Life with two kids is hectic. I can’t even imagine life with three. Sometimes, dinner ends up being pizza or easy-mac. But after living on boxed and packaged meals for days, the guilt sets in, and I feel the need to make real food. Enter: the slow cooker. What even was life before the slow cooker? I can throw a bunch of stuff in one big pot, and hours later, we have a home-cooked meal! My go-to meal is white chicken chili. I had been using a recipe my friend found on Pinterest, but it was getting boring. I was making it one morning, and decided to get crazy. I started throwing things into the slow cooker. Dave was hesitant, but hours later, we sat down to try my concoction, and it was AMAZING. I don’t want to toot my own horn, but I am probably going to start entering (and winning) chili cook-offs.
So here it is, my bomb ass chili recipe:
Pour the following into your slow cooker: 3-4 boneless/skinless chicken breasts, 1 box of chicken broth, 1 can great northern beans, 1 jar of salsa verde (I use medium for an added kick), 1 jar of Pace salsa (again, I use medium for the kick), 2 cans of whole kernel corn, dust with ground cumin.
Cover, and put on low. Cook for about 5/6 hours, then shred your chicken. Cook for another hour, sprinkle with more cumin, stir, then serve!
Best served with sliced french bread for dipping. Optional toppings include: pepper, avocado, or freshly chopped cilantro!
And there you have it! So easy, and so delicious!
(bowl pictured is available here)
This sounds so good! We love our crockpot, too!
Let me know if you try it!!
Yum! I’ll have to try this!!
Let me know how it is 🙂
This looks so good and i have those same bowls 🙂
happy to report that we tried this chili last night and everyone, even my picky kids, loved it! thanks you!