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Top 53 comfort foods that make you feel better every time

From creamy chocolate to Mum’s piping hot lasagne, buttery mashed potatoes, freshly baked bread and more, these are the dishes that we crave to make everything okay. Dig in.

Top 53 comfort foods that make you feel better every time
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We asked the Reader’s Digest community to tell us their all-time favourite comfort foods – the kinds of dishes that evoke memories of childhood, satisfy a craving or simply make the world feel like a better place. You’ll be amazed by some of the responses… and may just get a few crazy ideas to try yourself.  

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1. Chocolate
1. Chocolate
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Dipping a strip of dark chocolate in a mug of hot coffee. Stirring it, then sucking off a layer of oozy lava. I can enjoy the flavour and texture for longer. It feels so decadent but really is such a simple pleasure. I just forget about everything else. – Paul Westbrook
 



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