It’s SO cold outside in Tampa bay today! So I thought I’d share a quick and easy crock pot recipe that I literally just made.
It’s called Crock Pot White Chicken Chili. I won’t have a final image for you here because it is cooking as we speak, and I wanted to shoot the recipe out really quickly, so please forgive me. But once you taste it, I think forgiving me will be easy to do. 😉
Here’s what you’ll need…and I have to double this list of ingredients for my party of 5.
1lb chicken breast – cubed
1 packet of McCormick’s White Chicken Chili seasoning
1/2 of a medium sized onion – diced
1 can of diced tomatoes – undrained
1 can of pinto beans – undrained
Place diced onion in the bottom of the crock pot. Season chicken with salt and pepper to taste, then add to crock. In a large bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients, and pour over chicken. Crock on high for 4 hours.
This sounds so yummy and simple Mel. I have to get created with chili these days as a lot of beans are on our “sensitivity” list.
Mel, 50 degrees seems like heaven compared to here in Charlotte we’re at 22 degrees – this is the coldest snap I’ve seen since we moved here in 2010.
I did have a question for you – what do you have holding up the wreath above your stove?
BTW, is your home builder Taylor Morrison? My husband and I just bought a TM home this past June.
The chili recipe looks yummy, will try.
This turned out great, so simple, easy and delicious. I had about 2 lbs. of chicken breast, so I doubled up on a couple of the ingredients, 2 cans tomatoes, I used Rotel diced tomatoes with green chilis, 2 cans of pinto beans – kept it at only one pack of the seasoning (sodium) – also since my husband is anti-onions – I used onion flakes. We ate with brown rice. Made it on 1/7.
OOOOh, that sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing…I will try it this way next time!
Love the chili recipe as I have been craving white chicken chili for a while. I worked at a private school, and in January the mothers would treat all of the staff to a chili cookoff with scrumptious varieties of chili and all of the fixings for a delicious lunch. Marnette, I liked your note about the variations for the chili.