No matter what time of year, chili is one of my favorite comfort foods to whip up. I like it because it’s easy to make and so versatile. Now that the weather is colder out, we’ve been making it a lot. This Crock Pot Cream Cheese Chicken Chili is our newest version of chili. I love how easy it is to start with the basics and change them up a bit to get an entirely different flavor!
This is the easiest way to get creamy white chicken chili in a slow cooker! It’s a delicious recipe to come home from after a chilly day!
CROCK POT CREAM CHEESE CHICKEN CHILI
I’ve been playing around with different Crock Pot chili recipes this winter. I love my basic recipe with ground beef and a variety of beans, but I wanted to see what else I could come up with, especially using different proteins like plain chicken and ground turkey.
I’ve ended up with tons of easy Crockpot chili recipes that I’ll be sharing. This white chicken chili with cream cheese is one of my current favorites because it is so creamy, packs a ton of flavor, and has corn in it! I’m a huge fan of adding corn to my chili these days.
SLOW COOKER CREAM CHEESE CHICKEN CHILI INGREDIENTS
Using cream cheese in chili turns it into a rich creamy meal that always seems to take care of my craving. If you like your chili on the mild side, you could skip the green chiles, although I find that they don’t add much heat. They add more to the flavor. So I would adjust the amount of chili powder you use to control the heat.
Many people ask me about the green chiles but I feel like they’re pretty essential to the overall flavor of this chicken chili Crockpot recipe.
Here’s the full list of what you need to make this recipe. You can also print the full recipe at the bottom of this post.
- ½ pound boneless, skinless chicken breast
- 1 can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
- 1 can diced tomatoes with green chilies
- 1 can corn
- 1 tablespoon chili powder
- ½ tablespoon paprika
- ½ tablespoon cumin
- 1 teaspoon black pepper
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 2 cans chicken broth
- 1 cup water
- 1 8-ounce package cream cheese, cubed
I know this looks like a long ingredient list compared to some of our recipes, but most of it are the seasonings. Trust me — you want to include them all to get some great flavor!
The only kitchen equipment you’ll need to make Cream Cheese Chicken Chili are your Crock Pot, measuring cups, and measuring spoons. Here are some that we recommend:
If you want your clean up to be super easy, I highly recommend using Slow Cooker Liners! When your food is ready, it’s simple to just pull the liner out, leaving your Crock Pot clean!
HOW TO MAKE WHITE CHICKEN CHILI IN THE CROCK POT
Place the chicken breast, kidney beans, tomatoes with chilies, and corn in the pot of your slow cooker.
Season with chili powder, paprika, cumin, black pepper, and garlic powder.
Add the chicken broth and water then stir to combine all ingredients.
Add the cubes of cream cheese then place the lid on the Crock Pot and cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours or HIGH for 4 hours.
Before serving, take the chicken breast out of the slow cooker. Allow it to cool for a few minutes, then shred the chicken with a fork and return to slow cooker.
Stir to combine and serve with your favorite toppings.
Some of our favorite toppings include:
- Jalapeno slices or diced jalapenos
- Shredded cheese
- Sour cream or Greek yogurt
- Tortilla chips or strips
- Avocado or guacamole
- Diced tomatoes
You can top it with almost anything you like! This is one the best Crockpot chili recipes to make if you’re looking for a bit of a southwestern vibe. So anything you might top your tacos with can work great as toppings for this chili!
Crock Pot Cream Cheese Chicken Chili
- 1/2 lb boneless, skinless chicken breast
- 1 can kidney beans (drained & rinsed)
- 1 can diced tomatoes with green chiles
- 1 can corn
- 1 Tbsp chili powder
- 1/2 Tbsp paprika
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 2 14.5 oz cans chicken broth
- 1 cup water
- 8 oz cream cheese (cubed)
- Place chicken breast, kidney beans, tomatoes with chilies, and corn in pot of slow cooker.
- Season with chili powder, paprika, cumin, black pepper, and garlic powder.
