Chicken Pot Pie Soup featuring Savannah Classics Hushpuppies

Beginning Disclosure




Living in the south, hushpuppies are seen on every single dish, no matter if it is breakfast, lunch or dinner. I even enjoy hushpuppies as a snack. I recently had the opportunity to work with Savannah Classics and review their line of hushpuppies and I was so excited. I usually just buy whatever I can find in the frozen section. You can find the mixes in the flour aisle but I can never get those to taste right. With the frozen ones they are mixed right but a lot of the time they have that freezer taste to them. So if I want to enjoy hushpuppies I usually have to go to a restaurant.


When I received my package I couldn’t wait to sink my teeth into them. I received three different flavors to try out; Jalapeno, Original and Sweet Corn. No need to make a special trip to a specialty store, these are found right in the freezer section of your grocery store. What I loved about these are that they can either be cooked in the oven or deep-fried.. yummm… These delicious hushpuppies are made from a recipe that has been handed down for generations and includes diced onions, the finest cornmeal available and top-secret recipes. It took a few minutes and I was trying these out. Each one has the perfect mix of just the right spices to have that melt in your mouth taste. So, I knew immediately what I wanted to cook with these. I love a good chicken pot pie, but I have wondered if I could make it into a soup. So that is what I set out to do. It was not really that hard and turned out to taste just like a chicken pot pie, except for soup!!

Chicken Pot Pie Soup

You will need the following ingredients:

• 2 lbs of cooked and cubed or shredded chicken

• A good mix of veggies. I used some zucchini, squash, lima beans, carrots and green beans for a more healthier version.You could also add in a few cans of that Veg-All.

• 4 cups of chicken stock

• 1/4 cup milk

• 2 TBS Cornstarch

• 1 TBS mustard.. yes.. my secret ingredient

• Salt, Pepper, Italian Seasoning and Parsley to your liking

• 1 Bag of Savannah Classics Hushpuppies (your choice of flavor)

First, you will want to throw everything except the milk and cornstarch into a slow cooker. Let this cook in the crock pot on high for about 3 hours. While that is getting all good and simmering, cook the hushpuppies according to the directions on the package and your chosen method of cooking. Once done, cut them in half and then store them until they are ready to be added to the soup. One you approach the last 30 minutes, go ahead and mix the cornstarch and milk thoroughly and add to the crock pot and give it a good swirl. Once you have 5 minutes until your soup is done, add in the hushpuppies and serve. This is seriously so delicious and you will wonder why you haven’t tried this before.

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  1. shelly peterson says

    ooops I meant they look super yummy! but yummy for my tummy I guess lol

  2. Debbie Welchert says

    This soup looks and sounds so good. I love how simple the recipe is. I would love to try the hushpuppies too but was sad to find out that they don’t sell them in our state yet.

  3. Margot C says

    What a lovely idea. everyone here likes hushpuppies and we like chicken pot pie flavor – it’s too much work to make one though usually.

  4. Rosie says

    oh boy this looks so good, I’m really hungry – and I must make it soon because I won’t rest content til I do. Pot pie is a fav of favorites, but it is a hassle – this has all the good tastin’ without all the hassle!!!

  5. Pamela Gurganus says

    I absolutely love hushpuppies! I love that these Savannah Classics hushpuppies come in different flavors. I’m very excited to see that my local grocer carries these. I can’t wait to try them! You chicken pot pie soup looks and sounds delicious too! Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  6. Dana Rodriguez says

    That sounds really good! I would have never thought of using hushpuppies!

  7. heather says

    This is one recipe I would love to make in the fall or winter it sounds like one I would really enjoy.

  8. Jessica Menster says

    This looks amazing! My family loves a great soup in the fall and winter months and the hushpuppies look so good! Great idea!

  9. Kelly O says

    Love hushpuppies. This soup looks really yummy, and then adding in hushpuppies would be extra yummy. We do a lot of soup in the winter, so I will try this then.

