Crockpot Two Bean Veggie Chili

Crockpot Two Bean Veggie Chili (3)

Despite using my Crockpot quite often, I have only shared one recipe for it on HFM. And it wasn’t even for a meal! (Crockpot Apple Butter if you’re interested).

What’s up with that?

In all honesty, the majority of my Crockpot meals are kind of like an everything but the kitchen sink deal. I’ll just grab and toss whatever remotely sounds like it would work together. No measuring. No nothing. The following chili is just that. I make a different variation of it every single time.Β  If I feel like making Ron happy, I’ll add in shredded chicken or turkey. I’ll be wild and crazy and only do one bean instead of two. I’ll add greens, carrots, broccoli. It’s a very versatile base.

Crockpot Two Bean Veggie Chili (4) | So feel free to make this your own. Use whatever you have on hand. Add, subtract and go nuts.

That’s the beauty of it!

5.0 from 3 reviews
Crockpot Two Bean Veggie Chili
  • 15 oz can Black Beans, rinsed and drained
  • 15 oz can Pinto Beans, rinsed and drained
  • 14.5 oz can Diced tomatoes with garlic and onion
  • 2 Medium Sweet Potatoes, diced
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen corn (I use Trader Joe's Roasted Corn)
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen pepper and onion mix ( I used Trader Joe's Roasted Pepper Mix)
  • 32 oz Vegetable Broth
  • 1 Tbsp Chili Powder
  • 2 tsp Ground Cumin
  • Additional optional toppings:
  • Avocado
  • Cheese
  • Yogurt or Sour Cream
  • Cilantro
  • Crushed Tortilla Chips
  1. Pour all ingredients, except additional optional toppings, into crockpot.
  2. Stir till combined.
  3. Cook 4-5 hours on low setting.
  4. Serve with optional toppings such as avocado, cheese, yogurt or sour cream, cilantro, crushed tortilla chips.

This makes A LOT. My kids will eat a deconstructed version but mostly it’s only Ron and I eating it. We always have leftovers for multiple days afterwards. Which is a good thing. Second day chili is even better than the first in my opinion.


Do you use a Crockpot often?

Do you follow recipes or just dump and toss?

  1. I love my crock pot—this recipe is going to have to become a regular in my menu planning! I usually just dump and toss ingredients into the crock pot because you can rarely go wrong with a soup or chili (it’s usually what I make).
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  2. I use the crockpot about every other week and it does seem like a “dump and go” kind of meal. Oddly, I had a bunch of readers just ask me to do a crockpot recipe roundup. Guess everyone is trying to get inspired.
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  3. i LOVE my crockpot, but i’m much more of a toss and dump kinda gal …. whenever i post things from my crockpot, people are like recipe?? ehhh i can give you the ingredients?? haha
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  4. Dump and toss – that’s my kind of cooking! I would like to use my crock pot more, but my kids are so darn picky. This recipe looks delish; I’ll let my kids have cereal and my husband and I will enjoy it. πŸ™‚
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  5. I love just throwing things in the crockpot! That is the best way to go with what you have on hand! Chilli is a runners perfect meal if plenty of carbs are added (or put underneath on the plate). I enjoyed chilli earlier this week and find it a great warming meal to have after a chilly evening run. Thanks for sharing your version! Given me some new ideas for adding ingredients!
    Tina Muir recently posted..Gluten Free Cooking…10 days inMy Profile

  6. Popped this in the crockpot just now — will be ready in time for lunch! Thanks for the recipe!

    I use my crockpot as much as possible – especially on nights when we will get home late and I need supper on the table ASAP when we get in the door. Lasagna is a favorite. Also make a quick fajita filling: throw some chicken tenders, corn/bean salsa or regular salsa, peppers and onions and it’s ready in just a few hours to shred and put into tortillas. The leftovers in the bottom are the perfect base for a bowl of soup the next day (may need to add a little more broth).

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  9. I can’t stop making this recipe. It’s so good. And even my meat-loving crew enjoys it. Thank you for sharing!

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  16. Canned beans? Canned Tomatoes? with all of the evidence of BPA’s, it would be better to soak your beans, and use tomatoes out of a glass jar…
    just a thought…

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