If you want to have a good food day, this dairy free white chicken chili recipe is just the thing to make! And what exactly is a good food day? It’s a day where the food you ate was made with effortless ease, tasted amazing and left you feeling fabulous.
Whether you make it ahead or pull it all together at the end of a hectic weekday (a very doable task by the way, since it only takes 15 minutes to assemble!), this is guaranteed be one of those recipes you find yourself turning to again and again.
In fact, white chicken chili has actually become one of my favorite grocery store day dinner recipes lately. What’s a “grocery store day dinner recipe?” It’s a recipe that is super easy to make and cooks in a hurry. That’s because on grocery store days I am usually not in the mood to cook an elaborate meal and I don’t want to wait all day for my dinner to simmer or roast. So, if you are anything like me, then one pot wonders made with rotisserie chicken that cook in 30 minutes are perfect for grocery store days 😉
The Secret to a CLEAN and Delicious Dairy Free White Chicken Chili Recipe
Conventional white chicken chili recipes are are made decadent with dairy-based ingredients, typically sour cream, cheese and milk or cream. But the secret to making a clean version is my plant-based dairy free sour cream recipe. (***By the way, here are the top 10 reasons we don’t drink milk.***)
I realize the idea of making your own sour cream might not sound like the most time-efficient idea on the planet, but trust me nothing could be easier! It takes no more than five minutes to whirl together just six ingredients (macadamia nuts, water, lemon juice, honey, salt and extra virgin olive oil) in a high speed blender. The dairy free sour cream recipe yields 1 3/4 cup and the white chicken chili recipe calls for just 3/4 cup, so you’ll have plenty of leftover sour cream to use on baked potatoes, as a sandwich spread, to dollop on soup, mix in with scrambled eggs, etc. And you can always make the sour cream in advance since it lasts for up to a week if stored in a covered container in the refrigerator.
P.S. Swap Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey for Chicken
And finally, since I’m sharing this recipe on the day after Thanksgiving I should also add that you can easily swap leftover turkey for the rotisserie chicken.Print