What to Cook in January

What to cook in January –  Make the most of seasonal ingredients with these unique and delicious recipes.

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes!

For anyone who’s trying to add some excitement to mealtime, the new year marks a new start to try some unique, inspired– and best of all, simple! — recipes.

The month of January might mean cold weather where you are, but it doesn’t mean that certain produce isn’t in season. Consider making recipes that include fresh fruits and vegetables for tasty meals that are full of color, flavor, and better nutrition.

If you’d like to start saving time and money while still making delicious food, check out the following recipes, which highlight the season’s freshest produce. From Brussels sprouts carbonara to glazed tangerine cake, you’ll love preparing and sharing these recipes!

WHAT’S IN SEASON IN JANUARY:

  • Brussels sprouts
  • Clementines
  • Grapefruits
  • Kale
  • Leeks
  • Lemons
  • Oranges
  • Parsnips
  • Persimmons
  • Pomegranates
  • Tangerines
  • Turnips
  • Winter squash
(This will vary depending on where you live.)

WHAT TO COOK IN JANUARY:

BRUSSELS SPROUT CARBONARA WITH POMEGRANATE ROASTED WINTER SQUASH by Half Baked Harvest

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Brussels Sprouts Carbonara

Simple, colorful and so delicious!

CLEMENTINE JAM by The View From Great Island

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Clementine Jam

A thick no-pectin jam ready in 30 minutes!

PINK GRAPEFRUIT GREEN SMOOTHIE by Get Inspired Everyday

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Grapefruit Green Smoothie

The perfect, healthy start to your day!

SUPERFOOD CRUNCH SALAD WITH HOMEMADE BALSAMIC APPLE VINAIGRETTE by Oh She Glows

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Superfood Crunch Salad

Shredded kale is tossed in a tangy balsamic apple vinaigrette and then topped with sliced pear, pomegranate arils, pepita, hemp, black sesame seeds, and large flaked coconut.

LEEK AND POTATO SOUP by RecipeTin Eats

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Potato Leek Soup

A creamy, classic French soup.

5 INGREDIENT LEMON CHICKEN BY As Easy As Apple Pie

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Lemon Chicken

Simple to make, tender, juicy, slightly crisp around the edges and packed with lots of fresh lemony flavor.

CRANBERRY ORANGE BISCOTTI by As Easy As Apple Pie

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Cranberry Orange Biscotti

Biscotti studded with flecks of dried cranberries and orange zest.

PARSNIP GARLIC MASHED POTATOES by Joyful Healthy Eats

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Parsnip Garlic Mashed Potatoes

These are probably the creamiest mashed potatoes you will ever try!

MAPLE CINNAMON CHIA BOWL {PERSIMMON+POMEGRANATE} by Viktoria’s Table

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Persimmon Pomegranate Chia Bowl

A light, nourishing breakfast that combines two seasonal fruits – persimmons and pomegranates.

GLAZED TANGERINE CAKE by It Bakes Me Happy

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Glazed Tangerine Cake

A tangerine loaf cake glazed with a simple and delicious tangerine icing.

ROASTED ROOT VEGETABLES WITH TOMATOES AND KALE by Simply Recipes

What to cook in January - Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes! Roasted Root Vegetables

Great for a side, or a hearty meatless meal in itself.

Stock up on January's produce, and try these unique and delicious seasonal recipes!

2 comments on “What to Cook in January”

  1. Thanks for sharing my breakfast chia bowl 🙂 Have a happy, and fulfilling new year, Elena!!

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