Roundup: Chili for a Chilly Week!
Did you know that this week, is supposed to be the coldest of the year? I sure hope so because I am not enjoying these absolutely freezing temperatures! I’ve been trying to make a lot of warm, healthy comfort foods this week, I’ve really been using my slow cooker and trying to warm up with soups. When I was thinking about what theme to pick for this week’s roundup, all I could think about was chili. It’s my favourite thing to eat when the weather gets cold and I even had some for breakfast this morning… Here are five chili recipes to keep your warm this week.
My go to Chili is the classic Chili con Carne, try this delicious recipe.
I’d never had a chicken chili until last year, but it’s quickly become a favourite, give this Chunky Chicken Chili a try.
There’s nothing like a good Slow Cooker Chili to make that long workday worth it.
Chili doesn’t have to have meat in it, I think a good Vegetarian Chili recipe is sometimes even better.
Turkey Barley and White Bean Chili is a unique chili recipe that will be a great addition to your rotation.
Will you be making chili to keep warm this week?
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