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5 Winter Snacks To Warm You Up

13 Jun 2018

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Winter is coming, and along with the cool weather comes the cravings for comfort food!
Keep your hunger satisfied and warm up your insides with these 5 delicious winter snacks the whole family will love.

1. Banana Bread

If you’re in the mood for baked goods (and let’s face it, who isn’t during winter?), treat your tastebuds to this recipe for banana bread. With a little brown sugar, cinnamon, flour and bananas, you can whip up this tasty snack to tide you over until mealtime. Don’t forget to toast and add plenty of butter for that melt-in-your-mouth feeling banana bread is best for.

2. Spicy Mexican Bean Soup

Warm your hands (and your tummy!) with this quick and easy bean soup recipe. All you need is some beans, tomato, avocado and spices to create this hug in a bowl, and it will take you less than 30 minutes to make. We recommend toasting some sourdough for dipping, because carbs are always a good idea.

3. Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Healthier than regular potato fries, these baked sweet potato fries are jam-packed with flavour, and the perfect snack to nibble on during the chilly months. Just grab some sweet potatoes, vegetable oil, salt and pepper, and you have everything you need to make this super simple and satisfying winter snack.

4. Cheese and Bacon Cob Dip

Is there anything more comforting on a cold day than the warmth of melted cheese? We think not. This kid-friendly recipe for cheese and bacon cob dip is sure to be a hit with the whole family. Stock up on a cob loaf, bacon, cream cheese and thickened cream, and you’ll be on your way to warm, cheesy snack heaven!

5. Savoury Muffins

A great winter snack when you’re on the go, this recipe for savoury muffins is perfect for picnics, afternoon tea, and filling those lunchboxes. The recipe calls for self-raising flour, egg, milk, cheese, and a bunch of yummy vegetables. They take just 15 minutes to bake, and can be made in large batches and frozen.

To really warm up this winter, try our delicious and comforting recipe for minestrone soup.