I don’t know about you, but I welcome the fall and winter seasons. I love cooler weather because (1) sweaters are awesome and (2) hot, steamy food is the best kind of food. And there’s nothing more comforting on a cold day than a big bowl of chili topped with sour cream and served with a big slice of cornbread. So, with that in mind, we’ve rounded up our favorite chili recipes for you to try during the upcoming seasons.
Easy Chili Recipes Your Family Will Love
Easy Crockpot Chicken Enchilada Chili tastes just like Zupas. Top it with sour cream or a big pile of cheddar (or both)… you can’t go wrong!
For a rich, tangy chili that won’t add inches to your waistline, try Roasted Red Pepper Chicken Chili.
Cheesy Taco Chili is perfect as a dip for your get-togethers, or it makes a great soup for you and your family on a chilly day.
Crockpot Bacon Chili is one that you’ll make again and again. Why? Because the flavor gets better and better each day. No one will mind eating leftovers when they taste this good!
I’ve never heard of eating chili over spaghetti noodles, but now that I’ve seen it with this Cincinnati Chili (beef chili topped with beans, cheese and onion and served over spaghetti), it sounds amazing!
This Buffalo Chili recipe calls for buffalo meat rather than beef (it’s healthier), but fear not if you don’t have buffalo… venison, beef or even ground turkey will do just fine.
Slow Cooker Three Bean Chili is perfect for the colder weather in the fall and winter. Just throw all the ingredients into the slow cooker, press a button (or turn a knob), and it’ll be ready in a few hours.
Low fat and gluten free, this White Chicken Chili is a no-brainer when you’re trying to eat healthy, and it’s super delicious to boot!
For a sweet and smoky flavor that you’ll want to eat every day, you have to try this recipe for Smoky BBQ Chicken Chili.
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Chili is spicy, creamy and slurp-alicious. Make it for your next tailgating party, and you’ll be the real MVP!
If you’ve never given meatless chili a chance, this recipe for Healthy Vegetarian Quinoa Chili will make you a convert. It’s thick, hearty and chock full of good-for-you stuff.
Are you a fan of classic chili? Chilli Con Carne is what you’re looking for. It’s made with beef, cooked with tomatoes and spices to a thick, saucy perfection. It’s best served over nachos or hot dogs, but we wouldn’t blame you a bit for just grabbing a big bowl and diving right in.
You don’t even have to thaw the chicken to make this easy and delicious Crockpot Southwest Chicken Chili. Cream cheese, corn and beans make this dish!
If you’re low carbing, you can still join in the Chili fun with this amazingly tasty Low Carb Chili recipe. Top it with cheese, sour cream and celery (yes… really… you’ll love the crunch!) for that comfort food experience even when you’re dieting.
Turkey Corn Chili is hearty with lots of tomatoes, plenty of corn and ground turkey as a healthier alternative to beef.
And just in time for fall (or anytime, really), here’s a crowd-pleasing Pumpkin Chili recipe to make in the crockpot. This incredible chili is packed with vitamins and uses ground turkey instead of beef for a healthier dish.