Crockpot Chicken and Noodles
Crockpot Chicken and Noodles – a comforting, home cooked meal made right in your slow cooker. Creamy noodles and juicy chicken are cooked in a savory sauce for a meal the whole family will love!
Hey there, y’all. I know it’s been been awhile since my last recipe post, and I apologize for that. Even though I’ve been feeling better sickness-wise over the past couple of months, my energy level has seriously tanked.
This pregnancy has truly thrown me for a loop and I am in countdown to baby-time! I’ve got roughly seven weeks to go and could not be more ready to meet our little guy!
Something that has been helping, at least where meal times are concerned, has been my trusty crockpot.
I’ve been making a lot of our slow cooker favorites, including Cheesy Crockpot Tortellini, Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos, and Loaded Potato Soup.
I have gotten so achey and uncomfortable over the past few weeks, and my feet and back throb by the end of the day.
Standing over the stove making dinner feels like torture on my sore body, so being able to throw everything I need to make this Crockpot Chicken and Noodles into the slow cooker at the beginning of the day has been a lifesaver.
These Crockpot Chicken and Noodles are a family favorite and I’ve been making it for awhile now.
I use the same spices in it that I do for my Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings, and it creates a deliciously savory sauce for the chicken and noodles to cook in.
My kids devour this one, and it tastes SO good as leftovers the next day, too.
We usually eat this with either a salad or some roasted veggies like broccoli or asparagus. There are never any complaints at the table when I make this!
Now, this recipe does use cream of chicken soup. While I know not everyone is crazy about cream soups these days, I actually have a brand that I really like and that doesn’t contain a lot of junk in the ingredients list.
If you’ve never tried the Organic Cream of Chicken Soup from Pacific Foods, it’s really good stuff! It has great flavor and I feel a lot better about the ingredients, too.
I like to use it in my Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings recipe, too, and also in Slow Cooker Loaded Potato Soup.
Crockpot Chicken and Noodles
- 1 1/2- 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts
- 2 cans (or boxes) cream of chicken soup, 10.5 oz each, (don't add water)
- 1-2 tsp dried parsley
- ½ tsp seasoned salt
- ¼ tsp poultry seasoning
- ¼ tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 stick butter,, sliced
- 3 1/2 cups chicken broth
- 8 oz. egg noodles,, uncooked
- Place chicken breasts in the bottom of the crockpot, then top with the soups (no water added) and sprinkle with the spices. Add butter slices to the top, and pour in the chicken broth.
- Cook over low heat for 5-6 hours, or high heat for 3-4 hours. Remove the chicken from the pot and shred into large chunks with two forks.
- Add the shredded chicken back to the pot along with the dry egg noodles and stir. Continue cooking for 30-45 minutes, until noodles are tender. Enjoy!
If you like this Crockpot Chicken and Noodles, then you might also like:
Slow Cooker Cilantro Lime Chicken Tacos
noodles are my toddlers favorite currently. will definitely try this recipe.
Holy yum this looks SOOOO good!
What a delicious meal! I love when I can use my crock pot.
God bless you Ashlyn. My mother is elderly and a widow, but I love to cook for her. This is her favorite thing I bring her. We are simple Kentucky people who love southern cooking. My many thanks to you
I’m so happy to hear that, David. Thank you so much for your comment, I’m so glad your mother enjoys it!
My entire family devours this recipe! It’s my 6 year olds favorite meal!
What’s the serving size you used for the calories? Thanks for the recipe!
The sauce was a little soupy, so I don’t think I’ll add as much broth next time. The noodles were too soft. It kind of tasted like chicken noodle soup. Nevertheless, my son liked it and would eat it again. I’m new to using a crockpot, so it’ll take some trial and error to know what recipes work for me and my son. This wasn’t bad, though.
Very easy and taste great!
Love this recipe! Very yummy and super easy!!
I made this today. Added carrots and celery and used fresh garlic instead of garlic sauce. Didn’t add the noodles to the crock pot, but cooked them separately. It was delish!
