Crockpot Chili

Hey everyone…

How’s everyone’s thursday going? Mine is off to a slow and sluggish start. Lol. You will have that when your almost two year old son doesn’t sleep through the night. So, I had a choppy night of sleep because my bubba had a choppy night of sleep.

I’ve got a quick and easy one for you today. Crockpot Chili! Everyone’s favorite. This is a crowd pleaser at a tailgate party, a potluck at work, or just a warm and hearty meal for the home. Here we go…

Ingredients

2 lbs of ground meat (of your choice)

1/4 cup of Wahoo Chili Seasoning (to taste)

40 ounce can of kidney beans

3 cans of diced tomatoes

1 – 15 ounce can of tomato sauce

cheese (for topping)

Let’s start. Brown up your ground meat. Rinse your kidney beans.

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Wahoo Chili is the seasoning du jour. Not sure why I didn’t take a photo of it but here’s the stock photo. Lol.

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Add the ground meat to your crock and add your seasoning. I would start with 3 Tbs first. Let it heat up and taste. Add more depending on taste.

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Next is your tomatoes and tomato sauce…

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Add them to the crock and stir.

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I had this in the slow cooker on low for 8 hours. It filled the house with a great aroma. People love that smell of food cooking all day in the house. It’s comforting… Add to a bowl and top with cheese.

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I hope you all try this recipe and enjoy it!

For more great recipes and great tasting products, check out http://www.johnbokin.com. Please comment below with any thoughts. I would love the feedback. Talk with you soon!

To your abundance!

John

The Tastefully Simple guy

 

 

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