Autumn. What a wonderful way to follow summer.

Summer’s no doubt my favorite time of the year. What’s not to love? People out and about enjoying long walks, going to the park, eating ice cream, going swimming, eating out at restaurants with patio seating, wearing cute little shorts and dresses. Goodness, it doesn’t get any better than that. I ADORE summer time. But all good things must come to an end; otherwise, we wouldn’t really appreciate them and enjoy them as much, right?

It’s definitely a very positive thing that as soon as summer ends, an awesome new season starts! Fall. An almost enchanting time, where green leaves take beautiful orange and red colors, illuminating our sidewalks and painting pretty landscape pictures. It is so peaceful, so beautiful.

In order to welcome this wonderful new season, I’ve decided to create a hearty soup that will warm your hearts and bring you joy.  I think you’ll like it!

Let me introduce you to my homemade Paleo Crockpot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili. Enjoy it. Savor it. It is oh-so good!

Get the full recipe here!

Paleo Crockpot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili recipe!

Paleo Crockpot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili recipe!

Paleo Crockpot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili recipe!

Paleo Crockpot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili recipe!

Paleo Crockpot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili recipe!

Paleo Crockpot Turkey & Pumpkin Chili recipe!

10 Responses

  1. Michael from Boise

    I wasn’t sure the turkey and pumpkin would work. But I tried it yesterday. It was surprisingly good, and so easy! Even better with a glass of Pinot Noir (okay not exactly paleo, sue me). Thanks!

  2. Becky Ryan (@rBecky94)

    I’m going to use up my acorn squash by roasting it first then smush it up and add it to my dish. I plan on using the broth of turkey instead of plain water as I am using turkey drumsticks I cooked earlier.
    I know it isn’t just like the recipe, but I think it’s the same spirit of the original recipe so maybe it will be good also. Wish me luck! 😉

  3. David

    Would I be able to use raw honey in place of the maple syrup?