Kid Friendly Recipes New Recipes for Chicken Soup Feel a cold coming on? Maybe you're just craving a bowl of soup to cure this winter chill. Here are a few creative spins on this classic family favorite. « Previous Next » Kristen J. Gough • January 12, 2017 Add Comment Total: 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Sniff. Sniff. If your family has been battling the sniffles lately, it might be time to dig out the soup pot. The old wives’ tale that chicken soup is good for curing the common cold may just be true. Recent studies have pointed out that chicken soup does seem to ward off colds. Want to have more chicken soup around your house? You can have a different variety each night with these recipes. Start out basic with easy chicken noodle soup, or try out new flavor combinations with creamy slow cooker chicken noodle soup, chicken taco soup and Mediterranean chicken soup. Easy Chicken Noodle Soup Keep it simple with this recipe for easy chicken noodle soup from Betty Crocker. If you have 25 minutes – and only 15 are for prepping! – you can make this soup. Start dicing the carrots and have your kids grab the bag of egg noodles. Creamy Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup This creamy slow cooked chicken noodle soup from Savory Simple has all the ingredients you’d expect – carrots, onions, celery, noodles and, of course, chicken. But it ups the richness with the addition of heavy cream. Easy Chicken and Dumpling Soup Top your soup pot with strips of refrigerated buttermilk biscuits to make this easy chicken and dumpling soup from Pillsbury. The dough cooks right in the broth. Mediterranean Chicken Soup Capture the tastes and smells of the Greek isles with this Mediterranean chicken soup from Real Simple. Couscous takes the place of egg noodles. And chickpeas and Kalamata olives are mixed into the broth. Finish off the soup with a squeeze of lemon. Chicken Taco Soup It’s tacos in a bowl! Shredded chicken, kidney beans and salsa kick up the heat of this chicken taco soup from Family.com. No noodles in this soup! Instead, stir in and top with crushed tortilla chips.