Grain and Gluten Free Pepperoni Pizza Pot Pie Soup




If I was a food, I think I might be a pizza. You can ask my husband, that totally is a true statement!

My little dream of a cookbook turned ONE last week (& I shared this Cider Mill Donut Hole recipe, so go make those!).  One of my personal favorite recipes in my cookbook is the chicken pot pie! Never in a million years would I think I would love a chicken pot pie so much, since I generally don’t like that style of foods, but it is now ultimate comfort food to me.

Since I love pizza so much, I thought hey, why not make a pizza pot pie soup, I don’t think that really is even a legit thing, but I made it legit, so there! No rules, just right 😉

I am not going to lie to you all, I am not a big broth or soup maker, yes, even the nutritionist in me can admit that.  But, it truly is so nutritious and I really notice a difference when I have a cup consistently!

With the fall and winter approaching and the weather turning colder, I thought why not combine my favorite food like pizza with super nutritious bone broth! Thankfully, Bone & Co had just sent me some of their broth—which I loved! Beef broth is always too intense for me, but their flavor was just perfect plus, I LOVE the super easy to use packaging it comes in—for those of you like me who spill everything, you will love it too!

Go check out Bone & Co’s delicious bone broths in these easy to use containers.  I will pull out a package in the morning or even the night before and allow it to defrost.  Bone broth is a superfood, especially with cold and flu season upon us, so sneaking it into this soup will make you and your little ones healthy, and happy!

Thank you Bone & Co for sponsoring this post!Gluten Free Pizza Pot Pie Soup Flourish Caroline Potter NTP

Grain and Gluten Free Pepperoni Pizza Pot Pie Soup

serves 6 people


  • First prepare your biscuit dough (you want to do this right as you start cooking so that the biscuits still rise).
  • Warm the oven to 375 degrees F and position the rack on the bottom of the oven.  Warm a large dutch oven or cast iron soup pan on the stove to medium heat.
  • Squeeze the sausage out of their casings and sear and crumble the sausage into small pieces in the pan.  Use a slotted spoon to remove the cooked sausage crumbles and set aside so that the grease remains in the pan.  Reduce the pan’s heat to medium-low.
  • Add the onions, mushrooms, sea salt and dried oregano and sauté for 5-10 minutes or until slightly soft.  Stir in the sausage crumbles, pizza sauce, chicken broth and pepperoni.  Use a spoon to drop dollops of ricotta cheese on the top.  Add half of the mozzarella cheese on top.
  • Form the biscuits with your hands according to the instructions and place on top of the pizza soup like you would a pot pie.  Keep in mind you may have 1 or 2 extra biscuits which you can bake on a baking sheet alone.  Top with the remainingmozzarella cheese.
  • Bake for 20 minutes or until the cheese is golden brown and bubbly.
  • (If you cannot tolerate the cheese, simply omit, bake for 10 minutes, cover with foil and bake for an additional 10 minutes.)



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