Cooking For A Crowd
Do you need to cook for a crowd? All the recipes on CDKitchen let you change the number of servings from 1 to 1000 (and higher!) but sometimes you need a recipe that gives you extra help when cooking for a crowd. These recipes are tailored to large groups and often give hints and tips for working with large quantities of food. So try these recipes the next time you need some large crowd recipes for a family reunion, church picnic or school event.
Macaroni & Cheese For 100 Made with Cheddar cheese, elbow macaroni, velveeta cheese, margarine, flour, milk, salt, black pepper oven, stovetop
Macaroni and Cheese for a Crowd Made with milk, Colby cheese, elbow macaroni, Cheddar cheese, flour, salt, white pepper, butter, bread crumbs stovetop, oven
Spanish Rice For A Crowd Made with rice, dehydrated onions, green bell pepper, vegetable oil, bacon bits, diced tomatoes, sugar, salt, black pepper, chili powder oven, stovetop
Open House Punch This smooth tasting punch is made with lemonade and orange juice with lemon-lime soda and a bottle of Southern Comfort. Yes, a bottle.
Sloppy Joes for 100 Made with water, ground beef, onions, green bell peppers, celery, brown sugar, brown mustard, ketchup, tomato paste, tomato sauce stovetop
Easy Lasagna for a Crowd Made with basil, garlic powder, garlic, salt and pepper, spaghetti sauce, eggs, Parmesan cheese, cottage or ricotta cheese, salt stovetop, oven
Chicken And Biscuit Pot Pies for 100 Made with frozen mixed vegetables, chicken, black pepper, baking mix, cream of chicken soup, cream of mushroom soup, thyme, milk oven, stovetop
Pork Chops With Apple Stuffing For A Crowd Made with chicken broth, poultry seasoning, sage, pork loin chops, onions, celery, apples, bread crumbs, salt, black pepper oven, stovetop
1 reviewphoto: jodilmcadams
Hearty Macaroni Salad For A Crowd
Made with cooked ham, macaroni, cheddar cheese, frozen peas, celery, onions, ripe olives, western or french salad dressing, mayonnaise
1 reviewphoto: gkoston