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Crisp Fall Days Brings Crock-Pot Goodness

It’s cold out.
The fire is crackling and I’m wearing sweatshirts, sweaters and my new wool pea coat. (charcoal grey – the perfect antidote to cold days!)

Summer is long gone and instead, we’re deep into the days of fall.
Which has me craving something warm and comforting. Is this happening to you? Salads are no longer calling me and instead I’m eating far more soup and other warm goodies.

Check out my all-time favorite crock pot recipe – perfect for the cold days.
Turkey Chili. You won’t find any wheat, dairy or sugar in this fan-tab-u-lous recipe. Enjoy!

Turkey Chili
1 16oz. can of kidney beans (do not drain)
1 16oz. can of pinto beans
1 16oz. can of black beans
1 small yellow onion – chopped
1 small green pepper – chopped
1 14.5oz can of diced tomatoes (zest it up and get Mexican style)
3T tomato paste
3T chili powder
1.5 t salt
1 t+ garlic salt
1/2 t pepper
1lb lean white turkey

Pour all contents into the crock pot and let simmer on low all day (at least 8 hours). If you don’t have that much time, heat on high for 4.5 hours. Tip: Put the turkey on the bottom of the crock pot. Check in and mix every few hours.

You will love this!
Have a winter recipe you’d like to share? Place it in our comments or email me: heather@heatherstrang.com.

-Heather :)

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