Love cooking but hate the cleanup? Then these cozy recipes are for you! A tasty dinner doesn’t require a ton of dishes—all you need is one pot for an easy, fuss-free meal that’s impressive yet time-saving! Find a few of our favorite recipes below.
Salmon is packed with nutrients and vitamins that are essential to staying healthy in these cold months. This aromatic pot from Taste combines fresh ingredients with bold flavors to brighten up any winter day. Be sure to cook your salmon with its protective skin layering to ensure an evenly crisp texture, as well as to lock in all of those desired vitamins and flavors.
Braised brisket is a winter must, and thanks to The Modern Proper, it is easier than ever to make right at home. Unlike traditional roasted brisket, the braise caramelizes to create a moist and tender brisket soaked in a comforting sauce with carrots and potatoes.
This juicy chicken bathed in garlic butter from Eatwell 101 comes together in one skillet, saving extra prep and cleanup time. Feel free to switch out the asparagus with any greens you have on hand, just don’t forget the fresh lemon juice. Best served over a bed of rice!
Healthy Little Peach’s sheet pan meatloaf and vegetables cuts down the cook time and allows for individual loaves that are perfect for any weeknight dinner. Baking in mini meatloaf portions creates an even cook throughout. However, make sure not to overmix the beef to avoid a firm and chewy texture once baked.
This one-pot soup from Oh Sweet Basil is the comfort food we’re all looking for on those cold winter days! Zuppa Toscana translates to “Tuscan soup,” and with each creamy bite of spiced Italian sausage, you feel like you are eating right in Italy.
Our hot and melty ham-and-cheese sliders do not disappoint. Whether you are having a cozy night in with the kids or hosting a party, this is a crowd-pleaser. Prepare everything in the pan ahead of time and keep it in the fridge until you are ready to bake and enjoy! Don’t forget the spice to top it off, as this rounds out the dish.
The challenging part about homemade mac and cheese is the cleanup. However, now with this sheet pan version from Damn Delicious, you won’t have to be scraping cheese off your stovetop. Skip the panko and broil for the last couple of minutes to create an extra-toasted top and creamy mix.