You guys clicked and we listened. These recipes were the most popular in October.Photo: Chuck Collier
This is a family favourite and a recipe you can make with your eyes closed! This stew recipe leaves the onions out but you can add some diced onion to the mixture if you prefer.
Get the recipe here: Helen's Slow Cooker Beef Stew
This casserole can be made days in advance and frozen, to be reheated later, or can be made in the morning and be popped in the oven right before dinner. It’s delicious!
Get the recipe here: Cheesy Chicken Noodle Casserole
This easy recipe prepares in under 15 minutes!
"Best. Chicken. Ever. I made a double batch and we hardly had any leftovers. Everyone kept asking for more!" Kristy Woudstra, Online Editor
Get the recipe here: Parmesan Crusted Chicken
These ribs are easy to prepare and fall off the bone delicious! Just fix and forget until you're ready for them.
Get the recipe here: Crock Pot BBQ Ribs
Here's a different take on lasagne. Your kids will love these cheesy jumbo pasta shells!
Get the recipe here: Fresh Herb and Ricotta Stuffed Shells
Caribbean-inspired spices give this dish — one of the most popular recipes on our site —a new twist. Throw everything into the slow cooker the night before and refrigerate.
Get the recipe here: Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin with Sweet Potatoes and Apples
Busy parents can't go wrong with a dish that has the word "lazy" in its name!
Get the recipe here: Lazy Perogy Casserole
Although we've ditched the traditional can of mushroom soup, this updated tuna casserole recipe is every bit as quick to prepare — and just as comforting to eat.
Get the recipe here: Modern Tuna Casserole
This recipe has only three ingredients and is really easy to make! So if you aren't all about hearts, cut the fudge into any shape you’d like.
Get the recipe here: Hearts of Fudge
This sweet dessert is easy to make. Grab some cream cheese and a few other simple ingredients and you have a killer dessert on your hands.
Get the recipe here: Skor Bar Cheesecake
Freeze cooked soup in portions. Defrost fully and reheat gently in a saucepan over medium-low, adding a little water and salt if needed.
Freezer tip: Freeze a couple of lunch-sized portions for days when you just don't feel like making another sandwich.
Get the recipe here: Delicious Lentil and Kale Soup
A kid-friendly classic and a grown-up guilty pleasure, it's no wonder this dish topped our favourites this month.
"Mac and cheese is my step-son's favourite meal. I like to make this as a treat for him. It tastes way better than the boxed stuff and it's just as easy." Kristy Woudstra, Online Editor
Get the recipe here: Just-As-Easy Macaroni and Cheese
These soft, spicy cookies will make your house smell very nice while they're baking. And they taste even better!
Get the recipe here: Banana Oatmeal Cookies
These sweet, hearty muffins are great for breakfast or a quick snack. For extra apple-y goodness, serve warm with your very own homemade apple butter!
Get the recipe here: Apple Oatmeal Muffins
This recipe is perfect for school lunches, picnics or even for a dinner in a pinch. The best part about it is that you can easily change it up for suit your family's favourite toppings.
Get the recipe here: Portable Pizza Pockets
Take the kids apple picking, then make this scrumptious dessert with the spoils. The addition of almond to the classic crumble top adds a little something special.
Get the recipe here: Apple and Almond Crumble
This is a quick and easy variation of the classic breakfast fave. Assemble it the night before and bake in the morning. Great for busy weekend mornings.
Get the recipe here: French Toast Casserole
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