  10. Fee Roberts says

    I love chicken pot pie soup! I bet the hushpuppies give it a unique flavor.

  11. Elizabeth says

    This looks and sounds so tasty! Thanks for the recipe; I can’t wait to try the Savannah Classics Hushpuppies…I hope I’ll be able to find them where I live!

  12. Tami Vollenweider says

    I already buy these and we love them! I like the twist of using them in the Chicken Pot Pie Soup! Looks YUMMY!

  13. Tamra Phelps says

    I absolutely love hush puppies! It can be hard to find store-bought that taste like homemade, so if you do, you buy the ALL, lol!

  14. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I have never tried the Savannah product line. This recipe makes me want to try them soon.

  15. Kimberly M. says

    Oh my, chicken pot pie is one of my favorite things and I love hush puppies. Never ever thought of combining the two but this recipe sounds awesome. I will have to check and see if I can purchase these in my area. Sounds amazing. Pinning for future making. Thank you so much.

  16. Cynthia C says

    This looks like a good soup to use for a main dish. It would really satisfy hungry appetites.

  17. Sue E says

    I use to make a chicken pot pie big enough for all of us to eat when the kids were home. I haven’t made one in years now. Now it’s store bought – like Swanson’s or Banquet’s. I have never heard of Savannah’s. The recipe looks really good & easy – another one that I pinned!! THANKS!!

  18. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I never thought of using Hushpuppies this way, but this recipe looks delicious.

  19. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    Since I live in the northeast I haven’t eaten many Hushpuppies. I like this recipe and have to try it.

  20. Tamra Phelps says

    I love pot pies, so turning it into a soup is great. I’ll give this a try.

  21. Jan Lee says

    I would love to try this as first I love Chicken Pot Pie and second, I love hushpuppies. I never thought of adding them in anything. This recipe does sound amazing, and I’d use the sweet corn style of hushpuppies as I love corn too :) Thank you for sharing!

  22. Margot C says

    You could add peas to this. My Mom’s Chicken Pot Pie always had peas – just sayin’!

  23. LMarie Weeks says

    Wow i have never heard of this and am so glad i clicked to see. Oh boybi surely added this recipe to my phones homescreen for later use

  24. Alison Gibb says

    This Pot Pie looks to die for. I have never had hushpuppies but I am going to look for these next time I go shopping!

  25. Tamra Phelps says

    I definitely love hush puppies & this would be a great way to eat them! I hadn’t thought of using them like this.

  26. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I’d love to try this recipe, but Savannah Classics aren’t sold anywhere near me.

  27. kymi a says

    I have got to try this recipe ASAP! This looks so wonderfully delish, fast and easy to make, plus love I won’t be cooking all day long. Thank you for sharing!

  28. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I have never thought to turn a chicken pot,pie into a soup, but I can see that it worked out and may try this recipe.

  29. Karen Nadeau says

    This looks like it’s simple to make and I bet my girls would love it. Thank you.

  30. Tamra Phelps says

    this does look good on a stormy day like today. (Why do these kinds of meals seem to fit stormy or cold days??)

  31. Nataile Brown says

    This looks and sounds absolutely delicious! I love the idea of adding these hushpuppies too. Thank-you for this tasty & easy recipe. :)

  32. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    Since I would love to make this with Hushpuppies I Wish Savannah Classics would expand their market to the northeast.

  33. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I wish Savannah Classics would market in the northeast so that I could try them in this recipe.

  34. Sue M. says

    I’m a Yankee (sorry!) but this looks really yummy, I’ll definitely have to try it. Thanks a lot for posting!

  35. Tamra Phelps says

    Seeing this recipe makes me hungry, lol. It also makes me want Fall to get here! I associate recipes like this with Fall.

  36. Tamra Phelps says

    This recipe looks great. I don’t know if you’ve ever tried tater tot casserole, but you can substitute hush puppies for the tater tots (just tear the hush puppies in two.) It’s really good!

