How Do You Make Chicken Noodle Soup In A Crock Pot


It depends on the ingredients you use to make the soup, and if you use high-quality ingredients, then definitely! The warm, comforting soup also helps relieve sore throats and its steam warms you and clears any congestion. For good reason, this soup is the go-to choice when you’re feeling under the weather!

In order to regulate the quantity of salt in the meal, I also like to purchase chicken broth with lower sodium content.

When it comes to the best noodles for chicken noodle soup, I personally like to use wide egg noodles. When compared to other types of noodles, they typically maintain their texture and shape in soup.

While some people use rotisserie chicken when making crockpot chicken noodle soup, using fresh chicken is so much simpler when making it in a slow cooker. The perfect remedy for a long, stressful day is a large bowl of this soup!


I used dried rosemary and thyme in this recipe for the best crockpot chicken noodle soup. Freshly minced parsley is added as a garnish. Fresh herbs or some dried tarragon would make excellent substitutes or additions. We’ve also included the traditional “mirepoix” or “holy trinity” of diced onions, carrots, and celery, though these aren’t quite herbs. These veggies add wonderful flavor and aromas to almost any soup, which is why they are used so often.

Looking for more fantastic soup recipes? Try my Copycat Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana, and hearty Slow Cooker Minestrone!

How Do You Make Chicken Noodle Soup In A Crock Pot

Recipe Tips and Tricks

  • Use a Whole Onion. Rather than utilizing chopped raw onion, I add one whole peeled onion, which I take out at the end of cooking. Although it adds the flavor of onions, it is not nearly as unpleasant as using raw onions. It also eliminates the need for you to sauté the onion beforehand.
  • Swap the Herbs. Not a rosemary fanatic? Swap a bundle of fresh thyme. You can remove the bundle and sprinkle chopped fresh basil, oregano, or dill over the finished soup.
  • Cook the Noodles Separately. Although raw noodles can be added to a slow cooker, I’ve found that cooking them separately on the stove produces the best results. In the slow cooker, noodles can’t get the ideal al dente bite and often crumble.
  • Try Bone Broth. Although I adore the concept of utilizing bone-in chicken to make homemade broth, I usually lack the necessary time. To achieve the same flavor and nutritional benefits with less work, a high-quality store-bought bone broth is a great choice (swap it for the chicken stock)

How Do You Make Chicken Noodle Soup In A Crock Pot

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