14 Homemade Mac & Cheese Recipes

14 Homemade Mac & Cheese Recipes

Whether you’re a professional boxer or prefer to make your own, mix up your mac and cheese routine by making something different for Shavuot!

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This single serving is ready in 15 minutes and all in one pot made from ingredients you probably already have at home.

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Pillowy gnocchi takes less than five minutes to cook. Making your cheese sauce while the water is boiling will help the dish come together quickly.

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Two comfort foods in one: Creamy spinach and artichoke dip meets mac and cheese, topped with crunchy panko breadcrumbs.

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(Photo: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt)

This variation, with chili peppers in adobe, evaporated milk and black beans, comes from James Beard Award winner J. Kenji López-Alt, author of “The Food Lab: cooking better at home through science

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This classic creamy mac and cheese is put in spring roll wrappers and baked until crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside.

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This dish contains pasta and Boursin cheese. That is it!

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Some Israeli flavors, such as cottage cheese and feta, are added to this American-style pasta dish. Serve alongside baked salmon for a perfect Shavuot meal.

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Swiss cheese and pesto set this recipe apart.

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There’s nothing more American than a slice of apple pie with a chunk of cheddar cheese. Embrace that feeling with this flavorful version of mac and cheese!

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This is a great way to make a family favorite party-friendly.

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This recipe features roasted tomatoes, basil pesto, and brie, topped with garlicky Ritz crackers and as much fresh basil as you can find.

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A few drops of truffle oil elevate a classic comfort dish into something extra.

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This is a hearty side dish with traditional buffalo wing flavor, but without meat. Serve with extra hot sauce for those who like heat.

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There are comfort food mashup recipes, and then there’s this king of the cheap spicy junk food recipe. Yes, you read the name of this recipe correctly: Flamin’ Hot Cheetos are in the sauce for extreme heat and flavor.

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