Sunny's Easy Comfort Food Favorites

Sunny Anderson is the queen of comfort food. Try her take on spaghetti and meatballs, bread pudding and more. 
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Spicy Spaghetti with Mega Meatballs

Sunny makes her extra-large meatballs with a combination of beef and pork. She serves them up over spaghetti with an easy homemade sauce — if you like heat like she does, add a pinch of cayenne and a dash of hot sauce. It's a plate of comfort food that will please even the heartiest appetites at your table.

Get the Recipe: Sunny's Spicy Spaghetti with Mega Meatballs

Double-Chocolate Bread Pudding

Leave it to Sunny to take bread pudding to the next level of delicious decadence. She makes this one with croissants and cinnamon raisin bread, plus a double dose of chocolate (chips and syrup). Allow it to cool and settle for about 30 minutes and then cut out pretty squares, or just scoop into bowls and dig in right away.

Get the Recipe: Sunny's Double Chocolate Bread Pudding with Bourbon Whipped Cream

Sunny's Meatloaf and Potatoes

Sunny uses a combination of ground pork and ground dark-meat turkey for her juicy meatloaf. "Serve warm and if there's anything left, refrigerate it and enjoy a meatloaf sandwich for leftovers the next day," she recommends.

Get the Recipe: Meatloaf Is the Way to My Heart As Long As It Has Kick and Potatoes Are Around

Sunny-Side Up Burger

Sunny's open-faced burger is served on buttery Texas toast slathered with garlic mayo. Always a fan of spice, she finishes it off with hot sauce.

Get the Recipe: Sunny Side Up Burger

Bananas Foster Shake

These thick milkshakes are an easy twist on the classic New Orleans dessert bananas Foster — no open flame required. Sunny makes a caramel sauce and folds in sliced bananas, then blitzes the mixture with ice cream, banana liqueur and rum. Simply leave out the alcohol for a kid-friendly treat.

Get the Recipe: Thick Bananas Foster Shake