Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup for a Rainy Spring Day

First of all, HA!  It definitely does not feel like Spring in Wisconsin this April.  Last year we were basking in 80 degree weather.  This year it’s snowed multiple times in March, and April has been consistently below average in the 30s.  We have had the occasional 50 degree day that has everyone running outside in shorts.  Dave is away on business and Jack and I needed some home cooked goodness to warm us.  Recipe adapted from Craft-O-Maniac   ( I made my own “cream of chicken” soup with the Roux instead of using from the can soup)


* I used ready to go mirepoix from trader joes instead of chopping onion and celery and added a couple of additional carrots at the end

Crock Pot Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup


2 boxes Organic Low Sodium Chicken Stock
1/2 Onion Chopped
3 Stalks Celery Chopped
8 Carrots Chopped
2 Tsp Dry Basil
2 Frozen Chicken Breasts
1 package egg noodles
Sea Salt to taste

4 Tablespoons Butter
4 Tablespoons Flour
1 Cup Milk
1 Cup Chicken Stock

1.  Make Roux
      Melt 4 Tablespoons Butter in saucepan
     Add 4 Tablespoons of Flour
    Whisk in Milk and Chicken Stock Gradually cook until thick
    Add 1 tsp sea salt
2.  Line Crock Pot with Crock Pot Liner
3.  Pour 1 box of chicken stock  into Crock Pot
4.  Whisk in Roux, basil, and sea salt
5.  Add Frozen Chicken Breasts
6.  Add celery and onion and 1/4 of the carrots
7.  Cook on high 4 hours (or low 6-8)
8.  Remove Chicken breasts and shred.  Put back in Crock Pot
9.  Add 1/2 package of Egg Noodles
10.  Add remaining Carrots
11.  Stir in remaining Chicken stock and add 1/2 C to 1C milk
12.  Cook on High an additional hour
13.  Enjoy!


2 thoughts on “Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup for a Rainy Spring Day

  1. If the weather in Wisconsin is anything like the weather in Michigan, soup is perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Your soup recipe looks delicious!Glad to see you posting again. How's the bathroom remodel coming? I also hear you and David are now pros at making a patio. Me and Adam may be tackling that project this spring… if it ever warms up!

  2. Thanks! We start the remodel at the end of June and we get to enjoy our patio this summer which will be awesome!! Good luck with your patio. Call Dave if u need some advice. The pitch was tricky with ours!

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