Recipes - Comfort Food
Everyone has that one food you make when you need a little pick-me-up. Maybe it’s not always the healthiest, but if it makes you feel good then you deserve it. Enjoy these comfort food recipes.
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These truffles are one of simplest desserts to make for a party.
This custard dessert is the ultimate Fall comfort food of sweet and silky goodness.
This weeknight chili won't weigh you down, but it is still a hearty meal.
This recipe has all the goodness of apple pie without the hassle of making the crust.
Think of this dish as "breakfast nachos," and you can enjoy it anytime of day.
Similar to a cheese fondue, this dip features fall vegetables for a hearty appetizer.
Seasonal pancakes put a twist on pancakes, and corn is perfect for Summertime.
The bourbon is subtle, the peaches are sweet, and the crust is flakey.
The tartness of the cherries sings against the richness of the chocolate chunks.
You can still have homemade frozen desserts without an ice cream maker.
Paired with a rye pecan crust, this decadent cheesecake is a beautiful guilty pleasure.
Smear the ricotta filling and drizzle blueberry sauce over this breakfast indulgence.
The dough is very easy to make and uses nutrient-rich buckwheat flour.
The ingredients are all roasted together and blended into a light and sweet soup.
Create a visually stunning tower with alternating layers of texture, topped with caviar.
Combine tart, crunchy Korean vegetables with rich, melted comté for a delicious sandwich.
These Mexican favorites are veggie-filled with sautéed squash and zucchini and corn.
You don't need to drench this Springtime side dish in mayo for it to be good!
This dairy-free version is perfect on everything from ice cream to a brownie sundae.
This grown-up version of a childhood favorite is decadent and peppery.
This loaf has a warming spicy flavor with a floral taste of pure honey.
Quiche is easy to throw together, and the crust is flakey and buttery.
This sweet mashup of cheesecake and quesadilla is a rich, creamy end to a meal.
This Tunisian recipe consists of eggs poached in a flavorful tomato sauce.
By removing baking soda from the traditional recipe, this candy is delicate and sweet.
This classic British pub fare is hearty and comforting for cold winter nights.
Make this mouth-watering broth with pork ribs, vegetables and noodle broth.
Nutella fans will love this similar spread that you can make at home.
Combine the flavors of two belly-warming comfort foods in one satisfying dish.
Make these healthy, gluten-free snacks that have no added sugar or fat.
This pudding is made for two, intended to be eaten after an indulgent meal.
Rosemary lends a warm and earthy aroma to these rich rye brownies.
For a healthier breakfast, try these paleo muffins to start the day.
Served with crusty sourdough bread, this stew has a deep warming flavor.
As the cookie company releases a new flavor, learn how to make it from scratch!
End a rustic meal with this simple variation on rice pudding.
Forget Jell-O mix from a box! With just three ingredients, you can make your own jelly.
This one-skillet dish is easy to make all and repurposes many of Thanksgiving leftovers.
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The squash provides a rich, golden color and a moist crumb to this Fall dish.
Relax with a stack of Fall-flavored waffles with maple syrup.
Pass on the coffee house version and infuse Fall flavor into this morning treat.
Throw together some of the best autumn ingredients of all into a batch of granola.
Let the aroma of baked apples fill your kitchen for a perfect Fall breakfast.
Try honeycrisp apples for baking because they are sweet with the right amount of texture.
Cook the pumpkin in stick along with marinade until tender to the core.
This recipe features roasted vegetables, a rich tomato sauce, and a unique bechamel sauce.
Groaning cakes are a traditional dish packed with nutrients for postpartum care.
Learn how to perfectly fry your sweet potatoes into a finger licking dish.
This sweet and tart dessert is an unlikely pairing that pleasantly compliments each other.
This ice cream tastes exactly like sweetened corn, and it’s smooth in texture.
Good salad dressing doesn't need all the ingredients listed on the back of the bottle.
Combine tart seasonal plums, rye flakes, and ice cream for a melt-in-your-mouth dessert.
Spicy sausage, corn and potatoes create a savory dish versatile enough to enjoy anytime.
One of the great flavor combinations - strawberries and cream make a frozen treat.
Puree fresh strawberries into a sorbet for a decadent and vibrant brownie sandwiches.
With heavy spices, this steamed rice recipe is infused with hearty flavor.
For those who shy away from mayo, the German version of potato salad is for you.
In honor of the host country, make a batch of these chocolate truffles for a native treat.
Make your own ice bowls to serve this beautiful, seasonal treat.
These buns are rich, moist, and durable enough to hold up to a big, fat, juicy burger.
Intimidated by baking your own bread? This no-knead recipe makes it easy and delicious.
Try these cherry chocolate creations the next time you need a sweet treat.
This hearty, warming and flavorful lentil stew is a great way to use up frozen tomatoes.
Coated in chocolate icing, the flakey crust is filled with marshmallow cream and chocolate
Make a bowl of salted caramel popcorn for a snack. The quality is worth the extra effort.
The eggs will poach in the hot, creamy spinach, and the Gruyere makes a savory crust.
This soup is light and filling all at the same time with little preparation.
This butternut squash and garlic soup is a hearty side or a luscious main course.
Add carrot to your braising liquid for extra sweetness in this stew with beef and onions.
These baked beans create a sweet and tasty comfort food, perfect for a chilly fall day.
Need a quick addition to busy weeknight meals? Try this simple and sensible garlic bread.
The respected cookbook author was a leader in Italian cuisine until her passing.
This delicious, healthy soup helps you use the veggies already in your refrigerator!
Simmer together red and yellow bell peppers and stewed tomatoes for a vibrant stew.
Adrianna Adarme shares this hearty recipe. Customize with your own favorite Autumn flair.
This pudding-like spoonbread embraces the spice of chilles and sweetness of corn.