21 Healthy Cold-Weather Tomato Recipes
STEPHANIE MCKERCHER, MS RDN OF THE GRATEFUL GRAZER
Fresh, juicy, and delicious local tomatoes are a rarity but that doesn’t mean we can’t continue to enjoy delicious tomato flavor, along with the beneficial antioxidants and micronutrients that tomatoes provide, all year long.
Because tomatoes are quickly canned after harvest, they retain their flavor and freshness.
It’s just one of the reasons canned tomatoes and other lightly processed tomato products are actually the preferred tomato ingredient for many chefs, registered dietitians, and healthy food bloggers.
Need some ideas? Here are 21 ways to warm up with cozy, cold-weather tomato recipes that prove hearty and delicious comfort food can also be packed with nutrition.
Easy Tomato Carrot Soup with Herb Fried Bread by Stephanie at The Grateful Grazer
“Clean Out Your Fridge” Vegetable & Rice Soup by Natalie at Nutrition á la Natalie
Black-Eyed Pea Burrito Bowl by Karman at The Nutrition Adventure
Kale with Stewed Tomatoes and White Beans by Aggie at Aggie’s Kitchen
Sweet Potato Lentil Chili by Anne at FANNEtastic Food
Creamy Tomato Soup by Julie at RDelicious Kitchen
Slow Cooked Chicken Tangine with Butternut Squash by Diane at Cape Fear Nutrition
Homemade Tomato Sauce with Mushrooms by Jessica at Nutritioulicious
Freezer Friendly Taco Soup by Stephanie at The Grateful Grazer
Stovetop and Crockpot Gluten Free Minestrone by Kelli at Hungry Hobby
White Bean Tomato, & Pesto Soup by Ann at My Menu Pal
Baked Taco Cups by Jodi at Create Kids Club
Healthy Mexican Lasagna by Jenna at Make Healthy Easy
Pasta Fagioli Soup by Emily at Zen & Spice
Instant Pot Beef Stew by Annemarie at Real Food Real Deals
Homemade Pizza Sauce by Meme at Living Well Kitchen
Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup by Jess at Dietitian Jess
Mushroom Caramelized Onion Naan Pizzas by Stephanie at The Grateful Grazer
Three Bean Chili with Wild Blueberries by Vicki at Simple Cravings. Real Food.
Healthy American Chop Suey by Katie at Healthy Seasonal Recipes
Mussels Fra Diavolo by Lauren at Nutrition Starring You
Stephanie McKercher, MS RDN is a registered dietitian, recipe developer, and mindful eating nutrition coach in Denver, Colorado. She’s on a mission to end calorie counting and help lead a movement toward healthy plant-based eating and more intentional living. Get started by visiting Stephanie’s website, The Grateful Grazer, and connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.