The Ultimate Guide to Surviving Winter Storm Jonas
Pile on the blankets, cue up Making a Murderer, and enjoy these ultimate snowstorm recipes.
If you're anywhere on the Eastern Seaboard of the United States, chances are you're in for some serious snow. Winter Storm Jonas is slated to hit a wide swath of land between Charleston and Boston on Friday and Saturday, dumping up to two feet in some places. In other words, it's time to stock up and hunker down. Here are all the recipes you'll need for a cozy, can't-go-out snow day (or two). Pro blizzard tip: Prep a recipe or two in advance in case you lose power (or don't want to get out of bed).
These spicy, rich scones taste like gingerbread—a perfect way to kick off a snow day.
Overnight Oatmeal with Almonds and Cherries
Soaking the steel-cut oats overnight means less prep time when you wake up and need something warm, stat.
Fluffy, Buttery Cinnamon Buns
The delicious smell of these gooey cinnamon buns will linger in the kitchen all day—long after your significant other/roommate/you have eaten all of them.
Melted Ice Cream Hot Chocolate
Drink this thick, decadent hot chocolate (or eat it with a spoon) and be transported to the snow days of your childhood.
Classic Chocolate Chip Cookies
Make the dough a day ahead and pop it in the oven when you're ready for cookies.
A snow day is the perfect time to tackle a baking project. Let the dough for this chocolate babka rise while you take a TV break, and in the afternoon you can have a slice with a hot mug of tea.
Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole
A hearty chicken casserole, just like your mother used to make.
Beef Stew in Red Wine Sauce
Simmer this classic stew on the stove all day, then pour yourself a glass of red wine and dig in.
Stovetop Mac and Cheese
Cheese + snow days = perfection. This rich, gooey mac and cheese is easy to make on the stovetop and comes together in no time.