Old Fashioned Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup


This is absolutely the best chicken noodle soup I’ve ever had. The chicken is so tender from the crock pot, and the soup has a lot of flavor. You can also reduce the amount of broth and serve it as a chicken and noodle dish rather than soup.

You will need:

  • 4 carrots, peeled and sliced
  • 4 stalks celery, sliced
  • 1 white onion, diced
  • 3 boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp ground black pepper
  • 1/2 tsp dried basil
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 1/2 tsp McCormick Perfect Pinch Garlic & Herb (Salt Free) Seasoning
  • 64 oz chicken broth
  • 12 oz extra wide egg noodles

Directions:

Slice vegetables and put in crock pot. Place chicken breasts on top of vegetables and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Pour white wine over chicken breasts, then sprinkle dried basil on chicken. Cover and cook on high for 6 hours.

Remove chicken and cut or shred into chunks. Put chicken into a bowl, scoop vegetables out of crock pot and put them aside with chicken. Pour leftover juices into a large pot and add chicken broth. Turn on high and bring to a boil. Add egg noodles and cook 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Scoop chicken and vegetables into the pot and add Perfect Pinch seasoning. Stir and cook on medium for 5 minutes. Serve with a side of crackers, warm bread and butter, or grilled cheese sandwiches.

Enjoy!

 



Comments

  1. Chelsea says

    I’m looking for crockpot meals because we have recently moved and haven’t had access to a stove, yet. Can this be done without doing the stove portion by just adding the noodles in at the end and cooking until tender? Thanks for the recipe, sounds yummy!

  2. Heidi O says

    This looks delicious! I’m going to try the all-in-the-crock-pot way. I like my crock pot because it’s usually the only pot I have to get dirty!

  3. Sarah L says

    This recipe looks great. I may have to give it a try this fall with some of the homemade chicken broth I made last week. Yummy!

  4. says

    thanks for this great recipee. there’s nothing like an old fashioned chicken noodle soup to make a day go better :) . this is a must in my house if anyone is feeling sick or just under the weather. I’ll try it this way and hopefully it’ll come out tasting even better than usual! Thanks :)

  5. Shelly Macaluso says

    This looks delicious for the cooler fall weather. I love cooking soups in my crockpot! It’s so easy and you have a great meal without much work.

  6. Sara Banister says

    Ohhh yummy!!! I’ve been wanting a good ole’ fashined chicken and noodle soup recipe!!! I think this sounds likes a winner!! Can’t wait to try it out!!

  7. Kellie Conklin says

    This looks delicious! I had never thought of using a crock-pot to help make the soup but it makes sense! I’ll definitely be giving this recipe a go the next time we are have chicken noodle soup! I love how easy it is and how good it looks!

  8. Geri Fink says

    Wow! Thanks for the idea to reduce the broth and make a very flavorful dish as an option. I never would have thought of that!

  9. Cassandra Eastman says

    This looks delicious and so easy! I love anything to make in the crockpot! Would be a great recipe for winter, thanks!!!

  10. Stephanie Brown Eversole says

    I’m in the middle of a torrid love affair with my crock pot:) This looks delicious and tempting, especially since I’m also in the midst of a cold.

  11. Tiffany Winner says

    I made something similar recently but added too many noodles so there was no broth left! Not really a ‘soup’ anymore but it was still good.

  12. Lauren says

    I made this today. Smells so yummy. 1st time ever making soup. I only cool mine for 4 hrs on high in crockpot. The chicken just fell right apart. I think 6 hrs would have been away too long, at least in my crockpot. Thanks for the great recipe

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