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.
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.
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.
Italian seasoning flavors the meat in this beef and vegetable stew recipe served with light and creamy polenta.
Combine cranberry, raspberry, and apple juices with a splash of lemon for a delicious wintry beverage. Enjoy with or without brandy or rum.
Long and slow cooking on the stovetop makes this stew rich in color and flavor, and with ultra tender meat.
Chase away the cold with this soothing maple-and-cardamom-flavored drink.
Piquant kalamata olives, rich, tangy feta cheese, and oregano give this super-creamy macaroni and cheese just enough Greek flavor to take it out of the ordinary. Feta cheese, because it is cured and stored in brine, is sometimes called a "pickled cheese."
Consider this rich and creamy corn chowder for toting to tailgate parties -- it's a real warmer-upper! Cut leek lengthwise and rinse well before chopping, because leeks tend to harbor field dirt and sand between their many layers.
Enjoy this mellow coffee simmered with spices, chocolate and an orange.
This recipe offers a twist to the classic recipe by dividing the batch into individual servings. Green beans serve as the perfect side dish.
When cooked correctly, collards offer up amazing flavors and a huge bonus of vitamin A. Swiss chard makes a good substitute if you can't find collard greens.
We took summertime shortcake, added some spice and a topping of warm apples and cherries to make a dessert you can serve in the winter months.
Whether you're a Frosty fan or Olaf obsessed, you and your little one will love these playful snowman cookies!