- Add chicken broth and water. Stir to combine all ingredients.
- Add cream cheese cubes.
- Cover Crock Pot and cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours or HIGH for 4 hours.
- Before serving, take the chicken breast out of the slow cooker. Allow it to cool for a few minutes, then shred the chicken with a fork and return to slow cooker.
- Stir to combine and serve!
CROCKPOT CREAM CHEESE CHICKEN CHILI FAQ
CAN YOU PUT RAW MEAT IN SLOW COOKER FOR CHILI?
You can put raw meat in the slow cooker for chili. Most recipes, whether chicken or ground beef, call for you to put the raw meat in the Crock Pot. You can brown the meat or cook the chicken before but that takes more time and leaves you with more dishes to wash.
So you don’t have to cook the meat before you put it in the slow cooker! The recipe will take care of it!
DO YOU ADD WATER TO CHILI IN A SLOW COOKER?
For this recipe I use a combination of chicken broth and water. If you like your chili a bit more like soup then you can use more water. You can also substitute all chicken broth for the water. If you want to only use water, you can do that too but I like the flavor the chicken broth adds to the chili.
DO YOU HAVE TO BROWN MEAT BEFORE SLOW COOKING?
You do not have to brown meat before slow cooking. It’s a personal preference. You can brown or cook your meat and then add it to the Crock Pot or just put it in raw.
CAN I USE BLACK BEANS IN THIS WHITE CHILI?
Absolutely! You’ll get a bit of a different look, but you’ll get great flavor! Black beans are one of my favorite beans to use in my chili! They pair well with the cheesy chicken in the Crock Pot!
WHAT ABOUT ADDING CREAM CHEESE TO BEEF CHILI?
If you want a creamier beef chili, adding cream cheese is an easy way to make it! I’d add the same amount of cream cheese to your recipe. It’s a bit of a different take on classic beef chili but it will be delicious! My favorite thing about the best Crock Pot chili recipes is that they’re easy to tweak to your own cravings!
CREAM CHEESE CHICKEN CHILI GIVEAWAY
Keep your family warm with this comforting chili! We’re celebrating winter with an Amazon gift card giveaway! Use it to buy a new Crock Pot or something else to keep you warm this winter!
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Then use the widget below for more chance to win! The giveaway is open to US residents, 18+, and ends on February 9, 2019! Good luck!
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Adrienne Gordon says
I like texas style chili, heavy on tomato based products.
Margaret Smith says
My husband makes a great chili. He doesn’t make it too hot or spicy, more of a sweeter chili with a little kick.
Rebecca Snodgrass says
My chili is pretty simple. Tomato juice, kidney beans, hamburger, chili powder , onion and a little sugar.
Karen Mead says
I don’t have a favorite recipe but yours sounds delicious!
Katheleen Cannella says
I make a pretty good home made chili using lean ground beef, Bush’s mild chili beans, green peppers, onions, diced tomatoes, canned tomato sauce, a dash of garlic powder, dash of onion powder, a dash of lemon pepper, a little sprinkle of parsley, and a package of mild chili powder. Everything goes into the crock pot except the ground beef. I cook that separately until it is fully cooked, and then that goes into the crock pot too! I slow cook it all for several hours and it all comes out really delicious! I top it with grated cheese.
Danielle Wood says
My favorite is white chicken chili
Ellie Wright says
We just made chili today. But just the usual Texas chili with meat, tomato sauce and all the spices. No beans, of course.
I love to make my chili with Green Onion pork sausage, it gives it such a great flavor. I don’t like the overpowering taste of chili powder, so I use little of it. I use fresh cooked kidney beans too.
Debbie Erickson says
I make a three bean chili with ground turkey, tomato puree, hatch chiles, onion, chili powder, tomato juice.
