The temperatures are dipping and winter is here so what I am planning to make this weekend? Chili, of course! For a long time I thought there was only one kind of chili – the red sauce, meaty, bean-filled kind. While that is good every once in a while I also like soups and stews with lighter tastes and textures. Once I started cooking on my own I realized that there are, in fact, many kinds of delicious chilis out there. There is vegetarian chili, chicken chili, white chili – you name it! I love all of them for staying warm in the winter. Here are a few of my absolute favorites!
2 Minute Chili 1 of 7When you don't have a lot of time on your hands but are in need for a delicious meal recipe look no further than this simple and delicious recipe!
Make two minute chili
Bison Chili 2 of 7This delicious bison chili is lightened up with the use of bison meat but is still packed with protein.
Make bison chili
Fireman’s Chili Bowl 3 of 7This awesome, classic fireman's chili bowl is perfect for when you are in the mood for a classic 4-alarm chili that will make you want to call the fireman.
Make fireman's chili bowl
Slow Cooker Lentil Chili 4 of 7This awesome slow cooker version of lentil chili is perfect for making when you don't have a lot of time but still want a delicious vegetarian meal!
Make slow cooker lentil chili
Pumpkin Chili 5 of 7There is still time to celebrate pumpkin season! Sweeten up your chili with a little bit of pumpkin - you'll forget that you've just added some delicious vegetable protein, too!
Make pumpkin chili
Three Bean Chipotle Chili 6 of 7This vegetarian chili is packed with iron and protein from the three different varieties of beans. Spice lovers will adore the amazing array of spices that provide just the right amount of heat!
Make three bean chipotle chili
White Chicken Chili 7 of 7This awesome white chili is a nice break from the traditional tomato based stew. Whip it up on a snow day and don't forget to serve it with tortilla chips!
Make white chicken chili
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