This is a sponsored post for Boiron® and PTPA, however, the opinions I have expressed are my own.
School starts next week and I can feel things shifting. Soon, we will be talking about fall and the festivities. Fall is my favorite time of year. It’s so beautiful and the weather cools down here in Phoenix a little. I’ve been eating salads all summer but I love cooking hot food, especially comfort food like soups and chili.
I love a good chili but it has to be spicy and have a kick! I enjoy spicy even more in the fall as it warms my whole body up. I also enjoy freezing chili for later meals. It’s so convenient, especially with the kids back to school.
So, I found a recipe with awesome seasonings like chili powder, paprika, cumin and cayenne pepper. The combo definitely helps heat things up. And this chili recipe has pumpkin to really bring in the fall season.
I used turkey and sausage as I like to follow the Keto or low carb diet. I added veggies, jalapeno and all the chili seasonings.
Then I added pumpkin puree, tomatoes and bone broth. I cooked on low for 30 minutes, stirring from time to time.
This recipe is delicious and if you like spicy, you will love it. However, your stomach might not. Spicy food can do a number on the belly. So I keep Acidil® and Gasalia® handy for moments like these. These quick-dissolving, unflavored tablets melt under the tongue for a convenient and discreet way to relieve indigestion or gas anywhere, anytime.*
Unlike conventional medicine which can be harsh on the body, homeopathic medicines work with the body to help restore balance and relieve symptoms. Boiron uses pure, earth-sourced, pharmaceutical-grade ingredients and the medicines do not have any known drug interactions. It also won’t slow down the absorption of other medications or micronutrients.
So, don’t be afraid to eat spicy, and check out the full recipe below.
- 3T. Chili powder
- 1T. Cumin
- 2T. Paprika
- 1T. Cinnamon
- 1t. Cayenne pepper
- 2t. Salt
- 1 lb. ground turkey
- 1 lb. sausage
- 2c. peppers and onions chopped ( I used a bag of frozen pre chopped peppers and onions)
- 2 chopped jalapeno
- 1 15 oz. can of pumpkin puree
- 2 15 oz. cans of petite tomatoes
- 1c. Chicken bone broth
- Cook turkey and sausage in a large saucepan until browned and drain.
- While your meat is draining in the saucepan add your peppers and onions and cooking until your onions have caramelized.
- In a large pot add your cooked turkey, sausage, and veggies.
- Add chopped jalapeno to the large pot and mix together.
- Mix all chili seasoning ingredients into your large pot and stir.
- Next add pumpkin puree, petite tomatoes and bone both
- Cook on low until for 30 mins. Stirring from time to time
*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.