February 2 2018
A few twists on the salty classic that taste just as good.
*Courtesy of Nourish Move Love
Fall is here and rumor has it the temps are going to start cooling off a bit, so it’s time to bust out the crockpot for soup season. Being the freeze bunny that I am, there is nothing I love more than a good, warm bowl of chili for lunch or dinner.
Due to my husband’s dislike for tomatoes and my love of sweet potatoes—this delicious Sweet Potato Turkey Chili was born.
It’s a simple, creamy sweet potato base with ground turkey, onions and black beans (and kale if you’re a little green veggie obsessed like me). It’s a hearty soup, but I like to beef it up by adding a couple cups of cooked quinoa, too. It makes for a super easy dinner that the whole family can enjoy, or a party of 1-2 can make last into a few days of easy, take-to-work lunches.
This Sweet Potato Turkey Chili has become a fall/winter staple in our home; make it on a Sunday and enjoy it all week long.
Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: 20 mins
Total time: 30 mins
*Makes 6-8 servings. Freeze leftovers in individual 1-2 cup servings (in mason jars) or in a larger dish to be re-heated.
**Leftovers make for a super easy take-to-work lunch.
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You Have To Try This Sweet Potato (!) Smoothie