If you love to eat delicious food, but don’t have the time to prep meals every morning, try a simple and flexible chili recipe. Chili done right has an extremely high fiber content and nutrient per calorie content, which helps you to become satiated with less calories than traditional food. Research from Nutrition Journal shows that FIBER is inversely correlated with body weight and body fat! In other words the more fiber you eat daily, the more likely you are to be a healthier weight and have a lower body fat than those who eat less fiber.
So How do you make the Chili? Almost everything can be bought frozen or canned so there is almost no prep work and the ingredients are simply dumped in the crockpot so all you need is 5-10 minutes, the food, and the crockpot! Once all the food is in the crockpot simply put the temperature setting on low and come back 4 hours later and its done! The Chili makes 5 quarts and you can add or substitute any of your favorite veggies into the chili and it will still taste great.
2 cans chili beans (you can use any bean you like)
1 bag frozen butternut squash
2 cans petite diced tomatoes
1 bag frozen chopped onions
2 bags pre cooked chicken slices (~16 oz)
1 large bag frozen spinach
1/2 bag frozen kale
2 diced bell peppers or 1 bag frozen chopped bell peppers
Add Chili Pepper, garlic powder and add any spice that you enjoy to your desired amount and ENJOY!
*Other Great substitutes: 1 bag frozen peas, 1 bag frozen corn, 16 oz ground turkey, 1 bag frozen cauliflower, 1 bag sliced frozen carrots or just about any vegetable you like.
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In Good Health,