The epitome of comfort food, this chicken and wild rice soup is perfect for dinner on a dreary winter evening.
Crock Pot Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
Recipe Source: Iowa Girl Eats
- 10 min prep
- 4 hrs cook
This soup can be in the slow cooker in under ten minutes and contains ingredients such as chicken, celery, carrots, a wild rice blend, and a host of seasonings.
What Makes This Pinworthy?
A Pinworthy Kitchen favorite, this recipe is guaranteed to become your favorite too. While most chicken and wild rice dishes have a creamy texture, this recipe boasts a thin broth that is made smooth with the addition of a couple tablespoons of butter. All of the ingredients and seasonings pair well together to create a soup that will please everyone who eats it. Try it- we know you will like it!
One of the best things about this recipe is how easy it is to prepare. It should take less than ten minutes to get all of the ingredients in a slow cooker, and the only thing that needs done after the soup is done cooking is the chicken will need to be shredded. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Many soups don’t taste as good when eaten as leftovers, but this recipe isn’t one of them- it tastes just as delicious reheated as when it first came out of the slow cooker. However, we do not recommend freezing this soup- the carrots and celery will become mushy.
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