45 Comfort Foods for a Cozy Fall Meal

Comforting Fall Dishes

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Fall is the prime time for cooking comfort foods. As the weather gets colder, hearty soups, stews, and recipes that simmer for hours are finally welcome. Meals that are eaten out of a steaming bowl make everyone feel cozy, and fall produce such as pumpkin, squash, apples, and Brussels sprouts are all popular, cool weather eats. When you want an easy, comforting meal this fall, try any of these simple casseroles, baked goods, hot beverages, and snacks.

Related: 28 Fall Recipes That Showcase Seasonal Fruits and Veggies.

Chicken Divan

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Who doesn’t love the combination of chicken, broccoli, and cheese? Top it off with plenty of creamy sauce and bake until bubbly, and you’ve got chicken divan. Use a store-bought rotisserie chicken to save time.

Recipe: Spend with Pennies

Tater Tot Hotdish

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For those not from the upper Midwest, tater tot hotdish is a casserole baked with tater tots on top.

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Maitreyi Ramakrishnan Talks Food Activism, Plus the Craziest Meal She’s Ever Tried

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan

Maitreyi Ramakrishnan

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Maitreyi Ramakrishnan is the first to admit she’s an adventurous eater — but not so much an accomplished chef.

The Never Have I Ever star, 19, who has teamed up with MadeGood for the company’s Un-Wreck the Future campaign, spoke to PEOPLE about her favorite foods, the wackiest dish she’s ever tried and her passion for fighting food insecurity.

When it comes to one of the most memorable, outlandish eats she’s ever had, Ramakrishnan says she was adventurous enough to try a “weird combination” of popcorn chicken twirled with cotton candy.

“It was like, sort of weird, but it was good,” she says. “It was like sweet and sour chicken.”

The actress admits that she didn’t have as much luck when it came to crafting her own creative meal, a blueberry and cabbage sandwich she concocted when she was seven years old.

“It was

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The Best Prepared Meal Delivery Services for 2021

Everyone needs to eat, but unless you’re fortunate enough to have a personal chef, making food takes time and energy. Think about how much effort goes into shopping for food, cooking food, and eating food. Subscribing to a meal-kit delivery service may help you cut down on lengthy grocery trips, but if you want even greater food convenience, feast your eyes on these top prepared meal delivery services. 

What Is a Prepared Meal Delivery Service?

A traditional meal-kit delivery service sends you a box full of ingredients. When you sign up for Editors’ Choice picks, such as Blue Apron, HelloFresh, Hungryroot, Green Chef, or MisenBox, you’ll get everything from raw meat to whole produce to spice packets. Using the included instructions, it’s up to you to then assemble and cook those separate ingredients into a complete meal.

Prepared meal delivery services, however, send you complete

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6 Organic Meal Delivery Services To Subscribe To

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Cooking isn’t a fun hobby for everyone and for those who want some assistance in the kitchen, food delivery services are your best bet. All you need is the essentials like salt, pepper, and oil in your home and everything else will be sent straight to your door—including easy-to-follow recipe cards! For those who want to take it a step further and ensure their meals only include the best ingredients, these meal delivery services are organic so you can fuel your body and learn your way around the kitchen.

Want more food sent right to your door? Try these snack subscription boxes.

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One Potato

For some families, finding a food delivery service both parents and kids can agree on is a challenge. One Potato aims to fix that by offering food kids will love without it being “kid food.” Meals will

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