Richard Hicks says
I love this crock pot chili:
1/2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1/2 large onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 pound ground beef
1 (16 oz) can pinto beans, drained and rinsed
1 (16 oz) can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
1 (16 oz) can tomato sauce
1 (16 oz) can diced tomatoes
2 tablespoons chili powder
1/2 tablespoon oregano
1/2 teaspoon cumin
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon hot sauce (such as Tobasco)
1 tablespoon liquid from a jar of pepperoncini peppers
1/4 cup water
Shredded cheese and sour cream, for topping
Rebecca Graham says
I make mine spicy with lots of beans.
Amanda L. says
My favorite chili recipe is just a basic recipe from my mom that uses ground beef, tomato juice, chili beans, and seasonings.
Tari Lawson says
My favorite chili recipe is a white bean and chicken chili with lime and sour cream.
I love my spicy chili, the spicier the better
barb g says
I like good old fashioned real chili with extra soup. I also like some large elbow macaroni in it. I’m sorry your recipe I would never call Chili. Maybe a chili flavored creamy chicken.
i like it with beans tomato juice and some spices! mmm!
My chili is pretty simple, I like it with cheese and corn chips
Abigail Gibson says
I make a hearty steak chili with a splash of A1 sauce.
kathy Persons says
MIne is simple Tomato juice dark and light red kidney beans hamburg italian seasoning oregano and chili powder
Cynthia C says
My favorite chili is made with ground beef, peppers, kidney beans,V-8 juice and lots of spicy chili powder.
Kelly Kimmell says
Mine is simple, ground beef, onion, garlic, salt, pepper, kidney beans, chili powder & mushrooms.
honestly I have never made chili. I grew up in a house where it wasn’t made but when I have enjoyed it at gatherings for Christmas or sports events I have enjoyed. I wasn’t aware there were so many different kinds of chili.
Marissa Bennett says
Tomato juice, hamburger, kidney beans, black beans, taco seasoning, chili powder, banana peppers, and tomatoes.
I like making extra spicy chili!
Christina moore says
My favorite is the texas style chili, heavy on tomato based products.
DeeAnn S says
Hamburger, light and dark kidney beans, canned tomatoes, lots of onion and some green peppers, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, a mix of spices, topped with shredded cheddar and smashed tortilla chips.
Cynthia Megill says
I make my chili in a slow cooker with beef broth, pinto beans, green peppers, onions, garlic, chili powder and hamburger.
David Hollingsworth says
I just like chili without beans and onions.
Christina Sparks says
I love cowboy chili.
Lisa Bourlier says
My favorite chili has no beans because my tummy and beans do not get along!
Penny Knowlton says
I use a recipe from my old Betty Crocker cookbook. Chili definitely needs beans for me and I prefer kidney beans and lots of tomatoes.
Nicole Byer says
I add pumpkin to my chili for a twist and some sweetness
Chrystal D says
Mine always varies because I’m always adding or trying something new! But the basics are tomatoes, onions, meat, green peppers and beans
monique s says
My favorite chili is a hatch green chii
I don’t like spicy foods so my favorite chili is a black bean sweet potato chili with black beans, sweet potatoes, red onion, garlic, cumin, a touch of cinnamon, veggie stock, quinoa, diced tomatoes and salt!
Debbi Wellenstein says
I like my husband’s chili recipe. He calls it clean-out-the -refrigerator chili. Leftover bits of meats and veggies, along with tomato sauce, enchilada sauce, chili powder, and whatever else strikes his fancy.
Cindy Merrill says
I love to make a tangy white bean Chili- it’s chunky and robust , deliciously nourishing.
cynthia dawson says
I just make a basic chili recipe but my secret ingredient is beer!
sheila ressel says
My favorite chili is spicy 3 bean vegetarian chili.
Sandy Klocinski says
My favorite chili recipe is a traditional chili recipe just like mom used to make with ground beef, beans, and a simple homemade blend of chili seasonings.
Tonya Mcminn says
I don’t have no particular recipe I like to mix things up so each time I’ll try something different.
Danny D. says
I love a chili that’s stuffed with veggies and is nice and spicy! :)
Mary Evans says
My favorite chli is still my mom’s chili which is honestly closer to a goulash than a chili. It’s mild and yummy.
