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Ingredients 1.3 lb 20 oz 99% lean ground turkey breast 1 small onion, chopped 1 28 oz can diced tomatoes, drained 1 16 oz can tomato sauce 1 4.5 oz can chopped chilies 1 15 oz can chickpeas, drained 1 15.5 oz can black beans, drained 1 15.5 oz can small red beans, drained 2 tbsp chili powder. Heat oil in pan on MED-HIGH until oil faintly smokes. Add turkey; cook, stirring, about 8 min until crumbled and fully cooked.

Transfer to 6-8 qt slow cooker. Add tomatoes, garlic, onion, red peppers, green peppers, beans, stock, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, bay leaves, chili powder, cloves, cumin, and salt to slow cooker. In blender, place 1 can of the beans and 1 cup of the broth. Cover; blend on medium speed 20 seconds or until smooth.

Pour mixture into slow cooker. Stir in remaining 2 cans of beans, remaining 2 cups broth, the corn, chili powder. Transfer the turkey to the bowl of your slow cooker. Add in the red bell peppers, chipotle peppers, chili powder, smoked paprika, cumin, cinnamon, and salt.

Stir in 2 cups chicken broth, the tomatoes, tomato paste, apple butter, and bay leaves, stir to combine. Cover and cook. Step 1 Mix ground turkey, tomatoes, kidney beans, pinto beans, chicken stock, onion, hot sauce, chili powder, salt, minced garlic, paprika, oregano, cayenne pepper, cumin, and black pepper together in a slow cooker; stir to break the turkey into small chunks. Step 2 Cook.

Saute the onion in the olive oil until softened. Add the ground turkey and cook until brown. Stir the chili powder into the ground turkey. Transfer the ground turkey into the slow cooker.

The most popular recipe for chili on our site, Slow-cooker Turkey Chili features lean ground turkey, black beans, onion, corn, and fresh bell pepper. With just 15 minutes of prep time, you can throw all of the ingredients into a slow cooker before leaving for work and return 8 hours later to a piping-hot, home-cooked meal. Simply brown the turkey in a skillet and toss it in the slow cooker along with the rest of the ingredients.

Cook on low for 6 hours or on high for 4 hours. I loaded this healthy turkey chili up with tons of Mexican flavor: black beans, corn, cilantro and chipotles. The chipotles add in a nice smokiness and heat to this chili. Directions Step 1 Cook and stir turkey in a large skillet until completely browned, 7 to 10 minutes; transfer to slow cooker. Step 2 Stir tomatoes, tomato sauce, pinto beans, kidney beans, black beans, onion, green chilies, chili.

To the slow cooker, add tomatoes, black beans, kidney beans, chicken broth, chili powder, cumin and oregano. Cook on high for 4 hours, until.

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Drain the beans, put them in the slow cooker, add the bay leaf and chili powder, and cover with 3 inches of water.

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Cook on low for 8 to 10 teaspoons chili powder; 1 teaspoon cumin; 1 hours.

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In a 3— to 4—quart slow cooker, combine the ground meat, onion, bell peppers, jalapeno pepper (if using), garlic, pumpkin puree, tomatoes, chili powder, cumin, salt, black pepper to taste, and 1 cup water.

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In a 3%-to 4-quart slow cooker combine chicken, beans, broth, onion, bell pepper, jalapeño, cumin, oregano, white pepper, and garlic.

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Transfer the meat and other ingredients, along with an additional 2 cups of chicken or vegetable stock, to the slow cooker and cook on low for 3 to 4 hours.

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Continue to simmer, stirring occasionally, until turkey is tender and chili is slightly thickened, about 40 minutes.

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1 Combine the tomato paste, adobo, garlic, chili powder, salt, and pepper in a 5to 6-quart slow cooker; stir in the pork.

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If necessary, add water to cover the ingredients; cook in the slow cooker for 3–4 hours, or simmer on the stove top in soup pot.

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  • Ppl in the comments are so amusing with their suggestions of trying to tell somebody how to cook based on their own personal preferences! If you want the spotlight & beans, make your own damn video!!!! Simple!

  • So you didn’t mention this when cooking but did you put cheese in it because you say Brooks had some cheese on his lip when eating the chili.

  • your not suppose to open once you start cooking you lose heat and it takes 1/2 hour to get back up to temp extending cook time. crockpot cooking 101

  • Just thought I would comment that I LOVE when y’all add the extra clips at the end with your kids. It gives your videos that extra added mommy touch that helps us as viewers connect with you as moms. Love that each of you appeal to one of the many “mommy hats” that we busy momma’s wear. ;). Keep the videos coming!!

