mac and cheese for 100 people

Sweetie Pie's Mac & Cheese~ Sweetie Pie’s, a soul food restaurant in St. Louis, had some of the best mac & cheese I have ever eaten. This restaurant along with the owner, Miss Robbie, were featured on an episode of Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, and it was there that she shared her recipe.

Pulled Pork for 100~ (maybe divide the recipe up accordingly for a large family gathering, kid's party or regular family meal with leftovers) Behind the Bites: June 2013

love how its so easy to pickup rather than wait for people to scoop!

Banana Pudding for a crowd

Easy Crock Pot Mac & Cheese Recipe Ingredients: 3 Cups Shredded Cheddar Cheese 2 1/2 Cups Milk 12 oz. Evaporated Milk 8 ounces Cream Cheese 16 ounces elbow Macaroni Directions: Put All ingredie...

Cooking for a crowd website, recipes for 50, 100, etc.

cheese display

Cooking For Crowds

Large trays with fresh fruit and sweet vanilla dipping sauce. Large 4 cheese tray with butter crackers.

Hot Ham and Cheese Sandwich Casserole....made these and they are super addicting

Start Recipes: Mac And Cheese Cups - need this to make the Halloween Mac & Cheese

Looking for an easy homemade mac and cheese recipe? This is the only one you'll need! It's a crowd pleaser and the best comfort food around.

Pasta Salad - Easy to put together and very good. Not too over-dressed. I added cubed mozzarella cheese and left out the salami. Great for a crowd. ~Suz

Recipes for a crowd

baked ziti for a crowd

Broccoli Chicken Mac & Cheese

Roaster Cheesy Potatoes 6 – 2 lb. bags of frozen cubed hash browns 6 cups sour cream 6 cans of cream of chicken soup 6 sticks of butter 6 – 16 oz. bags of shredded cheese Spray the roaster with non-stick cooking spray. Mix butter, soup, sour cream…then add potatoes and cheese. Cook in roaster @ 350 for 5 1/5 to 6 hrs. Stir often. Serves around 100.

This hawaiian ham and cheese sliders recipe is perfect for game day or a Saturday afternoon with the kids. We have brought them to potlucks and they are great for a crowd.

Use this chart when cooking for a crowd. Learn how much food you need to serve 25, 50, or 100 people in this chart from The Old Farmer's Almanac.