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Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup

Every Sunday for the last few months we have found new crockpot recipes to try so that we don’t have to make dinner after church. By the time we come home we’re super hungry and exhausted and are never in the mood to make anything even if we have everything planned out. With the crockpot we can throw everything in before we leave for church and it’s generally ready when we get home or with in an hour.

This week I was in the mood for soup and I’m certainly glad I was because I ended up getting a cold and it hit the spot! We found this Crockpot Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup and made a few changes to it. I loved it! The Hubs thought there was too much onion (he hates onion) but I thought it was perfect. We hope you enjoy!

Ingredients
2 Chicken Breasts
6 cups Chicken Broth/Stock
1/4 cup chopped Onion
1 cup chopped Carrots
1 cup chopped Celery
1 can Corn, drained
2 cans Cream of Chicken Soup
1/4 cup Evaporated Milk
8 oz Homestyle Dry Egg Noodles
Salt & Pepper to taste

Directions
In crockpot combine chicken broth, cream of chicken soups, and evaporated milk and whisk.
Add chicken, onion, carrots, celery, and corn.
Cook on for 4.5 hours on LOW.
Remove the chicken and shred.
Add the shredded chick back to the crockpot and add the noodles then cover and turn the crockpot on HIGH for about 30-45 minutes.

 Enjoy!
EDIT: You do not have to cook the chicken before adding. You can use celery salt in place of actual celery as well as using onion powder instead of real onion.
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