One of our fave comfort foods! (And preparing it in the slow cooker makes it that much easier.) Find this slow-cooker French onion soup at Chatelaine.com

Slow-cooker French onion soup

Slow-cooker French onion soup recipe - Chatelaine I must try this! Of course I will use sodium free broth and season accordingly. I noticed the lack of thyme in the recipe, so that too shall be added.

This double chocolate brownie cookie strikes the perfect balance between fudgy chew inside and crisp crackle outside. Be warned: They're highly addictive!

Double-chocolate brownie cookie

This double chocolate brownie cookie strikes the perfect balance between fudgy chew inside and crisp crackle outside. Be warned: They& highly addictive!

This light corn chowder recipe uses leftover turkey or chicken. It's hearty, satisfying and a fraction of the calories of most chowders.

This light corn chowder recipe uses leftover turkey or chicken. It& hearty, satisfying and a fraction of the calories of most chowders.

A twist on a classic, this skillet chocolate chip cookie is great for dinner parties. Get the recipe over at Chatelaine.com

Skillet chocolate chip cookie

Hearty Italian Pot Roast—To get that rich, dark sauce, it's best to brown the meat before braising. The process takes a little time, but it layers in the flavour. Adding cocoa powder enriches the dish, too. 

Hearty Italian Pot Roast

Hearty Italian Pot Roast—To get that rich, dark sauce, it's best to brown the meat before braising. The process takes a little time, but it layers in the flavour. Adding cocoa powder enriches the dish, too.

Ditch the potatoes! The oven-baked broccoli cheddar tots are a nice light appetizer for your guests to nibble on this New Year's Eve.

Broccoli cheddar tots

Ditch the potatoes! The oven-baked broccoli cheddar tots are a nice light appetizer—perfect for entertaining, or healthy snacks.

Celebrate Australia Day (January 26) with the country's signature sweet: lamingtons. They're fluffy little snacking cakes drenched in coconut and chocolate.

Lamingtons

Celebrate Australia Day (January with the country& signature sweet: lamingtons. They& fluffy little snacking cakes drenched in coconut and chocolate.

Clementine White Chocolate Macaroons

Clementine White Chocolate Macaroons

Clementine White Chocolate Macaroons—These citrus-packed chewy treats make the perfect holiday dessert. Use damp hands when shaping your macaroons to avoid a mess.

Hearty Beef Stew—Cocoa powder might seem like an unusual ingredient to add to a savoury stew, but it adds an extra hit of toasty richness and colour, but without any of the sweetness you might associate with dessert. It’ll be your new favourite secret ingredient!

Hearty Beef Stew

Cocoa powder might seem like an unusual ingredient to add to a savoury stew, but it adds an extra hit of toasty richness and colour, but without any of the sweetness you might associate with dessert. It’ll be your new favourite secret ingredient!

Tomato Soup With Cheese Crisps—A delicious comfort soup for those cold, winter days.

Tomato Soup With Cheese Crisps

Tomato Soup With Cheese Crisps—A delicious comfort soup for those cold, winter days.

The Ultimate Crispy Chicken Wings

The Ultimate Crispy Chicken Wings

Lemon Curd Squares

Lemon Curd Squares

Chewy Pecan Treats—These to-die-for chocolates taste every bit as indulgent as their store-bought counterparts, but they're actually healthier thanks to the date filling.

Chewy Pecan Treats

Chewy Pecan Treats—These to-die-for chocolates taste every bit as indulgent as their store-bought counterparts, but they're actually healthier thanks to the date filling.

Creamy Tahini & Turmeric Dressing—Drizzle over our Squash, Quinoa & Pomegranate Salad or Brussels Sprouts, Rice & Halloumi Salad.

Creamy Tahini & Turmeric Dressing

Creamy Tahini & Turmeric Dressing—Drizzle over our Squash, Quinoa & Pomegranate Salad or Brussels Sprouts, Rice & Halloumi Salad.

Homemade lemon squares - Chatelaine

Lemon squares

Homemade lemon squares - Chatelaine

Brussels Sprout Caesar Salad—They've been cultivated since the 16th century, and these tiny cabbage heads are still going strong. The latest incarnation? Eating them raw in place of kale and romaine in dishes like this take on Caesar salad. 

Brussels Sprout Caesar Salad

Brussels Sprout Caesar Salad—They've been cultivated since the 16th century, and these tiny cabbage heads are still going strong. The latest incarnation? Eating them raw in place of kale and romaine in dishes like this take on Caesar salad.

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