Chili is huge in our house and we love it just about any way. A hearty bowl of chili is the perfect dinner when the weather turns cold outside. Whether you like vegetarian, beef, chicken, turkey, white bean or kidney beans, we have the perfect chili recipe for you!

White Bean and Turkey Chili: I like to throw in a little chorizo when I make this chili because it adds just the right amount of spice, but it’s good with or without it. (via Martha Stewart)

Skinny Vegetarian Mexican Chili: You know I love my Skinny Mom recipes, and this chili is no exception! This vegetarian chili practically makes itself! The cheese on top is listed as an optional topping, but there is nothing optional about it in my house!

Find the recipe for this delicious Skinny Mom recipe here!

Cincinnati Chili: My husband is from Columbus, Ohio and loves all things relating to Ohio. I’ll be honest with you if you promise not to tell, Cincinnati chili actually makes me nauseous. This recipe is purely for my man and all you awesome folk that think chili can also be served sweet.  Serve it over spaghetti noodles for that ultimate Cincinnati experience.

Find out how to make Cincinnati Chili here!

Vegetarian Chili with Avocado Salsa: I’m a sucker for avocado. Throw it in my chili? I’m your new best friend. This is another great vegetarian option, and with only 313 calories per serving, you’ll be amazed at just how filling this chili is. The addition of barley thickens it up some and gives it a unique taste that will have you coming back for more. (via MyRecipes)

White Chili: The Pioneer Woman is one of my absolute favorite people to watch cook. Anything she makes could and often does find its way to my table. My boys love the show simply because she lives on a super cool ranch. I can’t argue. That is pretty awesome. Anyway, back to this chili…you’ll love it. Try it. Nuf said. (via ThePioneerWoman)

Chunky Two Bean and Beef Chili: At first glance this recipe looks like a lot of work, but I promise it’s not. If you don’t have red wine on hand, you can substitute with chicken or beef broth. If you’re more of a fan of stew, this is your chili recipe. (via MyRecipe)