Low carb and gluten free Keto Chili Dog Pot Pie Casserole. So many delicious things, all in one casserole: grass-fed hot dogs, chili, biscuits. YUM!
Keto Chili Dog Pot Pie Casserole
I am all about low carb keto comfort foods. In fact, recreating my old favorites into low carb and gluten free versions is exactly how my blog began. It all started with a desire to lose weight without giving up all the foods that I loved. In fact, one of my all time favorite recipes is still my Caramelized Onion and Prosciutto Cauliflower Mac and Cheese recipe. I learned a lot from that recipe. I learned that I could stick to a low carb lifestyle without feeling deprived. I learned that with a little creativity in the kitchen, there was nothing that was off the table.
This Keto Chili Dog Pot Pie Casserole was floating around in my head for a long time before I actually made it. My Low Carb Slow Cooker Kickin' Chili is still one of the most visited recipes on my site. What goes better with chili than biscuits? Nothing! Especially when they are low carb and gluten free biscuits! They make the perfect, hearty comfort food topping for a low carb pot pie.
This recipe takes a bit of preparation time, but it is definitely worth it. Try serving it with sour cream and green onions on top. YUM!
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Keto Chili Dog Pot Pie Casserole
- Yield: Makes 12 Servings 1x
- One batch Slow Cooker Kickin' Chili
- 2 tbsp butter
- 8 grass-fed beef hot dogs, sliced
- 1 ½ cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese
- 1 ½ cups shredded mozzarella cheese
- One batch Low Carb Cheddar Biscuit Dough (minus the sausage)
- Prepare the chili ahead of time. You can drastically reduce the cook time of this recipe by converting the chili to a stovetop recipe.
- Heat the butter in a large oven proof skillet over medium heat. Once the butter is melted and the pan is hot, add the sliced hot dogs to the pan and cook until they have a nice sear on them.
- Pour the entire batch of chili on top of the cooked hot dogs.
- Mix the cheddar and mozzarella cheeses and sprinkle them over top of the chili.
- Prepare the biscuit dough according to the directions (minus the sausage)
- Preheat oven to 350°
- Drop large scoops of the biscuit dough on top of the casserole.
- Bake for 30 minutes or until the biscuit topping is golden brown.
Nutritional information will vary by ingredients used. Please use a site like MyFitnessPal or FatSecret to figure out this information based on the ingredients you used.
My sister turned me on to this recipe about a year ago -- kids LOVE it, and it makes it to the breakfast menu on a nearly weekly basis. Our favorite substitutions are bacon & parmesan for the sausage & cheddar, or ham with yellow cheddar and dill for the chives. So versatile! I can get the kids out of bed just by saying, "Warm bacon biscuits! Come 'n' get 'em! 🙂 Thanks for a great recipe. LOVE your whole site!
I followed the directions exactly. The biscuits did not turn out correct, They were still "mushy", which with the cheese is ok, but not the almond flour.. Otherwise, the taste would have been good. I:(
We just got done eating this . It was really good . I LOVED the chili , the biscuits were ok. I’m not going to say they were the best but they were alright to eat. I’m definitely making the chili again ! I didn’t have all the ingredients but it still turned out amazing .
I’m on keto , my fiancé and sister’s boyfriend is not but they both loved this .
Thank you for this awesome recipe! This weekend was the 2 year anniversary of my Dad's passing and I had this as a nod to him. He always loved going to a little place here in St Pete FL called Coney island for chili dogs. I made the chili in my insta pot which was an awesome time saver and then after seating the hot dogs transferred everything into a regular glass baking dish to finish in the oven. So delicious and such a treat.
Made this today! Yum! (Did the chili overnight - so easy!)
Kendra, I want to thank you so much for your peace love and lowcarb website. Since I started my keto journey in August, I have lost 14 lbs.! And I feel really good! I don't crash in the middle of the day any more and I don;t have the cravings either. Sometimes I have to make myself eat because I just am not hungry! let me tell you that has NEVER happened to me before! Thanks again!
Ryan Luedecke says
wow, Kyndra, this one made my jaw drop.Photo looks amazing. made me think of chili dogs, beanie weenies, etc from when I was a kid. Looks amazing. Kinda wondering if I can concoct something similar but with like a cauli / cheese mash on top. Thanks for sharing. - ryan
barbara marcinko says
Can this recipe be frozen????
Peace Love and Low Carb says
We have never had any leftovers to freeze. 🙂 I think it should be okay though. If you freeze it, let me know how it works out.
Therese Haas says
So yummy and well worth the work. I simplified this and had it on the table within two hours! Like usual I did not read the recipe but just scanned the Ingredients to make sure I had everything. Was four thirty before I read about the slow cook chili!! Don't know what I was thinking. So I threw all the chili stuff into the Instant Pot( beef was frozen!) set it for 20 min. By the time it was done with a 10 Min SR,
the biscuits were ready and hot dogs were searing! Dinner was on the table by six thirty and was so good! Thank you!
Love that you used your instapot and stated time and settings, Thank you! Many times I find myself in the same predicament.