Homemade Classic Chicken Noodle Soup

On cold days or days when you’re just feeling under the weather, you’re sure to feel better after eating a bowl of classic chicken noodle soup. I’m not sure what kind of magic chicken noodle soup has, but it’s totally filling and delicious, and it will help you relax and restore your flagging energy with just a few bites.

This classic chicken noodle soup is beyond awesome. It’s delicious, with the chicken tender and packed with flavor. It’s cooked in a crockpot so it’s highly convenient. And because it’s got veggies swimming in the soup, it’s really good for you.


One bag of Ribbon Wide Noodles
One bag of baby carrots
One bunch of celery
32 oz of Chicken Broth
1 7 ounce can tomato sauce
4lbs fresh chicken
Sea Salt


Step One: Bring a large pot of water to a rolling boil. Add chicken to the water and boil for 10-12 minutes.

Step Two: Chop baby carrots and celery hearts into bite size pieces

Step Three: Remove the chicken from the water and cut into small, bite size pieces.

Step Four: Add the chicken, chicken broth, tomato sauce, celery and carrots to the crock-pot. Season with sea salt, pepper and oregano, basil, and thyme to taste. Set crock-pot on High for 8 hours.

Step Five: With 1 hour left, bring a large pot of water to a rolling boil.  Add the egg noodles to the water and cook until al dente.

Step Six: Remove the noodles from the water and allow them to cool. With 15 minutes remaining on the crock-pot timer, add the egg noodles and one cup of water to the soup.

Once the timer goes off, it’s time to serve and enjoy!!

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  1. Is it truly homemade if the noodles come out of a bag? I make mine from scratch and there is NO comparison. My mama taught me how to make them so it’s a tradition and so good. But a big pot of soup on the stove is sooo good on a cold, snowy day in Iowa.

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