| Crockpot Buffalo Chili

Author / Samantha Flaherty

Prep: 15-20 min/ Cook: 8 Hours

Prep: 15-20 minutes

Cook: 8 hours in crockpot

With the weather outside getting colder, nothing is nicer than sitting down to a bowl of hot chili. You can basically make this in your sleep. Literally. Put everything in a crockpot before you go to bed and you will have chili for breakfast. Kind of joking, but also… you can put an egg on top of anything and it makes it breakfast right? Check out this new recipe and let us know how it goes.


2# ground meat. Pictured is 1# 97/3 ground beef and 1# venison. You can use chicken or turkey as well!

4 celery sticks chopped

2 carrots, peeled and diced

1 large sweet potato, peeled and diced

1 sweet onion, diced

4 cloves garlic, minced

1 can diced tomatoes, with juice

1 can tomato sauce

½ cup bone broth, I used chicken

½ cup hot sauce, I used Frank’s

1.5 tsp salt

1.5 tsp cumin

1.5 tsp chili powder

1.5 tsp paprika

1.5 tsp ground coffee

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Optional Garnish:

Sour cream



Shredded Cheese


More hot sauce!


  1. Are you ready?… Once everything is chopped, put it into the crockpot and stir together.
  2. Cook on low for about 8 hours and stir once or twice if you can.
  3. Serve in a bowl and top with optional garnishes!

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Samantha Flaherty

Samantha has been an athlete since childhood, focusing on gymnastics, track and field, and cross-country. Samantha found CrossFit, and eventually CrossFit Football as a means to continue personal performance and fill a competitive void. These all led her to Power Athlete, the methodology course, and eventually to earning her Block One. She currently works in the greater Raleigh, North Carolina area as a Power Athlete Nutrition Coach and as a Personal Trainer applying the Power Athlete principles with all of her clients.

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