Have leftover chili? Use those spicy leftovers to make this simple Crock Pot Chili Soup. This easy set it and forget it slow cooker recipe is economical and comforting on a cold winter day!
Got leftover chili? Make Crock Pot Chili Soup with just a few additional ingredients. Chili can be made in a variety of ways with many different kinds of meats or you can make it vegetarian. That is why everyone loves chili because it is so versatile. Adding an assortment of different beans really makes chili a good choice if you’re looking for more protein in your diet. But what do you do to make that leftover chili a brand new meal for the next night?
With the cold weather upon us, soup is such a comforting meal to come home to after a busy day. That’s what makes this Crock Pot Leftover Chili Soup one of our cold-weather favorites. You can eat this soup with low sodium crackers or top with a little cheese if you prefer. This soup is simple and economical, and a delicious way to use up those leftovers!
- Leftover chili
- 1 large can of tomato juice
- An additional can or two of beans, your choice
- Chili seasoning to taste
- Add all ingredients into the Crock Pot.
- Simmer on low 3-5 hours.
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