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Record-breaking low temps and ponds of slushy grey snow along the streets of New York can make it a hassle to dine out. And though we love Seamless, well, we try to stay on budget too. While nothing feels better than enjoying a cup of warm broth or tea in the comfort of your apartment, sometimes even that’s not satisfying enough. Here are five cheap comfort foods that are easy to make (and upgrade) and guaranteed to keep your tummies full and warm in the midst of a perpetually cold winter season.

1. Ramen

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Ready in less than 10 minutes, packet ramen is a classic college g0-to student meal when $20 Ippudo isn’t always wallet-friendly. For DIY restaurant-styled ramen, add an egg into the pot when the noodles are almost cooked and break the egg yolk to mix it into the ramen broth. Shred boiled chicken, add sprouts, greens and drizzle with Siracha: yum.

2. Clam chowder

Photo by Delissa Handoko

New England, Manhattan, or Rhode Island – we love all clam chowders the same. Canned soups rarely go wrong in winter’s chills plus, when garnished with parsley or bay leaf and served with toasted ciabatta or a baguette, it can become an effortlessly bistro-style meal.

3. Macaroni and cheese

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Mac and cheese can be prepared traditionally by stovetop, baked in an oven, or minute-fast in the microwave. For extra-cheesy lovers, check outhow we like to spruce up our mac.

4. Dumplings

Photo by Delissa Handoko

Our favorite deal? Dumplings from Lam Zhou Handmade Noodle in Chinatown (50 for $9) which can be kept frozen for months. Just boil a couple for 15-20 minutes and you have yourself restaurant-quality pork and chive dumplings the restaurant. Dip into soy sauce with a bit of minced garlic. A variety of other delicious dumplings can also be found at M2M.

5. Hot chocolate

Photo by Delissa Handoko

With tiny marshmallows on top (or a bit or Bailey’s if you’re really cold.) Need we say more?

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9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

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Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

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When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

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Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

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Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

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Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

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Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

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Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


9 comfort food recipes to make on a Sunday afternoon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

When you wake up on a Sunday — you know, one of those when you have absolutely no plans — it’s like taking a breath of fresh air. Your schedule is totally up to you, and if you want to spend the day sleeping in, watching movies or reading a book, you can do it. But when it comes to food, while it might seem tempting, skip takeout and use your free time to make something extra delicious — you won’t regret it.

These comfort food recipes are worth every minute you spend standing at the stove or waiting by the oven. Actually, some don’t take that long to make at all. Be bougie and make your own red wine-braised short ribs or whip up a classic grilled cheese sandwich. It’s Sunday and there are absolutely no rules.

1. Red Wine-Braised Short Ribs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

These red wine-braised short ribs are cooked slowly in a Dutch oven to make them oh so tender. While they do take a few hours to make, every minute is worth it. They’re perfect for dinner on a cold winter night.

2. French Onion Soup With Cheesy Mushroom Toast

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Dutch Oven

If a bowl of classic French onion soup wasn’t tempting enough, try our version topped with garlic mushroom toasts. It’s great on a chilly day and goes well with a crisp salad.

3. Sesame Lamb Potstickers

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

Potstickers may seem easier to eat when you order via takeout, but have a little faith. Follow these steps and you can make your own delicious sesame potstickers at home. These particular morsels are filled with lamb, but you could substitute another protein, if you prefer.

4. Bacon, Asparagus And Goat Cheese Pizza

Credit: In The Know

Most pizzas are made with a red marinara sauce, but this white pizza mixes goat cheese and Greek yogurt for an extra creamy base. Top it with fresh asparagus and crispy, salty bacon — and add even more cheese, you know, just to be safe.

5. Three-Cheese Grilled Cheese

Tools needed: Nonstick Skillet

These gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches are stuffed with Gruyere cheese, Muenster cheese, white cheddar, herbs and the secret ingredient: caramelized onions. Yes, this is the best grilled cheese sandwich recipe.

6. Creamy Avocado Pesto Spaghetti And Meatballs

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Food Processor

This pesto pasta sauce has a creamy texture, thanks to the addition of avocado. If you use frozen, pre-cooked meatballs, the whole meal comes together in under 15 minutes.

7. Garlic Hasselback Potatoes

The term “hasselback” refers to the way the potato is cut — sliced about halfway through all the way down the potato like a fan. You’ll stuff butter, garlic and fresh herbs between the slots, sprinkle with cheese and bake for a buttery, cheesy potato dish. Once you’ve tried hasselback potatoes, you’ll never want to eat potatoes any other way.

8. Pepperoni Pizza Mac ‘N Cheese

Credit: In The Know

Tools needed: Cast Iron Skillet

Pepperoni pizza and mac ‘n cheese are two comfort foods that are great on their own — but combined, they’re even better. You don’t have to take our word for it though. Try out this hybrid recipe for yourself.

9. Mini Shepherd’s Pies

Credit: In The Know

Shepherd’s pie is lot like chicken pot pie, but with beef and mashed potatoes. In fact, mashed potatoes serve as the crisp, delicious topping to this yummy dish. This mini version is great for serving as an appetizer at a party — or to kids who prefer to eat with their hands.


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