Slow Cooker Meatless Chili

2 Reviews / 3 Average
My daughter recently had her braces adjusted. On our tour of soft foods, I made this slow cooker meatless chili based on a recipe from my first cookbook. I love that this requires no prep, just toss all ingredients into the crockpot and let it do all the work for you! Make sure to pair with a side of homemade cornbread to complete your dinner.
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Slow Cooker Meatless Chili in a bowl topped with sour cream, avocado, and cilantro.

My daughter recently not only got her braces tightened, but had rubber bands added to connect her top and bottom teeth. BOY, was her mouth sore—much more than a normal tightening, she said. So on our tour of soft foods (including plenty of smoothies, applesauce, and soup), I made a slow cooker version of the vegetarian chili from my first cookbook that she loves and even pureed it for her with a little sour cream mixed in. It worked like a charm, so I thought I’d share this version with you as well. Enjoy!

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8 thoughts on “Slow Cooker Meatless Chili”

  1. 1 star
    Disappointed, followed the recipe as written. There was way too much tomato and not enough beans.

    1. Sorry to hear you weren’t pleased with it. Feel free to adjust to your liking next time. – Nicole

    1. Hi Heidi, unfortunately, we aren’t sure about that as Lisa isn’t a fan of the Instant Pot. I would search online to see similar recipes that use the Instant Pot that might work. – Nicole

  2. I’m excited by this recipe. We eat vegan 4 days out the week and I’m always looking for flavorful ways to alter recipes. Thank you.

  3. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us its sound delicious slow cooker meatless chilli but my question is that my wife is stomach cancer stage II, survivor she can eat this or not. From a recipe, its look like a healthy food but I don’t know she can take this much spice in that condition.

  4. I made this today and my 12 year old is on his second bowl! I think I should have made a double batch. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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