Once Fall officially sets in with cooler weather and shorter days, to me there’s nothing better than a pot chili for dinner. We love making chili in our house. I have a wonderful, very simple chili recipe that my family and friends absolutely love. There’s just one problem. I can’t eat it anymore because it’s not gluten-free.
Before I really figured out how to cook gluten-free, I would make this original chili recipe for my family every fall just because they love it so much. But to be completely honest, it was so difficult watching them eat and enjoy it while I made something separate for myself. Do you ever feel left out because of your food allergies? I felt this way so often at the beginning of my journey with food allergies. This is why I set out to learn how to cook gluten-free and allergy-friendly. To share that knowledge with others like me. Like you.
I made up a new, gluten-free, chili recipe based on the old one. For this one, I added a little more spice, and of course, it’s gluten-free so I can eat and enjoy it with my family too. This chili gets its spiciness from the red chili pepper. I also use my Gluten-Free, Barbecue, Spice Mix that gives it a little extra kick. This recipe is simple to make and a perfect dinner for a cool fall evening. I like to serve it with gluten-free tortilla chips and a sprinkle of dairy-free cheese.
Whether you’re serving this chili for a cozy evening with your family or a group of friends, this gluten-free chili is sure to keep you all connected.
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