These vegetarian chili recipes can go from mild to spicy in minutes with ingredients like jalapenos and hot sauce that add a kick of flavor. Browse through these vegetarian chili recipes for a mouthwatering treat.See Popular Vegetarian Chili Recipes
Prepare this low-fat chili in your slow cooker. It's richly flavored with tomatoes, beer, chocolate syrup and seasonings.
For a vegetarian chili that's as satisfying as the beef variety, add protein-packed quinoa and black beans.
The beans in this easy meatless chili make it high in protein and fiber.
Once you cut up the vegetables for this meatless chili, your slow cooker will do the rest of the work. Select mild, medium or hot salsa to adjust the "heat."
Packed with lots of vegetables, hearty beans, and the perfect amount of seasoning, this vegetarian chili is so flavorful, no one will miss the meat. And at just over 200 calories per serving, it's a meal-in-a-bowl that satisfies, without the guilt! Fresh cilantro boasts a lively, pungent flavor that goes a long way. When buying, look for leaves with a bright, even color, and no signs of wilting. Store in a plastic bag inside the refrigerator for up to 1 week.
This hearty high-fiber, high-protein vegetarian chili recipe has celery, sweet peppers, tomatoes, and your choice blend of beans, such as kidney, black, northern, pinto, and/or garbanzo.
Fire-roasted tomatoes, a heavy dose of chili powder and rich dark cocoa powder work magic to give this quick chili its all-day-on-the-stove flavor.
This flavorful meatless chili with a twist is ready for the table in just 25 minutes.
Chocolate-flavored syrup adds an intriguing undertone to this Cajun-accented chili recipe.
For a complete meal, serve this spicy meatless chili with fresh-from-the-oven corn bread.
Employ your slow cooker to do almost all of the work for you to create this rib-sticking vegetarian chili. Come dinnertime, set out tortilla chips to scoop up each beany bite or spoon some chili atop a baked white or sweet potato.
Stuff a baked potato with turkey chili and broccoli, then top with cheese for a healthy one-dish dinner.