Sweater weather has arrived and we all know winter calls for warming comfort food. To make things more snuggy, we've decided to share our favourite hearty recipes, so you can keep warm and enjoy delicious meals during the cooler days.
A delicious hearty vegetarian stew, it's a great alternative to the reknowned French beef bourguignon. Is there anything better on a cold evening than a plate full of healthy and warm goodness? We think not. And trust us, even meat lovers will love this recipe.
Simple Mushroom Pie
You say molten cheese, we say yes! This surprisingly easy-to-make pie is an edible masterpiece. Delight your guests with the flaky, crispy pastry and dreamy filling.
Baked Feta with Tomatoes and Spaghetti
Pasta is always a good idea, and luckily for you this recipe is simple, fresh and delicious. Don’t wait too long – bring some Italian sunshine into your home.
Cauliflower Cheese and Leek Gnocchi Gratin
Gnocchi submerged in a cheesy cauliflower and leek sauce is our winter staple. The combination of the cauliflower and leek creates a velvety creaminess and takes this dish to the next level. It’s perfect on its own or served with a green salad.
Creamy millet porridge and red wine roasted rhubarb (Vegan)
When the temperature drops, and the mornings are cold, we recommend replacing your smoothie with a porridge. This one will warm your cockles and keep you full for hours. What’s not to love about it?
Dark Chocolate Vegan Cupcakes with Aquafaba Meringue (Vegan)
All you need is love... or more chocolate. Treat yourself to these dark chocolate cupcakes and discover aquafaba meringue at the same time – it’s a great to egg substitute, for those who are vegan or have egg allergies.
Warming Vegan Chilli (Vegan)
Thisvegan chilli is a perfect addition to your winter recipe repertoire. It will warm you up from inside and out, plus it’s easy to take for lunch the next day.
Baked Pasta with Mushrooms, Leeks and Silverbeet
There's nothing like a pasta bake to bring you all the comfort you need. At the end of the day, winter is for indulging.
Sweet Potato and Yellow Curry Soup with Udon Noodles
You can’t beat a curried soup. One of our favourites, it's full of amazing flavours and has a comforting level of spice. It is not only very nutritious, but also it's a good source of fibre which will help you to feel full for longer. Curl up with this hug-in-a-bowl and enjoy!
Raw Salted Caramel Slice (Vegan)
If you love the classic salted caramel slice, you will love this vegan option too. This healthier version includes only natural and wholesome ingredients – it's the perfect snack for your lunchbox.