If you like Chick fil A Chicken Noodle Soup, then you will love this copycat version. This easy homestyle chicken noodle soup recipe is ultra-satisfying, tastes incredible, and is healthy for you.
A classic soup that has stood the test of time!! Layers of great tasting flavors from the homemade egg noodles to the fresh garden vegetables and the flavorful chicken broth.
Learn how to make homemade noodles as well as the whole chicken noodle soup recipe. When someone in my family is sick, I always make this homemade chicken noodle soup for them.
Chicken noodle soup with homemade noodles takes this to the next level and your family will taste the flavorful difference. This is a copycat recipe that if done right will taste better than the original!!
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What’s In That Soup?
According to its theme for chicken lovers, Chick fil A has chicken noodles soup available at the restaurant. It is served in cups and bowls and is topped with saltine crackers.
Although prices can differ from area to area, an average cup costs $2, whereas a glass costs $5.29 for a cup of soup. Additional crackers are available upon order.
While chicken noodle soup is still a staple in Chick-fil-A throughout the year, chicken tortilla soup is usually returned to Chick-fil-a during the fall and winter months, Chicken Wire reported. If you would like to learn more, check out Chick fil a chicken noodle soup.
Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Noodles
I recommend making homemade egg noodles for your chicken soup. With whole egg, flour, salt, and some water, are all that you need to make your own noodles.
To learn more, go to my homemade noodles recipe. If you decide not to make your own noodles, then you can buy frozen bags of noodles in the freezer section of your grocery store. Or you can buy bags of dried noodles.
Should I boil noodles before adding to soup? Yes, I recommend cooking your noodles before putting them into the soup.
If you put uncooked noodles into your soup the broth will become thick from the starch in the noodles. Some people like a thick broth and prefer to cook their noodles that way.
Chick fil A Chicken Noodle Soup Ingredients
- Cooked Chicken Pieces (Rotisserie Chicken works well)
- Chicken Broth (make your own or use boxed broth)
- Noodles (homemade or store bought)
- Fresh Parsley
How To Make Chick Fil A Chicken Noodle Soup
Gather all the ingredients to make your chicken soup.
Cook your noodles and chicken if needed. This can be done ahead of time if desired to save time.
I like to cook a whole chicken or dark meat chicken pieces in seasoned water until it is tender (about 45 – 60 minutes). I do not recommend using just chicken breasts because the meat dries out in the soup and is not very tasty.
The chicken pieces are removed from the broth (chicken water), cooled, and then cleaned from the bones and skin to use in the soup. The natural flavor broth is strained to remove any unwanted bits. If done ahead of time, cool the broth and remove all the chicken fat that settled on the top.
Add the chopped carrots, celery, and chicken pieces to the hot broth. Return to a boil and then turn down the burner so the soup is at a simmer.
Cook until the chopped carrots and celery are tender. Toss in the chopped parsley toward the end of cooking the soup, just a few minutes before it’s done.
Check the chicken soup for flavor and add seasoning to taste if needed. Once the vegetables are tender, you can add the cooked noodles to the soup is serving right away.
My family likes to leave the noodles on the side and add as little or as much as desired when it is time to eat the soup. Place in a chicken noodle soup bowl. Serve hot with your favorite sides like saltine crackers.
How to Store Chick fil A Chicken Noodle Soup
If you have any leftover soup, store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 6 days. Reheat leftovers in the microwave or a pot on the stove.
After a couple of days eating this soup, I like to take the chicken soup with no noodle in it and make Chicken and Dumplings by heating up with is left. Then add the Bisquick dumplings to the hot broth and cook as described in my recipe.
Can You Freeze Chicken Noodle Soup?
Yes, you can freeze the soup if you keep the noodles separate from the soup. Which is what I recommend. If the noodles are put into the soup, I do not recommend freezing it because the noodles will become mushy.
Calories in Chicken Noodle Soup
There are 255 calories in a bowl of this chicken noodle soup. Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Calories are low compared to other cream soups.
As far as traditional cooking is concerned, homemade chicken noodles recipe is often eaten during cold weather. The broth from cooking chickens contains dietary nutrients.
Chicken Noodle Soup helps relieve pain and fatigue! It contains just around 145 calories per cup and has very little saturated fat.
