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Awesome Mother’s Day Ideas That Aren’t Elbow Macaroni Crafts

I treasure every elbow macaroni craft, but sometimes you end up hoping for something a little more…well, awesome.

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Kraft’s Newest Mac ‘n’ Cheese Is Your Kid’s Unicorn Dreams Come True

Mac ‘n’ cheese just got magical with these unicorn shapes.

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Fancy Hot Dogs

It’s like beef stroganoff, but with hot dogs!

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Sneaky Spinach Vegan Mac & “Cheese”

Looking to sneak in a few leafy greens to your kid’s favorite meal? Try this one!

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Ghoulash

This ghoulash recipe is dubbed by Jenn of Slim’ Shoppin as comfort in a bowl.

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3 Cheese Macaroni & Cheese

This macaroni and cheese recipe uses three different cheeses (awesome!), and is made only in five easy steps.

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Mac and Cheese, Please: Six Spots For Gooey Goodness

Most of us never outgrow our love of childhood classic macaroni and cheese. We stirred up six spots that serve the real deal—not the florescent orange stuff. Here are our fave places for creamy mac and cheese that is sure to hit the spot.

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Green Macaroni and Cheese

Who says you can’t make food festive AND still keep it healthy? Catherine of Weelicious couldn’t wait to start making St. Patrick’s Day foods for her kids, but was nervous to use food dyes. So, she came up with a…

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From Traditional to Gluten-Free: 5 Great Spots for Mac and Cheese

True confession: How often have you opened a box of even the most organic of mac-n-cheeses and thought: I can do better than this? We get it, but boxed mac-n-cheese just doesn’t cut it when you compare it to the…

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Hawaiian Pasta Salad

Great for family barbecues (or picky pasta eaters) this quick pasta dish takes minutes to throw together, and only requires four ingredients–all of which we’re willing to bet you have in your pantry. Rebekah of PDXfoodlove is a big fan…

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Frozen Dinner’s Local Makeover

Too Good for the TV
You do your best by your children to keep up with the culinary Joneses, shopping for what’s in season at the farmers market, keeping track of where and how far your produce traveled, and whether…

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