Weight Watchers Crock Pot Chicken Chili

"2.5 WW points per servings"
photo by teresas photo by teresas
photo by teresas
Ready In:
6hrs 10mins




  • In sprayed, nonstick skillet, sear chicken.
  • Add to crock pot with remaining ingredients.
  • Cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours.

Questions & Replies

  1. Is this 0 points?? New to WW.
  2. It’s says can of tomato? Is that tomato sauce? Or what type of canned tomatoes?
  3. What is the serving size and why is this not 0 points. You are using all 0 point foods Thank you
  4. I need the nutrition information regarding this dish, it only tells me how many points. I want to created this as one of my foods on my weight watcher app. I joined the WW style points.
  5. How big is a serving?


  1. 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!
  2. 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!
  3. 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?!
  4. I did half the tomatoes add Rotel with other half.
  5. 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.


  1. OMG! This is absolutely delicious!! Instead of kidney beans I used black beans with jalepeno peppers (canned). It added a little kick and my 9 yr old asked for seconds so not to spicy. This will go on the list of meals I make at least once a month. Thank you for posting this!


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