15 Cozy Recipes to Make on a Snow Day
Make the most of your next snow day with one of these comforting and delicious recipes. Whether you're looking for fun snow-themed treats (kids will get a kick out of snowman-shaped pancakes with bacon scarves), cozy comfort foods (we've certainly got you covered in that department, from classic beef stew to Mamaw's favorite old-fashioned casserole), or a warming winter beverage (hot chocolate for the kids, mulled wine for the adults), you'll find something you love in this collection of our best snow day recipes.
Use our basic recipe for fluffy pancakes, along with chocolate chip buttons and a bacon scarf, to assemble a snowman-shaped breakfast. We simply can't imagine a cuter (or more delicious) way to start a snow day.
Sheet Pan Turkey Chili with Cornbread Dumplings
Classic, Hearty Beef Stew
Italian Sausage Soup with Tortellini
Best Big, Fat, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie
Snow days call for your favorite classic comfort foods — and what's more comforting than these large and chewy chocolate chip cookies? Though you can make them at home, they're just as good as anything you'll find in a bakery.
Mamaw's Chicken and Rice Casserole
Chef John's Sourdough Bread
Though it's not hard to make Greek baklava, delicately layering the ultra-thin phyllo dough sheets with butter is certainly not a quick process. But what else do you have to do on a snow day?
Absolutely Ultimate Potato Soup
Grandma's Italian Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Creamy Hot Cocoa
Cozy Mulled Wine
Warm up on a cold winter's night with a cozy cup of mulled wine. This recipe was developed using a slow cooker, but you can easily prepare it on the stovetop over medium heat.
Chef John's Cassoulet
Italian Bread Bowls
You only need four ingredients to make these snowball-shaped shortbread cookies: unsalted butter, confectioners' sugar, all-purpose flour, and (optional) walnuts.
Looking for more snow day ideas? Find a new favorite with our collections of Hearty Winter Soups to Warm You Up After a Day Outside and Hot Drinks to Warm Up Your Winter.