Comfort food recipes cure all of our cool weather cravings. There is no better time to cozy up to some soups, mashed potatoes and anything else your heart desires than now! Summer is a great time, but there is something about the winter and the coldest days that causes you to be in bed eating warm and cozy food and warm and delicious drinks. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite HelloFresh comfort food recipes. Click here to select your favorite meal.
Slow Cooker Butternut Squash Soup
It’s soup season and squash season, so we couldn’t let this time pass us by without a delicious, creamy Butternut Squash Soup recipe. Butternut squash is a go-to for many in the fall season – and for good reason! Not only is butternut squash a source of fibre, vitamin C, and magnesium, it can be used in a variety of ways. Enjoy butternut squash puréed, roasted, toasted, mashed, or even in baking!
Nashville Hot Chicken
Raise your hand if you love mac and cheese as much as we do. Paired with some Nashville hot chicken, this combo is the ultimate comfort food. The combination of crisp heat from the chicken and the creamy cheesiness from the mac and cheese is like no other. Finished with side pickles to cool down your taste buds!
One-Pot Black Bean and Chicken Chili
We can’t make a comfort food recipe roundup without including comfort food classic, chili. Good chili should have well-seasoned meat, tender beans, and flavorful vegetables – this chili has all that and more. Now all you need to do is get cozy and get cooking this delicious dish.
Minestrone Tortellini Stew
A classic Italian soup with a twist. Get creative with your minestrone game with some delicious cheese-filled tortellini. Top it off with a little shredded parmesan cheese and enjoy this big bowl of warm delicious stew perfect for any night of the week.
Salisbury Steak Meatballs
Mashed potatoes, steak meatballs, gravy… we just put all the most comforting foods in one dish and it is like a warm hug. Enjoy this modern twist on a Salisbury Steak in the comfort of your home.
Sticky Pork Chops
Yes, more mashed potatoes because it’s honestly at the top of the comfort food pyramid. When paired with some warm sage and apple stuffing and delicious, tender pork chops with some pan sauce, it’s truly unbeatable.