Cold winter nights call for warm savory meals. If cooking isn’t something you get excited about, we’ve got some delicious recipes that will warm you up and keep you full.
During winter, you don’t just want something easy to make, you want a meal that’s warm, filling, and savory. Try using a slow-cooker, pressure cooker, or look for one dish meals made in the oven or on stovetop.
This slow cooker shredded Balsamic Beef recipe is so versatile that it can be made into three different meals. With just a quick set up in the slow cooker, you can leave this beef to cook for 8 hours and serve between 6 and 8 people. Once cooked, pile this beef with its savory sauce on a French roll and top with cheese; serve it over noodles with garlic bread; or add some veggies and turn it into a rice bowl. With that versatility, you’ll be able to cook this up several times a month without feeling like you’re eating the same dish repeatedly.
Sheet-pan cooking can’t be easier when all you need is a little oil and a large rimmed baking sheet and you have a full meal all in one. This Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs with Veggies and Gnocchi recipe takes about 20 minutes to prep and it’s ready to eat in 20 minutes. This recipe works with any of your favourite veggies along with either chicken thighs or thin chicken breasts.
Craving lasagna, but don’t want to put the work in? We’ve got a one pot Skillet Lasagna recipe that’ll satisfy your craving and warm you up on those cold winter days. With this recipe you can use ground sausage or beef and you’ll break up lasagna noodles to add to the skillet. The result is a saucy, cheesy, delicious meal.
Soup and winter go hand and hand. This Instant Pot Chicken Taco Soup is perfect for winter nights when cooking is the last thing you feel like doing. Made with chicken, veggies, beans, and topped with shredded cheese, fresh avocado, cilantro, or sour cream, its sure to please.