Nothing says Monday quite like a sh—ty Jill Duggar recipe! The former Counting On star — whose husband was given the boot for his transphobic remarks on Jazz Jennings — took to her blog last week to post yet another sodium-filled concoction: White Chicken Chili

“This is a recipe from our Aunt Bobye that we had a lot growing up,” she wrote on Twitter on Sept. 8. “You can make this one on the stove just in time for supper, or ahead of time in the slow cooker…” 

Let’s take a look at the ingredients, shall we? 

2 yellow onions (peeled and diced)

12 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (boiled, save liquid!)

8 (15.5 oz.) cans great northern beans (drained), or 4 cups dry beans (+ 12 cups water)

1 T chili powder

1 T cumin

3 T. Worcestershire sauce

2 T. oregano

3 garlic cloves (minced or pressed)

1 (10 oz.) can diced tomatoes and green chilies (or Rotel)

salt to taste

pepper to taste

chicken bouillon seasoning (optional, to taste)

Well, we’re at least proud of her for putting some fresh veggies in there! That said, no one — except maybe the Bates fam — is going to cook 12 pieces of chicken at a time. Jill, did you forget you’re a family of four?? 

TBH, sometimes it seems like she does. As one of 19, the Duggars rarely used anything other than canned ingredients, and she’s clearly adapted that mentality into her own family. Remember that stew she made with six canned ingredients, ketchup, and sugar? Yeah, we’re trying to forget that too. Unfortunately, it’s hard to fully blame her for Michelle Duggar‘s crappy ways.

And sure, while we’re all about throwing a bunch of stuff into a Crock-Pot and walking away, it wouldn’t hurt Jill if she put down the can opener for a while. Or forever.

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