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**Slow Cooker Homestyle Chicken and Noodles

Slow Cooker Homestyle Chicken and Noodles

  • Cooking Time:

    8 hours
  • Servings:



4 lbs. chick­en, bone­less, skin­less breasts (about 8)
3 — 10.75 oz. soup, cream of chick­en
4 — 15 oz. chick­en broth
2 pack­ages home­style egg noo­dles

Slow Cook­er Home­style Chick­en and Noo­dles is the same great taste that Grand­ma use to make. So Yum­my and Deli­cious!

    1. Rinse chick­en and cut into chunks.
    2. Coat light­ly with salt, pep­per, and gar­lic pow­der (option­al).
    3. Trans­fer to slow cook­er.
    4. Mix soups and chick­en broth and pour over chick­en.
    5. Cov­er. Cook on Low 8 hours.
    6. Two hours before serv­ing add frozen noo­dles.
    7. Turn to High and stir occa­sion­al­ly (every 20 — 30 min­utes).

NOTE: For a fam­i­ly of four, sim­ply cut in half!

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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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dorothy Carbone
dorothy Carbone

thanks for shar­inght­ese good recipes. i need these.


I researched and now I see that there are frozen egg noo­dles. I will try to find them!

karley h.

Could I pos­si­bly sub­sti­tute one of the cans of cream of chick­en for cream of mush­room? What do you think?

cathy g.
cathy g.

Deli­cious!!! I cut the recipe in half for my fam­i­ly of 4 and still have a ton left over!! Added a can of corn so I didn’t have to make a sep­a­rate veg­gie and the kid­dos LOVED it!!!! Will def­i­nite­ly be adding this one to the rota­tion.


Just so I’m clear. For a fam­i­ly of 4 I under­stand you cut the ingre­di­ents in half but what about the cook­ing time? Does that remain the same? And what if you can’t find frozen egg noo­dles? I’d love to make this for my kid­dies but they are such picky eaters I don’t want to mess this up 🙂

Kim Honeycutt
Kim Honeycutt

Sounds good and sim­ple! Pinned it!


Is the list­ed sodi­um con­tent per serv­ing accu­rate? When I see all of those soups and the chick­en broth that go into this recipe, none of them list­ed as low sodi­um, which I always try to use, it makes me won­der why the sodi­um con­tent is that low.


I’m mak­ing this now. I’m going to change it up a bit and see how that works. I’m going to add a bag of frozen onions, car­rots, & cel­ery mix­ture so give it a lit­tle more tex­ture & fla­vor. I cut it recipe in half and didn’t add as much chick­en into it as 1/2 the recipe calls for since 2 bone­less skin­less breasts looked like plen­ty. We will see! I have my fin­gers crossed! If it doesn’t work out, we can always head to KFC!


I used pre-cooked lasagna noo­dles in a recipe very sim­i­lar to this when I couldn’t get frozen egg noo­dles. I just broke them up into small pieces and added them to the crock­pot (with no pre­cook­ing) at the time the frozen ones were to go in and it worked per­fect­ly. Just anoth­er idea.


The recipe I got from a co-work­er 10 years ago uses one can cream of chick­en and one can cream of mush­room. I’ve also used one can cream of cel­ery if you have non mush­room eaters . Three pounds of chick­en and 8 once fresh mush­rooms option­al


Let me make sure I under­stand the length of crock­ing time. Since the whole cook­ing time is 8 hours, I would assume you cook it on low for 6 hours. Then turn on high, put in the frozen noo­dles and cook it for anoth­er 2 hours? Oth­er­wise you don’t say hour long to cook on high. If that is the case, then you need to change the first cook­ing time to 6 hours and add on high for 2 hours OR put in how long you cook the noo­dles on high. I real­ly want to try this.

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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