Slow Cooker Turkey Noodle Soup is a comforting bowl of carrots, onions, flavorful broth, turkey and tender noodles. This soup is just like Grandma makes and is bound to give you all the feels.
There is nothing more comforting than a bowl of soup on a cold day. When I am feeling under the weather I immediately start to crave a broth laden soup. This Slow Cooker Turkey Noodle Soup is one that I make often when I get a cold or the flu. Maybe it’s just in my head but I think it makes me feel better.
Frequently Asked Questions About Slow Cooker Turkey Noodle Soup?
Can I use leftover turkey for this soup recipe?
Yes! You can certainly use leftover soup for this recipe. However, you will want to cut the cook time down to about 2 hours. You only need to cook the carrots and onions and warm your leftover turkey and allow the flavor to soak in a bit, and then you can add your noodles.
How do I make homemade bone broth?
Every time I have a carcass from beef, chicken or turkey I always turn it into bone broth. If you want to make homemade bone broth here is the recipe that I use when I make mine. To make a bone broth in your slow cooker all you need to do is place all of these ingredients in your slow cooker and allow it to cook for at least 12 hours hours. I normally prefer to cook mine for about 18 hours but 12 is the minimum that you need. You can also make your bone broth on the stove by bringing the ingredients to a boil and then turning down to simmer and allowing to simmer for at least 6 hours. I like to cook mine longer for a deeper flavor but six hours is the least amount of time.
1 lb bones from the meat you want to use. Beef, Chicken or Turkey.f The more bones, the better.
2 cups celery stalks cut into large pieces
1 cup carrots cut into large pieces
One onion quartered
Fresh thyme – i use two or three sprigs
salt/pepper to taste
8 cups water
Can I freeze Slow Cooker Turkey Noodle Soup
Yes! You can absolutely freeze turkey noodle soup. However, in my personal opinion I don’t like freezing noodles as they tend to get a little mushy when thawed. So, when I am freezing my turkey noodle soup I freeze it right before I need to add the noodles. Then I thaw in the fridge overnight and I add it to a pot or back to my slow cooker and heat the soup and add in the noodles. That way I have fresh noodles that are not mushy. If you don’t mind the texture change you can freeze your soup with the noodles in it. My family is just weird about food textures.
Slow Cooker Turkey Noodle Soup
2 lbs turkey breast
8 cups bone broth
white onion, diced
carrots, sliced about 4
4 tablespoon garlic, minced
3 bay leaves
1 tablespoon pepper
8 oz wide egg noodles
How To Make
1. Add everything to your slow cooker except for the noodles.
2. Close the lid on your slow cooker for 4 hours at High, or 6 hours at Low.
3. When the time is up, remove your turkey breast, and transfer to a cutting board where you can shred. Add back to your slow cooker.
4. Add in your egg noodles while your soup is still hot. Stir in, and allow the noodles to cook for about 15 minutes.
5. After the 15 minutes, serve in a soup bowl! Enjoy!
- Use Gluten Free Noodles if you want to make this soup gluten free.
- Use rice or a box of Uncle Ben’s Wild Rice for a delicious Turkey and Rice soup.
- If you like a more doughy or dumpling like texture to your noodles use frozen homestyle noodles found in your local grocery store’s freeze dept.
More Delicious Soup Recipes
Slow Cooker Tex Mex Meatball Soup
Pressure Cooker Beef Tomato Soup
Instant Pot Chicken Fajita Soup
Slow Cooker Turkey Noodle Soup
- Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker
- 2 lbs turkey breast
- 8 cups bone broth
- 1 white onion diced
- 4 carrots sliced
- 4 tablespoon garlic minced
- 3 bay leaves
- 1 tablespoon salt
- 1 tablespoon pepper
- 8 oz wide egg noodles
- Add everything to your slow cooker except for the noodles.
- Close the lid on your slow cooker for 4 hours at High, or 6 hours at Low.
- When the time is up, remove your turkey breast, and transfer to a cutting board where you can shred. Add back to your slow cooker.
- Add in your egg noodles while your soup is still hot. Stir in, and allow the noodles to cook for about 15 minutes.
- After the 15 minutes, serve in a soup bowl! Enjoy!
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