  • My husband and I love this so much!! We make it every week on Fridays so we have leftovers all weekend since its just the two of us and our 2 year old. LOL

  • Holy shit I just made this and I have to say its the best red chili I have ever had. I used ancho chili pepper instead of cayenne pepper and I used secret ardvark habanero sauce instead of franks red hot. Also added 2 jalapenos diced up to the chili. SO GOOD!

  • so when i make a crock pot meal i usually have it cooking while im at work & its ready when i get home. so i wont be home to stir the chili occasionally, does that make a difference?

  • Legit best video I’ve ever watched. Quick, satisfying with how everything was ready to go and chopped AND measurements clearly said. Plusfor the complainers that maybe it’s not hot enough you were sure to let them know add a habanero. Plus the tip to cook ground beef and drain first, as I had to find that out the hard way. Nice work.

  • Soo it looks good but it’s not a pressure cooker the locks are the side is for traveling..not used during cooking
    .look it up bud! Just saying

  • I make my chili pretty similar to yours, just using boneless chicken breasts or thighs (I shred them before serving). I never thought about using sweet potato before, I bet that would be great with some black beans and green onion. I’ll have to give the cinnamon a shot next time. Thanks for the great recipes!

  • Looks awesome!! But ya gotta add chili powder and beans!!! Come on man we’re talking about chili here!! This would be great on pasta though!!

  • I made this last week and it was delish! I’ve never made chili with any sweet it in and it was fun and different! Thanks for the recipe.

  • Definitely have to try this! Next time, would you mind putting the recipe on screen or in the comments below so we don’t have to write it all down as we watch? That would be wonderful! Thanks!!!

  • I decided I wanted chili night but it’s already too late to make this with the 8 hour low cook time. I’m trying to decide if I want to try a high cook time or just wait till tomorrow. Looks like a great recipe though.

  • Always only add the beans to the slow cooker in the last hour of cooking then they won’t be all mushy you will find this makes it perfect!!!

  • Awesome video but may I make a suggestion?:)

    Using fresh tomatoes really makes a difference. Tomato paste is also essential to have that creamy texture. I love it. But really awesome vid!:)

  • Never saw or ate chili without beans in it, so this is a first for me. Recipe looks good, but I will be adding beans to mine. Thanks.

  • You are so genuine. I don’t know. Every time I read your IG post, listen to your Podcast (I love it, btw), or watch your videos on YT I am instantly at ease.

  • Made this today, good but the cinnamon throws it off, too overpowering I’d say I finished a bowl and I’m still tasting the cinnamon, next time I’ll either substitute the cinnamon for nutmeg of most likely leave it out all together, thanks for the recipe tho ����

  • if your gonna follow this recipe I would cook the turkey first I made it exactly how she did and it was so thin the turkey didn’t come together on the low setting cook over the stove first and add to crock

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  • Thank you for this recipe Meg! I have to say I was a little nervous about not browning the meat first, but it turned out sooooo good!!! Thank you for helping me to get rid of that other pan:)

  • Would have liked to see the final product up close. Specifically without the cheese on it so we could see how the texture of the meat comes out (chunky or smooth?)

  • Hey meg! Not sure if you’ll ever see this but thank you for this recipe! I made it when this video first came out and made it again today it’s perfect. I always appreciate your videos and the videos your fellow what’s up mom team put out. (Hugs) from Canada Melissa & 1 1/2 year old Ryland

  • Love cooking chillis this is perfect for when I go to school as I just got dumb and go when I’m on half days and a chilli is there for my family thankyou gunna try this as I’m not a big chilli fan at all but if sound to die for

  • This is my first time making chili, or anything in a crock pot for that matter. Just finished prepping it and put it in the crock pot, I did add 2 cans of beans but other than that I did everything per instructions. I will update tonight and let you know how it turned out.

  • I made this recipe for dinner today. I had to make do, with what I had in the pantry. Used one pound of ground beef + one pound stew beef. Used Rotel dice tomatoes, with green chilies, didn’t have any peppers to chop. Everything else was per you recipe, and it turned out fantastic, I know this will become my go to chili recipe. Thank you for sharing. Stay well.

  • Love this recipe it was delicious and we froze the extra. Anyone have any idea on the nutritional info? (So I can enter in myfitnesspal:)

  • Since I didn’t have enough time to wait for the 6-8 hours, I found the conversion from Low to High in the Crock-Pot website and used it based on 7 hours. It ended up really tasty:)

  • This recipe is literally dynamite!!! I think it’s the cinnamon that does it for me! Best ever guys!!! Even forgot to put the cumin but it’s still good.

