So there's a mountain of snow outside and you are stuck indoors. Now what? Use this time to flex your creativity in the kitchen! There's no point in being bummed out by the weather, instead roll up your sleeves and cook up rich, comforting recipes that will help you brave any snow storm. Here are some easy recipes to get you started:
A snow day calls for a stick-to-your-ribs breakfast. Cook up a batch of these spicy huevos rancheros and serve with a nice stack of warm tortillas.
Use the snow storm as an excuse to indulge in this easy recipe for the ultimate cheesy casserole. Don't have Emmenthal at home? Use cheddar, mozzarella or any cheese you have on hand.
You'll love nothing more than to cozy up to a bowl of this comforting Italian vegetable soup. Make a big batch so you can enjoy amazing leftovers the day after.
Brave the winter storm by perfecting your Bechamel-making skills. That creamy sauce - and plenty of cheese - is what holds this scrumptious pasta bake together.
PUMPKIN SOUP WITH APPLES
Spice things up with this one-pot meal featuring pumpkin, apples, curry powder and thyme. Enjoy with a nice hunk of crusty bread.
CRANBERRY BUNDT CAKE
Fill your home with the enticing aroma of cinnamon, nutmeg and lemon thanks to this moist cranberry bundt cake. It'll tide you over through many a snow day.
Whether you dip them in coffee, tea or milk, you won't be able to keep your hands off these buttery cookies made with honey, brown sugar and pecans.
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