Low Carb No Bean Chili Recipe

My husband doesn't eat beans on his low carb diet, but he loves chili, so I developed this simple recipe Low Carb No Bean Chili Recipe

Winter is the perfect time for a cozy bowl of chili. 

My husband doesn’t eat beans on his low carb diet, but he loves chili, so I developed this simple recipe. 

He asks for it almost every time I go shopping! 

It’s loaded with veggies both because they’re healthy and to help it stretch further without having to spend a lot filling it up with meat.  

Give it a try on your next snowy day!

Low Carb No Bean Chili Recipe

Ingredients

1 lb. ground beef
1 lb. ground pork
2 cans diced tomatoes
2 packets chili seasoning mix
2 bell peppers, diced
1 large onion, diced
16 oz. sliced mushrooms
hot sauce (optional)

Instructions

Cook the ground beef and pork thoroughly.

Add remaining ingredients except hot sauce, stir well, and simmer one hour or until veggies are tender.

Alternatively, put cooked meat and raw veggies in crock pot on high for about 4 hours or low for eight hours.

Serve with hot sauce.

Notes

I don’t make a very spicy chili because my children don’t like spicy, but serving hot sauce on the side let’s each person adjust the heat to their liking.

Most soups and chilies improve with sitting for a day, so I make this the night before if possible for full flavor.

Lower Carb Chili
A lower carb, no bean veggie chili.
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Ingredients
  1. 1 lb. ground beef
  2. 1 lb. ground pork
  3. 2 cans diced tomatoes
  4. 2 packets chili seasoning mix
  5. 2 bell peppers, diced
  6. 1 large onion, diced
  7. 16 oz. sliced mushrooms
  8. hot sauce (optional)
Instructions
  1. Cook the ground beef and pork thoroughly.
  2. Add remaining ingredients except hot sauce, stir well, and simmer one hour or until veggies are tender.
  3. Alternatively, put cooked meat and raw veggies in crockpot on high for about 4 hours or low for eight hours.
  4. Serve with hot sauce.
Notes
  1. I don't make a very spicy chili because my children don't like spicy, but serving hot sauce on the side let's each person adjust the heat to their liking.
  2. Most soups and chilies improve with sitting for a day, so I make this the night before if possible for full flavor.
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