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The weather is finally starting to cool down and fall is in the air. I am finally able to make soups and chili without my husband complaining about me trying to make him die of heat stroke, which is wonderful!

I had a refrigerator full of peppers and needed something to do with them STAT so I made this chili, and it was so delicious I decided to share with you.

This chili is also GAPS legal as long as you can eat night shades. I added a dollop of sour cream to add some probiotics and it was pure deliciousness.

 

 

Natural Mamma’s Paleo Chili

1lb Cubed Beef
2lb Ground Beef
1 Medium Butternut Squash Cubed
2 Onions Finely Chopped
6 Garlic Cloves Finely Chopped
2 Red Bell Peppers
1 Orange Bell Pepper
2 Hatch Green Chilis
1 Habanero Pepper
1c Shredded zucchini
1 Quart Homemade Bone Broth
1 can Organic Tomato Sauce
Chilli powder, Paprika, and Salt to taste.

Delicious!

Brown the meat and put it in the crock pot, cook onions and garlic until transparent and into the crock pot. Roast the peppers in the oven, skin and into the crock pot.  Add zucchini, broth, tomato sauce and seasonings. I add seasonings after it has had time to cook to see how spicy the peppers make it. I barely needed any this time around. Habanero are HOT. Cook on medium for 2-4 hours (as long as you need really, everything is cooked it is just blending flavors in the crock pot.) and enjoy !

As I have said before, I am not a food blogger. I cook from the heart so please take this recipe and run with it. Let me know what you come up with!

What is your favorite legume free chili recipe to enjoy when the nights turn cold?

 

This blog shared on: Fill Those Jars Friday, Snack Time Saturday Tiny Tip Tuesday, Living Green Tuesday, Homestead Barn Hop, Anti-Procrastination TuesdayFat Tuesday, Kids in the Kitchen, Tempt My Tummy Tuesday , Traditional Tuesdays,  Hearth and Soul, Old Fashioned Recipe Exchange Frugal Days Sustainable WaysSuper Linky Party, Healthy 2 Day, Whats Cooking WednesdayWhole Food Wednesday, Real Food WednesdayNatural Living Link Up

About Amanda

Amanda is a mother of two amazing toddlers. She is an herbalist, natural living guru, and real food, gluten free eating pro. She loves to help educate others on how to take control of their own health through natural living, real food, herbs, essential oils, and most of all - a positive mind set. Her other business Natural Herbal Living Magazine is all about helping people learn about how to use one herb a month on a deep and profound level.
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20 Responses to Delicious Paleo Chili

  1. Delicious #Paleo Chili #Recipe. You will love it and all of the tasty goodness! http://t.co/6yQalTZw #gaps #realfood #nomnom

  2. Mmmm… Love chili. This looks yummy!

  3. This chili looks great! Thanks for sharing your paleo version and for linking to Tempt My Tummy Tuesday.

  4. Margaux says:

    We’re a vegetarian fam but I could definitely substitute the book for meat substitute. Looks great! I’d love if you came and shared at out healthy food link party! http://www.youngnesters.net/2012/09/snacktime-saturday-week-2.html

    • Margaux says:

      Oh I also meant to mention I’m stopping by from Tiny Tip Tuesday at Nature’s Nurture!

    • Amanda says:

      I will do that thanks! Yes that is the best thing about cooking, we can take recipes and make them our own! Be it vegetarian, paleo, gluten free, gluten filled, we can modify food for our own needs. Love it!

  5. We don’t do chili anymore since the kids came along which is a shame because I love chili. Thanks for the inspiration to try it again.

  6. This looks delicious!!!
    Thanks for sharing with my Super Link Party! 🙂

  7. I have never had a chili with both cubed and ground meat, but I like the idea of the variation in textures a lot. I like the peppers and vegetables you have used as well.

  8. Mmmm I love chili. This recipe sounds delicious. Thanks for linking up to Healthy 2Day Wednesday!

  9. Looks delicious! Nice hearty bowl of chili.

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