  37. Tamra Phelps says

    This recipe sounds really tasty. I also love eating hush puppies with chili.

  38. Linda Manns Linneman says

    I have never used these hushpuppies before. This recipe sounds great. Thank you so much for sharing

  39. Joann Adams says

    I never heard of the Savannah products. I love hushpuppies and certainly want to try this recipe.

  40. Fee Roberts says

    I’m going to have to make this this week. I keep coming here and I get such a craving! lol

  41. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    This recipe looks so delicious that I want to make it right now, even if I have to make my own version of,Hushpuppies!

  42. terry myers says

    This recipe I never heard about a soup I make chicken pot pie all the time I have to make the soup

  43. Sue E says

    I am a soup addict so this would be really tasty for me! IF I can’t find Savannah Classics Hushpuppies, what other brand would you suggest??

  44. says

    Hi Sue. If you can’t find it, I would suggest the House-Autry dry mix. It can be found around the spices and bread mixes in your local grocery store :) They have an original and an onion mix.

  45. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I imagine that the Hushpuppies are like crispy dumplings In The soup and I would love to try them.

  46. Amy Green says

    This would be a big hit with both my mom and my 2 sisters. They all love soups, and, are big chicken pot pie fans!

  47. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I love how you deconstructed this recipe and add the Hushpuppies at the end so that they don’t get mushy.

  48. Lisa Coomer Queen says

    This looks really good! I have it pinned and will be trying it soon. Thank you for the awesome recipe!

  49. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    This chicken pot pie soup really does look so delicious and I wish I could get the Hushpuppies here.

  50. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I appreciate your telling us about your addition of mustard, your secret ingredient! It can make a big difference In the taste.

  51. Lori Pouncey says

    This sounds amazingly delish! I love finding new recipes. Believe it or not I have ever made a home made pot pie lol My mom makes one but she uses can biscuits and frozen veggies, but it is really good! I am def making your recipe! Such a great southern comfort food lol I am from Texas and we do like to eat :) Thank you for sharing this awesome recipe 😉

  52. Betty C says

    I would never have thought of this idea, it’s great. I have to make this soon.

  53. Sue E says

    We are going food shopping tomorrow. I will check for the House-Autry dry mix around the spices and bread mixes for the 2 flavors. Thanks for the suggestion!

  54. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    I love your recipe and I think you should tell,Savannah Classics to sell,their Hushpuppies in the northeast too.

  55. AJ says

    I am a hush puppy fanatic so I LOVE this recipe!! I am pinning for later. Thank you so much for sharing!! xD

  56. ellen beck says

    I adore hushpuppies bt dislike making them so these look great. I like how you combine them so it takes llike a chicken pot pie thats clever!

  57. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    So, I shall try this Chicken Pot Pie soup and at some point try to make my own Hushpuppies to add to it.

  58. Betsy Barnes says

    This is a nice, hearty recipe. My hubby and son are big fans of hush puppies, they are going to love this soup :)

  59. says

    This looks like a great recipe. They used to have Chicken Pot Pie Soup when I worked at Lone Star Steakhouse. They would not give out that recipe, so I am going to try this.

  60. Lori Pouncey says

    Being from Texas O love comfort foods and this is much a comfort food lol I love hush puppies and yet I never think to make them with meals. I think because when I think hush puppies I think big, huge mess lol but these frozen ones seem great and I have heard great things about this particular brand! The soup its self seems fabulous, thanks for some fab new ideas and recipes :)

  61. brenda disimone says

    this looks so good and i want to make this during the winter it will make me feel so cozy

  62. ellen beck says

    This looks so good. I am going to give this a try this winter ecause this is like a comfort food. It looks good.

  63. Margot C says

    Lima beans! This is only of the only places where you will find that they are really good!

  64. Laurie Nykaza says

    I’m always looking for new soup recipes and I can also use left over chicken for this so it is a win win for my family dinner thanks love to try making it.

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