Healthy Chili Recipe

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Healthy Chili

Janet Gann


This is a Weight Watchers recipe, with a little of me added in. It is great for chilly weather, it's high in fiber and protein so it is good for you and it fills you up without you feeling guilty. It's really hard to believe that it is so good by reading the ingrediants, but trust me it is.

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10 Min
45 Min


1-8ooz can(s)
tomatoe sause
1 can(s)
rotel tomatoes
1-15oz can(s)
whole kernel corn (drained & no salt added)
1-15oz can(s)
black beans (drained and rinsed)
beef stock, unsalted
yellow squash (large dice)
zucchini squash (large dice)
celery (chopped)
chili mix
ground turkey or chicken breast


1First brown the meat with whatever spices you like, I like salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion flakes. While the meat is browning, chop you vegetables. After the meat is browned, I like to add all my raw vegetables and give them a little stirfry then I add my beef stock, then tomatoes and tomatoe sause, corn and black beans and chili mix. Cook until the raw vegetables are cooked and serve.
2I personally like to make it the night before and let it sit over night, chili's, spaghitti, lasagnia, always seem to be better the next day, but it is great for a quick dinner and better yet it is really good for you.
Sometimes in the mornings, I prepare 1/4c. egg beaters and mix the two together, it's good over rice, with a little cheese, avacodo. I prepared it with a very lean pork tender loin last night, and it was fantastic. If you don't have Rotel Tomatoes you can use salsa, I personally use the Leal's brand but any kind will do, just as long as it don't have to much sodium in it. Don't forget to season your layers as you go.
Happy 1 Point chili eating everyone.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken, Turkey, Chili
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy