Topped with cheese and crushed potato chips this yummy Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Casserole is baked in a casserole slow cooker. A great comfort food for dinner any night of the week!
Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Casserole
If you have cooked chicken, either from leftovers or a store-bought rotisserie chicken or a rotisserie chicken you made yourself, and need a great comforting recipe to use up that chicken then you are going to want to try this amazing chicken noodle casserole recipe today!
This creamy casserole is topped with cheese and crushed potato chips and is just oh so yummy!
I baked the casserole in my Casserole Crock-Pot but you can use a 6 quart or larger oval or round one too!
Give this yummy casserole a try for dinner this week!
Equipment Needed For Crock-Pot Chicken Noodle Casserole Recipe:
- Large Pasta Pot With Strainer
- Large Mixing Bowl
- Can Opener
- Liquid Measuring Cup
- Dry Measuring Cups And Spoons
- Wooden Spoon
- Non-Stick Cooking Spray
What Type Of Potato Chips Should I Use For The Casserole Topping?
You can use whatever brand of potato chip that you like. To be honest, I usually just grab a bag of Lay’s potato chips or the store-brand equivalent to use as a casserole topping. But if you have a favorite brand of potato chip go ahead and use that. I also use plain potato chips but if you want to add another flavor profile to your casserole feel free to experiment with flavored potato chips. I think sour cream and onion or cheddar flavored chips would be pretty tasty!
Can I Use Something Else Besides Potato Chips As The Topping?
If potato chips are no your thing feel free to use dried bread crumbs tossed in some melted butter. Use 1 cup plain or seasoned bread crumbs and 1 tablespoons melted butter. Mix those two ingredients together and sprinkle over the top of your casserole.
What Kind Of Chicken Can I Use In This Chicken Noodle Casserole?
You can use any type of cooked chicken. It can be white meat chicken or dark meat chicken or a combination of the two. You can buy your chicken at the grocery store in the form of a whole rotisserie chicken or just the meat from a rotisserie chicken from your grocery stores’ deli. You can cook a whole chicken or just some chicken breasts in your slow cooker the day before.
In a pinch you could even use canned chicken.
More CrockPot Casseroles To Try!
- Crock-Pot Tuna Noodle Casserole
- Slow Cooker Reuben Casserole
- Crock-Pot Mexican Lasagna
- Slow Cooker Upside Down Taco Pie
- Crock-Pot Turkey Roast with Rice