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The Best Super Bowl Chili Ever


This my friends, is a recipe passed down from generation to generation, or in this case friend to friend. It all started with Roonz and the infamous “Super Bowl Chili Cook Off” a few years back. Even though I thought I had a pretty good recipe to compete with, hers was even better and it won hands down. I’ve been a crock-pot-chili-chicken convert ever since. The kids and I make this chili at least once a month during the winter months and it is seriously one of the most delicious things you can make for the least amount of effort.

You’re gonna love it!

I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t even tell you who’s playing in the super bowl this year. I’ve attempted to care about football so many times, and it just doesn’t stick. Give me a baseball game and I’ll watch that any day of the week, but I can’t pay attention to football for more than 30 seconds, tops. However, I can tell you what I do care about;, eating snacks and hanging with buddies, which I will be doing this weekend while the super bowl is on in the background. How about you, do you have any delicious easy snaxxx you make for the SB?

The World’s Best Crock-Pot Chicken Chili

▼ 3-4 Frozen Chicken Breasts
▼ 1 Package Ranch Mix
▼ 1 Package Hot Taco Mix
▼ 1 Jar Hot Salsa
▼ 1 Large Onion
▼ 2 Cans Black Beans
▼ 1 Can Red Kidney Beans
▼ 1 Can White Cannellini Beans
▼ 1 Can Vegetarian Baked Beans
▼ 1 Can Corn

Layer in a crock pot in the order listed, cook for 6-8 hours on a low temp. Shred the chicken.
Add Pepper Jack Cheese, Sour Cream, Avocado, Green Onions, & Chips, Enjoyz!

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  • Erin January 30, 2013

    Yes. Amazing chili. We all have Jordan’s mom and the nursing staff over at Methodist for this guy! Can’t wait to SB it up!

  • Annie January 30, 2013

    Can’t wait to try this!! Thanks for sharing.

  • Emily @ Peck Life January 31, 2013

    This looks amazing!! I can’t wait to try it….the avocado alone is making my mouth water. :)

    • Scoops February 1, 2013

      It’s so easy, especially with kids. You can start it in the morning, takes less than 10 minutes and by dinner time you’ll have a super delish dinner.

  • jessica February 1, 2013

    Consider yourself nominated for the Homies! Love this blog!

    • Scoops February 1, 2013

      Awh, Thanks! Did that start today already? I appreciate all the support!

  • Trude February 19, 2013

    I just had to come back and say I made this over the weekend and OMG SO GOOD. We all loved it! The baked beans added a nice sweetness that went really well with the salsa spiciness. Totally making it again, especially since you just throw everything in and let it do it’s thing! Thank you! :)

    • Scoops February 19, 2013

      Baah! So glad you liked it. I think this is the first time anyone has ever told me that they actually tried a recipe that I put online. It’s kind of a thrill for me :)

      I’m happy that you enjoyed it, and the key of course is that it is so easy!

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