This chunky chili uses beer brats for a meaty texture and has a slightly sweet taste backed by a good slow spicy kick.
A spicy chili with a nice smoky flavor. Good served with a slice of garlic bread. Add 1 cup Bullseye(R) BBQ sauce if not using smoked ground beef.
Grab your biggest spoon and dig in to this thick meatless chili.
A thick, flavorful chili that slow cooks while you do eight hours of work or man stuff.
A meatless chili that's full of flavor thanks to chili powder, garlic and oregano.
A meaty chili with big flavor. Eating it is like one of those old TV Batman fight scenes. Chili powder. Pow! Cumin. Thwack! Cayenne pepper. Bam!
This thick chili has plenty of flavor. You'll be counting the minutes 'till you get home with this baby in the slow cooker.
Great turkey chili that takes only a few minutes to prepare; then cooks all day while you're at work or watching several football games.
You'll love the mix of flavors and spices in this simple slow cooker turkey chili. Inspired by Uncle Buck's "Uncle Buck's Crockpot Smokehouse Chili"
Try a stew with a slightly different flavor -- the sweetness of fruit makes this baby really sing. Inspired by Poulsbo-Chuck's "Lamb Stew Moroccan Style."
A packet of ranch dressing adds sneaky flavor to this chili. If you want more spice, add more jalapenos.
Only the most dedicated carnivores should attempt to eat this meaty bowl of red. Inspired by Craig Brandon's "Craig's Cold Snap Chili."
This is as hearty as chicken chili gets. And, like any good man, this chili gets kickstarted by a nice bottle of beer. Inspired by Evan's "Fiesta Red Chicken Chili."
Three great discoveries come together to make this amazing chili -- coffee, cocoa, and chili peppers, all of which reached the English-speaking world just 500 years ago. Between that and football, we're pretty lucky to have been born now. Inspired by REDNECKMACHINIST's "Ken's Texas Chili"
Never used cloves, cider vinegar or chocolate in your chili? Maybe that's what gives it the Cincinnati flair. Serve over noodles, that's how they do it in Cinci. Inspired by Nordicus' "Nordicus' Cincinnati Chili"
If you choose chili for spiciness, stop here. This is the recipe for you. It's basic--just beef, onions, and tomatoes, and then a ton of spice. Keep beer, milk, or the fire extinguisher nearby. Inspired by Chef Tom's "Not For the Faint of Heart Chili."
You ready for the Four Horsemen of the Spice-pocalypse? Green, jalapeno, chipotle and New Mexico pepper come together for this hot bowl of red. Inspired by WileyP's "Quick Chili with Black Beans."
A basic chili that depends on your green chiles. You can roast them yourself for extra smoky flavor. The canned kind works out pretty well, too. Inspired by Johnny V.'s "Pueblo Chili."
Come home to the taste of Santa Fe. This basic black bean chili with New Mexico flavor gets done in your slow cooker while you work. Inspired by WileyP's "Quick Chili with Black Beans."
Simple slow cooker chili served over the new wonderfood with the funny name, quinoa.