White Chicken Chili Crockpot Recipe!

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Comments (16)
  1. Ami says:

    Very good!! I like more beans so next time I would add 3-4 cans. I drained the corn but not the beans. Still turned out delicious!!

  2. Kat says:

    How many servings??

  3. Mike Edwards says:

    this was amazing. because of fat I substituted 2% greek yogurt (chose a non tart variety that’s local so as not to impart sourness instead of the sweetness of cream cheese) and it was PERFECT.

  4. Lauren says:

    I have a dairy allergy- could I leave out the cream cheese and heavy cream? Would it taste ok without those ingredients?

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      Hi Lauren, I haven’t tried that, but I wonder if you used a dairy substitute like coconut milk, I bet it might work. You might just want to search pinterest for a dairy free option also.

  5. Sharon says:

    I made this chili — it was delicious! I do have one question — when adding the white
    beans do you drain them or add the entire can?

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      I always drain the beans and corn and not the rotel.

  6. Sherry Russell says:

    This was a delicious recipe but I made a couple of mistakes I didn’t drain my beans and I left cream cheese in the refrigerator which I should have left out for room temp because as soon as I put the cheese in there at all clabbered look but it was delicious no complaints on the recipe itself thank you

  7. ARTHUR says:

    White Chicken Chili Crockpot Recipe
    What is the Ro-Tel ingredient. They make lots of different ones and you didn’t specify.
    Thank you

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      You can use the Rotel Original Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies unless you prefer a more mild flavor, you could also use the Mild Diced Tomatoes & Green Chilies. Enjoy!

  8. Nicole says:

    Hello…. how many servings is this ?

  9. Leslie says:

    OH my goodness this chili is so amazing. The best I have ever had. Literally licked the bowl. I made it last weekend and am making it again tonight.

  10. terry says:

    how can I print the recipe?

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      IF you just highlight the text for the ingredients and directions and right click you should have an option to select to print that part only. You can also go back to the recipe post and scroll towards the bottom. There is a printable recipe there now and if you just click on the rectangular box that is turquoise that says Print Recipe that should take you to a printing screen. I hope you enjoy the recipe!

  11. Debra Pitts says:

    This sounds delicious, but you didn’t mention whether or not to drain the corn and/or beans…

    1. I do typically drain those.

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