Betsy Barnes says
My favorite chili recipe is one that my hubby and I have developed through the years. We use a mixture of flavored diced tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, pasta sauce, various spices and use hot ground sausage with ground beef.
steve stone says
we use turkey and extra beans.
Kim Miller says
I like chili with lots of ground beef.
Susan Christy says
My chili recipe is pretty traditional, ground beef, tomato sauce, pinto beans, etc. I accidentally added curry once (thought I grabbed the cumin) and it was really good, so now I add 1/2 tsp or so every time.
Don’t have one because I don’t like chili.
Lisa Ellison says
My favorite chili is a standard ground beef, tomatoes, chili-o mix and pinto beans. Nothing fancy but the chicken chili with cream cheese sounds good, I will have to try that.
lauralee hensley says
Since I have such a Gringo mouth (heartburn really) I don’t make my chili too spiced. Jalapeno’s and me don’t get along too well with each other at all. If I do use them they must be super mild and not a lot of them in any dish or I’ll be sorry big time.
Heather S says
I don’t use jalapenos as I don’t like too much spice. Ground beef, beans, onions, seasoning and cheddar on top
Kellie Lacy says
My chili is loved by my children. My hubby turnes it into frito bake. Lol
Linda G says
I make my Mom’s recipe, hamburger,onions,tomatoes, chili beans tomato paste and add water. It is our family favorite
Ashley c says
I love a traditional chili with beans and ground beef. I add in a bit of cocoa powder though for extra flavor
Your recipe looks and sounds delicious! Thank you for the giveaway. My favorite chili recipe is an easy taco soup recipe that I’ve ‘tweaked’ a little bit for our family. It is a big hit and tastes so good with crackers, tortilla, or corn chips! My husband actually prefers to eat chili with sweet cornbread.
Dolores Miranda says
I make a good turkey chili with beans,corn,chunky tomatoes,jalapenos and chili seasoning!
Jon Heil says
Basic and add Bacon, not too much into Chili
My favorite chili recipe is a traditional ground beef with tomatoes, seasonings, onions, peppers, and kidney beans.
Christina Gould says
My favorite chili recipe is from the latest Betty Crocker cookbook. Thanks for the giveaway!
I’ve actually never made chili! I like eating just about any kind though.
I like Ree Drummond’s Simple, Perfect Chili:
2 pounds ground beef
2 cloves garlic, chopped
One 8-ounce can tomato sauce
2 tablespoons chili powder
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon ground oregano
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 cup masa harina
One 15-ounce can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
One 15-ounce can pinto beans, drained and rinsed
Shredded Cheddar, for serving
Chopped onions, for serving
Tortilla chips, for serving
Lime wedges, for serving
Serge B says
I like chili with shredded melty gruyere cheese on top
Adding pumpkin to chili made with ground turkey or chicken is an interesting variation we do occasionally.
My favorite is a simple recipe of ground beef, tomato sauce, beans and seasonings.
I always add extra fresh spicy pepper to my chili recipe. (ground turkey, mixed beans, onion and tomato)
well just a regular beef chili really, nothing fancy and certainly not spicy
Christie Roberts says
I like turkey chili but I haven’t perfected a favorite recipe :)
paige chandler says
I use ground turkey and beans and add white onions and cheddar on top.
Jessica To says
My dad’s recipe is one pound of ground beef, a can of chili hot beans, diced onions, diced tomatoes and season to your liking.
I love lots of cheese and tomatoes in my chili!
Karen R says
Texas style chili over butter garlic bread. Mmmmmmm
beth shepherd says
I like tomatoes and lots of beans in my chili. Thank you
Alexandra Y says
I like white chicken chili
Laurie Nykaza says
I love your recipe and will have to try making it. I have not made home made before so will give it a try now.
Donna Clifford says
I like Chili and Grill Cheese Sandwichs together. Would like to try this recioe.
Cheyenne Lundsten says
This look delicious
Kyl Neusch says
white chicken chili
Barbara Long says
I have two favorite chilis, the first is white chicken chili and the second is chili con carne. I like to top both with shredded cheddar and onions.
