5 Cold-Weather Dinners To Get You Through Winter

When temps regularly begin dipping below freezing, our M.O. for dinner is always something that’ll warm us up from the inside out. From quinoa to soups to pasta, these winter dinner recipes will keep you cozy and full all season long.

By Jessica Padula of Bubbly Design Co.

Classic Tomato Soup

Sometimes sticking with a tried-and-true recipe is our best bet. On those nights, we always reach for a classic, like tomato soup. A hearty slice of crusty french bread is all that’s needed to finish off this meal.

Learn how to make this classic soup on Food Network

 

Roasted Veggie Quinoa Salad

Quinoa is a staple in our pantry all year-round, and it works wonderfully when paired with roasted seasonal veggies. Throw the veggies in the oven, then cuddle up on the couch while they cook.

Get the recipe for this winter-worthy meal at The Talking Kitchen

 

Mac & Cheese with Roasted Chicken, Goat Cheese and Rosemary

Pasta is the perfect comfort food for a chilly winter evening. Amp up this childhood favorite with goat cheese and chicken, topping with rosemary for a fragrant, cozy meal.

Find out how to make this cheesy favorite at My Baking Addiction

 

Chopped Winter Salad with Butternut Squash

Hands down, our favorite salad to make during the winter months. This inventive dish pairs unexpected flavors—feta and apples, butternut squash and kalamata olives—and everything works together deliciously!

The recipe for this healthy winter meal can be found on Real Simple

 

Potato, Sausage and Rosemary Fontina Pizza

Once the weekend rolls around, you can pretty much guarantee we’re craving pizza. Potatoes may seem like an unconventional topping, but just look at all that layered gorgeousness! This hearty recipe is sure to satisfy.

Learn how to make this savory pizza at FoodieCrush

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Author: Carly Hill

Raised in Northern Michigan, she now lives in NYC and splits her time working in social media, being a GG editor & exploring the city for the next best meal! Follow on Instagram

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