This was a huge hit for my family. I made it for New Years Day and my husband asked for that to be our née family tradition. My 5 yr old very picky eater loved it as well. In place of the seasoned salt I used Morton’s Nature Seasoning and I wanted it a bit creamier so I added a 3rd can of cream of chicken soup. I used wide Amish egg noodles. Definitely a new addition to our rotation.
This was positively delicious! And quick! I thawed the chicken in the morning and put it in crockpot early afternoon and dinner was ready by the time my work day ended. I had it with a salad and Hawaiian rolls.
This is my go to recipe for chicken and noodles! Love it and so does my hubby. Thanks for sharing a fantastically easy and delicious recipe. <3
Can I use frozen chicken or does it have to be defrosted first?
Frozen is fine!
I hate chicken, but I LOVE THIS RECIPE. I ACTUALLY LOOK FORWARD TO MAKING IT AND ENJOYING IT. IF I COULD GIVE IT MORE THAN 5 STARS ,I DEFINITELY WOULD
I made this last night for my husband and I and we both loveedddd it!
I will defiantly be recommending this to everyone I know. You can easily add a few other ingredients if you’d like (next time I’m going to add sliced onions and celery) but if you don’t, this recipe won’t disappoint as is =)
I made the chicken and dumplings today for my family and it was a hit!
I added carrots and celery. I had to use Aldi’s cream of mushroom soup. It’s all I had!
I used about 8 boneless skinless thighs and thickened the gravy with cornstarch. I added a little rosemary. I had pillsbury grands biscuits. I cut each biscuit into 6 pieces and only used 8 biscuits. Lastly, I allowed the dumplings to cook for an hour on high, then browned a little under the broiler. It was great! Everyone really enjoyed! Thanks for the recipe 🙂
I must admit, my crockpot is probably my most underused kitchen appliance. This recipe just might get me to get cooking in it again. Looks soooo yummy!
We are always down for some chicken and noodles! This sounds so yummy and even better that it’s done in the crockpot!
This is great family dinner option. I haven’t made chicken noodle for long time. Thanks for idea and lovely recipe. I will give it a try. Looks delicious!
This recipe is right up my alley! I’m always looking for quick easy and convenient one-dish meals. I love my crockpot meals and will be adding this one to my list for sure
Enjoyed it. I cooked on low the entire process.
My question is what is the amount per serving. I need to know this because I track my macros and I’d like to continue using this recipe. Thank you.
This is so delicious! I made this recipe but added an extra can of cream of chicken soup and it was a major hit with my family. I paired it with cornbread and my family has requested this meal as a New Years Day tradition! You won’t regret trying this recipe.
Will medium egg noodles work in the recipe?
Very good and I used medium noodles
I only had 1 can cream of chicken so I also did 1 can cream of mushroom. I also only had 2 bone in breast. Just popped those out and shredded. It was great
I am making the Chicken and noodles in the crockpot. I can’t wait to see how 5hey taste. Love the simplicity to this. I wilm comment back after it’s finished.
When it comes time to cook the egg noodles, should the Crock-Pot be on low or high setting for the time it takes to cook the noodles?
I was worried, my 19 yr old grandson is a PITA when it comes to food! But he and my daughter scarfed it up. With a salad, it’s a great meal. And In the heat this summer, I’m searching for recipes that never require the range to be approached.
Thank you for a new IP recipe for my binder! Tonight we’re trying the tortellini!
I always have it on high to cook the egg noodles 🙂
Excellent! Highly recommended; we really enjoyed it. Very convenient to prepare noodles in crockpot….great combination of ingredients; threw in some frozen peas and carrots and a few mushroom stems/pieces to cook in the sauce at the same time, along with a bit of freshly chopped onion for additional flavor— everything came out just right. Served it with a nice tossed salad. 😃 Thank you for sharing this recipe — will definitely prepare it again.