Whether you’re a boxed pro or prefer to make your own from scratch, mix up your mac and cheese routine by whipping up something different for Shavuot!
This single serving is ready in 15 minutes and made all in one pot from ingredients you likely already keep around.
Pillowy gnocchi takes less than five minutes to cook. If you make your cheese sauce while the water boils, the dish comes together quickly.
Two comfort foods in one: Creamy spinach and artichoke dip meets mac and cheese, with crunchy panko breadcrumbs on top.
This variation, featuring chiles in adobe, evaporated milk and black beans, comes from James Beard Award winner J. Kenji López-Alt, author of “The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science.”
This classically creamy mac and cheese is stuffed into egg roll wrappers and fried until crispy on the outside and gooey on the inside.
This dish features pasta and Boursin cheese. That’s it!
Some Israeli flavors, like cottage cheese and feta, are added to this American-style pasta dish. Serve alongside baked salmon for a perfect Shavuot meal.
Swiss cheese and pesto set this recipe apart.
There’s nothing more American than a slice of apple pie with a chunk of cheddar cheese. Embrace that sentiment with this flavorful version of mac and cheese!
This is a great way to make an all-time family favorite party-friendly.
This recipe features roasted tomatoes, basil pesto and brie, topped with garlicky Ritz crackers and as much fresh basil as you can find.
A few drops of truffle oil elevates a classic comfort dish into a little something extra.
This is a substantial side dish with traditional buffalo-wing flavor, but without any meat. Serve with extra hot sauce for those who love heat.
There are comfort food mashup recipes, and then there’s this king of the cheesy, spicy junk food recipe. Yes, you read the name of this recipe right: Flamin’ Hot Cheetos are in the sauce for extreme heat and flavor.