New Year’s White Chicken Chili

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Cook Time 6 hrs
Temp Low

Whether you’re ringing in the year or (finally) resolving to spend more hours with your loved ones and less hours in the kitchen, this is the go-to bowl for you!

Ingredients

  • 1 Pound Boneless skinless chicken breast
  • 1 Packet white chicken chili seasoning mix
  • 1 Medium onion, chopped
  • 1 1/2 Teaspoons Garlic powder
  • 2 Cups Low sodium chicken broth
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1 Teaspoon Cumin
  • 1 Teaspoon Oregano
  • 1 Can Sweet white corn, drained and rinsed
  • 1 Can Black-eyed peas, drained and rinsed
  • 1 Cup Sour cream
  • 1/2 Cup Half and half
  • Garnishes: shredded Monterrey Jack cheese, sour cream, lime wedges

Directions

  1. Step One

    Place chicken breasts in the slow cooker.

  2. Step Two

    Sprinkle entire contents of seasoning packet on both sides of chicken breasts.

  3. Step Three

    Add chopped onion, garlic powder, chicken broth, salt, cumin, and oregano.

  4. Step Four

    Cook on LOW for 3–4 hours, then remove cooked chicken and shred. Return chicken to slow cooker.

  5. Step Five

    Add corn and black-eyed peas, stir well then cook for approximately 3 more hours.

  6. Step Six

    Forty-five minutes before serving, stir in sour cream and half & half. Serve with garnishes and Crockin’ Cornbread, if desired.

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  1. Andrea

    My family loved it! I added pinto beans instead of black eyed peas due to a dislike. I also added green chilies paprika and colby jack cheese into the chili. I loved it and I’ll gladly make it again!

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  2. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Way to go mom! Great to here it was still good after tweaking for you son’s allergies.

  3. Jonai

    Made this tonight and it was a hit. I had to eliminate the half and half and sour cream due to my son’s milk allergy. I also made the black eyed peas myself. I also used homemade stock.I cooked the rest as stated. Will become a regular on the menu.

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  4. Diane P.

    Making this one right now and it smells so good. Just finished shredding the chicken and putting it back in with the corn and black-eyed peas. I used about 1-1/4 lbs of chicken and just seems really thick. Wondering if i should add a little more broth. Any thoughts?

  5. Dannette

    Dannette

    This one is SUPER good!! Thanks Crockin’ Girls for all the hard work you put into getting easy, yummy dinners on the table for our families. Your the BEST!!

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  6. Jennifer K.

    My whole family loved this recipe!! Thank you for all your great recipes!

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  7. Mary Anne

    Delicious! My whole family of 5 loved it, even the picky ones! We added low fat sour cream and 2% milk to make it low fat. It was not a thick chili for us, but more of a stew, maybe because of our additions. Thank you so much, I will make this one again and again!

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  8. Dawn M.

    Hearty and SUPER yummy!!!!!

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  9. Deanna

    My 1st recipie from this site! Super easy – I read the entire recipie before starting :) Started it this a.m. Had my son add the corn & peas when he got home from school. I added the sour cream & I added whipping cream since I didn’t have Half and half when I got home, started the corn bread & walaa! Dinner!! Best part- we have a house guest that my husband insisted would not like it- he ate 2 bowls!! Added plus – my son would NEVER eat blackeyed peas- until tonight ;)

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  10. Cindy

    What is White Chile mix? Haven’t ever seen it before. :(

  11. Kate

    Wow, some people are so rude on this forum.

    If you don’t have anything nice to say, then don’t say it at all! Or stay off the blog.

    Terri shouldn’t be embarrassed that she had to order pizza for NYE; she should be embarrassed at her poor manners and whiny tone her comment has.

    Same goes for Beth. If you really need that much help and clarification to make a recipe that requires a crock pot, maybe join Terri for some pizza….

    Just annoys me. These ladies put a lot of time and energy into making delicious, easy and creative recipes without charging you a fee (like so many other sites do) and people respond back with negative or whiny comments.

  12. Ivy

    This is good. It’s even better with cornbread.

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  13. Rosie S.

    This will be traditional New Year’s Day dinner. It is excellent and flavorful and recipe will definitely be made time and time again.

