What’s not to love about the slow cooker? It’s a perfect way to put weeknight dinner on the table, quickly and easily! Not only that, but there are so little restrictions when it comes to what you can cook. I love that you can whip up any type of cuisine in the slow cooker. No matter if you’re in the mood for Mexican, Thai, Greek, or Southern comfort foods, there are some slow cooker chicken soup recipes for all of the above.
We have so many good slow cooker soup recipes on this site, but we really wanted to focus on chicken soups today. Chicken is one of the easiest proteins to cook, and there is some variety when choosing from lean chicken breasts, juicy chicken thighs, or the whole chicken. Here are our favorite recipes that are super comforting while also being healthy and full of nutrient-dense ingredients.
Can’t decide if you’re in the mood for enchiladas or soup? You don’t have to decide anymore! This slow cooker soup uses healthy, clean ingredients and tastes incredible. It will be ready in 4 hours on high, or 6 hours on low.
You’ll feel refreshed after eating the clean flavors in this tangy slow cooker chicken soup recipe. It looks absolutely gorgeous with its bright yellow coloring, and you can’t deny the health benefits of eating fresh lemons. This comforting soup will be ready in 2 to 3 hours on high, or 5 to 6 hours on low.
Want to transform an old classic into a weeknight meal? Toss the ingredients for Chicken Cordon Bleu into the slow cooker and turn it into soup! Go for 3 hours on high, or 4 to 5 hours on low if you have a little more time on your hands.
Chicken noodle soup defines comfort food, but that doesn’t mean it has to take forever to make. The slow cooker is a comforting soup’s best friend. After 4 hours on high (or 6 hours on low), shred your chicken, add some cooked noodles, and get ready to enjoy!
Who needs take-out when you can make the same flavors in the slow cooker? This slow cooker soup gets its inspired flavors from coconut milk, red curry powder, and spicy jalapenos. Go low and slow for 6 to 8 hours, or crank it out on high in 3 to 4 hours.