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Quick Weeknight Dinners: Warm, Comforting Winter Meals

Quick Weeknight Dinners: Warm, Comforting Winter Meals

Winter is officially here, and that means short days, freezing nights, and somehow even less time to do everything on your schedule than usual. Fortunately, it's possible to prep and cook a warm, comforting homemade meal in under an hour, using ingredients already on hand. In this installment of our Quick Weeknight Dinner series, we've rounded up some yummy, easy winter dishes your whole family will love – and you'll love how fast they are to make.

Roasted Italian Sausage with Peppers and Onions

Take a break from ground beef and chicken breast with this tasty Italian sausage one-pot meal, full of veggies and so much flavor, your kids will gobble it up. Simply cut up the onions and peppers, add potatoes if you'd like and the Italian sausage and roast in the oven. Easy and delicious!

Spicy Asian Noodles with Chicken

Need to heat things up in this cold weather? These noodles are a fun, bold change from spaghetti, and can be made as mild or spicy as your family likes. Serve with Kahiki egg rolls and some edamame for a delicious Asian Night!

Skillet Chili Mac

Who doesn't love mac & cheese? This one pot meal takes everyone's favorite comfort food and adds ground beef, chili seasoning, beans and a few veggies to create a warm, delicious dinner. Your whole family will be competing for the leftovers!

Slow Cooker Vegetable Soup

There's nothing like coming home to dinner ready to eat, especially if it's this delicious soup on a chilly winter night. Don't you just love slow cookers? Use frozen veggies in the soup for a fresher, healthier alternative to canned.

Crock Pot Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken pot pies are a delicious, comforting meal, but traditional recipes can take hours to make. If you want the rich flavors of pot pie but need something quick for dinner, look no further. Spend ten minutes prepping this recipe, put it in the slow cooker and go about your day. Then, come dinner time, serve it over biscuits for an easier version of chicken pot pies. Yum!

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