30 Recipes to Make in February (+ Easy Dinners)

30 Recipes to Make in February (+ Easy Dinners)
30 Recipes to Make in February (+ Easy Dinners)

Looking for comforting treats to get through the shortest month of the year?here are the best Recipes Made in February.

From hot meals to Valentine’s Day, you’ll find plenty of inspiration.

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Eating the same thing can get old fast, especially if you’re stuck inside because of winter weather.

Cheesy Tuna Casserole with Pea and Egg Noodles

That’s why this collection contains a full month’s worth of recipes, and then some. That’s a new dish a day!

There’s lobster risotto, butternut squash soup, nachos with cheese, and even hot chocolate.

From classic chili to mouthwatering brownies, there are plenty of February recipes to cheer you up for the cold weather.

Same chicken dinner getting you down? Transform your poultry with this tasty treat.

You season chicken thighs with buttery roasted smoked paprika. This gives the thighs a nice char on the outside.

Finish it in the oven and serve it with creamed spinach.

All this combined is mouthwatering!

There is nothing more disappointing than a poorly cooked steak.

So don’t leave cooking to chance. Instead, follow this recipe.

The steak has the perfect sear, and the garlic butter enhances the flavor without distracting from the meat.

Perfection like this deserves to be a date night dinner.

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This dessert couldn’t be more perfect for Valentine’s Day.

Cheesecake can be tricky. Fortunately, this one requires no baking.

No matter your skill level, you can whip this up for your special Valentine’s Day.

Remember, it does need to chill for at least 4 hours.

When the Super Bowl rolls around, it’s time to hammer out a game plan for the menu.

While there are plenty of game day appetizers, chicken wings are a must.

They’re a crowd-pleaser with guaranteed touchdowns. Plus, these are super easy because you can just bake them.

This healthy hot chocolate will keep you warm all month long.

This dairy-free, vegan hot chocolate contains coconut milk, almond milk, maple syrup, and unsweetened cocoa powder.

It’s kid-tested and parent-approved.

So put a few glasses together and have fun building new family memories.

Here’s a life hack for you: Spicy Lasagna Soup. Get the lasagna you want without elaborate assembly.

Hearty and comforting, it’s a mess of all the best ingredients.

It has pepperoni, ground beef, cheese, and more in tomato soup.

Add lasagna and let them soak up all the goddesses.

Now, here’s my idea for a cozy evening meal.

Looking to find new recipes before Brussels sprouts are out of season? I heard!

This is one that even picky eaters will love.

This cozy sheet pan drowns Brussels sprouts with heavy cream and cheese.

The only other things you need are Italian seasoning and garlic.

Although, some garlic bread would be great.

Some avocado varieties ripen in winter.

Do you know what that means? It’s guacamole time!

From texture to taste, this guacamole is delicious. It has the right ratio of avocado, onion and tomato.

As for the level of spiciness, you can put more or less hot sauce.

Grab the chips and let the dipping begin.

Tuna Casserole is a classic home dish that’s like a warm sweater.

So if you’re craving comfort food, stir it up.

It has tuna, egg noodles and vegetables in a creamy cheese sauce.

A few seconds also have many servings.

Throw on a pot of this chili and you’ll be warmed up.

The combination of beef, beans, tomato, diced green chilies and spices is just right.

Hearty, bold, and meaty, everyone can appreciate a classic chili.

It sounds sacrilegious, but this pie is arguably better than apple pie.

The filling oozes tender apples coated in cinnamon and sugar. Then there’s the crust, which is flaky buttery heaven.

Just before serving, butter each slice with maple syrup. It elevates the whole experience.

This perfect brioche toast is a work of art.

Humble roots like sweet potatoes and beets are flavored with a luxurious, creamy sauce.

Getting slices equally thin can be a challenge. With a mandolin, this is not a problem.

All you need to do is slice, assemble and bake.

Grab some veggie sticks, because you don’t want to miss out on this dip.

It tastes like something you order at a bar.

Yet, you can do it in the comfort of your own home in just 25 minutes!

When it’s on the table, you’d better take a step back.

This hot, savory dip is inviting your guests to feast on it.

I don’t know how anyone could say no to such a remarkable brownie.

They literally have to die for it.

At the bottom, you have a fudgy brownie pan. On top, you have a layer of cheesecake.

Sure, they’re indulgent, but that’s what diet cheat days are for.

I’ll say I save it for Sunday football. But really, I just want nachos.

But can you blame me? This skillet is a feast for meat and cheese lovers.

Toppings include cheddar cheese, peppers, onions, jalapenos, cajun seasoning, and a heap of beef.

