28 February Recipes You'll Really, Really Want To Cook This Month (Because The Shortest Month Can Be The Tastiest)

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You've got 28 days. Make them tasty.

February is here! If you're still sticking to your New Year's resolutions to cook more, these recipes will make it easy. Here are 28 cozy, seasonal, and tasty things to make all month long.

Here's what's in season right now:

list of february seasonal ingredients


Joy The Baker / Via joythebaker.com

Make Sunday brunch something worth waking up for with these light and airy Dutch baby pancakes. The batter comes together in the blender, and then they're topped with cinnamon, sugar, and cranberry sauce.

Recipe: Gingerbread Dutch Baby

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Sauté sliced potato, leek and chard in a skillet, pour over your beaten eggs, and let it all bake in the oven. Best of all, you can prepare this frittata in advance and enjoy it throughout the week.

Recipe: Chard and Potato Leek Frittata

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Control the texture of this soup by deciding how long to blend up all the ingredients. If you prefer a slight chunky consistency, just give it a quick pulse before returning it to the sauce pan.

Recipe: Pea and Leek Soup with Poached Eggs

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This recipe replaces the egg yolk in the dressing with tahini so it has an extra nutty kick. Use entirely roasted Brussels sprouts or add in some additional greens like kale or Boston bibb.

Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad

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This charred cauliflower, a vegetarian take on Indian butter chicken, is the star of the show. It's simmered in an indulgent sauce made with coconut milk, vegetable broth, tomato paste, and lots of spices.

Recipe: Butter Cauliflower

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Calling for just a handful of easy and budget-friendly ingredients like cabbage, ground pork, and mostly pantry staples, this egg roll in a bowl is just as easy and quick as ordering take-out.

Recipe: Egg Roll In a Bowl

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This soup is so rich you won't believe there's absolutely no cream added. Roasted cauliflower, white beans, cashew nuts, and veggie broth give it layers of flavor and a velvety texture.

Recipe: Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Soup

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This salad is almost too pretty to eat. Make your bowl even more colorful by combining the season's freshest citrus like grapefruit, blood orange, and clementines.

Recipe: Winter Citrus Salad

22. Clementine Cakes

Clementine cakes with icing.

The Woks of Life / Via thewoksoflife.com

Adorable clementines are back in season, so take full advantage by making this bite-sized dessert. These teeny cupcakes are drizzled with an icing made of powdered sugar, orange liqueur, vanilla, and orange zest.

Recipe: Clementine Cakes

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Super moist, infused with cinnamon, and a perfect blend of sweet and savory, these homemade carrot cake muffins are bound to be your new favorite dessert (with leftovers for breakfast, of course).

Recipe: Carrot Cake Muffins

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There's something unbeatable about the combination of buttery shortbread crust and tart, jammy cranberries. The cranberry cream is totally optional but extremely delicious.

Recipe: Cranberry Crumble Tart

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Valentine's Day cocktails, anyone? Here, rosé wine it's combined with elderflower liquor, cranberry juice, and ginger beer for a slightly spicy, totally refreshing cocktail you can make by the batch.

Recipe: Spiced Cranberry Rosé Spritzers

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