It contains a great dose of calcium, potassium and vitamin A. Adding a new version of favorite restaurant meals at home is usually healthy but is also a good reason for cooking Chick-fil-a chicken noodles soup. You don’t get fresher food on a stove top than soups!
What to Serve with Chicken Noodle Soup?
I like to make my naan bread recipe or garlic naan bread that I cut into small pieces, and I have also made cheddar biscuits to go with this soup. Chicken soup can be enjoyed by itself, or combined with salads, sandwiches, and wraps.
It’s great to eat. It is best with salty crackers or crispy bread! Garlic breads (made from garlic herb butter), herb toast, or sweet biscuits are perfect for serving alongside soups.
Savory grilled cheese sandwiches certainly make a good snack. This soup is something I enjoy making all year, especially during the cold weather. It is ideal for dinner during the night and for preparing for a weekend.
The Best Homemade Soups
I love to make soup!! Please enjoy my other soup recipes that I make all the time for my family. Panera Butternut Squash Soup, Black Bean Chili, Venison Chili, Fish Chowder, Cheesy Broccoli Cauliflower Soup, Cheesy Bacon and Asparagus Soup, Potato Bacon Soup, Split Pea Soup, Beef Barley Soup, and Roasted Corn Chowder. Other soup recipes that you will enjoy are Broccoli Soup Recipe. Learn how to make my Bread Bowl Recipe to put your thick soups into such as this amazing easy chili recipe or this Mexican corn soup.
Chicken Noodle Soup – FAQ
Yes, dogs can eat chicken noodle soup in moderation. Pick the chicken and vegetable pieces out along with some of the noodles and cut into small pieces. I don’t serve much of the hearty broth, but my dog loves having chicken soup along with the rest of the family!!
Yes, Chick fil A Chicken Soup is very good! This copycat Chick fil A Chicken Noodle Soup is even better!! Make sure the hearty broth is seasoned properly and serve with the homemade noodles.
Seasoning adds a lot of flavors to a bland soup. I like to use Lawry’s seasoned salt and Morton’s Natures seasonings. If desired, you can add some chicken bouillon to the broth while cooking to boost up the flavor. Use boxed chicken broth as your base when starting out the soup also helps with bland soup.
Yes, you can! I like to cook the chicken in broth or seasoned water before I start making the soup. Make sure to strain the broth before making the soup is a very important tip!!
Chick fil A Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe
If you like Chick fil A Chicken Noodle Soup, then you will love this copycat version. This easy homestyle chicken noodle soup recipe is ultra-satisfying, tastes incredible, and is healthy for you. A classic soup that has stood the test of time!!
- Chicken Pieces, Cooked 16 ounces
- Broth, Chicken 5 pounds
- Carrots, 5 each 1 pound
- Celery, 3 stalks 5 ounces
- Parsley, Fresh 0.2 ounces
- Salt 2 teaspoons
- Pepper 1 teaspoon
- Noodles, Cooked 3 pounds
- Gather all the ingredients to make your chicken noodle soup.
- Cook your noodles and chicken pieces if needed. This can be done ahead of time to save time. I like to cook a whole chicken or dark meat chicken in seasoned water until it is tender (about 45 - 60 minutes). Remove the chicken pieces from the broth (chicken water), cooled, and then cleaned from the bones and skin to use in the chicken soup. The broth is strained to remove any unwanted bits. If done ahead of time, cool the chicken broth and remove all the chicken fat that settled on the top.
- In a large stock pot over medium heat, warm up the seasoned chicken broth.
- Clean and dice the carrots sticks and celery stalks into small pieces. Add the carrots, celery, and chicken pieces to the hot broth.
- Return to a boil and then turn down the burner so the chicken soup is at a simmer. Cook until the carrots and celery are tender.
- Toss in the chopped parsley toward the end of cooking the soup, just a few minutes before the soup is done.
- Check the Chick fil A chicken soup for flavor and add seasoning to taste if needed.
- Once the vegetables are fork tender, you can add the cooked noodles to the soup is serving right away. If desired, leave the noodles on the side and add as little or as much as needed when it is time to eat the soup.
- Serve hot with your favorite sides like saltine crackers or crusty bread.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 255Total Fat 6gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 57mgSodium 751mgCarbohydrates 46gFiber 4gSugar 3gProtein 22g
Note: For exact nutritional information, consult your dietitian. All nutritional information is simply a guideline.
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