Quinoa Chicken Chili

Quinoa Chicken Chili

[Editor's Note: I'm always on the lookout for hearty, healthy dinner options that don't require a lot of work at the end of the day. This slow cooker dish totally fits this bill, providing lots of protein and flavor after it cooks all day on your counter. It's perfect for a chilly, busy week! --Genie]

Slow Cooker Quinoa Chicken Chili

You don't have to cook the quinoa, just rinse it before you put it in the crock pot and it'll cook up perfectly! By the time you're done with all the mom stuff, or work stuff, or whatever you're filling your day with, when dinner time rolls around, it'll be ready without any effort from you. My kind of dinner.

Quinoa Chicken Chili

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