Paleo Chili

Chili-1

Ha! Here it is… I decided to hold off on the meatball / sauce / green bean recipe and upload this tonight, I’ll upload the other one tomorow.. Both are good for the Whole30|Whole9, not sure about the 21 Day Sugar Detox though… I’m going to assume both are good to go! {If it’s not let me know so I can leave a note in here!}

My theory on chili is the same as my soups, I don’t really buy anything special for it. I use what I have in my fridge / freezer. Feel free to add steak tips, sausage, ground pork… whatever floats your boat {Left over filling works great in here too!}. As for veggies, also feel free to use what you’ve got at home, these are my personal favorite in chili though.
 
[yumprint-recipe id=’19’]Enjoy!
You can serve with sliced avocado, homemade mayo on top, almond bread, or topped with a fried egg !
 
Also, if your day looks wicked busy, assemble it the night before and leave in the fridge, before you leave for work pop it on and you’re out the door

Comments

  1. Emily Strech says

    This recipe looks so delicious!!! This might be a stupid question, but do I cook the chicken and ground beef before I put it in the crock pot?? I am thinking yes, but I know some recipes that you just throw in the raw chicken and it cooks it…….

    • says

      Heyy Emily! I actually toss everything in raw :) It cooks on low for 8 hours {or high for 4} so it’ll cook all the way through. If you’re not throwing it in the slow cooker, after you add your onions and carrots in, I’d cook them for a little bit {so your chicken is almost cooked all the way through} and then add everything else in and let it simmer for a 1/2 hour minimum :)

  2. scott says

    Looks great. can’t wait to try it. One question: How many servings does the recipe as published above make? Thanks!

    • says

      Heyy Scott,
      I’d say it’ll make 4-6 servings. Depending on how big of eaters you have / if you do any sort of sides {like a salad} with it :)

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