Pile on pico de gallo, add sour cream, and dig in.

Do you need a romantic dinner for two? I got something!

The lobster risotto is sure to be a hit.

Two buttery lobster tails were combined with a creamy white wine risotto.

It’s decadent, elegant, and ready in under 40 minutes.

Only two glasses of wine were missing from this dinner.

Serve with this stew when you want a hearty meal.

Roast meat, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and onions are simmered for hours in beef stock.

Give it a swig of red wine and tomato sauce to bolster it up.

One bite and you’ll be satisfied and comfortable no matter what the weather is like outside.

The cauliflower itself was a bit bland. Prepared properly, it’s spectacular.

Take a cue from this recipe. It dips cauliflower in a creamy sauce and a pile of cheese.

It also tricks family members into eating their vegetables.

Warm up any night of the week with this 30-minute butternut squash soup.

This is one of my favorites, especially in the cold winter months.

It’s so healthy and delicious. I just love creamy soups.

Especially when they come out thick and soft without any cream.

It’s a combination of butternut squash, onion, garlic, vegetable stock, nutmeg, and butter.

For a vegan version, use a non-dairy butter substitute.

When it’s cold outside, and I mean really cold, don’t make chicken stock. Make a chicken stew.

Hearty and comforting, it’s even more filling.

It has chunks of meaty chicken to go with chunks of vegetables, all drenched in a tangy tomato broth.

The selling point, though, is that everything is piled on top of a layer of bacon grease. Yes, that means it has bacon in it too.

Shepherd’s Pie is a classic February favorite.

It’s part healthy, part comfort food, and it’s downright delicious.

On the bottom, you have a delicious layer of ground beef, veggies, and cheddar cheese.

Meanwhile, it’s topped with just a thick layer of creamy mashed potatoes.

No need to call family. They were already sitting at the table, forks in hand.

Here’s the vegan pasta you’ll want all February.

Crushed tomato sauce with sautéed shallots and Italian spices wraps over tender macaroni.

For a healthy element, add spinach to the mix.

If you want more cheese, add vegan Parmesan or nutritional yeast.

What makes it creamy is the vegan cream cheese added to the sauce.

Need a special Valentine’s Day cocktail? Then you want love potion #9.

This intoxicating cocktail is a flirty creation with deep red accents.

It’s a gin with pomegranate juice, egg whites, lemon and simple syrup. Top with rose petals for decoration.

It’s perfect for the holidays, whether you’re looking to surprise a Valentine or have a girlfriends night out.

Any month is a good month for pepperoni pizza. A classic loved by adults and children alike.

Instead of ordering takeout, make it a dine-in pizza night. This is a fun cooking activity the family will love.

It’s also a nice break from the usual routine when there’s too much snow to even deliver.

And it’s not our typical chain pizza either. It’s a culinary experience that just so happens to use pepperoni.

Sink your teeth into the crust and you’ll see what I mean.

With so many hearty dishes, you’ll need a leafy winter salad for your rotation.

It’s a mix of romaine lettuce, radicchio, snails, radishes, carrots, and apples. It also has lively dressing to match.

Enjoy with a cozy winter dinner or light lunch. Either way, there are healthy salads we can use in winter.

Tiramisu might not be a quick dessert, but this one is. It’s an alcohol-free game of tiramisu in just 14 minutes.

There are layers of pepper and fluffy sweet mascarpone cream.

Pepernoten are a Dutch biscuit that makes a great substitute for crunchy biscuits.

This linguine is loaded with earthy mushrooms.

It’s creamy, full of umami, and ready in 15 minutes.

You’ll love the creamy sauce, pecorino and pine nuts to go with it.

For mushrooms, it’s all about nutty chestnuts.

Healthy munching throughout February with these Curried Sweet Potato Fries.

These baked chips are so much healthier than fried and have a great spice mix!

For the best taste, dip the chips in the egg white. It’s amazing how crispy they turn out.

Did you eat so many cookies in December that you didn’t want to look at another until February?

Well, February is here, and that means cookies are back in the oven.

Looking forward to spring, I love keeping it fresh with lemon cookies.

They are soft, bright and sweet. It’s the perfect little snack after a big meal.

You’ll want to repeat this winter vegetable soup!

It’s a nutritious and delicious way to keep warm in winter.

It’s stuffed with vegetables like parsnips, potatoes, carrots, and spinach. There are even Italian cabbage beans hiding in the mix.

For broth, you don’t need much. Just vegetable stock, canned tomatoes, garlic and thyme.

It’s simple, clean, and just right!

Recipes Made in February

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