15 Comfort Food Recipes You Need In Your Arsenal
Comfort food. It’s essential in these cold winter months; both for our bodies and our brains. Yes, you tend to be more sedentary during this time of year, but you’re also shivering constantly. Plus, some cozy eats go a long way toward making you feel better when you’re stuck inside.
Calories, schmalories — we say you need these comfort food recipes in your arsenal if you’re going to survive the winter:
Breakfast-in-Bed Steak and Eggs with Salsa Fresca
Why leave the cozy sheets of your bed when you could just eat these awesome steak and eggs still snuggled in it? Exactly.
Beer Cheese Mac and Cheese Polish Sausages
Just in case topping a perfect polish with creamy mac and cheese wasn’t enough for you, we added beer cheese, too. (Yup — you read that right. Beer. Cheese.)
Best Ever American Goulash
This beautiful bowl of beefy, saucy goodness is straight out of our goulash-dreams (oh, and the geniuses at Pip and Ebby.)
T-Bone Steak with Maytag Blue Cheese and Sun Dried Tomato Butter
Everyone knows a juicy T-Bone was meant to be with its best friend: butter. Add some blue cheese and sun dried tomatoes, and we’re ready to eat.
Delmonico Steaks and Potatoes
Steak and potatoes = classic comfort.
This burger is so decadent, we named it just for all of the dads out there who love some serious beef. (And bacon. And cheese. And — you get the point.)
Smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese
This Smoked Gouda version of a comfort food favorite by The View from Great Island will definitely warm you up this winter.
Flat Iron Pizza
Three words: Steak. On. Pizza.
The Ultimate Brisket Burger
Best Ever Chili Dog
If a hot dog smothered in beef, beans, and a lot of cheese isn’t comfort food, then we don’t know what is. All we know is that this recipe from The Cookie Rookie is making our stomachs grumble. Loudly.
Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignon Tips with Creamy Horseradish Dipping Sauce
One Pot Beef and Mushroom Stroganoff
This rich, creamy pasta recipe from Budget Bytes is bursting with tender beef and perfectly cooked mushrooms. Therefore, we want to eat it, like, now.
Smoked Brisket Nachos
And you thought nachos couldn’t get any better.
Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Shells
How do you choose between a Philly Cheesesteak and a plate of stuffed pasta? Easy — you combine the two, just like they did at Mantitlement in this everyone-approved recipe.
Sweet Donut Sliders