Thursday , 15 February 2018

Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup

Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup

Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup


  • 1 1/2 cups carrots, chopped
  • 2 ribs celery, chopped
  • 1 medium cooking onion, peeled and sliced (in large pieces so picky eaters can easily pick them out)
  • 2 slices ginger (approx. 1/4 inch thick each), peeled
  • 2-3 stocks fresh rosemary
  • 8 boneless, skinless chicken thighs (I used a few more because the club-sized package was on sale)
  • 1 container low sodium chicken broth (approx: 900mL—if not using wine add additional broth)
  • 1 cup white wine (Optional but highly recommended)
  • Coarse salt and ground pepper to taste
  • 2 cups egg noodles


  1. Spray crockpot with non-stick spray.
  2. Add carrots, celery, onion, ginger and rosemary.
  3. Arrange chicken on top of vegetables.
  4. Add broth, salt and pepper.
  5. Cook on low for 8 hours.
  6. Remove chicken, shred with two forks and put back into pot.
  7. Add noodles and cook on high for 20-30 minutes.
  8. Serve with biscuits or crusty bread!

Submitted by:Maija


  1. can i use boneless, skinless chicken breast instead of thighs? i am novice at cooking, so bear with me. thanks.

  2. why do use metric in chicken broth yet use Imperial units ( cups ), just a suggestion but try to be consistent in using measuring units – are you a Brit/American or European/Asian? just confused about 900ml – how many cup is that – just lazy – i am sure i can Google the conversion chart but please be consistent on your measuring units in the future recipes – i am printing this out for my recipe box. thanks for your effort.

    • … Just put enough broth on it to cover the chicken. I know you’re saying you’re lazy but damn… This recipe comes with a picture for every step lol.

      • You have to bear with us non cooks…I was going to ask the same question! I assumed it was a box of broth, but wasn’t totally sure….I’m looking forward to making this later this week!

    • The recipe says 1 container of chicken broth. That’s a whole box. No need to measure anything just dump the whole box in. It’s right there in the recipe.

  3. Does it matter what kind of white wine, or do you have a specific kind you like to use?

  4. Looks like a great recipe, looking forward to trying it! Here in Canada, the carton of chicken broth would say 900 ml on it. So easy to check conversions on the internet, I’ve done it all the time when making recipes from different countries.Metric has been around for a long time, isn’t hard to convert:)

  5. When do you add the wine? I do not see it in the instructions. Thank you.

    • was going to ask the same question about the wine. It doesn’t say so assuming to add when broth is added? And what kind of wine? Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  6. If u want to cook on high, how many hours?

  7. The cup measurement isn’t solely an imperial one – in Australia a cup is 250ml, a quarter of a litre ?

  8. Making this right now. Did not have ginger but had white wine ? Cooking it on high for about 4 hours ? It already smells awesome!

  9. I am making this right now, though I don’t have all the ingredients and don’t want to go to the grocery store on a rainy cold day. What I did was use chicken boullion cubes instead of broth. I used about 4 cups of water, and 4 cubes. I also omitted the ginger – don’t really keep that on hand. I poured in the white wine with the water (broth). I am also using chicken breasts not thighs. Cooking on high for 4 hours. Smells delicious already.

  10. I followed everything including the part about adding the noodles…. they came out totally disgusting! I dont recommend cooking them in the crockpot because they overcook, quick! Next time I’ll cook the noodles separately and then spoon the rest of the soup over the noodles.

  11. Cooking the noodles on high for 20-30 mins makes them very gummy. Next time I make this I’ll add them in and cook for like 5-7 mins.

  12. This recipe was totally awesome… until I added the noodles!! It smelled great, I shredded the chicken, it looked wonderful. After I put in wide egg noodles they totally disintegrated. To the point that my children were joking it actually looks like baby food… Still tasted pretty good but it definitely was an odd texture!! I will certainly make this again and do the noodles separately or maybe do orzo.

  13. Made this for dinner and it is delicious! Lots of flavor and very hearty. I followed the recipe except I boiled my noodles separate. Thanks for sharing!

  14. I was really excited bout making this but then really disappointed with the results and I followed the instructions to a T. 1 cup of white wine is too much, maybe a 1/2 cup and it also needed more seasòning. Ill try reducing the wine and adding chicken bullion cubes and way more salt.

  15. DO NOT FOLLOW THE COOKING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE NOODLES! Egg noodles in soup for that long on high turn to mush. For best results, boil noodles separately and add what you need when serving. I just lost an entire pot of this because of the noodle instructions! FAIL:(

  16. I read the comments to cook the noodles separately. Glad I did! This is in the crock pot now and need to feed a sick husband. Smells great and taste test so far is perfect. The rosemary and ginger add a nice touch.

  17. I’m going in the morning to the grocery store and getting all of the ingredients we live on the road pretty much all the time so I use a crock pot a lot to prepare our meals sounds great can’t wait to fix.thank you for all the replies and recommendationsI will get back with you on how mine turned out

  18. This is a very tasty recipe. I added 1 bay leaf, a 1/2 t of poultry seasoning, only 1/2 c of wine, only 1/4″ of minced ginger and cooked my noodles separately then added them when the broth was done. I also cooked it on high for 4 hours. My husband loved it!

  19. Question: I’m almost ready to do the noodles….but I’ve stirred the chicken and vegetables and now there’s “floaties” in the broth? I’m guessing from the chicken? I’ve never made homemade chicken soup before, and was just wondering….thanks! ?

  20. Came out really well but cooked the egg noodles separate before adding and I used 3 cans of chicken stock and next time will use 4 for more broth

  21. This turned out absolutely delicious! Boyfriend and family loved it! Very fresh and homemade tasting! I make sure I use low sodium everything.

  22. I really should have read the comments before I started to cook…… I just added the noodles to the pot!! ? instead of cooking them for 20 min, I’m now watching them and will check them after 10 min. I really hope this pot doesn’t go to waste!

  23. When it comes to cooking with wine in general, you always want to use a wine you enjoy… Cooking with wine you don’t want to drink means you won’t enjoy the meal! If it’s Bitter or too sweet, etc. is going to leave your food the same way!

  24. Wish I read the comments before following through with this recipe. Now I have a crock pot full of nasty mush. Thanks so much!

  25. Love this recipe!! It’s so easy to follow and I love that you used pictures. One word of advise for those who are following the recipe.. I did cook the noodles a little before and then added them to the crock pot for 20 minutes or less and they turned out perfect.

  26. I have made this recipie three times already. It smells wonderful simmering in the crockpot while it cooks. I have been buying extra boneless skinless chicken thighs in a large family pack and cooking them with it. Six to eight hours later I remove the extra thighs (meat is falling apart delicious). I can eat that with some bbq sauce or make a bit of chicken salad with them. You do want to use thighs in this as they add much more flavor than breasts. When I am ready I boil the noodles in the broth only for the amount of time specified on the package of noodles. Delicious. This recipie has made chicken noodle soup one of my favorite meals.

  27. Can I use chicken thighs with skin and bone in .I I like the richer broth it makes

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