A little stout goes a long way to take this meaty chili to another level.
Get the recipe: Beef Chili with Pickled Jalapeños
This recipe is hearty, healthy and unbelievably easy. Perfect for a weeknight!
Get the recipe: Turkey Chili
A little Tex, a little Mex and a whole lotta comfort.
Get the recipe: Tex-Mex Corn Chip Chili
With this recipe, it's easy being green. You can use jarred green salsa or make your own.
Get the recipe: Green Chili
Put your dried red chiles to work in this fiery recipe. Pass the sour cream!
Get the recipe: Smoky Beef Chili
This is a great option for anyone trying to cut back on meat (just a little).
Get the recipe: Tex-Mex Brown Rice Chili
You can use crumbled queso fresco or feta as a garnish — it's all good!
Get the recipe: Black & White Chicken Chili
Carrots, chickpeas and super-tender lamb meat, all topped with a few sprigs of cilantro.
Get the recipe: Moroccan Lamb Chili
Think three's a crowd? Nah, these beans get along just fine!
Get the recipe: Three Bean Chili
It's a classic for a reason! Serve the chilis on the side so folks can take as many as they want (if they dare).
Get the recipe: Beef & Bean Chili
Toasted corn muffins on the side? Yes, please!
Get the recipe: Pork & Black-Eyed Pea Chili
Make this healthy-ish comfort meal your cool-weather family favorite.
Get the recipe: Acorn Squash & Chicken Chili
If you want mild mole, use sweet smoked paprika. Looking for spicy? Chili powder all the way!
Get the recipe: Chicken Mole Chili
Once you try sweet-tart apples on your chili, you won't go back!
Get the recipe: Chipotle Turkey Chili with Apples & Cheddar
Use mixed mushrooms for a variety of umami flavors.
Get the recipe: Mushroom, Ancho & Black Bean Chili
Who says chili is just for winter? Try this light and bright meal on a cooler-than-average summer night.
Get the recipe: Zucchini & Corn Chili
Top this hearty chili with fresh cilantro, chopped red onions, sliced avocado, and crumbled queso fresco.
Get the recipe: Espresso Chili with Beef & Black Beans
Winner, winner, chicken chili dinner!
Get the recipe: White Bean, Chicken & Poblano Chili
Slow cooker tip: set it for four hours if you prefer your vegetables al dente; six if you like them more cooked through.
Get the recipe: Succotash Veggie Chili
Go ahead, serve your chili over cheesy polenta. You deserve it!
Get the recipe: Chorizo & Vegetable Chili in Cheesy Polenta Bowls