This is good! I've been looking for an easy way to make chili thats good and now i've found it! Thanks!
YUMMY! Didn't have elbow mac, so used medium-sized shells which came out great. Also added some cayenne & some garlic salt for a bit more of a kick. Very tasty!
I hate beans but as a vegetarian I'm trying to get over this and decided to try chili for the first time. I had everything on hand for this recipe and added chili powder and garlic powder like some people suggested. I also did not bake it like it said at the end instead I just mixed the cheese into each portion which melted it just fine!<br/><br/>I will be making again, I loved the addition of the noodles.<br/><br/>I used vegetarian chili with beans a can of hormel and a can of trader joes.
It's hard to fail with this recipe. Not a gourmet meal but a great cozy winter dinner. This will be added to my regulars. Thanks, Sophie
An absolute kid pleaser for sure. Incorporating the three things my kids love the most: macaroni noodles, chili and cheese. I loved it because it was so easy to make. Thanks.
this was a great easy dinner. i used "hot dog chili" (no beans)since thats what i had on hand. i think the beans would have given more texture to the dish but it was really good anyhow. i did add some cayene pepper to spice it up a bit. i left out the onions, since hubby wont eat them and i broiled the cheese on high for 5-10 minutes. that made the cheese almost toasty and browned, yum. a whole different flavor than just melted. thanks for sharing this recipe. :)
Very tastey!!! I am not a big chili fan but my husband is so this is a nice way for the both of us to have a nice dinner.
I used canned vegetarian chili and I have to say I think it would be better with regular chili. Thanks for an easy recipe that is kid friendly!
I am rating the dish that I made, using homemade chili instead of canned. I had made a huge pot of chili the other day and was looking of ways to use it, and I am glad I found this idea. It was really really good.