Recipe Box, Ham & Mushroom Alfredo Pot Pie and Pizza

It’s time to start thinking pot pies

ham, mushroom asparagus pot pie

Full of meat and vegetables

creamy pot pie

With a buttery flaky crust


This version is a little unconventional, ham instead of chicken


Mushrooms and asparagus instead of peas and carrots

ham mushroom alfredo pot pie

A creamy mushroom alfredo sauce

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Gruyere cheese to help bind the ingredients together


Assemble this pie like you would a quiche


Put the pie crust dough in a deep pie pan and coat with a layer of mustard or honey mustard [optional]

mushroom and ham pot pie

Layer in the onions, ham, cheese, asparagus, and mushrooms

ham mushroom alfredo pot pie

Pour sauce slowly over all

mushroom alfredo pie

Instead of a top crust, I sprinkled the pie with finely grated Parmesan.  You could also use breadcrumbs or a pie crust lattice


You can prepare this earlier in the day and refrigerate it for several hours before baking.  Do not refrigerate overnight as the vegetables might become soggy.

ham mushroom alfredo pot pie

Ham & Mushroom Alfredo Pot Pie and Pizza

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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1 refrigerated pie crust dough round

1 small onion,  chopped

8 oz sliced mushrooms

20 asparagus spears

3-4 cups chopped flavorful ham

1 cup mushroom alfredo sauce {Bertolli}

3 ounces of Gruyère cheese, sliced or grated

1-2 oz finely grated Parmesan

1-2 T mustard or honey mustard for brushing on crust, optional

1 T butter

1-2 T olive oil

salt and pepper

Place pie crust dough in a deep dish pie pan or quiche dish.  Spread with mustard if desired.

Saute onion in a little butter and 1 T olive oil.  When soft add to pie crust. Top with ham, then a layer of Gruyère cheese.

Microwave asparagus in a towel on high for 2 minutes.  Cut into one inch pieces and place on top of cheese.

Saute mushrooms over medium high heat in the butter from the onions, adding more olive oil if necessary, until golden and juices have released.  Place in pie.

Slowly pour mushroom alfredo sauce over all and sprinkle with Parmesan.  Bake at 350 for 45-60 minutes.  Let pie sit for a few minutes before cutting

Ham Alfredo Pizza

1/2 loaf of french bread, sliced horizontally

2-4 oz ham slices cut in pieces

1/2 cup mushroom alfredo sauce

2 oz Parmesan cheese

Top bread with ham, then sauce and top with Parmesan.  Bake at 400 for 10 minutes or until heated through and golden.  Slice each loaf into 1/3s.  Two servings or 6 appetizer servings

You can also make a quick pizza with this sauce


Top a sliced loaf piece of french bread with ham pieces, cover with sauce and Parmesan and bake at 400 for 10 minutes

ham alfredo french bread

Cut into pieces to enjoy as a snack or with soup or salad

ham alfredo bread

More football food!

ham alfredo french bread sandwich


for another printable version of these Ham & Mushroom Alfredo Pot Pie and Pizza click here

Here’s another different version of a pot pie, Chicken and Green Bean Casserole Pot Pie

green bean casserole pot pie


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5 Responses to “Recipe Box, Ham & Mushroom Alfredo Pot Pie and Pizza”
  1. Looks amazingly delish, Jenna!

    Happy Fall and Happy Friday!


  2. Mary says:

    Sounds wonderful Jenna! I’d like to pile all those yummy ingredients on a baked potato, including the mushroom alfredo sauce! I’m looking forward to pot pie weather 🙂


  3. Lynn says:

    I love the addition of a little mustard on the bottom Jenna-sounds good:@)


  4. JESS44903 says:

    This sounds AMAZING!! SO yummy!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!


  5. Julie says:

    Hey Jenna,
    Wow this sure looks delicious to make for dinner. You are making me hungry now! LOL!
    Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
    I hope to have a nice end of the week.
    Julie xo


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