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15 Drool-Worthy Vegan Comfort Food Recipes That Will Warm Your Heart and Tummy

December 5, 2016

There are some days when you just need something that will comfort you inside and out. It may be your favorite sweats and a big sweater, it may mean a snuggly blanket, and it may mean certain foods that make you feel warm and cozy. On December 5th, we get to indulge in those feelings because it’s National Comfort Food Day. Comfort foods are different from person to person. For some, it may mean fried food while for others, it may mean a bowl of soup. What they do have in common is that they are foods that bring out emotions in us — nostalgia, safety, sentimentality, calm, or peace. We tend to crave comfort foods when we are stressed or feeling unsure and unsteady. Another thing most comfort foods have in common is that they are indulgent. They may be salty, sweet, fried, cheesy, or covered in gravy. For recipes, look at these — The Best American Comfort Foods – Veganized, 15 Flavorful and Filling Comfort Foods Packed With Good Carbs, 15 Comfort Foods, and 25 of Your Favorite Classic Southern Comfort Foods Made Vegan. Of course, we can make comfort food healthier and lighter. Check out these 25 Comfort Food Recipes Made Healthier and Lighter. Then, put on your comfiest clothes and get ready to feel all warm and fuzzy with these 15 comfort food recipes that will warm your heart and tummy. 1. ‘Chicken’ and Waffles Crispy fried “chicken” on top of a fluffy stack of waffles… What could be better?! Whether it’s the hot sauce baked into the tofu chicken, the sprinkle of rosemary, or the truffle oil in the waffles, this dish of ‘Chicken’ and Waffles is full of tasty surprises. With such beautiful presentation, this is a must at your next weekend brunch. Don’t forget the maple syrup! 2. Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese Casserole This Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese Casserole is comfort food heaven. Sweet, creamy butternut squash is paired with decadently cheesy macaroni elbows and sealed with a unique flatbread topping. The finishing touches really put it over the top, from the smoky Shiitake bacon to the red pepper flakes and maple syrup. Normally, we’d say this casserole is perfect to make for a week of easy meals, but we know this one will only last a few days. 3. Barbecue Pulled Jackfruit With Roast Potatoes Have you ever had pulled jackfruit? Jackfruit is a tropical fruit related to mulberries, but when you cook it just right, like in this recipe, it has the consistency of pulled pork. This Barbecue Pulled Jackfruit With Roast Potatoes has young jackfruit cooked in barbecue sauce and smoky spices until tender and easily shreddable, then served on a platter with oven-roasted potatoes. This platter makes a fantastic lunch or, if you serve it with chips, it’s an awesome game day snack. 4. Chicago Deep Dish Pizza...

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