5 Perfect Chili Recipes for Fall
Looking for a meal that will warm you up on a cool fall day? These wholesome and hearty chili recipes are perfect for just that.
1) Southwestern Vegetarian Chili
For a vegetarian chili that really hits the spot, you’ll love this southwestern-inspired recipe. Made with sweet potatoes, kidney beans, black beans, bell peppers, and onions, this chili is a wholesome meal. The combination of beans, potatoes and vegetables provides plenty of fiber and protein. The recipe even calls for a dash of cacao powder to lend a hint of chocolate flavor.
2) Quinoa and Roasted Pepper Chili
Heat up your stovetop for this delicious quinoa and roasted pepper chili recipe. You’ll savor the flavor of red bell peppers, zucchini, poblano chiles, and onion spiced up with cumin and smoked paprika. It even incorporates quinoa, which packs in protein, antioxidants, and iron. Quinoa is a complete source of protein with all 9 essential amino acids so you can enjoy this hearty meal knowing it’s super good for you.
3) Black Bean, Corn and Farro Chili
This black bean, corn and farro chili is a meal that the whole family can enjoy. The recipe is easy and kid-friendly; the perfect meal to make on a busy weeknight. We love that it incorporates farro for extra protein, fiber and B-complex vitamins. The farro also adds an interesting texture, alongside the squash, corn, chicken and black beans. You can prepare a big batch of this chili and freeze some for leftovers.
This recipe is especially hearty because it incorporates ground beef chuck, black beans, and crushed tomatoes, enhanced by fresh peppers and various spices like cayenne pepper and chili powder. Packed with protein, it’s an ideal post-workout meal. Serve the chili with a bag of chips for a delicious crunch in every bite. Spicy beef chili is an ideal meal for a cool fall day.
If you’re looking for a unique twist on classic chili, you’ll gladly welcome this one onto your list of go-to recipes. Comforting, yet new, this white chicken chili will take your taste buds for a twirl. Instead of the traditional beef and kidney beans, it incorporates diced chicken and cannellini beans. The flavors of cumin, oregano, coriander, and other spices add a hint of heat. You can prepare this chili as a simple weekday meal that you can carry to work or school in a thermos.
What are your favorite chili recipes for fall?
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