Marie Callender’s Pot Pies are Princess Nagger Approved

Does anyone make their own pot pies anymore?  Sure, Jan, you probably do, and I bet they’re always amazing.  Pot pies have always been my comfort food in the winter, especially if I’m feeling under the .  You can have your chicken soup, I’ll take a , please. 

Recently I was asked by The Motherhood if I would be willing to try a Marie Callender’s pot pie and relay my thoughts on it to you.  That was an easy ‘yes’, because I happen to all of Marie Callender’s line of meals.  When I’m in a hurry and don’t have time to put together a healthy meal, I opt for the healthy convenience Marie Callender’s offers.

The thing I love most about Marie Callender’s pot pies is that they’re made with no preservatives, and it shows in the taste (as in, much better than other pot pies I’ve tried).  Flaky crust, delicious and nutritious filling – perfect for a cold winters day.

Even Princess Nagger commented about how much better they taste than the other pot pies purchased in the past (there’s a tongue twister for you), so Marie Callender’s pot pies are Princess Nagger Approved.  That says a lot from the pickiest eater I know.


  • Filled with juicy meat, tender vegetables and a signature golden, flaky crust made from scratch, Marie Callender’s Pot Pies offer and comfort to savor.
  • Marie Callender’s Pot Pies are a wholesome and complete dinner solution made with no preservatives —perfect for the whole family!
  • Whether you crave chicken, beef or something creamier, you can choose any one of seven varieties of Marie Callender’s Pot Pies and feel confident in serving your family a delicious, comforting and warm meal during the cold-weather months.

Marie Callender’s Pot Pie varieties include:

  • Chicken Pot Pie
  • Beef Pot Pie
  • Creamy Mushroom Chicken Pot Pie
  • Creamy Parmesan Chicken Pot Pie
  • Honey Roasted Chicken Pot Pie
  • Cheesy Chicken Pot Pie

With cooler weather in, busy moms looking for delicious comfort food for the dinner table can turn to Marie Callender’s Pot Pies.  They are made with no preservatives and can save moms time and energy while warming the kids up after a day of playing in the .

Marie Callender’s Pot Pies are available for a suggested retail price of $2.10-$2.99.

Marie Callender’s meals are available in grocery stores nationwide. Product lines include Complete Meals, One-Dish Entrées, Fresh Flavor Steamers, Fresh Mixers, Multi-serve Bakes, Pot Pies, small Fruit Pies and Dessert Pies & Cobblers.

Click here for more information on Marie Callender’s Pot Pies.

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Princess Nagger wants to try the dessert pies next.  Do you like pot pie?  Do you make your own?




A big thank you to The Motherhood for this opportunity, and to Marie Callender’s for making such delectable meals and pot pies.  I was provided coupons to facilitate this review, but all opinions are of my own personal experience and not influenced by any outside source.  Disclosure policy here.

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About Stacy (the Random Cool Chick)

After 20+ years in the Corporate World and years of infertility, Princess Nagger made her miraculous appearance and I chose to become a SAHM and WAHM - I love every minute of it. We added Little Dude through adoption, adding a whole new dimension to our family. We have an eclectic mix of pets: dogs, cats, birds and fish. I love to cook and try new techniques to turn ordinary into extraordinary. Crafty by nature, I take on a lot of unique projects and enjoy seeing the end result. My favorite, of course, is making my own wine out of fruits and grapes. Experiments with water currently underway. I blog about the joys of parenting, family, friends, life, love and anything else that strikes my fancy. I do enjoy doing reviews and giveaways for products I use, believe in and can stand behind.
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4 thoughts on “Marie Callender’s Pot Pies are Princess Nagger Approved

  1. I do make chicken pot pies, but now (after watching too many food network shows) we make them deconstructed (as the kids don’t really like crust), so we have the filling over noodles!

  2. You know, I haven’t made a pot pie in awhile, but I have a stewing chicken in my crock pot as we speak, and was wondering what I was going to do with it. I believe I’ll figure out a grain-free crust and, well, thank you.

  3. I no longer make pot pies now that I’m the only one in the house. However, when I had a job, I quite often took Marie Callender’s chicken pot pies to work and heated them in the microwave. I agree that they are good.