From simple cheese puffs to hearty casseroles, discover over two dozen irresistable cheese recipes on Spoonful.com.
There is no comfort food like mac and cheese — and this hearty casserole tops the list.
A favorite comfort food sandwich with hot, smooth cheese sauce, a bite of tomato, and crispy English muffin. Kids will be just wild about this one too. Serve it hot and eat it right away so the rarebit stays warm and soft.
A delicious three cheese macaroni for cheese lovers everywhere.
These dynamite little chicken and cheese quiches are a true kid favorite. Mild green chilies add a southwestern flavor without any of the heat. The pre-made phyllo cups, found in the grocery freezer section, add a slightly fancy touch.
This milk-based fondue is milder than the traditional Swiss cheese fondue, which contains wine. If your kids don't like the strong taste of Swiss, substitute Cheddar or a mixture of Cheddar and Swiss.
Add zip to this cheese fondue with a few spoonfuls of salsa.
Tortillas make a stellar snack that's also a festive treat for July 4th.
A quick kid-friendly pasta dish that is perfect for an on-the-go weeknight meal.
You and your kids will love making and eating these ravioli; because it's so easy to make, fresh pasta is a great family cooking project, and it has a wonderfully delicate texture you just can't find in store-bought varieties.
A delicious pasta that's simple to make.
This is a quick one-pot soup, which is very easy to put together.
These savory turnovers are easy for kids to assemble and even easier for them to eat.
Offer party guests the opportunity to add any toppings they'd like to this hearty mac and cheese recipe.
A stuffed calzone is a fun alternative to pizza. Broccoli and sausage make great fillings for this bread, but you can substitute just about any other veggie or meat you like.
A delicious meal to make ahead of time, and save for a day when you are short on time. Just pop it in the oven and in no time you have a homecooked meal.
This casserole is perfect for a simple family meal, but also hearty enough to serve guests.
Kids love these pizza-topped skins because they end up with two of their favorite dishes: mashed potatoes one day, potato skins the next.
Light and airy, these bite-size balls are reminiscent of a cheesy popover, but with a subtle (that is, kid-friendly) zip, courtesy of the cayenne pepper.
Let the good times roll with these simple, tasty appetizers.
These crunchy and creamy bite-size sandwiches are a cinch to put together.
How do you offer warm cheeseburgers at a potluck without a grill or skillet? Bake them in a loaf, of course! At the potluck, simply slice the loaf into individual servings for dipping in ketchup or mustard.
This Latin American dish is less dense and more souffle-like than similar versions made in the American South, but still has a flavor that's sure to please a crowd.
Spinach, sausage, and cheese fill this delectable stuffed pie. It's great for parties or bring-a-dish suppers because it feeds a crowd and can be served hot or at room temperature.
For a fun and delicious campout dinner, foil packet loops let kids safely cook up their own mac 'n' cheese over a campfire or grill.
This satisfying, cheesy dip steals the show at any holiday gathering, and it's well-suited for teaching young cooks the basics of sauce-making and presentation.
Your kids can lend a hand in preparing this biscuit recipe -- first by patting and shaping the dough and then by sprinkling and pressing on the Parmesan cheese that gives the biscuits their golden baked finish.
This classic brunch dish is more than delicious. It also helps eliminate some of the scrambling around you'll have to do on Easter morning. It's designed to be prepared ahead of time and then popped into the oven when you're ready.
A delicious snack or side dish that families love.
Create a spooky Halloween supper with these cheesy critters, the perfect accompaniment for our Mummy Meatloaf.
These delicious calzones are just like a folded over pizza. You have the delicious crust all the way around, and in the center is the delectable cheese, sauce, and other fillings of your choice.
Get your kids to eat their veggies with this tasty sandwich.
With its creamy cheese sauce and accent of bacon, this decadent recipe may tempt even the green-vegetable averse. It can be made early in the day, refrigerated, then baked before mealtime.
What fillings to put into an omelet is a decision that can really bring out an aspiring chef's creativity.
Full Moon's Macaroni and Cheese
Welsh Rarebit Cheese Dream
Heart of Wisconsin Mac & Cheese
Chicken Chili Cheese Cups
Mexican Cheese Fondue
Crispy Cheese Stars
Wagon Wheel Pasta with Ricotta Cheese, Bacon and Peas
Say Cheese! Ravioli
Peas and Bow Ties in Cheese Sauce
Cheese Tortellini Soup with Cannelloni
Ham and Cheese Empanadas
DIY Mac and Cheese Bar
Cheese-stuffed Meat Loaf
Cheesy Baked Ziti
Cheesy Potato Skin Pizza
Fluffy Cheese Puffs
Cranberry Cream Cheese Pinwheels
Cream Cheese Crisps
Cheesy Corn Casserole from Paraguay
Campfire Mac 'n' Cheese
Chile Con Queso
Parmesan Diamond Biscuits
Ham, Cheese, and Spinach Strata
Silly Face Sandwich
Cheesy Gratin of Brussels Sprouts
Broccoli, Ham, and Cheese Omelet
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