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    When it’s still chilly outside, I find I need some nice warming and comforting food. ,y favourite is my Mum’s homemade apple and blackberry crumble with loads of custard :love: :yum: what’s yours? Please post any recipes you have below too
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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    When it’s still chilly outside, I find I need some nice warming and comforting food. ,y favourite is my Mum’s homemade apple and blackberry crumble with loads of custard :love: :yum: what’s yours? Please post any recipes you have below too

    Chicken Noodle soup with leeks cooked in my pressure cooker, served with crusty bread.
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    Soups and Stews are good.

    I love some hot chocolate when it's cold outside too.:love:

    And weirdly, ice cream.:hmmmm:
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    It is Chicken Noodle soup with leeks cooked in my pressure cooker, served with crusty bread.
    Ooh that sounds good! Does it take long to make? Could you put in any veg in that needed using up?
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    Soups and Stews are good.

    I love some hot chocolate when it's cold outside too.:love:

    And weirdly, ice cream.:hmmmm:
    Hot chocolate you've made or from a cafe? Cream and marshmallows? :love:

    I totally get that, it's weird as it's cold but so good. Although it would be made better by warm brownie and ice cream :yum:
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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    Ooh that sounds good! Does it take long to make? Could you put in any veg in that needed using up?
    Not at all and you can use any vegetables, nowadays I use cooked chicken I find from the supermarket.

    First I saute the chicken (if using cooked you can avoid this), take the chicken out and put in onions (garlic if wanted) until brownish. Add the chicken and vegetables and some kind of liquid, cook under pressure for 15 mins. When done, add noodles and put back under pressure for 3-5 mins. Everything is done in the one pot is the great thing about Pressure Cookers!
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    All kinds of soups. Hot meals. Not really a fan of eating cold food during winter months. Oh and also hot beverages
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    Hot chocolate with mini marshmallows and squirty cream! :drool:
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    Caramel Shortbread with creamy hot chocolate.
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    (Original post by BurstingBubbles)
    Hot chocolate you've made or from a cafe? Cream and marshmallows? :love:

    I totally get that, it's weird as it's cold but so good. Although it would be made better by warm brownie and ice cream :yum:
    Mmmm warn brownie and chocolate yes.:moon:

    Not cream or marshmallows.:nope:

    And I make my hot chocolate.
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    A hot cup of spiced tea and a good biscuit.
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    Chocolate
    Roast dinners
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    My mum's pork casserole Sadly I don't have a recipe for it or know how to make it. Must learn one day :moon:
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    Slow cooker meals! Either my vegan sausage casserole or curry. Both so good!
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    Macaroni and cheese, ideally made with multiple types of cheese, with cheese and onion crisp bits sprinkled on top.
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    (Original post by PhoenixFortune)
    Macaroni and cheese, ideally made with multiple types of cheese, with cheese and onion crisp bits sprinkled on top.
    Made this the other week for some friends with mozzarella, cheddar, emmental, parmesan and cream cheese with bacon lardons in and a gooey cheese layer on top :love:
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    (Original post by RivalPlayer)
    A hot cup of spiced tea and a good biscuit.
    ooh turn that into a chai latte (tastes like I would expect Christmas to taste) and I'm there :love:
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    (Original post by Emma:-))
    Chocolate
    Roast dinners
    I love dipping chocolate in tea so it melts, is that weird?

    A roast dinner is probably my favourite ever meal but even better in winter!
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    My mum's pork casserole Sadly I don't have a recipe for it or know how to make it. Must learn one day :moon:
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    Slow cooker meals! Either my vegan sausage casserole or curry. Both so good!
    These sound amazing! If/when you can do please post the recipes :love:
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    (Original post by PhoenixFortune)
    Macaroni and cheese, ideally made with multiple types of cheese, with cheese and onion crisp bits sprinkled on top.
    (Original post by lilGem)
    Made this the other week for some friends with mozzarella, cheddar, emmental, parmesan and cream cheese with bacon lardons in and a gooey cheese layer on top :love:
    Oh my... yes! I'm so hungry now, is anyone else? :lol:
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