Grandma’s Rotisserie Chicken Soup With No Yolks Noodles

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Now if we’re being fair, this isn’t MY Grandma’s soup recipe.

Although many of us have Grandmas with great soup recipes. Cassidy’s Grandma has the best chicken noodle soup recipe ON EARTH, and he still has the hand-written recipe she gave to his mom who gave to him. I’m talking full out, all the stops, cooks all day, makes the house smell great, and cures all sniffles. And he uses No Yolks! When we first started dating, I was so happy to see that famous bag of Broad Noodles. You see, I grew up on No Yolks in NJ, and we always had them.

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Since my father had passed away so young, and my dad’s first wife too, my parents were pretty cautious with the five of us. We had low or no-cholesterol diets and that’s why my parents loved No Yolks so much. I can remember my mom making everything under the sun with them – Tuna Noodle Casserole, Buttered Noodles, Easy Lasagna, and probably even soup.

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And while I’d love to make Cassidy’s Grandma’s recipe for soup, I’m going to share my modified and modern version of Chicken Noodle Soup for the kids. Maybe next time I’ll share my Easy Lasagna recipe! They call it “Lazy Lasagna” but there’s nothing lazy about it. So back to the soup. Why do we use No Yolks the way our parents did and our grandparents did too? Well, I’m glad you asked! It’s because they’re incredibly versatile. They aren’t just for stroganoff or casseroles, although you can certainly use them for those too! No Yolks are also great for all soups – even Miso and French Onion!

Make something new and unexpected, like Sriracha Cheesy Noodles and Noodles with Kale and Walnut Pesto!

Enjoy this healthy egg noodle alternative, made from egg whites and no cholesterol, low in fat and low in sodium, and as delicious as Grandma and Mom used to make! These are high quality noodles that always cook up smooth, firm and fluffy, and stay that way too! They come in a variety of cuts for a variety of recipes – like Broad, Extra Broad, Fine, Kluski, Dumplings, and now Stir-Fry! I use broad for my happy little recipe. Make some chicken soup tonight! You’ll love it.

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Rotisserie Chicken Soup With No Yolks Noodles


1 tablespoon butter
1/2 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup chopped onion (optional)
4 cans chicken broth, low sodium
1 can vegetable broth, low sodium
1/2 pound chopped cooked rotisserie chicken
1 1/2 cup No Yolks Broad Noodles
1 cup chopped carrots
Salt & Pepper to taste


Melt butter in a large pot over medium heat. Cook onions/celery until tender. Pour in the broths, and then add the chopped rotisserie chicken. Add No Yolks, carrots, and salt/pepper. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat. Simmer for 20 minutes.

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  1. Yum, I need to try this soon. I just love chicken noodle soup when it gets cold. I admit, I normally make mine from a can. This looks so much better!

  2. I always see these pasta noodles in the grocery store but never know what to do with them. I love this idea! I have big plans for soup now that the days are starting to finally cool down 🙂 this is the ultimate in comfort food, eh?

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