Crock Pot White Chicken Chili

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Thank you to Kristen from the wonderful website Iowa Girl Eats for this yummy Crock Pot White Chicken Chili. It can be daunting to find the perfect healthy crock pot meals to serve for meal time around home. There are so many amazing and easy crock pot meals and crockpot meal ideas out there, it can be hard to just choose a few to try. Great crock pot recipes can especially be found in high numbers on the internet, on food blogs and recipe websites. On the Iowa Girl Eats website, Kristen had been asked by her readers to add in more new crock pot recipes into her regular posts, so that is when she came up with this awesome chili chicken which is one of her chicken crock pot recipes. If you are craving a dish that is really hearty, yet has lighter meat in it, this chicken chili crock pot recipe is the perfect recipe for you to try out and test out on your family. Chili chicken is one of those great meals that has incredible flavour, plus it is very healthy for you too. Chili always has a lot of great ingredients in it including amazing herbs and spices, and this chicken chili is no different. Packed with flavour from garlic, shallots and onions, your house is going to smell amazing while cooking this chicken chili up for dinner. The crock pot recipe will have this dish ready after a long busy day, which is when crock pot meals come in so handy.

Kristen eats a mainly gluten free diet, so she doesn't use a lot of sugar, flour or anything with yeast in it, which is great for people who are gluten intolerant. So its wonderful that Kristen has so many awesome gluten free recipes on her website, for those who like to stay gluten free. In the recipe she uses gluten free canned soup, as well as gluten free flour. Sometimes there can be yeasts added to canned chicken soup to enhance the flavour and preserve the broth, so if you are gluten free, then make sure you get the gluten free canned soup. You can also use this broth in other recipes with chicken broth. There are a few different kinds of gluten free flour, gluten free flour mix as well as some gluten free all purpose flour mix, but she uses brown rice flour.

In this awesome chicken chili recipe, she also incorporates almond milk. Almond milk is an excellent alternative for cow dairy and can be used in any recipe that calls for milk. It Almond milk nutrition consists of many nutrients that impact the body in a positive way, including calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, and zinc. Almond milk is also quite low in fat but it is high in protein and dietary fibre. The almond milk nutrition label on the container that it comes in has all of the almond milk nutrition facts so that you can determine exactly what amounts of each nutrient is in that particular package. Its great to check the almond milk nutrition label just to make sure that it doesn't include any ingredients you are trying to avoid. Another great ingredient in this chicken chili crock pot recipe is great white northern beans which give another great level for flavour and texture to the crock pot chicken chili.

This is a fabulous crock pot chicken recipe for those chilly days when you want a nice, warm and filling meal. While you are over checking out Kristen's website, you will find other crock pot recipes for chicken in her archives. If you like to serve chicken and you love crock pot recipes, you will be really happy to have been introduced to her website as she has plenty of good crock pot recipes for us to try. **

Nutrition Facts for:Crock Pot White Chicken Chili From Iowa Girl Eats
Ingredients: Chicken breasts, canned great northern beans, chopped green chilies, jalapenos, shallot or onion, garlic cloves, cumin, salt, pepper, dried oregano, chicken broth, lime, milk, flour.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 391, Calories from Fat 103, Total Fat 11.5g 18%, Saturated Fat 3.0g 15%, Cholesterol 102mg 34%, Sodium 812mg 34%, Potassium 1213mg 35%, Carbohydrates 34.0g 11%, Dietary Fiber 12.8g 51%, Sugars 15.2g, Protein 41.5g, Vitamin A 168%, Vitamin C 57%, Calcium 11%, Iron 30%

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