6 Reviews

This one-pot-wonder is easy and fun to make, healthy, filling, spicy, low in fat, and guilt-free. Naturally, that gets 5 stars. I doubled the recipe and made some minor changes like most cooks based on what what was in the fridge and the cupboards (mixing in kidney beans, celery and jalapeno...). Pretty much a can't-miss recipe. Great for losing weight, too.

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Jack B. November 12, 2014

I didnt put the carrot in and used kidney beans instead of black beans. It came out delicious and less calories than the recipe =)

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laraineje January 30, 2013

Simple mixture of sweetness with plenty of spice! I added 2 red peppers instead of one, & made an entire stock pot full for this week's lunch. One of the best chili's I've tasted.. love the kick of spice.

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oogiewoogie April 22, 2012

This was fantastic! Just the right amount of seasoning. I'll make a double batch next time (there were no leftovers!) VERY simple to make. Thanks!

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hypatiajones December 22, 2008

Love this chili! It was perfect--tasty & low-fat! I typically prefer spicy, too, but this recipe is flexible enough that one can have it mild while another can make it spicy after it's made.

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standingquietintherain October 30, 2008

I recently had bypass surgery and just discovered this website.This lowfat chili recipe was really easy to make and was really delicious. I did however had to add ground turkey to my families portion but they still enjoyed it.

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WATKINSL_70 December 31, 2007
Simple and Delicious Low Fat Vegetarian Chili