Classic Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe 🍲


Our classic creamy chicken soup recipe is excellent on cold and rainy days. It is one of my winter soup go to recipes by far and is one of the nicest comfort foods I know of. The soup is common around the world. For example, it is commonly called Sopas in the Philippines. I make it with a combination of chicken, thyme, salt, pepper, onions, carrots, celery, cream, and milk. In light of this, it stands out as simple, elegant, and classic. One of the greatest things is, it’s a 30 minute recipe. Which makes it a quick and easy soup recipe. Serve this up with some crackers or bread, and it makes a complete meal. Let’s face it folks, there is nothing more hospitable, than taking a hot bowl of chicken soup to a sick friend or family member. Make it up today. As always, let us know what you think. To get the full printable recipe, visit: 🎬 Video Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:25 Cooking the veggies 0:56 Preparing the ingredients for the broth 1:26 Adding the chicken and spices 2:24 Putting the noodles at 2:38 Simmering the soup 3:00 Pouring the cream in 3:15 Our soup is done! 3:20 Conclusion 4:13 Response to comment #chickennoodlesoup#30minuterecipes#comfortfoods πŸŽ™ GET NOTIFICATION: Subscribe to my channel & check the “Bell” button right next to the subscribe button to get notified of our new uploads. Visit for printable recipes Facebook Instagram Twitter Tumblr All photographs and video properties are original productions of, created by, and exclusive property of Cook n’ Share. Cook n’ Share is owned and operated by David Hood. I am submitting the on behalf of myself. .





  1. Thank you for this wonderful recipe, which looks delicious, and would be yummy on a cold winter day. I plan on making this very soon. Oh, by the way I made a baked chicken this morning, and added the lemon inside the cavity, and your roasting method, and it turned out delicious.

  2. Dave, I know you like black pepper as do I, several hundred yrs ago when it was 1st discovered, folks liked it so well that it became used as monetary exchange , folks could actually purchase/barter for other items with pepper( I read a lot to find this info when reading)

  3. Dave my friend, great recipe, I prefer the chix vs. the turkey, glad you used chix stock & not broth as stock is more rich/favorable. Yes on the girls as they like all the ingredients, & if you get a chance, next time put a level tsp of poultry seasoning in your pot as it really adds lot of flavor & can be a dollar store brand or if you want a name brand try McCormick's , but they all taste the same to me. btw, if you like thick noodles that are delicious, try a brand called "reames" they only make noodles & ravioli & not costly but top notch & are in the frozen aisle at the grocer. Keep your stick on the ice lodge brother, lol

  4. Thanks for this recipe! When I was little, all I ever wanted to eat was soup. My mother even took me to a doctor because seemed this is all I would eat. Having Scottish grandparents, my grandmother would keep our household filled with broths and soup. Today, at 70, will keep soup at hand for a quick and satisfying meal especially when I am not really hungry, or do not know what I want. And yes, when it gets cold here in the southern US, cold and rainy, soup makes me happy and cozy. Lived in Spain and learned of many good homemade soups like Gazpacho, though a cold soup but is excellent in hot weather. Though I make chicken soup, will add the cream to produce a creamier effect. Soups are also a great budget meal. Love your recipes, easy but satisfying.
    For me "Real soup is to the body what peace is to the soul" Allende