10 Cozy Things to Make in November 2019


It’s November aka the month that seems like the cooking and baking olympics. That’s why this month it’s so important; let’s dive into this list of 10 Cozy Things to Make in November 2019.

1. How to Build a Fall/Winter Cheese Plate – We all love cheese plates, don’t we. There’s an art on assembling a cheese plate this posts talks all about making a big autumnal/winter cheese plate for big family/friend gatherings.

2. Instant Pot Cuban Black Bean Soup – The entire month of October was full of lots of plant-based meals. This Instant Pot Black Bean Soup was on repeat last month and it’s the best “leftovers” soup.

3. Acorn Squash Queso Fundidio – I love queso fundido of all kinds. I’m actually working on a new queso fundido recipe (coming soon!) but this one is a great mainstay. It has sautéed acorn squash and all the flavors. Bonus points for putting it in an acorn squash.

4. Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup – This soup is super warming, spicy and light all at the same time. I love making it in the Instant Pot for pure ease but I included instructions for a regular pot too.

5. Veggie Baked Ziti with Burrata – When I think of fall and winter, I immediately think of melty cheese and pasta bakes. This is SO good because it’s made with a veggie bolognese, and then burrata is melted on top. YUM.

6. Chocolate Orange Morning Rolls – I have been pumping out cinnamon roll and morning roll recipes like a mad woman. These are a classic combo: chocolate and orange. And they’re perfect for any chilling Saturday morning.

7. Swedish Braided Cardamom Bread – I love this Swedish Braided Cardamom Bread. It’s perfectly spiced and the bread is so light and fluffy.

8. Pumpkin Tres Leches – I love Tres Leches cakes of all kinds. I have a few varieties on the blog and by far my favorite around this time of year is this Pumpkin Tres Leches. You would think that the pumpkin would add a lot of heaviness to this cake but it’s pretty light and sprightly.

9. Masala Chai Skillet Cake – This cake is super easy to throw together. Add some apples throughout and it’s so wonderfully spiced and delicious.

10. Shoyu Chicken – This recipe comes from Alana’s cookbook and it’s such an easy, delicious weeknight meal. It’s the thing I want to eat on a cold, crisp night.

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    Reply 4waystoyummy October 31, 2019 at 8:39 am

    I loved them all! I am having some girlfriends for lunch and will be trying out at least one of your recipes. Thank you and love that you are helping to load more plant foods onto our plates. I am working on it too!

    • Adrianna Adarme
      Reply Adrianna Adarme October 31, 2019 at 1:19 pm

      You’re so welcome. Let me know how the recipe goes, if you try any of them. 🙂

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    Reply Carrie C. October 31, 2019 at 9:25 am

    I really enjoyed this post this chilly autumn morning – you made me feel cozy indeed. You are really good at what you do! Just wanted to say thanks. And that skillet cake is going on my must-cook list!

    • Adrianna Adarme
      Reply Adrianna Adarme October 31, 2019 at 1:19 pm

      Amazing! Let me know how it goes if you make it. 🙂