5 Comfort Food Recipes To Get Us Through Winter

Living in the South, I can assure you there is nothing quite better than southern comfort food. Those yummy, homemade recipes make us feel warm and cozy during the dreadfully cold winter months. 

Read on to see 5 recipes that are easy to make and taste just like home…Chrissy Teigan’s mac and cheese recipe is enough to get us out of bed and cooking!


Chicken Pot Pie

Chicken pot pie is a classic southern recipe and might even taste better the next day. It’s golden brown crust and soft inside make this pie one of the best to date.

Creamy Cheese Lasagna

Lasagna is another one of those recipes that makes for great leftovers the rest of the week. The more cheese the better, and mixing different kinds of cheese is another way to change it up and make it your own.  Adding savory mixes of meat make it even more delectable. 

Cornbread Chili

What is better on a cold and dreary day than cornbread chili? It tastes like down home, home-cooking, and the cornbread and cheese tops it off and has us drooling.

Creamy Shrimp & Grits

Spice up traditional southern grits and turn them into something dreams are made of with creamy, spicy cheese grits and shrimp!

Mac & Cheese with Breadcrumbs

Chrissy Teigan’s recipe changes the game when it comes to mac and cheese. The breadcrumbs cooked on top taste to perfection and the different cheeses give it a spicy kick. This one is not something you want to pass up.

To top off a few southern recipes, here are 3 delicious cocktails to warm your insides this cold winter season:

White Russian

This creamy Kahlua cocktail will keep you warm and toasty all winter long. Mix with a cinnamon stick for a little flavor.

Kahlua Hot Chocolate

Hot chocolate during the winter months is a given, but spice it up with some Kahlua for a little kick.

Mulled Wine

This red wine and brandy mixed cocktail will have you sipping all night. The delicious touch of lemon adds extra savory, delicious flavor.

xo, KF

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