Happy Friday dear friends!!!!
What a week it has been! Spring has def sprung here in Texas. The weather was gorgeous this week with lots of sunshine and breezes!
If you missed it yesterday, I posted a bit of a long overdue health update. There will hopefully be some answers in the next week or so!!
Despite it being the first day of spring this past week, I got an inkling for chili as I saw so many pics of snow from my friends and family who still live up north!
Today for Foodie Friday I am linking up today with Farrah from Fairyburger and Annmarie from the Fit Foodie Mama for a Food Blogger Love themed week! So I want to share with you a few chili recipes from some of my awesome blogger friends!
Chili Powder Free Slow Cooker Turkey Chili (Gluten Free, Bean Free) from Susie at Suzylyfe
Best Chili Recipe Ever from Kalee at Sorey Fitness
Jackfruit Chili Recipe from Debbie at Coach Debbie Runs
Fall Chili and Cornbread from Samantha at Simply Samantha
Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili from Erika at MCM Mama Runs
Hot Mama’s White Bean Chicken Chili from Farrah at Fairyburger
Chipotle Turkey and Sweet Potato Chili from Dixya at Food Pleasure and Health
Smoky Bean Chili from Jill at Jill Conyers
Hearty Vegetable Lentil Chili from Jessica at Nutritioulicious
Crock Pot Award Winning Vegetarian Chili from Julie at Running in a Skirt
Take some time to browse and save these awesome recipes!!
As I have learned more about spices and their health properties, I have come to love turmeric! I have begun to add it to my soups, smoothies, salads, and even when I make some desserts! Even the Hubs has noticed some of the benefits of turmeric in his own life!
- 1 lb organic ground turkey, cooked to crumbles
- 2 large cans organic crushed tomatoes
- 1 small can rotel
- 3 cans organic tri-blend beans (or 1 of each- black, kidney &a pinto beans), drained and rinsed.
- Spices to taste (1-2 tsp) Himalayan salt, paprika, chili powder, black pepper, cumin
- 3 TBS + extra for toppings turmeric
- In a large Dutch oven or slow cooker, add all the ingredients. Still well.
- Cook for 8-12 hours on low heat.
- Enjoy with a sprinkle of turmeric on top 🙂
Make sure you check out all the amazing ladies and their awesome mouthwatering recipes!!
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- Join us next week for some citrus recipes.