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Macaroni and Cheese Done 8 Ways


  • California Pizza Kitchen Mac 1 of 8
    California Pizza Kitchen Mac
    Make restaurant-quality comfort food with this copycat mac and cheese recipe.
    Make California Pizza Kitchen Mac & Cheese »
  • Triple Cream Mac 2 of 8
    Triple Cream Mac
    Triple-cream cheese and super smoky bacon — you’ve never had mac and cheese like this! Not for the faint of heart. (Literally.)
    Make Triple Cream Mac & Cheese with Bacon »
  • Youve Gotta Try It! Mac 3 of 8
    Youve Gotta Try It! Mac
    Browned butter is the base for this decadent mac & cheese dish that’s topped with equally buttery crackers. You’ve definitely gotta try it!
    Make “You’ve Gotta Try It!” Mac & Cheese »
  • Skillet-Baked Mac 4 of 8
    Skillet-Baked Mac
    Skillet-baked means every inch of this mac & cheese is an ooey-gooey paradise. And it’s easier to make than the normal way.
    Make Skillet-Baked Mac & Cheese »
  • Mac 5 of 8
    Mac
    This macaroni-based meal is perfect for kids who won’t eat greens unless they’re covered in cheese.
    Make Mac & Greens »
  • Butternut Squash Mac 6 of 8
    Butternut Squash Mac
    The addition of roasted butternut squash brings elegance to this classic comfort food.
    Make Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese »
  • Gina Neelys Cheesy Corkscrews 7 of 8
    Gina Neelys Cheesy Corkscrews
    Food Network’s Gina Neely kicks up her Southern mac & cheese with a smoky, crunchy topping.
    Make Gina Neely’s Cheesy Corkscrews »
  • Fast Mac 8 of 8
    Fast Mac
    Ricotta cheese is the secret ingredient in this meal that cooks up just as fast as the boxed stuff!
    Make Fast Mac & Cheese »

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