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Absolutely delicious and so easy! I use a 28 oz can tomatoes plus 1 can of Rotel tomatoes (10 oz). I also used frozen corn and added some chili powder (about 1 T) because I didn't think it would be hot enought. Wonderful! Packing the leftovers in tuberware containers for lunches. Thanks for sharing!
I am a major chili fan, so I was a little nervous of straying from my tried and true (and award winning) beef chili. But now that I'm dieting, obviously I needed something a lot lighter. THIS WAS AMAZING! I truly think this is better than any other beef chili I have ever had! I made this for several non-dieting friends and they were floored when I told them this was a WW recipe. Plus, how can you beat a crock pot recipe?!
So simple and delicious as well as healthy. I made all kinds of chili but many appear simple but are not. This took literally minutes to assemble and was a satisfying meal.
In addition to the ingredients on this recipe, I added in about 15oz of chicken broth. I also used ground chicken rather than cutting up chicken breasts into cubes. In addition I cooked the ground chicken with the onion and pepper in about 1/2TBSP of olive oil prior to putting into the cooker. This was a great meal. My kids and husband loved it too.
Loved it. I used diced tomatoes. Everyone loved it. Definitely will be had for dinner again
The easiest and best tasting chili I have ever tasted. Didn't add the pepper or onion, but did add a extra can of medium Rotel and the salsa I used was spicy, which gave the chili lots of heat and flavor! Definitely will be making this again since the weather is getting colder. Add a small amount of cheese and some crushed whole grain saltine crackers, you will be full before you even finish your serving.
Not quite a chili for me because it tastes just like my tortilla soup but it is delicious! Very healthy and you don't feel gross after eating. Yea!
I threw this together before going to bed last night so I would have something for lunches today. I did forget the salsa and didn't add the green pepper. I followed the rest of the recipe as written. I did cook mine for 8 hours but next time would cut it down to five or six because my chicken was a bit dry. I topped it with cheddar cheese and had it for lunch today. It has a good flavor to it. Froze the rest for later lunches.
This Chili was VERY good! I added a bit of diced jalapeno peppers & cumin just because I like spicy. Next time I make this chili, I will put in less corn...I thought it was way too much.
This is very good for how few ingredients it has. I also used 28 oz canned tomatoes plus 1 (10 oz) can of Rotel. I also drained my corn (since I was using frozen chicken breasts), and I added a can of black beans and 1 tsp. chili powder. I am used to a thick, beefy chili, so I could definitely tell this was lighter and low fat. However, I thought the seasoning/spices wouldn't be enough, and it was fine. Glad I tried this, thanks.