  • Nice recipe I use a very similar one myself. I like the use of cinnamon. I use cinnamon in my moussaka and bolognaise but haven’t thought to use it in chilli! Thanks for the tip! P.s. GO PATRIOTS! From Australia:)

  • It looks good, not gonna lie, but it just doesn’t seem like all of the ingredients are emulsified correctly, I think the best way to make chili is stove top, low simmer, 2 hours minimum until most of the liquid has been reduced to the point where everything kind of comes together, I may not know much, but chili is something I love.

    Also to add some depth, fry some bacon, (not a lot, maybe 2 strips) then add your diced or minced yellow onions, fry until clear, then add your garlic, cook until aromatic, then put about 1-3 teaspoons of liquid smoke, (it isn’t very strong in a chili, so it won’t overpower it if you use 3 or more tsp) if you used hickory bacon then use the hickory smoke, same goes for mesquite, now add about half a tsp, (it depends on how much meat you’re using), but about 1/2 to 1 tsp of anchovy paste with at least 1-2 tsp of smoked paprika and 2-3 tsp of worcestershire sauce and voila, you got some depth added to your chili, ez pz.

    **I should note that you shouldn’t drain anything, ie. bacon fat and meat, and with that being said make sure you get the lean ground beef, and personally I prefer adding in a cup or 4, depends on how much you want, of beef broth, and let all of that reduce down within the 2 hours of simmering. Good luck ya’ll, happy chili hunting.

  • Hi! Love your recipes and thanks for this idea! I’ve stopped at 3 stores and NOONE has ground turkey. Can I substitute hamburger? Will it ruin the flavor?

  • Meg, how do you keep the turkey from having a mushy texture?  I loved the flavor but am having trouble with the meat.  Please help!

  • this literally looks like an amazing dish to make I only use turkey meat for my family in going to try this dish I’ve never used kidney beans in any of my dishes so this will be a first.

  • I’m just a 16 year old girl who loves kids and moms:) lol every time meg posts a recipe I send the link to my mom and say dinner tonight okay? and most of the time she’ll make it☺️☺️☺️

  • I have been loving these videos!!! Thank you so much hun for taking the time to make them ��! �� this is exactly what I need!! Different options to eating healthy! �� can’t wait for more to come! �� love you!!

  • Great recipe! This looks delicious. Thanks for sharing! However… I DISAGREE on the Super Bowl! (Sorry!) SEATTLE SEAHAWKS, all the WAY!!! Wooohooo! Northwest pride!!

  • I love you 3 ladies and all of your videos! I just wish they were longer and more often!! (I know it’s hard as a mom, I’m a single mom to a 14 month old son myself so I get it).

  • Made this chili today, well kind of. I made this but with a few different ingredients. I added four different beans and some jalapeños. Oh and a few other minor things. Turned out great everyone loved it. Thanks for the recipe! Like you said, add or delete as you wish.

  • Here’s my turkey taco chili…1 lb turkey, 1 pkg low sodium taco seasoning, 2 cans diced tomatoes in your favorite flavor, 1 can corn, 1 can red kidney beans. Low for 8 hrs!

  • Hey thought I would pop in and say I’ll be running this list now. Wont be commenting on the videos (may get a chance here and there) but they will run.

  • Good video. You are the first I’ve seen to add cinnamon to the chili. I’ve always done that and people who eat it are like, “what is that taste?” I tell em and they look at me like I’m nuts. Good stuff. Thanks.

  • I just dehydrated a tray of “datil” peppers,so gonna throw a hand full of pepper flakes ad a scotch bonnet….BAM�������� ty for sharing! Be safe ya’ll!

  • I love doing all different types of meat, beans, peppers, and spices in my chili but you lost me on the tomato soup.. I would have used tomato sauce instead.

  • Love crockpot recipes!! I put a roast on tonight, hoping it is tender. Any suggestions on how to make it tender??? Also, PLEASE tell me where you purchased your cute necklace from, I have tried to comment in several spots but can’t seem to get my comments posted. Love y’all!!!

  • Hey! I made this today and it’s actually waiting for me in the crockpot when I get home! �� I logged it into my fitness pal but as a guess how many servings would you say this is? Thanks! ❤️

  • Hi dear you have an amazing channel and am glad to be here, am your new friend and I hope you check me out too and let’s help each other grow