This makes a great side dish, but once the kids try it, it will become their main dish. The directions were made simple enough for a ten year old or a real beginner cook wanting to go beyond take-out or boxed dinners. Great for pot luck dinners too.
Uses Kraft(R) Easy Mac as the base for a delicious meal or side dish. While waiting for the macaroni to cook in the microwave, the additions are prepared and then mixed in!
Delish Southern dish!!!
My sister makes this for every family get together. It's easy to make but you have to prepare it one day ahead of time.
I got this from a friend a long time ago. I'm not sure where she got it, but it makes a pan full of cheesy goodness.
A zesty loaf with a cornmeal crunch, made in a bread machine with the cheese packets from boxed macaroni and cheese dinners! Perfect for everything from bread and butter to toast with Jalapeño Jelly. My kids love using this to make grilled cheese sandwiches using Pepper Jack Cheese!
My Father-in-law had the best, most moist cornbread I have ever tasted. He said he had a secret ingredient that he used and wouldn't tell anybody until a few weeks before he passed away.
Easy to make and a great comfort food. This cheese sauce also works great with potatoes, broccoli, or cauliflower. You can also double the milk and butter in the cheese sauce recipe, add cubed chicken with macaroni, and make it a complete meal in a pan.
A good college kid meal, short prep time and short cook time. Costs under $5 for entire meal.
This cake is the best Red Velvet Cake recipe you will probably ever taste! There was a lot of finger-licking after people enjoyed a piece of this cake when I made it.
Meaty, cheesy, all-in-one meal for the entire family!
My Great-Great-Grandmother used to make this hearty casserole when I was young, and it has always been a favorite of my Atlanta and Alabama relatives! I learned how to make it from my Aunt Edith Russell, while visiting her in Atlanta in the mid-90s.
This recipe was passed down from my great uncle and has been family favorite for years. This dish has a very unique flavor from an average mac and cheese recipe. It is extremely creamy and cheesy and has a mushroomy flair to it.
Eat just like the cowboys on the old range. Bust out a cast-iron skillet and make yourself this spicy cornbread. Then listen for the howl of the wolf and the lowing of the cattle.
A meaty side dish for your Southern feast--with slightly less fat thanks to the inclusion of turkey sausage.
Two Southern favorites bake together in once dish--cornbread and black-eyed peas. Add in green chiles for a little spice and this makes a nice side at your Southern cookout.
If cornbread is Southern, this really ups the ante. Mexican flavors like cumin and onion turn your cornbread into a trip across the border.
Every bite has a bite--from jalapeno peppers, that is. And a generous helping of cheese and creamy corn makes this soft after baking.
"A man full of grits is a man full of peace," proclaimed a South Carolina newspaper in 1952. Find out for yourself, and get a hefty helping of bacon, shrimp and okra.
Flavor power from Parmesan cheese, which men have been eating for more than 800 years. (Famous London diarist Samuel Pepys loved his Parmesan so much, he buried his during the 1666 Great Fire of London to protect from the flames.) Here this guy classic is part of a crunchy breading for chicken. Makes for an tasty weeknight dinner. And easy, so you don't have to worry about starting a fire of your own.