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Thursday, October 12, 2023

Crockpot Chicken Taco Chili

Easy crockpot dinners are a HUGE request, always.
This simple Chicken Taco Chili is as simple as dump, set and go!

Collage of crockpot chicken taco chili in the crockpot and in a bowl with tortilla chips and sour cream.

Well, I created the easiest and tastiest new soup this Fall! Each member of my family downed a bowl after a long night of sports practices and chilly weather.

It was pure comfort in a bowl.

I love using my crockpot this time of year, especially when we are busy in the late afternoons and evenings with activities. I have three crockpots - my favorite 9x13 casserole dish version, my big 8 quart crockpot I used for this recipe and my 5 quart one I use for smaller dishes and dips.

A black crockpot with soup ingredients, a block of cream cheese on top.

Over the years I've made a handful of crockpot recipes that you all have loved. Some soups and many main dishes!

Here are some of our favorite crockpot dishes:

Close up of a bowl of chicken taco chili in a grey bowl on a yellow placemat.

If you are a busy Mom - this is the quick weeknight dinner for you!

Everything (and I mean everything) gets placed in the crockpot and you walk away. Set it to LOW for 6-8 hours or to HIGH for 4-6 hours. When ready, you simply take tongs and shred apart the chicken right there in the crockpot.

No other dishes even need to be dirtied.

Side view of chicken taco chili with tortilla chips and sour cream in a grey bowl on a yellow placemat.

This chili (or soup, we can call it both) is great topped with sour cream, a little cilantro and crushed tortilla chips. I had one kid even scoop it up with chips and treat it as a dip. I didn't mind either way - as she was happily eating it!

What's even better as this chili can stay on low for a long time in the crockpot, or even on a warm setting for a long time - the consistency stays the same. So for all of you who work long hours you need to test this one on your family soon.

A closeup shot of a spoon of chicken taco chili with a bowl of it in the background.

Follow this recipe to a "T" or change it up a bit - any kind of bean would work in this one, a spicier canned tomato would work as well. And of course any extra toppings are always fun!

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A college of photos of chicken taco chili.

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