I like chili with beef, beans, onions and lots of tomatoes.
I like any chili recipe with no beans!
Casandra LaMonaca says
I like a chili that has beans, peppers, onions and tomatoes. I like to top it with cheese too.
heather hayes panjon says
One of my favorite chili recipes is white chicken chili, its spicy and so good.
Barbara Montag says
My favorite chili recipe – I am a fly by the seat of my pants cook.
Ground beef, chili hot beans, rotel tomatoes, onions, jalapenos, chili powder & cocoa.
I just learned about the cocoa.
Dana Rodriguez says
I make a traditional chili with whatever beans I have on hand,This looks delicious! I am going to make this recipe next week!
I just make a basic ground beef and bean chili. SOmetimes I add hot Italian sausage to give it a kick .
Allison Swain says
I like doing vegetable broth, black beans, navy beans, kidney, and pinto beans with chili powder, garlic and tomatoes in a crock pot for a few hours.
Thank you for the chance to win!
Miranda Bashwinger says
Don’t remember the exact recipe but I made a vegetarian chili with sweet potatoes and loved it.
Lydia Goodman says
I like a traditional chili but with turkey or ground chicken to make it a bit healthier.
Emily A Roesly says
I use ground beef (drain fat), red kidney beans and black beans, a can of diced tomatoes and 1 packet of McCormick mild chili powder
Tonya Atkinson says
My favorite chili recipe is my chili that I make. It has dark red kidney beans, ground beef, garlic, cumin, chili powder, tomato sauce, and tomato paste.
I love turkey chili with roasted peppers.
I love beans in my chili, and smoked paprika, tomato paste, in addition to the usual. Lately I’ve been experimenting with making vegetarian sausage and bacon, and I want to try adding it in my chili. I was surprised at how good they came out and it disappeared quick! I recently got a crock pot and chili is a recipe I’ve been wanting to make in it! This chili with cream cheese and chicken sounds delish, I’d love to try it.
Lauren Hecker says
To be completely honest, I don’t have a chili recipe! I live in a tiny new apartment with not much kitchen appliances, so I’ve never made any before. I would love to learn though, so I’m gonna try some of these recipes in the comments! Yum!
Sharon Rooney says
This sounds like a great recipe, I have never tried white chili. I have always made mine with tomato sauce, ground meat, sausage, seasonings, lots of chopped onions, a little chopped green pepper and beans.
Since I only like chili once in awhile, I don’t have a favorite recipe for it. I frequently do look at those posted on various sites and try them. This one looks interesting.
Christina O says
I prefer pinto and black beans in my chili and use Rotel for the tomatoes.
I do a white bean chicken chili that the family LOVES!!!!
I hace a Wendy’s copycat recipe that I like
pattiann scanlon says
I worked in a really nice hotel in my city in the 80s. An out of town guest asked me for a restaurant recommentdation, I gave him a couple of ideas. He must have been a rep for Carroll Shelby’s Texas Chili Mix because he gifted me with a whole box full in appreciation! It’s the best chili ever!
Liz N. says
I like to make chili in the instant pot. I kind of follow a bean soup recipe – but it varies every time! My favorite “extra” things to add to chili are soy sauce or cocoa powder. Both give it a good depth of flavor!
Michelle C says
I like making chili with ground turkey. My son’s favorite is when I add macaroni to it!
Jeanna Massman says
My chili recipe is very simple hamburger, beans, tomato juice tomato chunks, onion and seasoning s.
Anne Higgins says
My favorite chili shows up at our door from our neighbor the week after I make her an apple pie – maybe it tastes extra good since I didn’t have to prepare it. I LOVE a good bowl of chili!
Tabathia B says
When I dont have time I use a basic one with spices, ground beef, bread crumbs and two types of beans
Shelly Peterson says
I like white chicken chili.
