Looking for winter recipes? Long cold nights and frigid snowy days send us burrowing into our homes with warm comforting foods. Winter means hearty root vegetables, deep dark greens, in long slow braises, stews and roasts plus recipes for the holiday season as well.
Roasted Root Vegetable Tzimmes
Carrots, parsnips, turnips, and butternut squash are roasted with dried fruits, spices and honey.
Cherry White Chocolate Scones
Cherries and white chocolate—could anything be more decadent? Enjoy these for breakfast, snacking, and beyond.
A biscotti that won’t crumble or lose its shape as gluten-free pastries sometimes do.
Potato and Cheese Pierogi
Whether you come to pierogi by tradition or for the first time, you, too, will think Grandmother has visited your kitchen when you taste this gluten-free makeover.
Gluten-Free Gingerbread Men
These cookies are sturdy, crisp, not-too-sweet, and quite tasty. Make them as gingersnaps year-round.
Vegetarian Chili from “The Supernatural Kids”
This vegetarian chili has a lot of ingredients, but that’s what makes it special.
Spiced Apple Pie Soup
If you’ve got a burning desire to keep ’em down on the farm during the fall or winter holiday season, here’s the perfect way to do it.
Fall Harvest Fruit Butter
Serve up a bit of fall all winter long by freezing some of this recipe. It’s perfect on toast, English muffins, or bagels. The spices scent your house while it’s cooking, which is a bonus.
Grandmother’s Soft Gingerbread Cake
The aroma of this tender cake will remind you of your grandmother’s kitchen.
Spice-Scented Cranberry Sauce
Ginger, allspice and cinnamon boost the flavor of this holiday cranberry sauce.
Winter Salad of Oranges and Pomegranate
Seasonal oranges and pomegranates come together in this sweet salad that is perfect as a starter or as a dessert.
Holiday Stollen from Weight Watcher’s
Stollen is a traditional German fruit bread usually eaten at Christmas, and this Weight Watchers version has a PointsPlus value of 5.
Sweet Potato and Corn Chowder with Chicken
A delicious hearty soup to serve during the fall or winter months.
Glazed Squash with Walnuts and Thyme
With fall and winter written all over this seasonal recipe, this smart choice uses 86% less saturated fat than a typical mashed winter squash recipe.