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Macaroni and Cheese

Looking for recipes for macaroni and cheese? Taste of Home has the best macaroni and cheese recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Bacon Mac & Cheese

Bacon Mac & Cheese

Bacon Mac & Cheese

Bacon and jalapeno pepper update ordinary mac and cheese, giving it great grown-up taste. I serve this comforting dish throughout the year.—Shelly Boehm, South Bend, Indiana

Mac 'n' Cheese for One

Mac 'n' Cheese for One

Mac 'n' Cheese for One

This casserole is easy to make and goes well with any meat without having days of leftovers.—Lucy Holland, Derby Line, Vermont

Beer Macaroni & Cheese

Beer Macaroni & Cheese

Beer Macaroni & Cheese

Creamy with a hint of beer, this macaroni is one of our favorites for a big family dinner. — Lauren Petersen, Everett, Washington
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Baked Macaroni 'n' Cheese

Baked Macaroni 'n' Cheese

Baked Macaroni 'n' Cheese

Everyone loves the golden color and cheesy goodness so much that I'm asked to bring this dish to all our get-togethers.—Karen Ochs, Erie, Pennsylvania

Grandma's Mac and Cheese

Grandma's Mac and Cheese

Grandma's Mac and Cheese

"Here's a must-have for any cheese lover's recipe box," promises Melissa Bower from Carbondale, Illinois. "The creamy side dish is easy to make and gets rave reviews from everyone who tastes it."

Macaroni and Cheese for Two

Macaroni and Cheese for Two

Macaroni and Cheese for Two

THIS IS one of those dishes that our family calls "a Mama recipe". My mother rarely consulted a cookbook, so when asked for a recipe, she could only estimate. I've worked out the ingredients to make it for two, but it can easily by doubled. It's simply a good, wholesome dish most folks seem to enjoy. —Betty Allen East Point, Georgia

Creamy Macaroni 'n' Cheese

Creamy Macaroni 'n' Cheese

Creamy Macaroni 'n' Cheese

"I prepare this cheesy recipe when I'm craving 'comfort food' but trying to eat a little lighter," advises Dawn Royer of Albany, Oregon. "The hint of mustard adds zip to this creamy side dish—and it makes a pleasing meatless entree, too."

Two-Cheese Mac 'n Cheese

Two-Cheese Mac 'n Cheese

Two-Cheese Mac 'n Cheese

A lot of stories claim that mac and cheese was created by Thomas Jefferson, Marco Polo or the cooks of China. My favorite theory? An Italian housewife invented it to introduce non-Italian Americans to macaroni. —Stephanie Sorbie, Glendale, Arizona

Four-Cheese Macaroni

Four-Cheese Macaroni

Four-Cheese Macaroni

I adapted this recipe from one a friend gave to me. It has a distinctive blue cheese taste and is very filling. I like to serve it with chicken. —Darlene Marturano, W. Suffield, Connecticut

Mexican Macaroni and Cheese

Mexican Macaroni and Cheese

Mexican Macaroni and Cheese

For a classic casserole with a little more grown-up taste, give our Test Kitchen's zesty macaroni and cheese a try.

Stovetop Macaroni and Cheese

Stovetop Macaroni and Cheese

Stovetop Macaroni and Cheese

When I was a girl, Mama used Texas Longhorn cheese in this recipe. After it melted all over the macaroni, I loved to dig in and see how many strings of cheese would follow my spoonful. —Imogene Hutton, Brownwood, Texas
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