Perfect for large gathering, these chili recipes will keep everyone earm and full.
Cost per serving: $1.91
Warm up on a cool night with this hearty dish, full of meat and protein-packed beans.
Recipe: Old-Fashioned Chili
Cost per serving: $2.12
Vary the taste by swapping out beer and using the same amount of low-sodium beef broth instead.
See recipe: Chili con Carne
Cost per serving: $1.58
This slow-cooker favorite calls for two bone-in chicken breasts. To make it with leftover or rotisserie chicken, skip the step where you brown the meat, and simply add the leftover chicken to the mixture as is.
See recipe: White Bean and Chicken Chili
Cost per serving: $1.37
If you're craving comfort food, this recipe is sure to hit the spot! For extra flavor, sprinkle the top with additional Cheddar before the final 10 to 15 minutes of cooking time.
See recipe: Turkey Chili Cheese Pie with Cornmeal Crust
Cost per serving: $1.50
This easy one-dish dinner can be spooned over brown rice, or with warm corn tortillas or cornbread on the side.
See recipe: Turkey, Squash and Black Bean Chili
Cost per serving: $1.51
Made with canned beans and tomato soup, this recipe is great for feeding a crowd. Make it con carne or skip the ground beef and go vegetarian.
See recipe: Three-Bean Chili
Cost per serving: $1.05
Serve this chili over spaghetti and sprinkle with grated Cheddar for authentic Cincinnati flavor.
See recipe: Cincinnati Chili
Cost per Serving: $1.39
Chili can be cheaper (and healthier) when you make it with ground chicken instead of ground beef. And this chili is great for a last-minute supper because all the ingredients are items that you can keep on hand in either the freezer or pantry.
See recipe: Low-Fat Chicken Chili
Cost per serving: $1.94
Warm up after trick-or-treating with this hearty dish. Prepare the chili the day before you plan to serve it so the flavors have time to develop, and reheat it just before you put it on the table.
See recipe: Black Bean and Butternut Squash Chili