This hearty chicken noodle soup has been a classic soup for centuries and is considered a comfort food because it is so flavorful, comforting, and soothing and rumored to cure whatever ails you.

I’m a big fan of soups when fall and winter roll around, and chicken noodle soup is one of my absolute favorites to make. I know what you’re thinking. I live in Texas. Yes, that’s true, but even Texas gets cold in the winter, relatively speaking, at least. It definitely gets cold enough to enjoy hot, hearty soups and chilis, that’s for sure. There’s no more classic soup than chicken noodle, and it’s been a staple in my soup lineup for as long as I’ve been cooking.

From the time I first learned to cook until the very day, I’ve made chicken noodle soup regularly throughout fall and winter. My family always loves it, and if you make enough of it, you can have dinner for a couple of days, at least. It also makes a great lunch to bring to work and pop in the microwave on your break. I used to make a huge pot of this when my kids still lived at home, but now that they’re gone, I’ve toned down the amount I make. I still make it often, however, especially this version. What’s so great about my chicken noodle soup is that it’s loaded with all that classic flavor, but it’s so much easier to make.

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