Why you'll love this recipe:
- This macro friendly chili is ready within 60 minutes from prep, cook time and to the table.
- This dish is hearty and packs so much flavor.
- Both kids and adults love this recipe .. prepare for a bit of a mess with small kids though.
- You can easily add hidden veggies to this dish like bell peppers, zucchini or carrots as desired.
- Using pantry staples this dish is a easy one to always have readily available.
Are you team beans in chili or no beans? Although we spent many years in Texas we are still team beans through and through. This chili is packed with meat, beans and veggies and I guarantee you will not be disappointed with it’s flavor!
Can you freeze this chili?
Definitely. I like using Souper Cubes to freeze soups and stews. They make is really easy to freeze this macro friendly chili in single serve portions. Use code: OHSNAPMACROS10 to get 10% off your first order of Souper Cubes.
What toppings do you put on chili?
We like to use Greek yogurt our sour cream, shredded cheddar cheese, red onion and Sweet Heat Jalapenos. You could also add avocado or even put some corn bread directly into the macro friendly chili and mash it all up! It is delicious with or without toppings.
Do you have to use a Instant Pot?
No! You can make this stove top as well. Simply brown your meat directly in the pan, add all the ingredients and bring to a boil. Once the macro friendly chili is boiling, reduce to a simmer, cover and let simmer for 30 minutes. Be careful not to over simmer as you will loose liquid.
You can also make this in the crockpot. Using the same method as above place the lid o the slow cooker and cook on low for 4 to 6 hours or high for 2 to 3. Again, be careful not to over cook and loose liquid.
Ingredients and Substitutes:
These are the main ingredients and substitutions. See recipe card below for the full list and instrutions for Macro Friendly Chili.
Ground Turkey and Ground Beef: this recipe calls for a pound of lean ground turkey and ground beef. You can substitute with any ground meet like ground chicken or all turkey.
Fire Roasted Tomatoes: a lot of delicious flavor comes from the fire roasted tomatoes. I would only suggest substituting out one can with regular. I have also made this recipe with different flavored diced tomatoes and had great results. Sweet onions and garlic was great.
Green Chilis: you can use green chilis or chopped jalapenos for added spice.
Chili Beans: we love adding beans to our chili and the BUSH’S BEST Mixed Beans in a Mild Chili Sauce. You can substitute with other brands but I have found this one adds the best flavors.
How to make macro friendly chili in the Instant Pot
Turn instant pot to sauté, drizzle the bottom with a smidge of olive oil just to avoid the meat sticking. Add garlic and cook until fragrant.
Add the ground turkey and ground beef to the pot and cook until browned but not fully cooked through.
While still in the sauté function add onions, bell peppers and all remaining ingredients. Stir together well.
Put on the lid and set to pressure cook for 30 minutes. You can let this self release all the way or quick release.
Top with sour cream, greek yogurt, shredded cheese, chopped red onion and/or avocado. A favorite topping of our is the Sweet Heat Jalapenos from Mt. Olive.
If you like this recipe be sure to check out some of our others easy meals!
“ohsnapmacros Macro Friendly Chili”
Macro Friendly Chili
- 1 lbs. lean ground beef 93/7
- 1 lbs. lean ground turkey 99/1
- 1/2 medium yellow onion, chopped
- 1 garlic clove, minced
- 2 bell peppers, chopped (1 green, 1 red)
- 2 cans diced Fire Roasted Tomatoes 14 oz cans
- 1 can tomato paste (6oz)
- 1 can diced green chilies
- 1.5 cups low sodium beef broth
- 1 can BUSH'S BEST Mixed Beans in a Mild Chili Sauce 15.5oz can
- 4 Tbsp. chili powder
- 1 Tbsp. ground cumin
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1 tsp. pepper
- Turn instant pot to sauté, drizzle the bottom with olive oil just to avoid the meat sticking. Add garlic and cook until fragrant.Add the ground turkey and ground beef to the pot and cook until browned but not fully cooked through.
- While still in the sauté function add onions, bell peppers and all remaining ingredients. Stir together well.
- Put on the lid and set to pressure cook for 30 minutes. You can let this self release all the way or quick release.Top with sour cream, Greek yogurt, shredded cheese, chopped red onion and/or avocado. A favorite topping fore this macro friendly chili is the Sweet Heat Jalapenos from Mt. Olive, they add the perfect amount of sweet spice to the dish! Enjoy.
Let me tell you what… this recipe is exactly what chili is supposed to taste like. Grandma’s chili is hard to beat but this chili did it. (Shhh.. don’t tell her.) Thank you for creating such a yummy/easy recipe!
I’ll never tell!!! Amazing, thank you!
I’ll never tell!! Amazing, thank you!
The flavor is amazing, and very easy to put together. Such great macros.
Hi! What was the serving size for this?!!
Listed above the ingredients.
This was delicious! Even my kids loved it! I served it over a baked potato and the flavor was delicious. Do you know the fiber content?
Fiber is listed in the nutrition facts above. 6g per serving.
This chili is my first oh snap macros recipe to try. It was delicious. The whole family enjoyed it which is a huge win in my book.
Thank you for a delicious easy to follow recipe. I’m looking forward to trying more.
How awesome!! Thank you so much, can’t wait to hear how you like the others.
Absolutely amazing! I was a little hesitant at first but it turned out so good. Even my husband who hates vegetables loved it. It made a huge batch so we saved some for leftovers and put the remainder in the freezer for another time. Also I made it in a Dutch oven and it turned out perfect.
This was absolutely delicious! Served it over cauliflower rice! Couldn’t have been better!
Making this for the 2nd time to serve for extended family get together tonight. Delicious!
Hi! I love beans, they don’t love me. Can I omit or it would change flavor too much?
You can omit!
This is my new go-to chili recipe. It’s so good and so easy. I appreciate how it has the perfect amount of beans and veggies. Thanks again for keeping us warm as it gets cooler!
Absolutely delicious! I have one chili recipe that I swore I’d never deviate from but it’s cold and snowy/rainy and figured I’d give this one a try because it was macro friendly and perfect weather for chili, and let me tell you, it did not disappoint. Super easy and so flavorful even my 5.5 and 7 year olds loved it!
I made this on the stovetop and it turned out great! It’s flavorful and meaty and I love the macros. My husband enjoyed it too, so 4 thumbs up from us! My new go-to chili recipe for sure! Thank you!
Second recipe of yours I have tried. This is the best chili I have ever made. So full of flavour! Loved that I could do it in my instant pot. I am definitely going to be trying more of your recipes. Have loved the two I have tried so far!
This chili recipe is fantastic!!! We have it on repeat! One question- When I measure the total grams and divide by 10 for servings, my grams/serving are quite a bit less than yours. The only thing I did differently was I cooked it on the stovetop. Normal to get different serving sizes?
Yay!! Very common! This is exactly why I stress weighing your final dish and dividing it by servings for the serving size. There are so many factors but this likely just means you evaporated more liquid than I did especially with using the stovetop. 🙂 Glad you loved it!