20 Incredibly Cozy Recipes To Make Before Winter Ends

The bad news: We’ve got a little ways to go before it’s officially spring. The good news: There’s no better time to make your favorite comfort foods. Consider this your ultimate winter food bucket list before the seasons change.


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Imagine a bowl of piping hot tomato soup mixed with a plate of delicious baked pasta. That’s what you get with this ultimate comfort food recipe. Get the recipe for rigatoni meatball soup here.


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Spaghetti Bolognese and lasagna combine forces in this delectable dinner recipe perfect for feeding a crowd. Get the recipe for lasagna Bolognese here.


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Caramelized onions get simmered in savory beef broth, then topped with melted Gruyère cheese and loads of croutons. It’s the kind of recipe that pairs best with sweatpants, a rom-com, and your favorite bottle of red wine. Get the recipe for easy French onion soup here.


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Made with boneless chicken breasts, roasted cashews, bell pepper, potato, ginger, and lots of spices, this melt-in-your-mouth chicken recipe tastes best on a bed of your favorite grains. Get the recipe for creamy Crock-Pot cashew chicken here.


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The best part of this meal is that you can make it ahead of time, freeze it, and pop it in the oven when you need a lazy night dinner. Get the recipe for chicken alfredo bake here.


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This isn’t your aunt’s boring old casserole recipe. Wild rice, broccolini, and spinach get baked with Gruyère and gouda cheese, then topped with crispy prosciutto. Get the recipe for spinach and wild rice casserole here.


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To save time and effort on dinner, start with store-bought rotisserie chicken or used last night’s leftover chicken breasts. Get the recipe for white chicken chili here.


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These chicken meatballs taste delicious made from scratch, but if you’re looking to speed things up, you can opt for frozen meatballs instead. Get the recipe for Italian wedding soup here.


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Eggplant parmesan gets a bit of a makeover in this hearty recipe featuring spicy Italian sausage, onion, garlic, and mozzarella cheese, baked in the oven until golden brown and melty. Get the recipe for Italian sausage stuffed eggplant here.


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Whether you’re cooking for a crowd, a family, or just for yourself, stuffed shells are guaranteed pleaser. Best of all, you can prepare the shells ahead of time, freeze them, and bake them in the oven whenever you need a quick and no-fuss dinner. Get the recipe for spinach and cheese stuffed shells here.


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Got a box of Bisquick pancake mix in your pantry? Use it to whip up a hearty and heart-warming dinner. You can prepare the chicken and vegetable filling up to two days ahead of time, then store it in the freezer until you’re ready to make the pot pie. Another great shortcut is to use rotisserie chicken in the filling. Get the recipe for biscuit chicken pot pie here.

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