All Favorite Winter Recipes

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  • Easy chicken noodle soup in a white bowl.
    2 hrs, 15 min
    Healthy
    The BEST homemade chicken noodle soup! This version is made from scratch, so it's light and nourishing. All the goodness from the chicken in one pot of soup. Just what you need to recover from a cold or the flu.
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  • A Vegetarian Breakfast Casserole with Butternut Squash, Kale and Sage in a casserole dish with some pieces removed and a silver serving utensil in the casserole dish.
    1 hr, 25 min
    Vegetarian
    This breakfast casserole is the perfect fall dish. Earthy sage balances butternut squash between layers of crusty bread, eggs, kale, and cheese. Assemble it the night before and bake the next day to serve for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
  • Classic chili in a dutch oven with a serving spoon.
    1 hr, 45 min
    Everyone needs a recipe for classic beef chili. Make this one your go-to! It's made with corn, peppers, tomatoes, and beans, and makes enough to freeze for later!
  • A Vegetable Casserole in a cast iron skillet with a fork scooped out.
    1 hr, 35 min
    Vegetarian
    Here's a rustic, vegetarian take on traditional pot pie! This weeknight dinner is prepped, cooked, and served all in one skillet. It's perfect for feeding a crowd and saves time on dishes and clean up.
  • A pot pie with a golden crust is in a ramekin with some of the crust removed to show the filling.
    1 hr, 55 min
    This from-scratch Chicken Pot Pie is adapted from Marshall Field's classic recipe. With a slow-cooked chicken, a creamy vegetable filling, and a handmade pie crust, this pot pie is the ultimate comfort food.
  • Dumplings recipe ladled in a bowl.
    1 hr
    Chicken and dumplings is comfort food at its best! Start with a hearty chicken and vegetable stew, then add easy homemade dumplings that cook up light and fluffy.
  • Three images side by side. On the left is Chicken Pozole topped with fresh cabbage and radishes. In the middle is Creamy Chicken Soup with noodles and carrots in a bowl. On the right is a bowl One-Pot Chicken and Rice Soup.
    It’s soup season and nothing says comfort better than a hot bowl of homemade chicken soup. Start with classic Chicken Noodle Soup, mix it up with a bowl of Chicken Udon Soup with Bok Choy or go for something hearty like Chicken Mulligatawny. Whichever soup you choose, you’re sure to be satisfied.
  • Perfectly tender crock pot roast piled onto a gray plate with carrots and potatoes and covered in gravy.
    8 hrs, 25 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Slow Cooker Pot Roast with potatoes and mushrooms is comfort food at its finest. Let it cook all day in the slow cooker or Crockpot. Dinner is ready when you are!
  • Homemade Chicken Pot Pie with a golden crust has a serving removed and set on a white plate to the right.
    1 hr, 35 min
    Homemade chicken pot pie is comfort food at its best. This easy-to-make version lets you prep the pie and make the gravy while the chicken roasts in the oven. Make it even easier on yourself by using frozen vegetables, rotisserie chicken, and store-bought puff pastry rather than pie dough.
  • Best Tomato Soup Recipe - bowls of tomato soup on table with bread
    40 min
    Dairy-Free, Healthy, Vegan, Vegetarian
    This Classic Tomato Soup is rich with a velvety texture. It’s easy to make with canned tomatoes, and perfectly suited for all of your grilled cheese dipping needs. Better than a can of Campbell's and just about as easy!
  • Sidecar cocktail with a halved lemon to the left and a lemon peel on the edge of the glass.
    5 min
    The sidecar is a classic cocktail made with Cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice. It’s equally appropriate at a backyard barbecue or a fancy dinner party! Try some of our favorite variations, too!
  • Applesauce cake, frosted and with a piece removed.
    1 hr
    Welcome fall with this easy applesauce cake! It's rich, moist, and fragrant with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and allspice. Top with cream cheese frosting or leave plain.
  • Close up of buffalo wings recipe with blue cheese dressing and celery.
    1 hr
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Oven-Baked Buffalo Wings! Here's an easier and less messy way to make Buffalo Wings. Marinate your wings in a spicy sauce, broil them briefly, then serve with a tangy blue cheese sauce.
  • Horizontal overhead view of citrus salad on a white plate. Supremed orange and grapefruit, radicchio, croutons and feta cheese crumbles are visible.
    30 min
    Healthy, Vegetarian
    This bitter, peppery salad with its pop of bright, refreshing citrus will satisfy your craving for sunshine. Radicchio makes this colorful salad feel fresh, while quick homemade croutons and toasted walnuts settle your need for comfort food.
  • Close up photo of of crispy chicken thighs with cubed potatoes and greens visible in the dish. Serving fork and spoon are on the upper edge of the skillet. The chicken is sprinkled with herbs and a striped grey linen is behind the skillet.
    1 hr
    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Healthy, Low Carb, Paleo
    Crispy skillet chicken is cooked in a flavorful lemon broth and served on a bed of Swiss chard, potatoes, and carrots. This bistro-style oven braised chicken with vegetables has everything you love about cozy comfort food.
  • Bowl of easy homemade creamy tortellini soup with sausage, carrots, and spinach
    1 hr, 10 min
    This easy tortellini soup is loaded with Italian sausage, spinach, and cheese-filled pasta. The short ingredient list makes this soup the perfect weeknight dinner. It's light on the cream but rich in flavor, with an added protein boost from puréed cannellini beans.
  • Baked Meatballs in Tomato Sauce served in a bowl
    1 hr, 25 min
    These classic Italian-American style meatballs are huge and pillowy soft! They're mixed with ground beef and pork, loaded with herbs and cheese, and served with a traditional tomato sauce. Make them baseball-sized for a dinner entree, or roll them smaller for an appetizer.

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