When I was a little girl, my grandparents loved to cook macaroni soup with chicken and vegetables. Grandma called it "maconi" instead of macaroni.
I was not familiar with pasta then, and just accepted "maconi" as "maconi". It was when I cooked Chicken and Vegetable Soup that I was reminded of grandma's soup.
In fact, when LiNa_Pg mentioned in her comment about adding macaroni into the soup, I told myself that I must do that one day and recreate the soup from my childhood.
It so happened that I had some more bone broth in the fridge so it was quite easy for me to put the soup together. I also had a small zucchini in the fridge and some carrots.
I chopped the carrot and zucchini into small cubes and threw them into the broth when it came to the boil. When the vegetables were almost tender, I added a cup of macaroni into the pot and let the macaroni cook in the broth.
My bone broth already contained some meat (which I salvaged from the bones) so my macaroni soup was complete with meat and vegetables.
I seasoned the broth with salt and pepper and that completed the macaroni soup. It would have been better if I had prepared some fried shallots.
You don't need a recipe for this. Just make some broth (or use a stock cube), add your meat, vegetables and macaroni. You will have yourself a complete one pot meal.