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Slow Cooker Chili

Plan ahead meals have never been so rewarding with these slow cooker chili recipes, including vegetarian chili, turkey chili, chicken chili, beef chili, pork chili, chili soup and more.

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Tex-Mex Chili

Tex-Mex Chili

Tex-Mex Chili

Hearty and spicy, this is a man's chili for sure. You can also simmer on the stove—the longer, the better! —Eric Hayes, Antioch, California

Spicy Touchdown Chili

Spicy Touchdown Chili

Spicy Touchdown Chili

For me, football, cool weather and chili just seem to go together. Whether I’m cheering on the local team on a Friday night or enjoying a Saturday afternoon of Oklahoma Sooner football with some friends, I enjoy serving this chili on game day. —Chris Neal, Quapaw, Oklahoma

Slow-Cooked Chunky Chili

Slow-Cooked Chunky Chili

Slow-Cooked Chunky Chili

Pork sausage, ground beef and plenty of beans make this chili a hearty meal-starter. I keep the versatile mixture in serving-size containers in my freezer at all times. I can quickly warm up bowls of it on cold—or use it to fix chili dogs, chili tacos and more. —Margie Shaw Greenbrier, Arkansas
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Hearty Beef & Bean Chili

Hearty Beef & Bean Chili

Hearty Beef & Bean Chili

The slow cooker makes this chili ideal for entertaining. A few minutes of prep and then it cooks away while you can attend to other party details. Your guests will really enjoy this nicely seasoned hearty dish.—Jan Wagner-Cuda, Deer Park, Washington

Slow-Cooked Two-Bean Chili

Slow-Cooked Two-Bean Chili

Slow-Cooked Two-Bean Chili

"The first time I had this chili at a Super Bowl party, I was on my second bowl before I realized it had no meat! It's so chock-full of ingredients and flavor that it's hard to believe this is a low-fat recipe. Enjoy!" Ronald Johnson - Elmhurst, Illinois

Great Northern Bean Chili

Great Northern Bean Chili

Great Northern Bean Chili

Seven ingredients makes this mild version of a Southwestern chicken chili. I like to add a dash of hot sauce and some sour cream on top, and serve it with tortilla chips. It's a great alternative to traditional chili.—mamesmom, Taste of Home Online Community

Spicy Cowboy Chili

Spicy Cowboy Chili

Spicy Cowboy Chili

Toasting the peppers for this chili releases their earthy flavors – but do wear gloves when handling dried peppers and seeds. — Rachel Sprinkel, Hilo, Hawaii

Bean & Beef Slow-Cooked Chili

Bean & Beef Slow-Cooked Chili

Bean & Beef Slow-Cooked Chili

This chili may be chock-full, but we love to build it up even more with toppings like pico de gallo, red onion, cilantro and cheese. —Mallory Lynch, Madison, Wisconsin

Montana Wildfire Chili

Montana Wildfire Chili

Montana Wildfire Chili

This thick and chunky chili has some kick to it. I like to top it with shredded Cheddar and then serve it with a side of cornbread.—Donna Evaro, Great Falls, Montana

Black Bean 'n' Pumpkin Chili

Black Bean 'n' Pumpkin Chili

Black Bean 'n' Pumpkin Chili

Our family loves this slow-cooked recipe, especially on cold days. It's a wonderful variation on standard chili that freezes well and tastes even better as leftovers. —Deborah Vliet, Holland, Michigan
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