    If I may, I’d like to mention that anyone that cooks would know that cooking an additional 3 to 4 hours after adding canned ingredients is just a guideline. Common sense always prevails. Taste testing would have saved anyone from a late dinner hour.

    Servings always depend upon how it is served. Use bigger bowls and it doesn’t serve that many. Use as an appetizer and it goes a long way. Again, experience tells you the most.

    Making a homemade chili seasoning mix should be easy but it’s trial and error. store brands have corn starch, cumin, red pepper, onion powder, enriched wheat flour, salt, garlic power, sugar chili peppers, yeast extract, chicken broth (bouillon). Go to work and find what works for you.

    I have used many of the Crockin Girls recipes and have never been disappointed. All of them have been flavorful and easy which is the name of the game. I watch the video, compare to the recipe and go to work. It would be helpful to have the size of cans used but again – one can usually tell about what size from watching the video. If milk is used in place of the half ‘n half, should work out fine but the ending result will taste difference.

    Thank you Jenna and Nicole for all of the hard work you do for us. You don’t deserve the criticism that you got from some. Keep up the great work!

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  14. stacy

    Can milk be subbed for the half and half? It’s not something I normally have on hand and don’t want to spend the money on it if I don’t have to.

  15. Tiffany M.

    So I crocked this according to the original directions…ended up being about 4 hours (total) on LOW. It turned out perfectly! I’m sorry to hear that others got their food on the table late, and some not at all. I bet it would have been ready at the 4 hour mark for them, too. :((

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  16. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    OH NO, TERRI! I’m sorry, too! I have made the changes to the recipe, but I’m so sorry that it was too late for your dinner. I feel horrible!!!!!

  17. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Beth, I am SO SORRY! I have made the changes ~ thank goodness someone showed me how to do this a while back. I really hate that dinner was so late for your family, but if y’all enjoyed the flavor I hope you can forgive us for the inconvenience of eating late and change your rating to reflect the flavor of the chili. If not, I understand, and I hope you continue crockin’ with us. :/ Honestly, Jenna mentions crockin’ for 3 more hours in the video, but you don’t have to…it’s ready after the 3:45 hours on LOW. We’re really sorry for the confusion.

  18. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Jennifer, I just googled “white chicken chili seasoning mix recipe” and came up with several recipes. https://www.google.com/search?q=white+chicken+chili+seasoning+recipe&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

  19. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    About 6-8 servings….it really just depends on how hungry your crew is! It makes quite a bit, though.

  20. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Thank you, Pam, for helping us out!

  21. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Thanks, Rosie!

  22. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Not soon enough for you to avoid disaster, though, Terri. Again…we’re SO SORRY! Did you eat any today? I hope the tasty chili was a little consolation…

  23. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Denise, about 6-8 servings

  24. Terri

    I see you have corrected the recipe…….thanks!

  25. Terri

    This was my first try at a Crockin Girls recipe. I was so disappointed and embarrassed to find out that it took 3 extra hours cooking time after the corn and peas were added. I invited people over for New Years day and had to order pizza!

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  26. Brenda

    Beth, thank you for your comment…I turned my setting to high, so maybe we wont have to wait till 9:00 tonight to enjoy.

  27. Beth

    you need a good editor…the written version of this recipe makes no mention of cooking it for an additional 3 hrs after adding the corn and peas…also, when u mention adding a “can” of an ingredient it would be helpful to tell us the size of the can…i.e. 10 oz of chicken broth. As for the omittance, thanks. instead of having dinner ready at 5:30 today it now looks like we will have to wait til 8:30

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  28. Jennifer

    Ok, I like to cook from scratch so How do I make this without the “chili mix”?

  29. Denise M.

    Question – How many servings does this make?

  30. Pam

    Pam

    Kaci…in the video they say to cook it about 3 hours more after adding the peas and corn. Then 45 minutes before you want to serve it add the sour cream and half-and-half. :)

  31. Rosie S.

    Kaci Lane – of you revisit the video, you will see that you cook on low for another 3 to 4 hours after adding the peas and corn. Then, about 45 minutes prior to serving – add the sour cream and half and half. Hope that helps you. Rosie S.

  32. Kaci Lane

    It doesn’t say how long to cook the peas and corn before the last step. Am I right in assuming I can add those and stir well, then immediately add the sour cream and half-and-half, and then cook 45 more minutes to be done?

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