. take the prepared vegetables and place them in the pan. Cover them with the salt and the pepper. Place the milk, chicken broth, and olive oil in a separate pot and bring the mixture to a boil. While the mixture is boiling add the whole wheat flour and stir. Let the mixture thicken as you stir and let boil until it reaches your desired thickness. Remove the pot from the stove and let it sit for three minutes. Mix in the cooked vegetables and cooked shredded chicken. Place the mixture into the premade crusted pan. Cover the pie with the premade crust cover and seal the edges. Create a few slits in the top of the crust cover. Place the pie in the over and cook for approximately 25 to 30 minutes. Check the crust to assure it is cooked and golden brown. Once the pie is cooked remove it from the oven and let it sit for fifteen minutes.

I hope this recipe is exactly what your family needs on those cold winter nights ahead. We tried our best to make it as healthy as possible. Our dietitians and healthcare providers that are ACLS, PALS, and BLS certified took a special interest in helping produce this recipe. We want our readers to live long and healthy. Those that have their ACLS online certification want you to know how important it is to monitor your diet to prevent a heart attack or stroke.

Old Fashioned Meatloaf Recipe

Meatloaf is another classic American meal that makes a kitchen feel like home. It is important to get this recipe right if you want to impress friends and guests who have pretty high expectations from their personal mom’s kitchen. When I’m cooking meatloaf if brings back not just memories of being at home and with family but specific holidays. We each have recipes that are dear to our hearts and my personal meatloaf recipe has become increasing more important to me over the years.


1 pound of ground beef

1/3 teaspoon ground black pepper

1.5 teaspoons of salt

1/3 cup chopped onion

2 tablespoons brown sugar

1 beaten egg

1/4 cup ketchup

1 cup dried bread crumbs

Ingredients and Directions:

You will want to start by preheating the oven. Set the temperature to 350 degrees fahrenheit. Mix all the ingredients in a mixing bowel. prepare a 4×8 inch baking pan. Do not grease or oil the pan. Fill the pan with the prepared ingredients. Let the ingredients cook for 40 minutes. After the 40 minutes check to see if the meatloaf is cooked by placing a dry knife into the center of the pan.

Since this recipe includes red meat it should be eaten in moderation. We mostly want to teach good eating habits here on at the Food Shed. If you decide to use red meat substitutes or a portion of red meat substitutes it is even better. The risks associated with heart disease and eating red meat are extremely concerning and should be taken into consideration in all dietary options.

While meatloaf is one of my most memorable recipes that are associated with my past it doesn’t make it the most healthy option for the dinner table. We here at the food shed have decided that we want to teach people healthy eating habits. We consult with healthcare providers to build recipes and raise concerns to people related to healthy eating habits.
The healthcare providers we consult have their ACLS online certification. They have been trained to help individuals in the time of crisis of a heart attack or stroke and want to prevent these events at all cost. These ACLS online certified healthcare workers want to not just teach us healthy lifestyle habits but also help us realize how easy they are to implement. What would you give to lower your chance for a heart attack or stroke by 40%? These possibilities are real and reachable without huge changes in diet or lifestyle. Many of these ACLS online certified providers are also certified in PALS and BLS certification. We urge each of our readers to continue the search to build better eating and lifestyle habits. Thanks for reading and please share your thoughts.

Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe Made Simple



2 table spoons worth of extra virgin olive oil – first cold press

one medium chopped onion

two minced garlic cloves

2 large minced carrots that are thinly sliced


thinly sliced tomato

two large minced leaves of kale

1.5 quarts of raw minced chicken

egg based noodle of choice



You’ll want to start by placing your pot over medium heat. Place a thin coat of oil, 2 table spoons worth of extra virgin olive oil – first cold press, on the inside of the pot. Add one medium chopped onion,  two minced garlic cloves, 2 large minced carrots that are thinly sliced, and some thyme. You’ll also want to add a thinly sliced tomato and two large minced leaves of kale. Place in a 1.5 quarts of raw minced chicken into the pot and fill until 2/3 or the chicken is covered. Cover the pot and allow to cook for 60 minutes, while stirring the ingredients on a regular basis.

You’ll want to cook the noodles at the same time but separately. Fill a separate pot with water. Add a tablespoon of salt. Bring the water to a boil. Place your desired egg based noodle of choice in the pot. Cook and stir the noodles until they are “al dente.” Once the noodles are done, strain them and leave dry in the pot until the chicken is completely cooked. Once the chicken is cooked place the noodles into the pot with chicken and other ingredients. Add water, salt, and pepper as needed. Now bring the water to a boil with the chicken and let the noodles cook with the chicken for 15 minutes. Once the soup is complete let it sit until it has cooled and is ready to serve.

Let us know if you have any suggestions yourselves about chicken noodle soup recipes. We want to here what you like in your chicken noodle soup. We always try and include healthy ingredients to protect the health and well-being of our readers. These recipes are not just organized by chefs but also ACLS online certified healthcare providers that are primarily concerned with your health. Our ACLS online, PALS, and BLS certified healthcare providers want to increase the awareness of how simple dietary changes can make a huge impact in an individuals longevity. We don’t have to give up all the foods we like to look and feel healthy.