Comforting Chicken & Noodles Crock Pot











Really good and it works. I cheated and used egg noodles because that is what I was used to.


I also added chicken broth instead of bouillon. I don’t drink milk, so I added almond milk instead but it was delicious and it cured my cold. I also threw in a jalapeno because I like spicy and i was really trying to heal myself.. Back story- I got a cold from a coworker, but since I run an office, I don’t have the “luxury” of taking a sick day. So I went on here to find a recipe that was easy and had healing properties (like ginger) and I made this soup while being really sick


Sneezing between cutting the celery.NEXT DAY I was feeling better,less rundown.


It was amazing and I decided to make it again today because I feel the sniffles coming and it is freezing out.




8 ounces spaghetti

2 eggs

1/2 pound bacon use more or less to your taste

3/4 cup Parmesan cheese

4-6 cloves of garlic pressed or minced

1/2 of a white or yellow onion diced

1/2 cup chicken stock

parsley for garnish optional

black pepper to taste




Boil your spaghetti noodles until al-dente.

Cook your bacon in a frying pan or in the microwave. If using a frying pan, once the bacon is done, remove it from the pan, and discard all but 1 Tbsp. of the grease. Cut or crumble the bacon so it is bite-sized.

Cook the diced onions over medium heat in the bacon grease until they are softened. A minute or so before the onions are done, add your garlic. If you cooked your bacon in the microwave, then cook the onions and garlic in about 1 Tbsp. olive oil.

When the onions are done, add 1/2 cup chicken stock and put the bacon back in with the onions. Stir and set aside.

In a separate bowl, mix the eggs and Parmesan cheese.

Drain the spaghetti and transfer to a large bowl. Immediately pour the egg and cheese mixture on top and stir.

Pour the bacon/onion mixture over the top of the spaghetti and stir again.

Chop the parsley and sprinkle on top for garnish if desired. Add black pepper to taste. Serve hot.



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