I’m not a big football fan…it’s not that I don’t like the game, I just never really got into it. My idea of football fandom is crushing hard on the ever-so-sexy Tim Tebow. Never the less, my friends and family get pretty into it and with the Grey Cup rolling around this weekend it will be no exception.
Usually when I am hosting on game night I like to serve the healthy stuff, like nachos and a pot of my Dad’s chili. The best part about these dishes is that they are gluten free and no one thinks twice about it!
What You’ll Need:
- Large crock pot
- 2 Pounds of ground beef or turkey
- 3 large cans of diced tomatoes
- 2 large tins of red kidney beans
- 2 large tins of white kidney beans
- 2 Cups of kernel corn (frozen or canned)
- 2 Packages of Old El Passo Chili Seasoning Mix
Begin by cooking ground beef/turkey until browned, then drain and place into the slow cooker. Next, drain all canned ingredients and add them to the meat. Finally, add your two packages of seasoning to the crock pot and stir well. Replace the lid and cook on medium heat for 4 to 5 hours.
Once cooked, turn your crock pot down low and serve your chili buffet style with some nachos and cheese! If you want to really let the flavour out, cook the night before, cool and reheat in the crock pot the next day.
Now get out those pom poms, cheer your heart out and eat up!