November 14, 2016

Recipe: White Bean Chicken Chili




Okay people. I've been meaning to share this recipe with you all for quite some time. Because it's seriously just amazing.

Let me start by saying, I've never been a big fan of chili. I love the smell of it, but it just never was my thing. I don't like red or black beans, I'm not huge on ground hamburg in soups. It just wasn't for me. That was until my mother-in-law introduced me to her White Bean Chicken Chili. And I have been hooked every since.

There is just nothing better than a warm and cozy mean on a cool fall or winter night. And this chili fits the bill. The best part, it takes 10 minutes to prep and then you just let the Crock-Pot do the work. Best meal to make for busy schedules. So read on, and enjoy this! You'll thank me later.

Deb's White Bean Chicken Chili 


2-3 Chicken Breasts (cooked and chopped into bite size pieces)
1 small can Chicken Broth (or 2 cans if you like a thinner chili)
2 small cans Cream of Chicken Soup
2 Taco Seasoning Packets
3 small cans Chopped Green Chilies
2 small cans White Corn (or any kind of sweet corn)
3 cans Cannelloni beans (white kidney beans)
1 bag of shredded cheese (I prefer to use the Mexican blend)
Sour Cream
Large Crock-Pot
Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners

  •         Rinse Cannelloni beans well (this will help a lot with indigestion & gas). 
  •         Mix chicken broth, cream of chicken soup, and taco seasoning into Crock-Pot
  •         Drain first, then Add in Chopped Green Chilies, Corn, and Cannelloni beans.
  •         Add in chopped Chicken Breasts
  •         Stir all ingredients together well.
  •         Cook in Crock-Pot on LOW for 4-6 hours (or HIGH for 2-3 hours).
  •         Top with shredded cheese (of your choice) and sour cream if you'd like.
  •         ENJOY!!!




That's seriously it. It so quick to prep and then I can do whatever I want while it's cooking. This chili is seriously soooooo delicious. I could eat it every week. We are a family of 3 adults (my sister lives with us now), and one crock pot of this will last us an entire week. It's great to keep in the fridge for leftovers and lunches during the week. I personally never get sick of it. I even got my sister to love it and she is by far the pickiest eater I’ve ever seen.


Give this a try with your family and let me know what you think! I know my MIL will be so excited to hear how much everyone loves it.



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