Winter Recipes Bucket List

 I made my first recipe bucket list this past fall and I loved having some new recipes we wanted to try ready at my fingertips when I was craving something new! For winter I went looking for comfy casseroles, warm soups, and a few sweets to try too.  


  • Stuffed shells or baked manicotti-- I haven't made this since before my boys were born!  Literally they have never had either dish but I do remember enjoying making them so I'd really like to try and get one made this winter and see what they think of it.
  • Creamy sundried tomato chicken and orzo-- I saw this on Tanya's website and thought it just looked too yummy not to try! 
  • Italian sausage & white bean soup-- I saw this pin and knew I already had a bunch of these ingredients on-hand already. 
  • Teriyaki chicken casserole-- I just love a good casserole! 
  • Loaded cauliflower broccoli casserole-- I was looking for some vegetable side dishes for the holidays and found so many recipes I wanted to try. 
  • I also found this apple butternut squash casserole-- I just love butternut squash and apples so I think this is going to be a favorite! 
  • It may not seem like it based on the recipes above but I do want to eat healthier so I was really excited to find this Weight Watcher's baked potato soup recipe. 
  • I've been wanting to try a new scone recipe-- perhaps dark chocolate/raspberry, or cranberry/white chocolate.. something both fruity and sweet.  
  • A new winter popcorn snack.  I'm not a huge fan of popcorn but I did love our Sweet Spring Popcorn Mix.

What is one of your favorite winter recipes?

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Comments

  1. These all sound great! I love stuffed shells! One of my favorites.

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    1. I used to order baked manicotti or stuffed shells from our local restaurants for take out when I was growing up and then somehow just forgot all about those meals and haven't ever had them since!

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  2. Can't wait to read how these turn out. (Your last paragraph ends mid sentence.)

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    1. Thanks for catching that! I meant to link up our popcorn mix but must have deleted the phrase when I highlighted it.

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  3. These all look so yummy!! I can’t wait to see how they turned out!!

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  4. I need to collect some recipe ideas - I have a lot of stipulations which makes it hard!

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  5. Winter foods are my favorite. Give me all the stews and soups please! These all look so yummy.

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  6. I love the idea of a recipe bucket list. I added some of those ideas to my list of what I want to make.

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    1. It has helped us add in some new foods to our rotation that I might not otherwise think to try.

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  7. Have mercy! I have GOT to get back to WW before I have to resort to wearing muumuus!! But that veggie casserole and the teriyaki chick are to die for!! Thinking I could light-en them - *my WOTY* - and maybe make them WW friendlier. Pinned and pinned this post!

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    1. I do that with lots of the recipes we find! I often play around on the WW sight designing a recipe until I have a points per serving I like.

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  8. Ooh it all looks delicious, Joanne! I am a big fan of soups and casseroles, too! I just slow cooked chicken breast in beer and taco seasoning which made the best tacos. Then I made nachos with it. Then I made a bagel sandwich with cheese and bacon with the beer chicken and it was quite possibly the most amazing thing I have ever tasted! Now I am thinking of different recipes to create with slow cooked chicken in different beers! Thanks for sharing your favorites and linking with me.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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    1. I never think of slow cooking chicken breasts; though I have seen a few shredded chicken recipes that look amazing!

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  9. I need to make a list of winter recipes too! That Teriyaki chicken casserole looks really good.

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