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3 Comforting Dishes for When Temperature Drops Down

When you’ll need some serious heart-warming comfort food after a long and cold day outside, you’ll thank yourself for having these dishes prepared ahead of time! Reheat at will, they’ll only get better!

Chicken Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes

healthy comforting recipesPhoto credit: © Eatwell101.comSo gorgeous and flavorful! These stuffed chicken quinoa tomatoes will provide all the nutrition you need for a healthy, comforting meal.Get the recipe.

Spiced Braised Beef with Chickpeas

warm comforting recipesPhoto credit: © Eatwell101.comYou cannot get anything more comfy than this braised beef and chickpeas stew featuring succulent meat infused with a rich tomato sauce and a kick of spice.Get the recipe here.

Roasted Acorn Squash Soup

warm comforting soup recipesPhoto credit: © Eatwell101.comQuick and easy enough for a comforting dinner—Acorn squash is roasted then blended with onion, curry, and cinnamon to create a healthy and nourishing soup. Click here to get the recipe.

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