There’s nothing more delicious than a warm bowl of comfort food on a cool fall day. And since the temperature is starting to drop in Richmond, it’s time to dust off the crockpot or the big stew pot and heat up a bowl of chili.
Of course regular ‘ole meat and beans chili is a classic, but if you’re looking to up your chili game this fall give these recipes a try:
Crockpot White Chicken Chili
Full of southwest flavor and a little bit of freshness from avocado.
Thick and Chunky Chili with Sirloin.
Cooking with Ruthie
Why limit yourself with ground beef? Check out this chunky and delicious recipe from Jen at Bakerette.
Beer Braised Beanless Chili Recipe
Could there be anything more meaty and manly and delicious?
Sorry Chris Hemsworth, chili wins.
Vegetarian Butternut Squash Chipotle Chili with Avocado
Cookie + Kate
Butternut squash gives a little sweetness to this vegetarian twist.
Pumpkin Chili Recipe
No, no, don’t worry. No pumpkin spice here. Just a savory, delicious, healthy, vegetarian chili.
This lentil chili won over a skeptic and a meat lover. Definitely worth trying this fall.
Buffalo Chicken Chili
We can’t exactly call it healthy but this is definitely not your grandma’s chili.
Pork Chili Verde
Favorite Family Recipes
Favorite Family Recipes shares this spicy chili cook-off winner.
Sweet Potato Turkey Chili
Pinch of Yum
Don’t like tomatoes? This recipe doesn’t even have ’em.
Chili and Cornbread Skillet
For I Heart Naptime
This. Chili. Is. Topped. With. Cornbread. ‘Nuff said.
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