Slow-Cooker Turkey Chili
Winter is desperately trying to stick around, but we know spring is right around the corner. And since we haven’t reached the end of the cold season yet, we might as well make the best of it! I can’t think of a better way to enjoy the last few weeks of the cold temps than with a steaming bowl of chili.
I tried out this Slow-Cooker Turkey Chili a few weeks ago, and it really is the best, quick-and-easy chili recipe! Don’t be afraid of “turkey” in its name. Ground turkey is leaner than ground beef, and you won’t notice a difference in flavor. If you can, look for good-quality turkey that is 90% lean and 10% fat to cut down on calories and fat.
This recipe takes only 15 minutes to put together - the longest part of the prep work is chopping up the vegetables. Then simply throw all of the ingredients together in a slow cooker. Let it simmer overnight or while you’re at work, and you’ll have a fantastic dish ready when you return.
So to bid farewell to winter before we beckon in sunshine and spring recipes, make a hearty pot of chili and dress it up with your favorite toppings. Make sure to let us know how your meal turns out by using the hashtag #CookWithConfidence for a chance to have your dish featured on our Twitter or Instagram! Happy cooking!