My Dad was at the supermarket recently, and attached to one of the coupon booklets by the front door was a recipe for Pumpkin Turkey Chili. If you don’t have a crockpot you can make this over the stove in a large pot and just let it simmer for a few hours.
This crockpot turkey pumpkin chili will warm you right up! For paleo: omit kidney beansAdapted from Whole Foods. You can plug turkey into your normal beef chili recipe, but it might not do a very good job as a stand-in. For the pumpkin puree you’ll want to roast some fresh pumpkin and then puree it rather than going with canned pumpkin puree. This Crock Pot chili lets you take it easy and do other things while it cooks for several hours. Chili and Paleo work extremely well together because it’s a great way to mix a lot of meat with a lot of vegetables. Crock-Pot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili Using a Crock Pot makes this an easy chili to get on board with.
Oh dear Lord, not another Paleo chili recipe! I make my own avocado cream all the time for turkey burgers and fish tacos. Next time, I will brown up the meat and add all the ingredients to a crock pot for a weeknight meal, to let all the flavors meld together. Add turkey and cook until browned. Add tomatoes, pumpkin, water, chili powder, cumin, salt and pepper and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium low and add beans. A chili for autumn! Turkey, pumpkin, and traditional chili ingredients go together well in this spicy concoction. Laura’s Quick Slow Cooker Turkey Chili.