Overwhelmed? A taste of home always helps. These comfort food recipes are nourishing to the soul and to frayed nerves, and to hungry bellies, too.
We compiled a list of some of our favorite most delicious and comforting recipes. They’ll take you to another world—maybe even a nap. Dig in and get comfy.
It wouldn’t make our post about comfort food the best-ever if it didn’t start with something cheesy and wrapped in bacon. This is one of our absolute favorites. It’s a Mac and Cheese BBQ Fatty, and it’s bound to be some of the best comfort food you’ve ever put in your mouth.
Need something cheesy that the whole family can share? Everyone can happily get their fill of this BBQ Chicken Dip. The oozing, bubbling cream cheese will please your whole crew. Featuring our High Plains Heat Championship Seasoning and our Original BBQ Sauce.
PAIRS WELL WITH: Head Country Original BBQ Sauce, Head Country High Plains Heat Championship Seasoning, and busting out the old family photos collection.
One of our favorite comfort-food dishes (for obvious reasons): Pulled Pork Mac And Cheese–the ultimate mixture of our favorite ingredients. We’ve got pulled pork. We’ve got cheese. We’ve got pasta. But best of all–we’ve got our Original Championship Seasoning. Try making this delicious mac bake for your family and they’ll be begging for more forever.
Who doesn’t love a loaded nacho? Especially when it involves bacon. This recipe for BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger Nachos comes from Marissa Allen, creator of FirstandFull.com and an NFL wife and mother of two. She’s got hungry bellies to feed, so you know her recipes are going to be hearty and heavenly. Everyone will get their fill of comfort food with this nacho how-to.
Barbecue Meatloaf Sliders
Meatloaf is comfort food, defined. Sandwich a few slices between slider buns, add crispy onion strips and barbecue sauce, and these Barbecue Meatloaf Sliders are home on a plate. Bonus: these sliders are just as delicious warm for dinner as they are cold for lunch the next day (or hey, even for breakfast—we would never judge anyone for eating Barbecue Meatloaf Sliders for breakfast).