Kim Henrichs says
I always make a good old fashioned ground beef/onion/red and black beans/chili powder and tomato sauce style. I put it over fritos and top with sour cream and shredded Mex cheese!
My mother-in-law has a great traditional chili recipe.
Oh my gosh this Recipe sounds delicious! Embarrassingly I use French’s chili O mix With ground beef
I like vegetarian chili. I add a little chocolate for a richer flavor. Mmmm!
Susan Smith says
My husband makes a great chili. He makes it spicy with not a lot of beans which is how we like it.
I like a white bean and chicken chili recipe.
Ken Ohl says
old family chili with beans and lots of real meat cooking in crock pot while at work its the best
I love healthy turkey chili. Thanks for the chance! :)
I like my chili to be pretty basic and not too spicy! I love to add crackers!
Jennifer Reed says
Beef chili is my favorite type of chili with lots of meat and spice. However, I recently made a white chicken chili too that was very good.
Jennifer Stapp says
I really dont have much experience with recipes so I do not have a favorite chili recipe. In the past, I have tried to make a white chili with turkey. It didn’t turn out so great.
Angela heerde says
I like steak and shake restaurant chili.
I use the Mccormick seasoning mix and hamburger meat
Brian Salopek says
Simple Venison Chili: ground venison, onion, chili powder, tomato puree, salt, pepper, kidney beans & beef stock
Anita Duvall says
We love to home make Venison Chili. My husband and I make up our own chili powder.
Chelsea Woodard says
This looks so good! Can’t wait to try it. My fiance will love this recipe!
Sarah L says
I don’t have a chili recipe but I would certainly try this one.
Thanks for the contest.
Taryn T> says
I don’t really have a favorite chili recipe, but I love ground beef, kidney beans, and tomatoes!
Paula Michele Hafner says
I make a white chili with kidney beans, pork-n-beans, chicken or turkey, evaporated milk, and some spices. It gets eaten very quickly!
JASON A JENNINGS, Sr. says
i like any good chili
I enjoy the classic chili with beef
Lisa Lerch says
I like a simple clean chili as I am Keto, Chicken, mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach, chicken broth, cream cheese and hot peppers
yum! looks good!
Mary Gardner says
I use tomatoes, beef tips, onion, green pepper, beef broth and chili powder. Pretty simple.
Sara Tarver says
I don’t have a favorite type of chili
Lisa V. says
My ex used to make a yummy venison chili.
stephanie Wright says
I make a mean chili, but it always tastes different because I don’t measure or follow recipies.
I just use what ever I have in the cabinets to make it. Somehow it always ends up good.
Julianne haydel says
This recipe is amazing and it keeps well. I double it and share with my parents. The are Cajun folks and know food, They love it as does my son who is a trained chef. The only thing I add is onions because I’m not a fan of veggies and it’s an easy way to sneak some in.
Amy Deeter says
with extra meat and with extra kidney beans and some hot sauce in it
Michaela R. says
my favorite chilli recipe is basically something along the lines of a taco soup.
Daniel M says
don’t have a fav yet
jen Gersch says
I like chili with black beans and salsa
S. Carter says
I love a super spicy chili with meat & beans!
ae minx says
I love the white bean chicken chili my coworker makes
I love more traditional chili with ground beef or ground turkey and beans.
Taco Chicken Chili!
Heather Kaufman says
I like a classic mild chili.
I like a chili which has a little kick from habanero peppers.
Denise M says
Meat (turkey or beef), black beans, Tomato sauce, taco seasoning and lots of cheese
Angela Thomas says
I like the McCormick seasoning pack of chile.
kathy pease says
I love turkey chili with dark red kidney beans and this recipe sounds great!
Heather D says
We like ours thick and hearty. Usually with crackers or fresh corn bread.
I’m not able to eat spicy food anymore, but when I could it was always Mom’s recipe with ground chuck, chili beans, stewed tomatoes, tomato juice, and spices. Yum. I miss it.
Rose Santuci-Sofranko says
I actually don’t like Chili because of the beans…without those I’d probably really like it! Thanks and God bless!
