wholesome dinners, delicious desserts, & everything in-between

If you're also feeling a little burnt out from holiday cooking I feel you. Here are some of my favorite quick, simple recipes to make in January to unwind & reset! All of these recipes are: - Simple to make - No fuss - Seasonal - Super delicious

Beef stroganoff is a classic chilly-weather dinner that everyone loves. With shallots and brandy, this version is elevated, yet simple.

Pesto roasted veggie breakfast casserole is great for a crowd but arguably even better for a grab-and-go breakfast. Make this on Sunday, and breakfast is taken care of all week!

Ridiculously easy and beyond comforting, this lemony chickpea soup is a wholesome, veggie-packed dinner for winter weather.

Simple weekend baking project? Count me in! This cinnamon swirl bread with a streusel top is rich, not-too-sweet, and perfect for toast.

With flavorful sauce and a pop of citrus, this creamy lemon pasta with basil & pine nuts is a 20-minute dinner that will brighten up your winter.

Feel a cold coming on? Looking for an après-ski cocktail? Enter tea hot toddy! This toddy has ginger, honey, bourbon, and lemon to give you the warm-and-fuzzies.

This is 100% my go-to weeknight dinner when I don't know what to make. Sheet pan chicken cordon blue with Dijon sauce could not be more elegant or easier to cook.

Who can resist PB and chocolate? These crispy chocolate peanut butter bars are vegan & gluten-free if you're looking for something indulgent but nutritious.

I'm keeping this pot roast with red wine & shallots on repeat for Sunday dinner all January long. It simmers on the stove all day for a foolproof, hands-off dinner every time.

Snackers, unite! For a simple snack you can munch on at your desk or while you're watching a movie, try this matcha kettle corn. It's earthy, sweet, and crunchy!

Take advantage of gorgeous winter citrus with this roasted citrus compote! Serve over Greek yogurt with honey & pistachios for a decadent weekday breakfast.

The secret to this deconstructed chicken pot pie is that it's made on the stove with store-bought puff pastry for a pot pie you can eat any day of the week.


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