Brown 1 lb. of ground beef with onion and seasonings.
2-3 c. water
1 large can crushed tomatoes
a couple cans of light red kidney beans (un-drained)
a couple cans of dark red kidney beans (un-drained)
1 pkg+ taco seasoning
Let simmer for 5-10 minutes.
Add 1 c. corn and heat until steamy.
Serve with sour cream, shredded cheese and Fritos (unless you want to be more healthy, then leave those out).
Crockpot White Bean Chicken Chili
Put in crockpot in the morning:
2-3 frozen chicken breasts or 8-10 chicken tenderloins
1 jar green salsa
Cook on low setting until chicken is cooked through.
If I put this on low for two hours (with the small tenderloins) it’s done in mine, but every crock pot cooks a little differently.
Shred the chicken with two forks.
2-3 cans white kidney beans (un-drained)
1 c. whole kernel corn
1 tsp. cumin
Leave in crock pot until warmed through.
Serve with shredded cheese, sour cream and tortilla strips if desired.
I think I’ll make one of these for tonight…
On another food note, a very kind blog reader sent me these when she found out I was going off gluten:
I had some on our January birthdays when I could eat sugar and they are really good! I’m pretty impressed that this family has created “Jude’s Foods” to help their son who has some diet restrictions.
Check them out here.
My husband has Stage 4 colon cancer so we've changed his diet in hopes of getting the cancer under control. That means, low to no meat, gluten free, dairy free, sugar free and no acidic fruits (called Gerson Therapy). I bought a cookbook at Williams Sonoma called Good Food that has some amazing and clean recipes that mostly follow along with our guidelines. Hope that might help you guys a bit!
I love those too! Here's the version I make of the chicken/salsa verde:
(please convince her to blog again, i miss her so)
My family LOVES taco soup. We do just about the same only we add a Ranch dressing packet and 2 cans of corn *undrained…..We had it for superbowl and it was the ONE thing that was gone within an hour. =D
Hey, just a tip I found that changed my life. 🙂 You can shred chicken in your Kitchenaid Mixer in like 30 seconds! Seriously, it's so awesome! I hate shredding chicken by hand, so this is my favorite tip ever.
Can't wait to try the chili recipe!
I've used a food processor-that works great too!! 🙂
I was going to say what Ashley said, you stick your chicken in the kitchen aid for seconds, and you have perfectly shredded chicken… changed my life 😉
I am following Dr oz clean detox plan right now, on his site there are some great recipies
Thanks! Dinner's on it's way!
Two of our favorite meals as well!
Ooo, I can't wait to try your white bean chili. It looks delicious!
Thanks so much for the Jude's Foods link today, Shawni! So glad you enjoyed them!
Shawni (and everyone) – Here are my versions of these two soups (still super simple and healthy but with a little more flavor):
Tomatillo Chicken Chili
Either way, great recipes!
reassuring to see that even very well functioning families are not without their little sibling rivalries!
I really appreciating that you're now posting recipes! They're all so easy, yummy, family friendly and simple… perfect for me.
With all the chicken y'all must have to shred, ditch the forks and toss it in the mixer for a few minutes. It will turn out perfectly shredded chicken every time!! 😉
Where did you get the green table runner/table cloth?!? I love it and it would look perfect in my kitchen!
So, this might be a silly question – but what is a crockpot? Is that like a slow cooker? I hope so, because we don't have 'crock pots' in Australia!
Tried these…wow they were good! PS A great movie to go see the Power of Families…AND how connected we are as families: "THE IMPOSSIBLE" (in theaters now) It is the TRUE story about an entire family that survived the tsunami in 2004. One of the few movies that will change your perspective on life. We truly are connected with our family members beyond what we see in the physical world.
DELISH! I've used both your recipes and my family and I love them both! Thanks for sharing! I'm always looking for EASY, yummy recipes!