This recipe came from my gran and conjures up lots of good memories. The ultimate comfort food!
Recipe by: MOTTSBELA
Quick and easy mac and cheese, with few ingredients, no messing about with flour and roux and useful when you can't be bothered to spend YOUR quality time preparing food while the kids argue with you about doing their homework...
Recipe by: Paul.cooley
This is a good, filling recipe for all the family. Macaroni is combined with white sauce, grated cheese and baked with a layer of crunchy breadcrumbs over top. Use your favourite cheese for this recipe, and make your own white sauce or use shop-bought.
Recipe by: HighSpeedMum
Okay, this isn't entirely made in the microwave, as you still need to boil the macaroni. But the delicious cheese sauce is. Simply make in the microwave and combine with the cooked pasta, and dinner is served! Add tomatoes or ham for a heartier dish.
Recipe by: Andrew
A super-simple macaroni pasta and cheese bake for those last minute 'what are we going to do for dinner?!' midweek meals! Pasta, soup, milk, tomatoes and cheese layered in a baking dish, baked and ready 25 minutes later.
Recipe by: BONNIEBELLE
The zing of mustard and savoury crunch of breadcrumbs make this creamy, cheesy pasta bake a yummy and zippy way to make macaroni cheese - ultimate comfort food, with a wee kick of panache!
Recipe by: LEACH
Cheap, simple, and tasty. A little bit of mustard in the cheese sauce adds a certain zing to a very easy recipe.
Recipe by: marion13
This pasta bake is so easy you can do it standing on your head, give it a go. It tastes like homepride cheese pasta bake. We won't be buying pasta bake in a jar ever again and hopefully neither will you, the ingredients you'll need are more than likely already in your cupboard. Fast and easy enjoy :)
Recipe by: dom300186
Cheesy macaroni with cubed ham and sweetcorn. A cheap meal which is great for families and easy to cook.
Recipe by: Keri
This is my mum's recipe, and I've never tasted a better one. It takes a little extra time but it's worth it! You can eat it straight out of the pot, but it's better if you wait...
Recipe by: Onion