Mom’s Chicken and Noodles is one of our favorite recipes to make in the crockpot. Everyone loves this recipe at my house! It is perfect in the winter or after the holidays when you have extra turkey to use too! You will NOT believe how easy this is! It is my go-to recipe on my menu plan every month.
I like to serve it with Sour Cream Rolls and a salad. I also love to use this method to make chicken for pulled BBQ chicken too! It is a great way to use split chicken breasts. I love cooking with Split Chicken Breasts because it is so easy and fast plus you can often pick them up on sale and manager’s special.
So easy to cook with, simply put your split chicken in a crockpot, cover with 2.5 cups of water, and cook over night on low for 8 hours. In the morning take your split chicken out of the crock pot. Let it cool, remove from bone, and place in a zip loc bag until needed. You can also freeze.
- 2 medium split chicken breasts or boneless chicken breasts
- 1 large jar of Heinz Homestyle Chicken Gravy
- 1 can of Cream of Celery Soup
- 1 can of Cream of Chicken Soup
- 1 bag of Amish Noodles or whatever thick noodles you prefer.
- Place Chicken in Crockpot on low with 2.5 cups of water overnight. (8 hours)
- In the morning, turn crockpot off and remove chicken. (make sure the top of the chicken is golden) and discard water.
- When the chicken is cool, de-bone and tear in pieces.
- You can place chicken in refrigerator until ready to prep for dinner or you can do this all in the same day and place into crockpot.
- One and half hours before dinner add Cream of Celery Soup, Cream of Chicken Soup, 2 cups water, ½ the jar of Heinz Homestyle Chicken Gravy, Noodles and cover, and turn the crockpot on low.
- Cook your noodles until tender about 1 hour.
- Add Chicken to the crockpot and stir carefully. All the chicken and noodles should be mixed well with ingredients in crockpot.
- Cover the contents with the other half of the Heinz Homestyle Chicken Gravy.
- Replace crockpot lid and cook on low for ½ hour.
- When serving salt to taste
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