Houston Davis says
Yum! I always add diced sweet potatoes to my chili instead of beans.
I like different chili recipes depending on my mood!
Dosja Lucas says
My Dad makes the best chili. I dont know his recipe but it would be my favorite!
Mary B says
My chili utilizes tomatoes and veggies straight from my garden!
Tara Woods says
I like my mom’s spicy beef and no bean chili.
Trisha McKee says
I love traditional chili with a bit of spice to it.
Connie Tucker says
Love my husband’s chili! He makes it with venison, pinto beans, tomatoes and the usual spices but very, very spicy. Yum!
Janice B says
My favorite chili was a recipe made by a friend of mine. My son loved it also. He used to make it spicy. My son always challenged him to make it spicier. One time he used ghost peppers in it by request of my son. But no matter how spicy he made it, it never overpowered the flavor.
maria simon says
love chili with spice and beans thanks
Amanda Whitley says
i like a thicker chili so the way i make it is just with hamburger, petite diced tomatoes,pink beans and chili seasoning
Angelica Dimeo says
I love making Cincinnati Chili
Leah Shumack says
I think I have a basic chili recipe but it gets such good reviews from my friends and family – hamburger, kidney beans, chili powder, garlic powder, onion, mushrooms, diced tomatoes..
Andrina Goetz says
My favorite chili recipe is a chili that I put on enchiladas.
Shayna Brookman says
I like to make Chunky Vegan Chili :)
Antoinette M says
I like white chicken chili. I add white beans & a seasoning mix packet to the chicken. So easy and delicious!
Hollie Jahnke says
I’m a vegetarian so I put lots of different beans in my chili and cheese on top.
Brenda Elsner says
My chili is pretty basic, hamburger, chili beans, kidney beans, tomato soup, onion, spices
My fathers chili will always be my favorite.
Danielle Wood says
We like our chili a little spicy with ground beef and kidney beans
Bryan Vice says
I like my chili a little bit spicy but traditional. I add Green peppers,onions,kidney & black beans, sometimes red peppers mushrooms and spaghetti noodles. Sometimes i put a dash of Tabasco sauce. My kids also enjoy my chili
Andrea Chandler says
I love chili with a spicy kick. Lot’s of black beans and lean ground beef. They crushed tomatoes and petite diced tomatoes. And then the seasonings. Gotta top it with some sharp cheddar cheese. Yum
cindy mahoney says
I like my chili with beef and not too hot, but my family likes it hot so they win out every time.
donna porter says
I love my moms chili recipe which has lots of onions and I top with cheese.
Alison King says
My favorite chili is my dad’s recipe. It is really good, but also really spicy. It has quite the kick. lol
ours is a white chili but with sausage! Thanks so much for the chances to win.
Wendy McBride says
My favorite is a Texas style chili with ground beef, chili powder, beans, tomatoes, tomato based products with a few jalapenos thrown in. I have been reading about making it in an Instant pot and that it has the flavor of simmering the ingredients all together in a short time! I love the recipe you posted and will have to try that one soon too!
I love grandma’s chicken chili recipe with shredded chicken, onion, white beans, cilantro, and lots of green Chile.
I like vegetarian chili
Terry Cross says
Mine is just a basic chili recipe. I use red beans instead of kidney beans because I like them better
maria simon says
my whole family love chili with beans and we love it spicy with rice !!
Elizabeth Sul-Celline says
I love a red chili with lots of beans, veggies and venison
Rhonda Miotke says
My go-to recipe has always been my mom’s chili she is gone now and I always think of her when I make it.
Anita Jude says
My chili is kidney bean, hamburger meat , onions, bell pepper, tomato paste, chili powder, and water plus salt and pepper
Kathy Emerick says
1/2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 pound ground beef
1 (8 oz) can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
1 (7 oz) can diced tomatoes
1 tablespoons chili powder
6 oz. each: green peppers, onion, celery ( diced)
1 teaspoon each: salt, season salt, accent, pepper
1 tablespoon sugar
1 1/2 c water
1) Cook meat til brown, drain
2) In a stainless pot bring water to boil, add peppers, onions, celery and boil for 15 mins.
