POLL: Stovetop or Baked Macaroni and Cheese?

by in Polls, October 13th, 2011

baked maraconi and cheese
Macaroni and cheese is the ultimate comfort food — especially in the fall when the weather starts to turn cool. How you make that macaroni and cheese, however, is the real question. Whether you whip some up from a box and cook it on the stove, or make a baked recipe from scratch, a plate of this gooey, cheesy goodness is sure to make you melt.

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Comments (7)

  1. Sue says:

    I love baked mac n cheese, but my kids prefer stovetop…so that's what I usually end up making.

  2. tropicaleats says:

    baked ftw!

  3. Joolz says:

    I will take Mac & Cheese any way you want to make it….unless it's in the blue box … blech!

    I like to make mine extra rich with 4-5 kinds of cheese in a rich, creamy white sauce with buttered panko crumbs and parmesan on top

  4. Nan says:

    Joolz is dead right, and it sounds like she makes hers like I do, with one exception: i add crumbled bacon bits to my topping.

  5. Flo Y Edmondson says:

    If I were on death row with my last meal there would be baked mac/cheese on that tray!!! With MY favorite cheese(s)..sorry if you put feta or blue in there I'm not gonna die til you change it!!!

  6. Pammie says:

    If I make it myself I bake it, but I love the blue box stovetop stuff when I don’t have time for home made. Sorry all you mac n cheese purists!

  7. Lydia says:

    I definitely like it from scratch, but I usually take a from scratch receipe and make on the stove top. I find that if it bakes it ALWAYS loses it's creaminess. It's just not as good when it dries up in the oven.

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