• Chicken tortilla soup! Are you kidding me? Of course, the Pioneer Woman came up with this simple, slow-cooked dish. I love how she topped the soup off with avocado, sour cream, and fresh cilantro. Comfort food at its best.

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  • I don't know about you, but I will probably never go back to regular chili after having white chicken chili. It is seriously comforting and delicious—perfect as the autumn chill sets in.

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  • Where are my meat lovers at? If you like hearty comfort food, this one is for you—a traditional pot roast filled with beef, veggies, and that savory sauce. Your husband and kids will thank you later—and did I mention it's slow-cooked?

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  • Besides the Pioneer Woman, Rachael Ray is another one of my favorites. Potpie is good in and of itself, but this drop-biscuit chicken potpie puts a whole new spin on the traditional dish.

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  • I've seen a lot of squash recipes on Pinterest lately. I've seen squash in pasta, on burgers, in salads. To me, it seems interesting to add squash to soups as well. I'm definitely going to give this one a try for fall.

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  • Chicken sweet potato and kale stew. It is a healthier option for those long days when you want something filling yet good for you.

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  • Slow-cooked meatballs are just so goooood. Although I've never tried a honey-lime version, I might just have to this fall. These would be perfect for a cocktail party or served alongside rice and veggies.

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