3) add ground meat, diced tomatoes(with juice), salt, season salt, chili powder, accent, pepper and sugar.
4) cook on low heat for 1 hour, stirring occasionally
5) add kidney beans.
cook 5 minutes more and serve
This is my Southwestern Chili
Philip Lawrence says
My favorite chili recipe is my own Mexican style chili with added corn and rice.
Michelle H. says
I experiment with chili recipes all the time. One of my favorites is one I got out of “Cooking Light” magazine.
I leave the chili cooking up to the expert — my hubby!
Juanita Dickens May says
My chili is pretty basic except I used small diced stew meat and add a tablespoon of peanut butter. It adds a depth of flavor that is really outstanding.
Rich G says
Keep it simple, ground beef, 3 cans of different beans, large can of diced tomatoes, some garlic minced, a few diced peppers, a packet of chili seasoning or your own mix. Set in crock pot and let cook for several hours.
Karen DeVaney says
My favorite chili recipe is a white chicken chili with cannellini beans and jalepenos. So tasty!
Amy Jo says
I make our chili with lots of beef, beans, onion,garlic etc. Never have leftovers.
Amy rice says
I dont eat it that often, but your cream cheese chicken chilli sounds delicious!!
yana ryjova says
As weird as it sounds, I have NEVER ever tried chili before. I don’t really like beans, which is a staple of most chilis, so I have kind of always avoided them.
Olivia Parker says
Taco soup it has chili beans it is so good!
I like to make chili once a month or so. My fave is vegetarian. I’d like to make a version with pork in it though, for the kids.
Hesper Fry says
My favorite chili recipe is one I make for the Instant Pot that is a copycat version of Wendy’s chili!
I use ground turkey breast, canned stewed tomatoes, onions, canned chilis, and a packet of spicy Chili mix.
Jaye Smith says
My favorite recipe is my grandmother’s recipe for chili
I like vegetarian chili that is mild with extra beans and some tomatoes :)
Kimberly Gifford says
I like some spicy chili.
Clarissa Hiciano says
I love the Chili recipe
Trisha Musgrave says
My husband makes the best chili, lots of burger, ground sausage, and beans! It is thick and mild.
Lyndsey R. says
I like a chorizo and sweet potato chili.
I like whatever chili recipe my mom uses!
BRIAN E says
Our favorite chili recipes all use lean ground beef, a mix of 3-4 kinds of beans, an excess of onion & green peppers, masa as a thickener, canned diced & whole tomatoes, and blends of Mexican chili spices that tend to be on the “hot” side. Also, fresh crushed garlic.
Joni Chadwell says
I’ll be honest,,, I just throw together what tomatoes, sauce, beans and hamburg I have on hand and onions with a packet of that Chili-O and it turns out great every time after I let it simmer a couple hours.
My favorite chili recipe involves a lot of vegetables and maple variations of chile!
vivian blevins says
spicy veg chili.
Rae B says
OMG, I love chili and crackers, I like any type of kidney beans, diced tomatoes and I also like it to be a little spice, then I use a bunch of different seasonings, I have a recipe I found online years ago that I use. I love my chili it is delicious
Kelsey Vinson says
I always make my Dads Chili.
Buddy Garrett says
Turkey chili is my favorite.
Seyma Bennett Shabbir says
My favorite Chili recipe is made with veggie/tofu ground beef, onions, peppers and tomato base.
Carolyn Daley says
I like my mom’s mild chili. I don’t have a recipe to share but the crock pot cream cheese chicken chili sounds delicious.
My favorite chili recipe is not too spicy with lots of beef and beans.
kelly woods says
I love to make my chili in the crock pot with baked beans instead of kidney beans. Its yum yum good. We had a little rice with it. Yum. Thank you for sharing. Got me hungry. 😊❤
I love lentil chili with ground beef. It goes so quickly when I make it.