Like so many of us here at Kitchn, you, dear readers, have been readying yourselves for winter and the holiday season by saving recipes for every occasion. This November, you've been clicking "save" on recipes that make the most wonderful homemade food gifts, tasty breakfast casseroles for holiday brunch, cozy slow cooker meals for busy nights, and hearty stews to warm you up from the cold. Have a peek to see what everyone is cooking!
Make this once and you'll see why so many readers are saving it. Add spinach and cheese and watch plain chicken breast instantly go from good to out-of-this-world amazing on a regular weeknight!
Toffee is one of the best holiday gifts you can give friends and family (and yourself!). Anyone who receives it will adore the rich decadence, while you'll totally appreciate how easy it is to make in advance.
With holiday brunches on the horizon, it's no surprise so many of you have been saving one of our most popular breakfast casseroles. Make it a day ahead so the challah can soak up the eggy goodness and then pop it in the oven first thing in the morning.
This is just one of the many delicious reasons why my meal plan includes a soup night. This lightened-up, weeknight version of classic broccoli and cheddar soup can be made with fresh or frozen broccoli, and comes together in just 30 minutes.
Our readers are getting ready for winter by saving this family-friendly stew recipe to make all season long. It is deeply savory, slightly sweet and tangy, and best served with a big chunk of bread to mop up all the broth.
Break this recipe out on weekends when you don't quite have the time to cook, and you'll be rewarded with a wholesome, Italian-inspired one-bowl meal.
When busy weeks roll around, this slow cooker recipe will reliably come to your rescue every time to make getting a wholesome and comforting dinner on the table a reality.
Let's be clear about one thing: Boeuf bourguignon is so much more than just another beef stew. This classic French dish, made popular by Julia Child, is deeply savory, with a rich red wine sauce and the most tender beef.
If you're not one of the many people who saved this spiced snack already, you'll want to do so now just in time for the holiday season. Your slow cooker makes this classic holiday treat easier than you thought possible.
Of all the new recipes on the site this month, these decadent and impressive (yet super-simple) chocolate truffles were your favorite. And who can blame you! With the holiday season on the horizon, these bite-sized treats are a great addition to the dessert tray and make a thoughtful gift.