Quick Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe #ONatural

The other day I woke up all congested with a sore throat. I blame it on the kids because we all know that when back-to-school starts they bring nasty little germs into our homes. I wasn’t the only one who was affected by this new little germ clinging on. My daughter also woke up feeling like a bobble head too. Her first words that day was; Mommy, I need some Orange Naturals Cough and Cold! 

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Quick Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe

That afternoon, I made a quick and easy homemade chicken soup for my family. I was determined to kick this cold before it ran through all of my family.  

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe, Treating Colds with wildcrafted herbs

In a slow cooker I added; 

  • 2 boxes of organic chicken broth
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 onion minced
  • 2 carrots chopped
  • 2 stalks of celery chopped
  • 2 organic skinless/boneless chicken breast (if you don’t have chicken on hand, grab a cooked chicken from Loblaws.)
  • Add or remove veggies to suit your family.

Let your slow cooker cook for 4 hours on high or 6-8 hours on low. 

15 minutes before you’re ready to serve it up I added 1 cup of red lentil noodles. You can add whichever noodle you have on hand. This is also the time you could shred in your pre-cooked chicken. Since my garden still is producing lots of parsley I added a handful of minced parsley in last minute too. Enjoy! 

I am happy to share that the cold didn’t go through our home and Miss C and I felt better the next day. Thanks to Orange Naturals and good old fashion chicken noodle soup. 


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Comments

  1. Wanda Bergman says:

    There is nothing better than homemade Chicken Noodle Soup. I like this quick recipe. It looks easy, too. I like that.

  2. Nicole Jubleew says:

    I boost my immune system by getting enough sleep and by washing my hands a lot.

  3. I boost my immune system by making sure I get lots of sleep. Lack of sleep is the reason people get sick and stay sick.

  4. Making sure I eat enough fruits and vegetables!

  5. I take vitamins and try to eat healthier.

  6. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    Take vitamins.

  7. Sleep and VITAMIN C is the way to go.

  8. Wendy Jensen says:

    I boost my immune system by taking Vit. C, washing my hands whenever I come home from being around the public sector and staying away from people who look and sound sick.

  9. Get a good rest and take vitamins.

  10. Chicken soup is my favorite way 🙂 But also things like tea, raw honey, spices, ginger, and extra vitamin C & vitamin D in the winter months.

  11. Mike Bachand says:

    vitamin c like candy

  12. Steph Bkn says:

    LOTS of vitamin C!

  13. lynn clayton says:

    LOTS OF VITAMIN C

  14. I drink lots of water and take a multi- vitamin.

  15. Jeffrey Rossnagel says:

    Plenty of sleep and lots of bacon!

  16. I try and get enough sleep and eat healthy 🙂

  17. Caroline Evans says:

    We eat healthy, drink lots of water, take vitamins. Lots of thorough hand washing and sanitizing commonly touched surfaces.

  18. Kristian Weavers says:

    Vitamins and 500 mg extra Vitamin C each day

  19. Michelle K says:

    Take vitamins

  20. Janice Wong says:

    Lots of fruits!

  21. Bry Beverley M says:

    Make sure to eat a well balanced healthy meal daily, get 30 mins of exercise and follow a clean and sanitary daily routine of hand washing, oral maintenance and a clean and germ free living space… It’s all routine folks! Not hard to live by …

  22. We don’t usually do anything until it’s too late, we’re working on that this year!

  23. Kelley Moore says:

    We take vitamins.

  24. We take vitamins.

  25. Nate Fuller says:

    At our house we already use orange naturals to boost our wellness and health!!

  26. We stay healthy by washing our hands often, eating a proper diet and getting enough sleep. Thanks for the chance to win.

  27. Amy Lovell says:

    We try to stay healthy by drinking water and taking fish oil

  28. andrea amy says:

    Lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, even in the winter

  29. Taking vitamins

  30. Sleep and vitamin C. We also try to get our intake of fruits and veggies and just eat healthy.

  31. We boost our families immune system by NOT over sanitizing. We take in a generous amount of germs a day. We rarely get sick, and if we do, we take Olive Leaf Extract from Australia.

  32. seham merzib says:

    be sure to pack hand sanitizer in the bag

  33. Jennifer P. says:

    The back to school health tip I tell my daughter every day when I drop her off at school – do not share drinks, bites of food, licks of lollipops etc. with anyone! The sickness I dread most is the stomach flu, and the way kids so freely like to share their germs makes me cringe!

  34. Use hand sanitizer throughout the day.

  35. mine is handwashing, and coughing into arm

  36. Handwashing is essential! And multivitamins!

  37. Make sure the kids get to bed early so they get enough sleep and take a daily multivitamin

  38. erin mcsweeney says:

    start getting a sleep routine going before school starts, sleeps helps with so many ills.

  39. Proper, consistent sleep schedules…..and lots of handwashing!

  40. Erika Letson says:

    My best health tip for back to school is lots and lots of handwashing and Vitamin C.

  41. My back to school tip is for kids to have hand sanitizer in their backpacks. They also have to be vigilant about washing hands and not sharing drinks with their friends.

  42. Carol Denny says:

    Vitamins and lots of hand washing

  43. Wash your hands regularly and slowly get them into a routine.

  44. Drink plenty of water and get fresh air!

  45. regular sleep routine to get lots of sleep, eat healthy and wash hands frequently

  46. Lots of handwashing, get the kids to carry sanitizer on them.

  47. Keep cut up veggies ready for school lunches.

  48. kathy downey says:

    Wash your hands constantly and get plenty of rest

  49. Angela Mitchell says:

    We make a meal plan every weekend for the week ahead. This was we make sure we have healthy meals and lunches instead of panicking with fast food.

  50. Be sure to sanitize and wash your hands constantly

  51. My tip is to get plenty of rest so as not to get run down.

  52. lots of hand washing; keeping a cute bottle of hand sanitizer in the kid’s lunch box/back pack; teach kids to cough into elbow

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