This creamy chicken and noodles recipe will quickly become your new favorite go-to meal since you will love the crockpot chicken! It’s such a yummy meal and can be served over pasta, in a sandwich, or even in a wrap.
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Crockpot Chicken and noodles
Occasionally, I get stuck with a few chicken breasts I just don’t know what to do with after buying a huge family pack. This crockpot chicken and noodles recipe is a no brainer dinner that works PERFECT!!
All you have to do here is marinate your chicken, throw in some ingredients, and turn on the crockpot! (And cook up the noodles if you’re serving them that way!)
I think the only way this creamy chicken and noodles could be easier is if I had a butler do it all for me LOL! It’s such a yummy dish and is perfect for busy weeknights.
Is there really anything better than a delicious crockpot meal, anyway? They are SO EASY!!! And we all love easy dinners, right?
You are going to love this delicious creamy chicken dish, just scroll down below to get the full recipe!
What is the best dressing to use?
My personal favorite dressing is Ken’s Steakhouse Creamy Caesar. It has the perfect flavors and is perfectly creamy.
What do you serve with chicken and noodles?
You can serve this chicken and noodles dish a number of ways! In fact, you don’t have to serve it over noodles at all. You can also serve it in a whole-wheat tortilla as a lunch wrap, or in a sandwich (I love it on a brioche bun!).
As far as sides go, grab your favorites! A pasta dish goes great with a side of toasted bread while a lunch wrap or sandwich is best paired with a salad, steamed veggies, or even some fries.
What do you do with leftover egg noodles?
If you end up with more egg noodles than you know what to do with, you may need to repurpose them. Don’t head for the trash just yet, there are a few things you can do!
You can use them for casseroles, soups, ravioli, or even turn them into muffins. Egg noodles are very versatile and can turn into so many new and interesting recipes.
Can you freeze chicken and noodles?
You sure can! I love to make this and then freeze. It makes the ideal dump freezer meal too. Simply prep the marinade, freeze, thaw overnight, and then dump them in the crockpot when you’re ready to begin cooking.
Creamy chicken and noodles ingredients
For this creamy chicken and noodles recipe, you’ll need these ingredients:
- boneless skinless chicken breasts
- Caesar dressing
- parmesan cheese
- egg noodles
How to make creamy chicken and noodles
Start off by adding the chicken breasts and Ceasar dressing to a Ziplock or FoodSaver bag. Allow it to marinate for at least a few hours, preferably overnight.
Spray down your crockpot or add a slow cooker liner to the inside.
Dump the marinated chicken into your crockpot.
Chop the bacon into bite-sized pieces and add them over the top of the chicken.
Top with parmesan cheese, salt, and pepper.
Cover and then cook on high for 3-4 hours. Serve over pasta, on a sandwich, or in a wrap! Enjoy.
- 1- 1 1/2 pounds boneless skinless chicken breasts, thawed
- Caesar dressing
- 5-6 slices bacon, cooked
- 1/3 cup parmesan cheese
- Egg noodles
- 1 1/2 tablespoons butter
- 1/4 cup parmesan cheese
- Start off by adding the chicken breasts and Ceasar dressing to a Ziplock or FoodSaver bag. Allow it to marinate for at least a few hours, preferably overnight.
- Spray down your crockpot or add a slow cooker liner to the inside.
- Dump the marinated chicken into your crockpot.
- Chop the bacon into bite-sized pieces and add them over the top of the chicken.
- Top with parmesan cheese, salt, and pepper.
- Cover and then cook on high for 3-4 hours. Serve over pasta, on a sandwich, or in a wrap! Enjoy.
- Cook egg noodles according to package directions; drain.
- Add butter and parmesan; stir to coat.
- Top with creamy chicken mixture.
What Size Crockpot Should I Use?
For this recipe, I would use a 5-quart crockpot. You may also want to use a crockpot liner which allows for less mess when it is time to clean up. If you want to double your recipe a 10-quart crockpot may be more what you are looking for.