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Crock Pot Chicken and Noodles

Slow Cooker Chicken and Noodles

  • Cooking Time:

    Chicken Overnight, and then 1 1/2 hours
  • Servings:

    6–8

Ingredients

1 lb. chick­en, breast, bone­less, split
1 Heinz Home­style Chick­en Gravy, Large
1–10 3/4 oz. soup, Cream of Cel­ery, canned
1–10 3/4 oz. soup, Cream of Chick­en, canned
1 bag of thick noo­dles (brand of your choice)
Salt to taste
2 1/2 c. water or low sodi­um chick­en broth

Slow Cook­er Chick­en and Noo­dles, we con­sid­er to be com­fort food. It is so good, and one the kid­dos enjoy as well! YUMMY!

  1. Place Chick­en in slow cook­er overnight (8–10 hours) on Low with 2.5 cups of chick­en broth (low sodi­um) or water.
  2. Turn slow cook­er off in the morn­ing and remove chick­en. (chick­en should be gold­en)
  3. When chick­en is cool, shred.
  4. Refrig­er­a­tor chick­en in liq­uid until ready for din­ner. (Liq­uid will keep chick­en nice and moist)
  5. Place cream of cel­ery soup, cream of chick­en soup, 2 cups water, 1/2 the jar of Heinz Home­style Chick­en Gravy in the slow cook­er about 1 1/2 hours before din­ner time.
  6. Cov­er. Cook on Low.
  7. Once you have placed the above in cov­ered slow cook­er on Low. Cook noo­dles until ten­der.
  8. When noo­dles are ten­der, add with the drained shred­ded chick­en to the slow cook­er and stir care­ful­ly but mix well.
  9. Retain the broth from the drained shred­ded chick­en for use with anoth­er meal or use some in this recipe if you like it juicy! Broth can be frozen!
  10. Cov­er the con­tents with the remain­der of the Heinz Home­style Chick­en Gravy.
  11. Cov­er again. Cook on Low for remain­ing time of the 1 1/2 hours.

NOTE: Salt at the table for each per­sons lik­ing!

Serve with your favorite veg­eta­bles! Jenn likes mashed pota­toes and corn…YUM!

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XOXO,

Jenn

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Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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When you remove the chick­en from the crock pot do you drain off the liq­uid or leave it in the crock pot to be mixed in with the oth­er ingre­di­ents?

angie odle
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angie odle

Am I read­ing this cor­rect? 10 cans of cream of cel­ery and 10 cans of cream of chick­en? Seems like quite a bit lol

Jennifer
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Jennifer

Sup­pose the noo­dles should be a 16oz. bag?

Denise
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Denise

May I ask what brand of noo­dles you used? I can only find the flat noo­dles in wide or extra wide.

Meet Jenn Bare

Jenn is the founder of Get­Crocked, the #1 resource for slow cook­ing with over 1.5 mil­lion online fol­low­ers. She inno­vates recipes dai­ly with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cook­er.

She innovates recipes daily…

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a week­ly “Mom Mon­day” seg­ment on ABC-15 in Phoenix.

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