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- 1 chicken, quartered (4-5 lbs)
- 3 celery stalks
- 3 carrots
- 1/2 onion
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 1 teaspoon dried basil
- 2 1/2 cups uncooked egg noodles
- Chop up all your vegetables and place in the bottom on the slow cooker.
- Place your quartered chicken on top, followed by the seasonings.
- Add 3 cups of water to your slow cooker, being careful not to pour it on the chicken and wash your seasoning off.
- Cook on low for 6-7 hours. You want your chicken to be fall apart tender, but you want to pull the chicken out while it’s still in one piece. Other wise you will have a mess of chicken and bones to sort out.
- Carefully take the chicken out. Add your egg noodles to the broth. Turn your slow cooker on high and cook for about 30 minutes or until the noodles are tender. While the noodles are cooking, shred chicken.
- Mix meat back in with the broth and noodles.
- Enjoy your hearty homemade chicken noodle soup!
Sarah @ Will Run for Pasta
So funny, I started making chicken noodle soup at the request of my husband too. I’ve never done the crock pot thing with it though, I’ll definitely be trying that. We had a taste of Fall a few days ago but then it was 90 today, blech! I’m all for Summer but I’m definitely ready for Fall to arrive!!
Oh, those husbands. I can’t believe it’s that warm there. My sister lives in Oregon and earlier this spring it was snowing there and 90 here. Hope fall finds you soon.
Rachel @ I Love My Disorganized Life
Brenna, I love chicken noodle soup! This is so easy, too! I always made it in a pot on the stove, never thinking that a crockpot version would be so much easier. Thanks for sharing it on my wall!
Looks delicious and as soon and we get some winter weather also, I will be making this!! Thanks for sharing, Brenna!
Hi Brenna! Have you frozen this before? Just curious how the noodles would hold up. Any experience in freezing GF noodles?
No, I actually haven’t. My husband has wanted me to try it, but there usually aren’t many leftovers. I understand what you are saying about the noodles. Maybe it would be best to freeze it before adding the noodles. Then you could just add already cooked noddles to your thawed broth and chicken when reheating.