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Crockpot Challenge Day 4-Leftover Turkey Noodle Soup

There always seems to be leftovers in this house. I know, I know that is really my fault but I always worry that someone will be hungry and there won't be enough to eat. This past week we were left with leftover turkey. Lucky for me today turned out to be a chilly rainy day, perfect for making a nice pot full of soup. Now this would be a great recipe for a crockpot, which is how I used it here, or you could even make it is a pot.

7 Cups of Water
5 Chicken Bullion Cubes(If you would rather use stock simply replace the 7 cups of water and 5 bullion with 7 cups of stock)
1-2 Cups leftover meat(It depends how much meat you like or have left)
3 Cups of veggies(fresh/frozen/leftover)
I small package of noodles


For this recipe I added everything BUT the noodles. I made the mistake before of cooking the noodles all day and ewww.....it was like a nasty paste when dinner time came. Put everything other then the noodles into your pot and turn on low. About 30 minutes before it is time to enjoy the soup add the noodles :O) This will make everything taste GREAT...........without eating pasty noodles.lol

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