Easy winter dinners we’re making on repeat this month ~ think hearty soups, cozy pasta bowls, of course mac and cheese, and 30 minute pizza!
spaghetti and meatball soup
Grab a jar of your favorite spaghetti sauce, some pasta, and some frozen meatballs and make this easy, fun, and slurp-able version of spaghetti and meatballs. It’s comfort food at it’s finest, just don’t forget the napkins!
the best ever patty melts
No one will complain when patty melts are for dinner! I love this diner-inspired dish that’s so easy to make at home. Pair it with some oven fries for an even more decadent treat, or serve it with a simple, fresh green salad for a healthy balance.
broccoli and white cheddar baked shells
Nothing says cozy like mac and cheese, but make it a little special with a velvety smooth white cheddar sauce and fresh broccoli.
quick chili oil noodles
This meal comes together so fast, you’ll be hard pressed to set the table before it’s done! The level of spice can easily be adjusted for everyone’s palettes, and a fried egg gives this delicious meal some real substance. It’s perfect for warming up inside after outdoor winter activities.
baked brats in caramelized sauerkraut
I’ve been making this regularly ever since I first posted it. It’s that perfect combination of being easy to make, but still special and delicious.
easy salmon coconut curry
This homemade salmon coconut curry is made in one pot, in 30 minutes! It’s not often that something this luscious, healthy, and fresh comes together so darn easily, so take advantage and make it on repeat with me this winter.
pasta with radicchio, bacon, and walnuts
This goes down as one of my favorite pasta meals I’ve ever made, seriously! The bitterness of the radicchio just pairs so well with the bacon and the walnuts. It’s unusual, satisfying, and a rare recipe that highlights the seasonal ingredients of winter.
baked orange tofu
If orange chicken is your weakness, try this homemade version with crunchy baked tofu! The tofu gets baked in the oven using less oil and making less mess, and then is tossed with a super delicious orange sauce.
stuffed pepper soup
Stuffed pepper lovers, listen up! This soup combines all the elements of great stuffed peppers ~ without the pesky stuffing and baking.
no yeast pizza
This crazy easy 30 minute pizza recipe is adaptable to all your favorite toppings, so scrounge around your fridge and cupboards and let’s make dinner!
Questions and Reviews
Please provide a link for the pizza – thanks!
Fixed that, thanks Kim!