Warm Winter Desserts To Enjoy This Year

Posted on January 14th, 2016 by Chips Restaurants

Restaurant in Orange CT | Diner in Wethersfield | Diner in Fairfield

Cuddling up by the fireplace or wrapping yourself in a warm blanket can certainly keep you toasty throughout the winter months, but did you know that the foods that you eat can also play a role in how warm or cold you feel? With the weather forecast predicting lows in the 20s and maybe even teens, it’s time to start whipping up those hot foods that spread warmth throughout your body when you eat! But sometimes a warm dinner just isn’t enough – let’s take a look at some warm desserts you can enjoy afterwards:

Apple Crisp: This delicious dessert may be more commonly associated with fall, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it in winter too. All you need to get started is some flour, sugar, salt, butter, oats, apples, cinnamon and lemon juice!

Chocolate Pudding Cake: Single servings of chocolate pudding will have your mouth watering as is, but an entire cake? Now that’s something! Although you will want to let it cool after it comes out of the oven, the warm chocolate on the inside can take the chill out of your bones in no time.

Double Chocolate Chip Cookies: What’s better than biting into a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie on a cold winter night? Taking a bite out of a double chocolate chip cookie! According to the recipe, it only takes about 10-12 minutes for each batch to cook, so you can enjoy this treat pretty quickly after you start baking.

What are your go-to foods when the weather outside is frightful? If you have a favorite winter dessert recipe, be sure to share it with us on Facebook!

Chip’s Family Restaurant is a diner in Southbury, Fairfield, Orange, Trumbull and Wethersfield, and has been serving the local people of Connecticut since 1966. With five locations currently open, there is an opportunity for everyone to experience the menu items that has everyone in the area talking! To learn where you can find a Chip’s near you, please visit the locations tab above.