Posted by on Jan 24, 2020 in Appetizers | 24 comments

Pasta Recipes – How to Make Fried Mac and Cheese Balls

Pasta Recipes – How to Make Fried Mac and Cheese Balls

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This video shows you how to make fried mac and cheese balls. It's a super-fun finger food that's maxed out with cheese! Cheddar, Italian cheeses, and pimento cheese go into the cheesy noodle mixture. Form the chilled mixture into balls, roll in seasoned bread crumbs, and fry to a beautiful golden brown.

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Pasta Recipes - How to Make Fried Mac and Cheese Balls

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This video shows you how to make fried mac and cheese balls. It's a super-fun finger food that's maxed out with cheese! Cheddar, Italian cheeses, and pimento cheese go into the cheesy noodle mixture. Form the chilled mixture into balls, roll in seasoned bread crumbs, and fry to a beautiful golden brown.

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24 Responses to “Pasta Recipes – How to Make Fried Mac and Cheese Balls”

  1. Allrecipes says:

    Thanks for your questions, Angie Abd Al Rahman. The peanut oil is for deep
    frying the balls. If you don’t have it, use a mildly flavored vegetable
    oil–safflower, canola, or even a mild olive oil. Adding more cheese to the
    mix is a good thing because it makes the balls even cheesier, adding more
    yummy flavor. Hope you try the recipe.

  2. Sharangah A says:

    About how many mac n cheese balls does this recipe yield?

    • Sharangah A says:

      +Allrecipes Thank you so much, I’m going to make these for my class. 🙂

    • Allrecipes says:

      If you use a 1-1/2-inch size cookie scoop, the recipe will make around
      15-16 balls, Sharangah Arul.

  3. Mark Suwannarat (Mark S) says:

    ฺBefore I die, I must try this once.
    I don’t care how many hours I do need to dance my fat off.

  4. CJ Zanders says:

    Mix some cayenne pepper with it and I’m sure it will be fire.

  5. misterdrew 42692 says:

    does it really need the freezer for 4 hours?

    • Allrecipes says:

      Two hours will do it, misterdrew 42692. Freezing the mac ‘n cheese mixture
      helps hold the balls together when they are deep fried.

  6. The'Sev. says:

    like this if you’re watching cuz you’re hungry lol

  7. Nina 01 says:

    What happens if I don’t freeze it?

  8. Ngoc Minh says:

    Omg it’s all about cheese @@ too much fat… But it looks so delicious like
    i can imagine i’m in heaven if I have a bite @@

  9. Seven slays says:

    Who eats Mac n cheese with a spoon?

  10. Pranav Aurva says:

    Awesome

  11. Journey Alyse says:

    YES!

  12. Hannah Victoriously says:

    I’d eat it as is after you put in all of the cheese mixed with the boxed
    Mac n cheese. I love extra cheesy Mac n cheese

  13. aransom808 says:

    sure… no spoon needed, just a cookie scoop. lolwut?

  14. Spenctastic says:

    FOUR HOURS?? man I wanted to eat this tonight… 😑

  15. herpin derpin says:

    That’s not macaroni and cheese that’s cheese with a little bit of macaroni
    pasta drizzled in 😑 so much cholesterol

  16. Comp3630 says:

    This looks sooo good…and disastrously unhealthy.

  17. Charlot123 says:

    This looks incredible! Could it work with panko breadcrums instead of the
    regular breadcrums? Thank you.

    • Allrecipes says:

      Yes, Charlot123, panko crumbs would make a terrific substitution for
      regular bread crumbs.

  18. Angie Abd Al Rahman says:

    Do we have to use peanut oil and add more cheese to the mix??? 

  19. Michael Lucas says:

    Can’t wait tell food stamps come in now so I can get the ingredients

    • Matthew Clark says:

      Hahaaa! Awesome comment ML!