These savory pies make the perfect any occasion meal whether you choose a classic dish or a brand-new favorite. These savory pies easily fill the bill for a picnic, potluck, or a delicious family meal.See Popular Savory Pies Recipes
Need to eat more vegetables? These savory little pies have butternut squash, turnips, Brussels sprouts, parsnips, and portobello mushrooms. Serve them as a filling vegetarian meal.
Of course we all like dessert pies (can anyone really make a reasonable case against apple pie?), but the cold winter months seem to call out for the warm savory goodness of pot pies. There's just something fundamentally satisfying about pulling a chicken pot pie from the oven--the golden brown crust, chunks of tender chicken, and creamy sauce studded with fresh vegetables call to the kid in all of us.
Tender chicken and mixed vegetables are bathed in gravy made with Swanson® Chicken Stock, then topped with a Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry crust that has been dusted with chopped fresh herbs.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Dinner is easy as pie when you top Pillsbury® refrigerated pie crust with turkey bacon, green bell pepper, sweet potatoes and the perfect mix of spices.
Roast poultry and vegetables are paired in a creamy sauce and topped with a golden biscuit crust.
No rolling pin's needed for this hearty meat pie. Just press the crust in the pan, add the filling and top with an easy-to-make Bisquick® topper.
Instead of rolling out a crust, top a mouth-watering mixture of veggies and turkey with easy-to-make biscuits.
Quiche gets jazzed with Mexican flavors. Ole!
A corn batter tops chicken and favorite Mexican ingredients and turns into one hot tamale--pie, that is!
Looking for an appetizing, meatless main dish? Try this quiche-like spinach pie in a puff pastry crust, that gets extra flavor from feta cheese and dry onion soup mix.
A perfect centerpiece for your next party whether it's cocktails for 20 or a tailgating get-together.
Four convenient ingredients combine to make a scrumptious pot pie that taste just as good as Grandma's, without all the time and effort.
Crisp bacon and caramelized onions make perfect partners in this cravable, savory tart.
Using refrigerated biscuits makes a very easy topping for your own homemade pot pie casserole.
Convenient cooked beef and vegetables bound with a creamy mushroom gravy are tucked into a flaky pie crust.
This delicious pie can be prepared in just a few minutes and is a great way to use your left-over ham.