The most satisfactory antidote to freezing weather is a hot meal and a cup of hot cocoa. When a cold begins to invade your head, you become best friends with soupwhich is sometimes the only thing that can give you the strength to get out of bed. But even when you're not sick, everyone loves chicken soup. As the cold weather approaches, we arm ourselves with the best recipes for this classic winter meal. But we do not expect to have enough time or energy to spend with the pan on the fire, to carefully prepare the ingredients and to ensure that nothing burns during this time. Instead, we wanted to find easy and easy meals to prepare, perfect for slow cooker. That's precisely what we did on our favorite culinary blogs, and we found a treasure trove of ideas. On our list, we have recipes that vary in levels of creamy and spice, and many can be easily adapted to the vegetarian diet. If you choose to remove the meat, compensate for it with the rest of the ingredients or do not hesitate to add vegetables such as carrots and celery. Keep up your strength or get back on time with these chicken soup recipes.
We start with a fairly traditional interpretation of chicken soup. Generous vegetables and herbs make this Half-Baked Harvest recipe the one to beat; Do not hesitate to use this as your appointment for sick days. More
Coconut milk and mangoes make it a deliciously tropical Carlsbad Cravings dish, and salsa verde will give it a boost. Leaving thick chunks of chicken or chicken legs in the slow cooker all day makes shredding easier, but if you've already shredded it, wait until you're done adding it to your soup.More
Jen at Carlsbad Cravings calls this "accidentally healthy" chicken soup recipe, which is one of my favorite aspects of the meal. Many beans, peppers and herbs will make your taste buds vibrate.More
Quinoa makes this recipe unique and has its own advantages and disadvantages. Chelsea's Messy Apron recommends placing your slow cooker on high, unless you prefer a consistency similar to a stew, although just as tasty!
Are you afraid of being satiated with just one bowl of chicken soup? Try the adaptation of Carlsbad Cravings that includes cheese tortellini. Not to mention spinach and carrots will bring excellent touches of color and lots of vitamins.Read more
You've probably never eaten chicken soup with broccoli and Alfredo sauce, but that's what awaits you in this wild rice variation from Carlsbad Cravings. This recipe may be unconventional, but it does not detract from its flavor.
Heaps of tortellini are the star of this Carlsbad Cravings soup iteration. Representations of grated chicken, carrots and celery are to be commended for their own efforts. More
For something a little different from your usual chicken noodle dishes, enjoy the inclusion of ramen in this Half-Baked Harvest dish. On the stove, this recipe requires patience for every step, but in the slow cooker you can forget about it until it's ready to serve.
It seems a little unusual to want an enchilada in the form of soup, but we must believe that this recipe is the best of both worlds. The beans and cream that you normally like in the first combine perfectly to make this Chelsea Messy apron recipe an excellent dish in cold weather.More
Chicken broth may become boring after a while, but not if you thicken your soup with cream, as Shelsea's Messy apron recipe calls for. Egg noodles make an excellent bite to eat literally.More
Quesadilla croutons are not what I expected in a chicken soup, but it's the tiny tortilla triangles stuffed with cheese that make the meal. Keep in mind, according to Chelsea Messy's apron instructions, that adding pieces of quesadillas will be the last step of this recipe, otherwise they will become soggy and unappetizing. More
Many chicken soup recipes use ingredients, but this variation of Chelsea's Messy Apron is bursting with new flavors and textures. You can also customize the recipe by choosing to chop or mash the squash, allowing the quinoa to absorb your favorite amount of liquid, or including a chili dressing instead of fajitas.More
This recipe from Chelsea's Messy Apron can be as spicy as you like thanks to the liberal use of peppers and sauces. If you prefer a softer soup, this dish is always a creamy and consistent creation. More
This tasty recipe of Asian inspiration is normally prepared on the stove but is easily translated into slow cooker. We would like to thank Olivia, reader of Half-Baked Harvest, who prompted this adaptation. More
Although this recipe from Carlsbad Cravings has a title similar to the indulgent mango soup above, it is actually different in many ways. On the one hand, it has a thinner consistency, perfect for sipping on a cold day. Gobble all her beans and vegetables for an easy soup cure.More