Easy Crockpot WHITE CHICKEN TACO CHILI. Chicken Taco Chili is one of my favorite chili recipes! It's so good served in a bowl with multi-grain chips, topped with reduced fat cheddar cheese or avocados. Turn your leftovers into next-overs with these easy Chicken Taco Chili Stuffed Peppers!
White chili is made using beans, chicken, broth, and green chili peppers. The dish appears white when cooked and is more of a soup rather than a thickened stew. Delicious creamy white chicken chili made simple in the Crockpot! You can cook Easy Crockpot WHITE CHICKEN TACO CHILI using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Easy Crockpot WHITE CHICKEN TACO CHILI
- It’s 2-3 of Chicken breasts (Frozen).
- You need 1 can of diced tomatoes with green chilis.
- Prepare 1 packet of taco seasoning.
- You need 2 cans of white beans.
- You need 2-3 cans of water.
- You need of Toppings- Sour cream,Tortilla chips,or corn bread.
Besides being delicious and super easy to make, I love how hearty and thick this soup is – thick enough that you could use it as a dip. Fill up a bowl with it and serve with a bag of chips and you'll have the ULTIMATE game day food! After the cooking time is over, take chicken breasts from crock pot and shred and add back to the chili. This creamy white chicken chili is made super easy in your crockpot!
Easy Crockpot WHITE CHICKEN TACO CHILI instructions
- Combine all the ingredients (except for the toppings) into the crockpot. Mix it up a little..
- Cook on low for 6 to 8 hours (or high 3- 4)..
- Once cooked, remove chicken and shred..
- Stir chicken back in the crockpot..
- Serve with your favorite toppings..
- Note- you don’t need a food processor you can shred it with a fork or a blunder. Can also be made in a instant pot..
How to make white chicken chili. I had everything except the green chilies but had green taco sauce and used that. This slow-cooker white chicken chili couldn't be easier. We love the texture it takes on once the beans are partially mashed. It might feel weird to use a potato masher in your slow-cooker, but trust us, it's worth.