One of my most favorite features on the site is the ability to save recipes. And I can see I'm far from alone! You, dear readers, have been clicking "save" on so many of our favorite recipes as you read through the site. But these 10 recipes were saved more than any others in October, and for good reason — they're a mix of easy weeknight dinners, fall baked goods, and slow cooker meals.
It's no surprise that readers were hitting the "save" button for this one-pot wonder. Just as comforting as classic stroganoff with a signature creamy sauce, this version relies on budget-friendly ground beef and comes together in under an hour.
If you haven't already saved this miracle meal, do it now! On those nights you just don't feel like cooking, these buttered noodles, tossed with plenty of Parmesan and crunchy breadcrumbs, will always hit the spot.
You'll love these classic meatballs just as much as all of our others readers, I'm sure of it. Make a batch (or two!) and stash them in the freezer for busy weeknights. Your future self will thank you.
Our readers love slow cooker recipes, and this takeout-inspired favorite was a big hit all around. On busy weeknights when everyone in the house needs to eat at different times, this is the chicken dinner you want on your side.
No surprise here! Classic beef tacos speak to your soul just as much as they do ours. There's really no limit to all the ways you can serve up this weeknight casserole. Keep it classic, serve it atop a salad, or pair it with tortilla chips for the best Taco Tuesday ever.
What if I told you that you could have a rich and creamy bowl of mac and cheese while also packing in over a pound of cauliflower? You can, and that's why so many readers are keeping this dinner on their radar.
Of all the fall favorites, you guys have been into this Italian carrot cake big time. And I do not blame you one bit. This version skips all the spices we usually associate with the dessert classic — instead it's all about the carrots and gets a luxe topping of mascarpone cheese.
It's prime pumpkin season, so it's no surprise tender pumpkin muffins have been on the top of your mind. These simple muffins are delicious as is, but should you want to mix in some chocolate chips, walnuts, raisins, or coconut, you won't regret it.
This Indian-inspired slow cooker recipe has been a reader favorite for quite some time, and it was a real hit this month. This curry dish benefits from a nice, long simmer, making it a good pick to cook all day while you're at work.
Of all the recipes on the site, this orzo and roasted vegetable salad was a reader favorite this month. It is basically fall in a bowl, and it can play everything from weeknight side to make-ahead salad. It would even be a welcome addition to your Friendsgiving spread.