Weight Watchers Crock Pot Chicken Chili

"2.5 WW points per servings"
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Ready In:
6hrs 10mins




  • In sprayed, nonstick skillet, sear chicken.
  • Add to crock pot with remaining ingredients.
  • Cook on LOW for 6 to 8 hours.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Kim B.
    Is this 0 points?? New to WW.
  2. wolfm2012
    It’s says can of tomato? Is that tomato sauce? Or what type of canned tomatoes?
  3. pamblanton13
    What is the serving size and why is this not 0 points. You are using all 0 point foods Thank you
  4. aladams1207
    I need the nutrition information regarding this dish, it only tells me how many points. I want to created this as one of my foods on my weight watcher app. I joined the WW style points.
  5. Sharon P.
    How big is a serving?


  1. ellie_
    Absolutely delicious and so easy! I use a 28 oz can tomatoes plus 1 can of Rotel tomatoes (10 oz). I also used frozen corn and added some chili powder (about 1 T) because I didn't think it would be hot enought. Wonderful! Packing the leftovers in tuberware containers for lunches. Thanks for sharing!
  2. hspeer
    Not quite a chili for me because it tastes just like my tortilla soup but it is delicious! Very healthy and you don't feel gross after eating. Yea!
  3. CazMo
    I am a major chili fan, so I was a little nervous of straying from my tried and true (and award winning) beef chili. But now that I'm dieting, obviously I needed something a lot lighter. THIS WAS AMAZING! I truly think this is better than any other beef chili I have ever had! I made this for several non-dieting friends and they were floored when I told them this was a WW recipe. Plus, how can you beat a crock pot recipe?!
  4. Kimberly H.
    I did half the tomatoes add Rotel with other half.
  5. kalajijo
    So simple and delicious as well as healthy. I made all kinds of chili but many appear simple but are not. This took literally minutes to assemble and was a satisfying meal.


  1. rinkydynk
    OMG! This is absolutely delicious!! Instead of kidney beans I used black beans with jalepeno peppers (canned). It added a little kick and my 9 yr old asked for seconds so not to spicy. This will go on the list of meals I make at least once a month. Thank you for posting this!


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