Instant Pot mac and cheese could not be easier, creamier, or more delicious. This version incorporates the classic flavors of homemade macaroni and cheese with a combination of aged gruyere, sharp cheddar, and parmigiano cheeses, plus dashes of Dijon mustard, nutmeg and cayenne.
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A creamy 3-cheese mac with a butternut squash sauce tossed with noodles and baked.
Need a cozy dinner idea that pairs with wine? Dive into a pot of this smoked gouda mac and cheese, paired with Spoken Barrel Cabernet Sauvignon for a bold duo.
This one-pot meal is loaded with ground beef, tomatoes, and plenty of cheesy goodness to make a delicious chili mac and cheese.
This mac and cheese pizza sits on a garlic-loaded crust and will make all of your carb dreams come true.
It’s National Mac and Cheese Day! We’re celebrating with this baked summer squash succotash mac and cheese.
Exactly what you were thinking – a mac and cheese that is both sweet and savory? Well, it’s pretty darn good.
Heat up the holidays with spicy Korean-style fare while it’s cold outside.
With sweet, creamy cheese this baked macaroni is spiked with a spicy buffalo hot sauce for true fall comfort food.
If your mac and cheese knowledge is limited, we’re here to help. It’s hard to go wrong with carbs and cheese, but the variations are endless. Here are 10 different recipes to guide your adventures beyond the box.
Blue cheese adds a little twang to classic mac and cheese with crispy bacon, golden-brown brussels, and a touch of paprika for a real flavor explosion in an easy, one-dish meal that’s perfect for any busy summer night.
Topped with pretzel bread, this unique mac and cheese is comfort food at its finest with an IPA and tangy mustard to help the cheeses go gourmet.
A traditional sharp cheddar mac and cheese goes gourmet with added cheeses and spicy jalapeños before baking.
The Castello Aged Havarti adds a deep, nutty flavor to any Mac and Cheese recipe. Check out our simple classic recipe in this video.
If you feel like indulging in your favorite comfort food, be sure you make it yourself! Here are five tips for enjoying your food without the usual regrets.
Enjoy some ancient grains in this einkorn, spinach mac and cheese.
This creamy cheddar cheese sauce gets a slightly sweet flavor from the pumpkin puree while a sprinkling of panko adds crunch.
This fusion of a classic Italian dish and a nostalgic American favorite can be served as either a main course or a side dish.
The quintessential comfort food gets a gluten-allergy sensitive update.
You can put together these one-bite servings of the comfort classic ahead of time and reheat them to impress guests at a dinner party.
It isn’t overwhelmingly pumpkin-y, but very rich and creamy with a hint of squash flavor at the end.
Try this cheesy and creamy slow cooked mac and cheese from Sherron Watson.
Certain foods stand the test of time in our home kitchens, perhaps due to ease of cooking, plain deliciousness, or a combination of both.
Try this out for dinner. Or lunch. Or heck, instead of your bacon and eggs in the morning. You won’t regret it.