Thursday, December 27, 2012

The Easiest Crockpot Chicken Chili Ever

I think everybody needs a good "go-to" chili recipe and this is it!

It tastes just like my mommas...except for the fact that she does not have a recipe.  She just pours and adds and tastes and adds and somehow it always turns out tasting amazing.
So, when I tasted my friend Leslie's chili, I was sure to ask for the recipe.  It turns out that she had tweaked hers a bit from the original recipe, too, but after making it twice...I think I can safely say there is practically no way you can mess this up!  And if someone could mess it up or burn it, it would be me...thus the reason that I LOVE my crockpot!

This easy little "throw and go" is perfect for entertaining.

I served it at our family's Christmas Celebration along with baked potatoes which was perfect!  A green salad, a veggie platter and cookies were also on the menu.

Sooo, the next time you are needing a quick crockpot dinner, you may want to give this a try.

Easiest chicken chili ever:
{adapted from Leslie}

2 cans white beans and 2 cans pinto beans (two drained, two undrained)

2 cups salsa (I like the Organic Kirkland kind from Costco)

3 large chicken breasts

Mix beans and salsa together and place in the crockpot.

Place chicken on top.

Cook on high for 5 hours.

Remove chicken & shred, then add chicken back into the beans.

Cook one more hour on low.

Top with avocado, green onion, cilantro, shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream and green chiles.

Very filling and very yummy. 

Thank you, Leslie!

P.S.  I used my homemade crockpot pinto beans and it turned out so GOOD!

Now, go plan a little party and ENJOY!!


  1. Oh~That sounds good and filling. Thanks- xo Diana

    1. Thank you, Diana! Have a great weekend and a happy New Year! xo

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