Paleo Crockpot Turkey Chili

I am always looking for easy-peasy recipes that my whole family will enjoy and this is certainly one of them. How much easier can “throw it all in the crockpot and walk away” be? On a cold winter day this is the perfect meal to enjoy together as a family by the fire. 

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Here’s what you need: 

3 pounds of Turkey (or the meat/combo of your choice), cooked and diced or shredded

2 Onions, diced

5 Carrots, diced

(If you have picky eaters try shredding the onions and carrots in the food processor. They’ll never know they’re in there!)

4 cloves of Garlic

4 cans Diced Tomatoes

1 can Tomato Sauce (about 15 oz)

2 tbsp Cumin

1 tsp Chili Powder ( or more if you like it hot!)

Here’s what you do: 

1. Dump all ingredients in your crockpot. Stir and cover.

*If your meat if cooked but frozen, as mine is, throw it in there frozen- works great.

2. Put your crock pot on high for 4 hrs or low for 8 hours.

That’s it! Enjoy!

*We topped our chili with a dollop of guacamole and wow, it was all the more tasty. Try it, you’ll like it.

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    • says

      Well- it depends on the turkey. I have frozen turkey leftover from Thanksgiving that is already cooked. I will put that in frozen and it will defrost and warm up perfectly. If your turkey isn’t cooked but is in small pieces then I’m sure that’s totally fine. If it’s a large chunk (or a full turkey) I would be worried that it wouldn’t fully cook. Does this help?

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