The cold snap has come, and it’s time to pull out some classic recipes — with some new twists, of course. This week, readers wanted all the flavors and warmth of autumnal cooking with some interesting upgrades.

1. Kale and Mushroom Lasagna, above. When it’s cooler outside, we’ll happily tuck into this gooey lasagna that’s packed full of kale. Best of all, it makes great leftovers. Find this Weeknight Vegetarian recipe on Voraciously.


2. Sour Cream Maple Cake With Maple Buttercream. If you love pancakes, you’ll adore this one-bowl bake. Technically pancakes are already cake, but with a cup of maple syrup in the batter, this one is firmly a dessert. Get the step-by-step guide to this recipe on Voraciously.


3. Fast French Onion SoupBack from last week is our sped-up version of French onion soup. With a couple of hacks, you can cut down on all the time it takes to get your onions deeply caramelized. Get the lowdown on Voraciously.


4. Old-Fashioned Baked Apples. It’s the time of the year for apple picking, so this simple baked apple dish is a great way to put those apples to good use. Head to Voraciously for more ideas on what to do with your apple bounty.


5. Pasta With Gorgonzola, Walnuts, Rosemary and Chocolate. Chocolate? In pasta? Yes! Adding chocolate to savory dishes is an excellent and unexpected way to add complexity to a dish. Get this recipe and learn more about chocolate in savory cooking on Voraciously.

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