Instant Pot Pumpkin Chili Recipes are great for those cool fall evenings and if you’re a pumpkin fan you know you want to make Pumpkin Chili!
I can hardly believe that it’s officially Fall, but I know it’s true. And even if the weather is still pretty warm where you are, you know it’s not going to be long before you’ll have cool fall evenings and one of these Instant Pot Pumpkin Chili Recipes will sound like a perfect idea for dinner. And if you’re one of those pumpkin fans who loves all things pumpkin, you might want to make this right away (you know who you are!)
We’ve rounded up an assortment of Instant Pot Pumpkin Chili Recipes to help you find one you’ll love, and you’ll find pumpkin chili with walnuts, red lentils, chicken, kidney beans, ground beef, spinach, kale, turkey, white beans, and chickpeas, to name just a few of the interesting ingredients. And there are pumpkin chili recipes that are Keto, gluten-free, dairy-free, Paleo, vegetarian, vegan, and 21-Day Fix approved in this collection. WOW!
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Instant Pot Pumpkin Walnut Chili from Pinch of Yum is vegan and features red lentils, fire-roasted tomatoes, walnuts, black beans, pumpkin and chipotle peppers. It cooks for just 30 minutes in the Instant Pot, and Lindsay has slow cooker and stovetop instructions if you prefer one of those methods.
This Pumpkin Chicken Chili from Let’s Cook Healthy Tonight is a delicious one pot meal with cooked and diced chicken breast, kidney beans, pumpkin, tomatoes, bell pepper, and spices how; could you go wrong? Cook for about an hour in the Instant Pot, garnish with your favorite toppings, and serve hot!
Instant Pot Paleo Chili from Well Plated just might be the perfect fall food. It’s packed with loads of hidden vegetables and if you have leftovers you can pop them in the freezer for a later meal. Erin says ” it leaves everyone full, happy, and asking for seconds.”
Instant Pot Pumpkin and Beef Chili from Pretend It’s a Donut includes good-for-you-veggies like spinach, kale, and pumpkin. Jenn says “this chili freezes extremely well and is also great stuffed into bell peppers!” She has stovetop instructions too if you prefer that method of cooking.
Instant Pot Vegetarian Chili from Bless This Mess is a healthy vegetarian chili made in the Instant Pot with dried beans and loads of vegetables and of course that secret ingredient called pumpkin. If you prefer the slow cooker Melissa has included those directions here also.
Instant Pot Turkey and Pumpkin White Chili from Instant Pot Eats is made with sweet Kabocha squash (a type of winter squash called Japanese pumpkin) white beans, and ground or diced turkey or chicken and is dairy-free and gluten-free. Serve over brown or white rice topped with scallions, cilantro and pickled jalapenos for a different and delicious version of pumpkin chili.
Keto Instant Pot Chunky Chili from Beauty and the Foodie is loaded with spices, lots of vegetables, and is bean free, gluten-free, Paleo, and has a Whole30 option. Brown the ground beef first on the saute setting, add all the other ingredients and cook for 25 minutes, or if you prefer to use the slow cooker Stacey has included those directions as well.
Paleo Pumpkin Turkey Chili Mole (Instant Pot or Slow Cooker) from Real Food With Dana is made with ground turkey, veggies, pumpkin, and spices cooked all together for 40 minutes in the Instant Pot or 4-8 hours in the Slow Cooker. How about a bowl of warm, healthy, comforting bowl of chili on a cool fall evening?
21 Day Fix Chipotle Pumpkin Turkey Chili (Instant Pot or Stovetop) from Foodie and the Fix is smoky, spicy, and hearty! The pumpkin adds the nutrition, flavor, and thickness that we all love in a warm bowl of chili. Stephanie has both Instant Pot and stovetop instructions so you can choose your method of cooking.
Turkey Pumpkin Chili (Instant Pot or Slow Cooker) from Thai Caliente adds chickpeas to this turkey pumpkin chili recipe to make it a little heartier. Renee says her kids love this chili and the spice level can be adjusted to suit your family’s taste. Add some chips or cornbread and you’ve got dinner ready to serve!