Nothing says comfort food more than a piping hot bowl of Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup. Rich broth is simmered away all day with chunks of chicken and hearty vegetables and then at the end thick noodles are added to make the perfect bowl of chicken and noodle soup that you will ever eat!
Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Soup
One of the things my kids love that I make the most is Chicken Noodle Soup. I like to make a huge batch of it (this recipe serves 12) and then we eat it for days for lunches or whenever hunger strikes.
There really is nothing better on a cold day than a bowl of hot chicken & noodle soup. And if you are sick or otherwise feeling under the weather it really does hit the spot and make you feel better.
I often times will put together freezer containers of soup and deliver to friends and family who are sick and then they can eat up the soup on the stove or in the microwave. It is always a hit and I am asked for the recipe.
This recipe calls for just a few simple ingredients such as chicken broth (you can use store bought or homemade), chicken (I use breast meat but you can use thighs or any combination of white and dark meat if you like), the trinity in cooking (carrots, onion and celery) a little garlic and spices and then the noodles. I use homestyle noodles such as Reames brand which can be found in the frozen food section of most major grocery stores. If you cannot find frozen noodles you are welcome to use dried homestyle noodles or egg noodles.
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