Cozy Recipes To Keep You Warm This Winter

Homemade Slow Cooker Pot Roast with Carrots and Potatoes

If you’re like many people, you dread cold winter temperatures. After all, that means your body will feel cold. Fortunately, there are ways to stay comfortable. Make sure that you dress appropriately. In addition, try one or more of these recipes to fight cold weather from the inside out.

Turkey Biscuit Stew

Here’s a recipe that’s perfect in several ways. Not only is it delicious, but also nutritious and warming. However, it’s also great because you can use leftover turkey in your freezer from Thanksgiving. Along with the turkey, it includes ingredients like onion, peas, carrots, and seasonings. Adding biscuits on top takes this dish to another level.

Butternut Squash Soup

When you’ve tried warm clothes or even a hot shower but can’t seem to get warm, eat a bowl of homemade butternut squash soup. The combination of squash, onion, celery, carrots, peas, and seasonings is a great way to battle winter chills.

Chicken Piccata

This dish is so good that everyone in your family will love it. Especially on a cold, snowy night, it makes a wonderful meal. The blend of chicken, lime juice, heavy cream, butter, and seasoning is just what the doctor orders to keep warm.

Beef Pot Roast

You’ll never go wrong making a beef pot roast for dinner. It’s hard to beat the flavors of beef, carrots, onions, and potatoes. Before heading to work, you can put all the ingredients in a slow cooker. That way, dinner’s ready the minute you come home.

To add a little zest to this recipe, serve the roast with sour cream gravy. Start by adding a little flour to some of the broth. Stir well to blend. Add salt and pepper, if needed. Then add two tablespoons of sour cream at a time. Keep adding until you get the grave to the right consistency.

Chicken Cornbread Casserole

One bite, and you’ll love the rustic farmhouse flavor of this winter recipe. You’ll love its versatility. For instance, you can use different types of chicken. That includes pulled or boiled, rotisserie, canned, and even leftovers stored in the freezer from Thanksgiving. However, fresh chicken always works best.

The recipe calls for corn muffin mix, butter, and eggs. To make this, you’ll also need condensed cream of chicken soup, milk, cheddar cheese, cream-style corn, and sour cream. You’ll understand why it’s a wintertime favorite as soon as you taste it.

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Three Cheese Skillet Mac and Cheese

Not only do adults love this recipe but also kids. Instead of a boxed product, it’s made with fresh ingredients like pasta, cream, and cheddar cheese. It’s fast and yummy. In addition, you can dress it up however you want. Best of all, it’ll warm your insides.

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