14 Winter Recipes We Can't Wait to Try
The holidays are behind us, and now we're settling in for a cozy winter. We're looking forward to weekends at home in the kitchen, warm soups to bring to work, and energizing breakfasts that take the bite out of the chill. Read on for a few recipes we can't wait to make this season.
Seasoned with lemongrass, peppery ginger, and licorice-scented star anise, this miso soup with soba noodles, mushrooms, and sturdy greens is the perfect thing to bust a winter cold and keep you warm when the chill sets in.
Not only is this chorizo bolognese pasta, with its red sauce, green noodles, and white burrata cheese, totally pleasing to the eye, it’s also remarkably delicious. The chorizo gives the bolognese a bit of a kick, and topped with buttered breadcrumbs, crispy prosciutto, and burrata, it’s quite indulgent, too.
Gingerbread is one of our favorite flavors, and we can enjoy it with a little less guilt thanks to this healthy muffin recipe. Made with coconut oil, whole wheat flour, no refined sugar, a hint of maple syrup, and molasses, it delivers that cozy flavor and scent just how you like it.
“Ludicrously simple” to make, this pulled pork gnocchi dish lets the slow cooker do the heavy lifting—just toss pork shoulder, diced tomatoes, garlic, onions, and Italian seasoning in and let it cook all day. Paired with soft, doughy dumplings and kiss of cream, this winter pasta will soon become your new favorite meal.
After indulging in too many holiday sweets, you may be in need of some power food! This protein-packed, vegetarian sweet potato and quinoa salad with soft boiled eggs is easy to throw together and an instant pick-me-up.
The key to a nourishing bowl is a balance of a few main ingredients: carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, as well as raw and cooked ingredients to energize you. You can use whatever you have leftover in your fridge, or follow a recipe like this one, which includes lentils, brown rice, egg, avocado, broccoli, beetroot, sweet potato, and more. Dress it with a little olive oil, lemon juice, salt, and pepper, and you’ll be ready to take on the world.
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