It's hard to believe mac and cheese can be healthy, but this dish gets it done.
The tastes of fall make this comfort food just a little bit more comforting.
Pureed butternut squash adds right into the cheese without changing the color or texture. It's the perfect way to sneak in some veggies... with a side of bacon.
Add a little spice to your life with this Mexican-inspired dish.
The silky cream sauce in this dish is laced with heat from poblano peppers, making this a more grown-up version of your favorite childhood dish.
Avocado is a surprisingly tasty (and healthy) addition to macaroni and cheese — and this dish proves it.
Take one of our favorite guilty-pleasure sandwiches and a gooey bowl of mac and cheese and what do you get? This beautiful creation.
The addition of jalapenos to your favorite macaroni and cheese recipe turns up the heat level — and the requests for seconds.
One of the easiest ways to update your mac and cheese is by switching up the cheese. The smoked Gouda in this dish gives it a distinctive smoky flavor we think you'll love. Want to add some protein and make it a complete meal? Try adding Tyson® Crispy Chicken Strips.
The addition of peas to macaroni and cheese is an old standby for sneaking in veggies, but the taste of Dijon mustard takes this recipe to a whole new level.
Macaroni and cheese has gone fancy in this decadent dish.
Chicken, broccoli and sun-dried tomatoes make this version of mac and cheese into a colorful masterpiece.
Gnocchi, covered in cheese and bacon and baked it until it reaches ooey gooey perfection. Sound delicious? It is.
Single-serving mac and cheese cups are easy to serve and perfect for freezing for a quick lunch or dinner later. Plus, who can say no to four cheese?
We're drooling over here. Mac and cheese, stuffed into a pie with pancetta. Yum.
They said mac and cheese couldn't be done without pasta. They were wrong.
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