Warm up to winter with our satisfying soups and stews, roasted veggies, delicious desserts, and more. Whether you're looking for a cozy baked casserole or a creative side dish, our collection of winter recipes delivers.
Since this slow cooker recipe calls for canned and frozen fruit, you can mix up this cozy dessert any time of year. Don't be intimidated by the dumpling topping it starts with packaged muffin mix, so it's quick and easy.
Perfect for warming up on a cold day, this tangy cider is a holiday favorite. If you're planning for a party, double the ingredients and heat in a slow cooker.
Italian seasoning flavors the meat in this beef and vegetable stew recipe served with light and creamy polenta.
Squash, maple syrup, bacon, and caramelized onions combine to make this casserole a fall favorite. Try it for a holiday or alongside roasted chicken and greens.
Creamy risotto is taken up a notch with the addition of butternut squash. You can use acorn or kaboucha squash instead, if that's what's available at your market.
When there's a bit of eggnog left over from the gathering, use it to flavor coffee.
Long and slow cooking on the stovetop makes this stew rich in color and flavor, and with ultra tender meat.
Combine cranberry, raspberry, and apple juices with a splash of lemon for a delicious wintry beverage. Enjoy with or without brandy or rum.
Chase away the cold with this soothing maple-and-cardamom-flavored drink.
Simmer or bake this budget-friendly cut of beef and nutritious root vegetables. Then make flavorful gravy with the pan juices for a hearty one pan, one dish meal.
Stuffed squash always makes an impressive side dish. The savory stuffing of wild rice, leeks, and dried fruit complements the rich, sweet flavor of any variety of hard-skinned winter squash.
These little cookies are a Mexican tradition, so make sure to use a pig cookie cutter. Decorate with vanilla frosting and white nonpareils to finish the look.
Leave the peel on the potatoes and carrots for a little extra fiber and a little less work in this poultry and roasted vegetable main dish. Try it if you are on a diabetic diet.
All the flavors of a cheeseburger and fries are packed into a satisfying one-dish meal.
Served alongside a turkey or ham, or as a main dish on any weeknight when comforting whole grain fare is in order, this dressing recipe has got it all.
This hearty high-fiber, high-protein vegetarian chili recipe has celery, sweet peppers, tomatoes, and your choice blend of beans, such as kidney, black, northern, pinto, and/or garbanzo.