Fast & Healthy Fire-Roasted Veggie Chili Recipe

Jan 3 2023
Who’s hungry for our FIRST new recipe of 2023!? Set yourself up for healthy-eating success with a pot of this 20-minute fire-roasted veggie chili. Ingredients like canned fire-roasted tomatoes and jarred roasted red peppers are a great way to infuse extra flavor into quick-cooking dishes… Give it a try, and then share the recipe with a friend!

Hungry Girl's Healthy Fire-Roasted Veggie Chili Recipe

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1/6 of recipe (about 1 cup): 185 calories, 0.5g total fat (0g sat. fat), 746mg sodium, 35g carbs, 9g fiber, 8g sugars, 9.5g protein

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Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 15 minutes


1 cup chopped mushrooms

1 cup chopped onion

1 tbsp. chili seasoning, divided

Two 15-oz. cans black beans, drained and rinsed

One 14.5-oz. can fire-roasted diced tomatoes (not drained)

1 1/2 cups canned crushed tomatoes

1/2 cup frozen sweet corn kernels

1/2 cup jarred roasted red peppers, drained and chopped

Optional toppings: chopped scallions, light sour cream


Bring a large pot sprayed with nonstick spray to medium-high heat. Add mushrooms, onion, and 1 tsp. chili seasoning. Cook and stir until mostly softened, 4–6 minutes.

Add remaining ingredients, including the remaining 2 tsp. chili seasoning. Raise heat to high. Stirring occasionally, cook until veggies are tender and chili is hot and well mixed, about 5 minutes.


HG Tip: This recipe works with any frozen corn, but for added flavor, try a roasted variety like the one from Trader Joe’s.

Tips & Tricks for Chili Days!

Pump up the protein. To make this recipe extra satisfying, stir in some chopped or shredded chicken, meatless crumbles, or lean ground meat.

Turn it into a taco salad. Spoon your chili over a bed of lettuce. Shredded cheese and sour cream toppings optional but encouraged!

Fill a baked potato. Make room for chili in your spuds! Once again, cheese and sour cream are invited to the party.

Whip up a hearty omelette. Cook up some egg whites, egg substitute, or eggs, then stir in or top off with chili.

When in doubt, freeze those leftovers. Divide cooled servings into microwave-safe containers before freezing. Then thaw overnight in the fridge, or just vent the lid and microwave until hot.

Chew on this:

Mmmm, it's National Chocolate-Filled Cherry Day, January 3rd. Get your cherry-chocolate fix AND a healthy breakfast with this Black Forest Oatmeal.

Share this 20-minute fire-roasted veggie chili recipe with all your hungry pals.


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