How to Make Easy Crock-Pot Turkey Noodle Soup


The other day I was trying to decide what kind of soup I wanted to make.  I decided to buy a turkey breast and make a couple of meals out of it.  On the First night we had turkey, dressing, carrots and mash potatoes, with gravy.  On the next night I made Turkey Noodle Soup and served dinner rolls with it!  It was absolutely delicious and it’s now a family favorite!

Turkey Noodle Soup

Here’s the recipe that I came up with for the Turkey Noodle Soup:
  • 1 package of turkey gravy concentrated that came with the Butterball Turkey Breast.
  • 2½ cups of cubed turkey breast
  • 2 cups carrots
  • 2 cups pearl onions
  • 1 can of corn
  • 1 can of green beans
  • 2 tsp chicken broth granules
  • 1½ cartons of chicken broth
  • a shake of garlic granules
  • pepper

I cooked it in the crock pot until all the vegetable were soft and then added a ½ box of linguine noodles.  I continued to cook it until the noodles were soft.  It was delicious and perfect for a cold winter day!

Written by Bonny Sallee

Bonny Sallee

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  1. jo n says

    Have you ever used a pressure cooker to extract the bone broth. It is very tasty and healthy. Sometimes I need to add some processed broth, but not that often when I use the bones of the whole bird.

  2. Allison H says

    This sounds delicious! I’ve only ever had chicken noodle soup, but I’ve been looking for more ways to cook more turkey. Thanks!

  3. Marcia Lee says

    Turkey noodle soup is a perfect solution for what to do with left over Thanksgiving turkey. I confess I don’t like reheated turkey but I love soup. Thank you for your recipe.

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