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What are some good recipies to mix in with Macaroni and cheese?

What are some good add ins to make with macaroni and cheese, that you mix in with it, not on the side. Thank you.

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15 Responses to “What are some good recipies to mix in with Macaroni and cheese?”

  1. floridacrain said:

    Little smokies (like cocktail weenies) or ham chunks !

  2. babyj said:

    i asked this question a week ago lol
    and people said things like

    hot dogs cut up,
    or sausage,
    you could add green peppers and veggies,
    bake it for a few minutes to get a nice crust,
    top it with bread crumbs,

    or you could make a mexican style mac n cheese
    add some ground beef with taco seasoning and some tomatoes cut up

  3. Walking on Sunshine said:

    Tuna, tamales, mixed veggies, salsa, left over meats and veggies – really just get creative Mac N Cheese is so versatile you would be surprised. Good Luck!

  4. KRYSTL said:

    i love to add Rotel (tomatoes and chili peppers) and Spanish olives into the deluxe mac and cheese! YUM give it a try, promise you will like it.

  5. Bob D said:

    Ilove this one. It’s the flavor of the cream of mushroom soup.

    Macaroni & Cheese Recipes

    1 box (1 lb size) dry elbow macaroni
    16 ounces New York Extra Sharp Cheddar (coarsely shredded)
    8 ounces finely shredded sharp cheddar
    1 can cream of mushroom style soup, cream of chicken or cream of celery
    2 cans (from soup) milk
    1/2 stick butter
    1/4 cup dried chopped chives
    Kosher Salt to taste
    White Pepper to taste
    1 tablespoon garlic powder
    1/2 teaspoon Nutmeg
    Fried Onions


    Cook macaroni according to box, minus 2 minutes. Drain and set aside.

    Preheat oven to 350F. Butter the sides and bottom of a 9×13 glass baking dish.

    Using the same pan from the pasta, add the soup, milk, butter, and seasonings and chives. Stir over medium heat to combine and heat until butter has melted.

    In a large bowl, gently fold the pasta and cheese until well combined. Pour in to baking dish. Pour in the milk mixture and gently combine with pasta and cheese. Bake for 45 minutes. Top with onions and bake for an additional 10 minutes.

    Remove from oven and let stand for 10 minutes. Serve with sliced tomatoes garnished with chopped chives, Kosher salt, freshly cracked pepper and good extra virgin olive oil.

  6. Uncle Dud said:

    Hot peppers. Ham. Olives.

  7. jewel said:

    I like to make fried up wieners, cut in little pieces and bacon is also good.

  8. Crystal said:

    (Not all at the same time!) Drained tuna. Bacon bits. Sliced green onions (add just before serving). Sliced prepackaged luncheon sandwich meats — cut into thin strips or little pieces. Leftover chicken or turkey. Mushroooms. Baloney. Salami. Onions that have been pan-browned.

  9. brittany r said:

    any veggie, really
    cooked ground beef
    hot dogs cut up

  10. beeze said:

    SPAM! YUM!

  11. Toni B said:

    I have mixed some brown mustard and beer for one way. Another is yellow mustard, ketchup and hot dogs. Ground beef with ketchup and mustard. Tomatoe, garlic and fresh basil. Jalepenos and tomatoes for a little mexican twist. Mac and cheese is like pizza you experiment and remember what you like and what you did not like. Also try mixing up the cheeses as well. You could even make a pizza mac if you think about it. Throw in some pizza sauce, some pizza cheese and sausage and pepperoni. Good Luck….

  12. Georgia Peach said:

    Ham, green peas

  13. Tonya W said:

    Some people use bread crumbs.

  14. bikergal34 said:

    mac and cheese…well I have added many things…but the one all love is….a ham steak…diced…a bit of onion minced…sauted, a bit of cayenne..and a bit of mustard…this is for home made mac and cheese..I haven’t used the box in a very long time

  15. cherylann said:

    browned ground beef and onions, a can of tomatoes, chopped ham and green pepper, sliced spicy sausage, peas, scallions and bacon, pepperoni and a little pizza sauce


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