Twenty Warming Recipes

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We’re delighted that this month’s seasonal round up comes from Luchia, who blogs over at Luchia Cooks. She’s put together a selection of warming recipes to help us get through these chilly winter nights. Having Italian heritage, Luchia can’t help but crave wholesome dishes and desserts, so she’s always got something delicious cooking in her kitchen.

Over to Luchia

Oh how I hate the cold, it makes me want hibernate in my duvet in front of the telly, surrounded by endless food. Who really wants to diet in the winter? …Not me (and I hope you don’t either), so lets enjoy eating our favourite comfort foods and attempt to eat less carbs in the spring – here’s to dreaming!

Light bites (6)

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Big ‘ole bowls (7)

Sweets (7)

As well as running her food and home blog, Luchia shares her culinary adventures on Twitter and Instagram. You can also follow her on Pinterest, where she keeps adding her favourite recipes and domestic wish lists.

Image credits: 1. I Heart Katies Cakes 2. The Londoner 3. Unsplash 4. Joy The Baker 5. Luchia Cooks 6. Sorted Food.

 

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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