Salsa Mac with Colby Jack

 
Salsa Mac with Colby Jack

April 15th 2012By Joy of Kosher

 

Mexican Corn “Mac” and Cheese

 
Mexican Corn "Mac" and Cheese

May 16th 2015By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This corn "mac" and cheese has no macaroni, instead it is based on a Mexican grilled corn recipe covered in a creamy spicy sauce and topped with cheese. Taken off the cob the dish reminds me of a creamy mac and cheese. It is really impressive if you can make your own aioli, but mayo is a fine shortcut. Traditional Mexican corn uses Cojita cheese or Queso fresco, but since I can't find those kosher I learned that feta cheese was a really great substitute for this dish. Also, based on your variety of chili powder the level of spice will vary, add yours to taste.

 

Marvelicious Mac and Cheese

 
Marvelicious Mac and Cheese

June 22nd 2012By Joy of Kosher

 

Macaroni & Cheese and Bruschetta Salad

 
macaroni and cheese with bruschetta salad

January 7th 2013By Shifra Klein

Interestingly enough, this quick method of making macaroni and cheese yields a creamier and cheesier result than baking the mac and cheese for a long time as many recipes recommend. The bruschetta salad is a bright and healthy compliment to this creamy delicious macaroni and cheese.

 

Mac and Cheese Casserole Cups

 
Mac and Cheese Casserole Cups

January 4th 2012By Joy of Kosher

 

Cauliflower “Mac” and Cheese

 
cauliflower-mac-and-cheese

May 10th 2015By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Mac and cheese is a childhood favorite that never gets old, but it does get hard to fit into a healthy diet. This version uses cauliflower instead of pasta, it is still pretty high in fat and calories mostly due to the cheese, but you can feel better about getting some extra vitamins and fiber from the cauliflower and for kids it is a great way to get them to eat their veggies. Enjoy as a main or try a smaller portion as a side, if you like mac and cheese you will love this new twist.

 

Apple-Cheddar Mac and Cheese

 
AppleCheddarMacnCheese

March 18th 2010By Joy of Kosher

Adding apples to a perfect mac and cheese just makes it even better. Once you make this you will wonder what took you so long. Everyone loves apples and cheddar, so of course it works perfectly in this recipe. Enjoy.