I love healthy, clean eating recipes and I wanted to share one of my favorite quick clean eating meal ideas—this clean eating turkey chili recipe that you can make in your slow cooker!
Clean Eating Turkey Chili Recipe
I love using ground turkey in my chili because it contains less fat than ground beef but still gives carnivores a satisfying meal option. That said, you can always skip the meat and add extra beans!
I’ve tried so many different varieties of chili in my life. The thing I love about chili is how completely customizable it is. My clean eating turkey chili recipe is perfect for my family, but feel free to go wild and make it your own by adding or subtracting your favorite ingredients.
Whether you subscribe to a clean eating lifestyle or you just appreciate a delicious bowl of chili, you’re going to love this recipe. It is absolutely yummy on its own, but if you wan to send it over the top while still keeping it clean, you can add some diced avocado to the top.
It’s a great way to add some creaminess and an extra blast of nutrition.
Speaking of nutrition, you’re also going to want to bookmark or pin my amazing easy vegan chili recipe. If you’ve ever thought about incorporating more plant-based meals into your weekly routine, it’s a great recipe to start with.
Of course, certain members of my family won’t eat a bowl of chili unless it’s smothered in cheese and sour cream. That’s an option, too! :)
I hope you love my scrumptious clean eating turkey chili recipe. Be sure to let me know how it turned out for you in the comments below.
Clean Eating Turkey Chili Recipe
- 2 lbs. 99% fat free ground turkey breast
- 1 large yellow onion diced
- 2 garlic cloves finely chopped
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 3 cups water
- 1 6 oz. can tomato paste
- 1 28 oz. can crushed tomatoes
- 1 15 oz. can diced tomatoes
- 2 15 oz. cans black beans, rinsed
- 1 cup frozen corn
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 2 tablespoons chili powder
- 2 teaspoons cumin
- Add olive oil, onion and garlic to a large skillet and saute 3 to 4 minutes until slightly tender. Add ground turkey and cook until done, crumbly and brown. It should not be necessary to drain.
- Add the meat mixture to the crockpot. Add the remaining ingredients starting with the water. Stir until blended.
- Cover and cook on high for 3 to 4 hours, or 6 to 8 hours on low.
41 Comments on “Clean Eating Turkey Chili Recipe”
Love this chili it something I can eat days in a row and not get tired of it.
Can I make this stovetop instead of crockpot?
I am tracking calories for a health condition. Can someone provide the serving size and calories per serving? Thanks!
Yes I do all the time!
Hello, just so you know this is my favorite recipe for chili, always. My question is, how many servings and calories per serving?
Thank you in advance
I made it with 1.75 lbs Turkey (package from Costco) minus the corn and with 6 servings my fitness pal came out to 413 calories 47g carbs 9.5g fat and 37g protein. This may vary slightly on ingredients used.
I would like to make this next week but we’re a family of 2 and my husband doesn’t eat chili. Can I cut this recipe in half? Do I need to adjust cooking times by much?
Are there updated cooking instructions to make this recipe in the instant pot?
Saw this recipe today and made it for dinner tonight. YUMMY, YUMMY,YUMMY‼️?? I have to tell you I was a little hesitant to use cumin. Would not change a thing. The flavor of this chili was fabulous‼️ 5 stars for me?? Looking forward to trying more of your dishes?
I made this delicious chili for meal prep this week!!!! I can’t find the nutritional valies. Please advise.
Did you ever find out the nutritional value?
Love it!!! Delish??. What is serving size and calorie count?
should I reduce water amount if I plan to add beans after crockpot cooking and eliminate the corn all together?
I added 8 jalapenos. 2 habs turned out great!
Made this and trust I am not a cook – easy and very tasty – added some hot sauce :) Thank you for sharing!
I made this and we have 6 people in our family and there were left overs for all 6 of us again! It’s so yummy. I cooked on stovetop on medium for about an hour and used extra can of black beans.
Did we find or how many this serves? Can’t seem to find an answer.
Same question. How many servings is this recipe?
How would this cook on the instant pot? How long?
Same as a slow cooker. Hit the slow cook feature and adjust time. You would sauté the meat first to brown and the veggies, etc.
Can I cook this faster on the stovetop??
hi! instead of using tomato paste, can I used red sauce?
Should be fine, maybe not as thick, but the flavor will be good. :)
I made this recipe, wow it was so amazing!! My whole family loved it!! Can you tell me the nutrition facts?
How many servings is this?
Made this for my husband and I and had enough to take some to a home bound neighbor. Big Hit!
Making this today Thank You!!
Do u have to cook the turkey first or can u just throw it all in the crock pot?
You need to cook it first, per the instructions! :)
Would it make a huge difference if I used canned corn instead of frozen corn?
not at all!
I would also like to know how many this serves…..?
This recipe looks really good because I love ground turkey. I forget about using it, but I always like it when I use it because it’s has a light flavor . I definitely need to try this recipe!
I’m making this for meal prep for the week & for dinner. Can you tell me the serving size please? Thank you
I made this tonight and with some modifications, it was the best chili! I halved the recipe, except for the corn and the spices. I used an entire can of corn and doubled the spices. I cooked it on the stove top due to time and it was so, so good! Will make again.
I made this for dinner and it was awesome. I only had a pound of turkey so I halved it and it still made about 3 servings. I added fresh cut avocado and it was delicious! Thanks!!
How many does this serve?
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Hello, can you tell me how many servings this makes?
I made your chili on Saturday and it turned out great! It didn’t look quite as pretty as yours but it sure tasted fantastic.???? I’m usually not a big chili fan but my hubby is, so I thought he’d like it (and he did!) To my surprise I loved it – so much lighter than traditional!!????
Thx for the awesome recipe!