This Weight Watchers Slow Cooker chili is a perfect addition to your fix it and forget it Weight Watchers recipe collection! Don't you love the feeling of putting everything in that slow cooker and letting it do the work for you?
Okay, we do have to add the ingredients. And there may be a little chopping to do. But for the most part, this is the easiest way to get dinner on the table.
I love my slow cooker, and it's not even one of the newer models! Have you seen what the latest and greatest slow cookers can do? This Calphalon Digital Sauté Slow Cooker does it all! You can sear, brown, sauté, and slow cook all in one pot. It makes life so much easier. I'm putting it on my wishlist!
I do love that this slow cooker has latches that keep it tightly closed for travel, and it's easy to program. I guess it's not that much work to brown the beef beforehand for this slow cooker chili, but I like not having an extra pan to wash.
Easy Slow Cooker Chili Recipe
Easy Slow Cooker Chili
- 1 pound ground beef 93% lean
- 1 T chili powder
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp oregano
- 30 ounce black beans rinsed
- 30 ounce tomatoes diced
- 1/2 cup beef broth
- 1 tbsp cilantro fresh
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- Add chili powder, cumin, and oregano. Mix well.
- Add black beans.
- Add tomatoes
- Add broth
- Add salt and pepper.
- Continue according to your slow cooker directions, usually about 8 hours on low.
This slow cooker chili recipe is SO easy and it's just 3 Freestyle Points on Weight Watchers!
Top with chopped cilantro just before serving. Remember to only chop the cilantro once! Chopping it more reduces the flavor. I learned that when a chef in Mexico taught me how to make this seafood salad recipe.
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Need More Weight Watchers Recipes?
I've always liked Weight Watchers, so I've accumulated quite a few recipes. Start your day with these Weight Watchers bread recipes, perfect for breakfast. Think zucchini bread, banana bread, and more!
These Weight Watchers Wraps are perfect for lunch.
These chicken Weight Watchers recipes will give you a lot of options for easy and healthy meals your whole family will love. That's the beauty of Weight Watchers. It's real food everyone can eat.
And if you're gluten-free, there are a lot of gluten-free Weight Watchers recipes, too.
Weight Watchers Desserts
Keep those points low and you'll have enough leftover to have dessert! Who says you can't have dessert when you're watching your weight? As long as you have recipes for Weight Watchers chocolate desserts, you've got options besides those fat-laden cookies your husband is eating. (Or is it just my husband?!)
For those of you who don't love chocolate (Wait. What?!) check out these Weight watchers desserts under 4 points!
What's your favorite Weight Watchers recipe? Share in the comments so I can try it, too!