Crockpot Chili with Kroger
Every now and then I desire a nice warm hearty meal. One of my go to crockpot meals during cool weather is a nice homemade bowl of chili. I love it because not only is inexpensive and easy to make, but it’s delecious.
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As you know we are always looking for less expensive ways to provide for our families. If you live in an area where you have a Kroger’s Grocery Store then get ready to head out or you can do like I did and order for delivery with InstaCart and gather all ingredients for your next dinner! InstaCart is awesome to have your groceries delivered right to your door.
So you mean to tell me I can clean my house and spend time with my family while someone else does my grocery shopping?
Yes! That’s exactly what I’m saying! I spent a total of $10.41 pre-tax for everything to make this meal minus the garlic and seasoning I already had at home. Now that’s a WIN! I love shopping at Kroger because they offer a great price for their items in comparison to major brands without sacrificing the quality of food.
Kroger also has a Kroger app for you to download where you can store coupons, build a shopping list, order for curbside pickup, and more right from your phone to prepare before heading to the store. While you're there don’t forget to sign up for the Kroger plus card to get special in-store discounts on select items while gaining fuel points and rewards.
Let’s Get Started!
Feeds Family of 3-4.
Ground Beef or Turkey
1 Yellow Onion
1 Green Pepper
1 Packet Chili Seasoning
Seasoning - Garlic Powder, Seasoning Salt, Black Pepper, Everyday Seasoning
1 Can 15.5oz Dark Kidney Beans
1 Can 15.5oz Light Kidney Beans
1 Can 14.5oz Diced Tomatoes
2 Cans 15oz Tomato Sauce
Shredded Cheder Cheese
Prep your crockpot with these amazing crockpot liners . The Reynolds Crockpot Liners are a must have item in the kitchen for me it makes storing my leftovers a breeze and clean up super easy and quick!
Prepare Your Meat
Chop onion and Green Pepper
Add meat to skillet and begin to ground
Add 1 tablespoon of garlic
Add green pepper and onion
Ground and mix together. Cook until meat is done.
After your meat is prepared it is time to get everything in your crockpot.
Open all your canned items with a can opener.
Using a strainer you are going to drain your beans diced tomatoes, and meat. Once drained you will add them to the crockpot along with the tomato sauce and seasoning packet.
Stir and cover and allow to cook for 4-6 hours.
Serve and Enjoy!
You can serve your chili with crackers or even some warm cornbread to really give it it a fall feel.