Leftover Turkey? Throw this Turkey Noodle Soup in your Crock Pot!

turkey noodle soup 1_smallI know many of you are still frantically throwing your Thanksgiving meal together. And to help you, can I suggest:

The Secret To Cooking A Perfect Turkey…(is only $3.99!)
10 Stress-Free Thanksgiving Sides
10 Thanksgiving Pies You Need On Your Table

But while you’re doing all that planning, tuck this little recipe gem right in the back of your pile. You’re gonna want this one on Friday, when there are a zillion people still at your house and You. Are. Tired. You can throw these ingredients (which you likely have on hand) in your crock pot all day long and make your house smell amazing. Then you throw a few handfuls of leftover turkey in and voila — dinner for a crowd.

p.s. I know many of you are still frantically throwing your Thanksgiving meal together. And to help you, can I suggest:

The Secret To Cooking A Perfect Turkey…(is only $3.99!)
10 Stress-Free Thanksgiving Sides
10 Thanksgiving Pies You Need On Your Table

But while you’re doing all that planning, tuck this little recipe gem right in the back of your pile. You’re gonna want this one on Friday, when there are a zillion people still at your house and You. Are. Tired. You can throw these ingredients (which you likely have on hand) in your crock pot all day long and make your house smell amazing. Then you throw a few handfuls of leftover turkey in and voila — dinner for a crowd.

This recipe calls for just throwing the noodles/pasta in the crock pot during the last hour. If you want the soup to last over several days though, I would cook and store the noodles separately. If left in the soup for more than a day they get soggy. Also, if your crock pot is bigger, feel free to scale this recipe up. The measurements are very flexible — this is not a precise soup!

Leftover Turkey? Throw this Turkey Noodle Soup in your Crock Pot!

Leftover Turkey? Throw this Turkey Noodle Soup in your Crock Pot!

Ingredients

8 cups of chicken broth (I prefer low-sodium)

One 10.75 oz can cream of chicken soup

1/2 cup onions, chopped

1/2 cup celery, chopped

1/2 cup carrots, chopped

1/2 cup green onions, sliced

1 cup frozen corn (or whatever veggies you have on hand)

salt and pepper to taste

1 1/2 cup dry pasta or noodles

2 cups chopped or shredded leftover turkey

Instructions

Place first six ingredients (broth thru green onions) in a crock pot and cook on low for 4-5 hours. Turn crock up to high and add frozen corn and pasta; cook one hour or until pasta is tender. Stir in chicken. Serves 6.

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