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Once you’ve roasted butternut squash, puree it to make this winter soup. Serve it piping hot with a bread roll for the ultimate cosy feel.
A classic roast chicken is a guaranteed family favourite. With its crisp skin, light and juicy stuffing, and accompaniment of rich gravy, this roast chicken is hard to beat.
One for the meat lovers, these spicy meatballs will soon get you warmed up. Easy to make, these can be served with dips or as part of a pasta dish.
Make comfort food sweet and stay warm when dinner’s done with a treacle pudding – serve hot!
Casserole is a perfect go-to winter food. This easy chicken casserole recipe will keep the whole family warm all winter.
Shake up your winter cooking this year with some roast duck. The cranberry stuffing gives this a real festive feel.
We all love a good pie, and this steak and kidney pie is a classic. Save time on the day by cooking the meat a day in advance.
You can't go wrong with a warm pudding this winter, and the melted toffee sauce on this delicious winter dessert is to die for.
Stay warm this winter with a delicious vegetarian twist on a family favourite. Packed with spinach and mushroom, it’s got all the vitamins to ward off a winter cold.
Bonfire night is important for two reasons: fireworks and food. Chuck some of these veggie burgers on the barbeque for a unique winter warmer.
Few recipes can beat a simple cottage pie. This traditional recipe is the perfect winter comfort food.
This tasty winter vegetable soup is a great vegetarian dish to warm up this winter, perfect as a starter or standalone meal.
If you fancy trying a new meat with your roast dinner, look no further. This slow-roasted pork is best served with thick gravy.
Don’t forget pudding! This delicious dessert will satisfy your sweet tooth and warm you up. What could be better?
With tasty bacon, a mix of vegetables, and a cheese sauce to finish, this farmer’s bacon bake is well worth cooking up this winter.