Nothing is better at warming you up and helping you feel cozy on a cold, snowy Wisconsin day like a hearty bowl of chili. My kids give this chili recipe 4 out of 5 thumbs up – which means it is pretty darn good!
For the ultimate comfort meal, serve the chili over baked sweet potatoes or mashed potatoes. If you aren’t eating gluten-free, it goes without saying that a slice of fresh baked bread would be an excellent chili-dipper!
I personally struggle with low iron levels, so chevon (aka goat meat) has been my go-to protein lately. Pasture raised goat is higher in iron than beef and holds together very nicely in chili, soups, and stews. You can use any ground or cubed meat and still end up with an easy, delicious chili to warm your soul. If using as a slow cooker freezer meal, I suggest a more lean meat such as our grass-fed goat or lamb – ground chicken or turkey would be great options as well.