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Frozen Food Hack: Vermont Cheddar Mac & Cheese Pizza

OK, you love mac & cheese and you love pizza. Who doesn’t?! This combo is going to make your day…and make you wonder why you didn’t think of it yourself.

A cheesy match made in heaven
Take the fresh snap of broccoli and sharp, deliciousness of Vermont white cheddar and layer it over Alfredo sauce and mozzarella. This. Is. Amazing.

INGREDIENTS
• 1 EatingWell Vermont Cheddar Mac & Cheese frozen entrée
• Pre-made full size pizza crust
• ¼ cup alfredo sauce
• ¼ cup shredded mozzarella cheese
• Fresh oregano

DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Cook frozen entrée according to package directions.
3. While entrée is cooking, spread Alfredo sauce on pre-made pizza crust.
4. Spoon cooked Vermont Cheddar Mac & cheese contents onto pre-made pizza crust, sprinkle with cheese and top with fresh oregano.
5. Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until cheese is golden brown.

Slice it up, plate it, and devour the gooey, cheesy goodness.

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Frozen Food Hack: Cherry Port Pork Sliders

Introducing EatingWell frozen food hacks: start with one of our frozen entrées and add just a little extra something. So easy, so tasty. We’re gonna make you look good.

The easiest Cherry Port Pork sliders you’ll ever make

These delicious little sliders can serve as a main dish (we suggest Muffaletta Olive Salad on the side), or as appetizers to share.

INGREDIENTS
• 1 EatingWell Cherry Port Pork frozen entrée
• 4 multigrain slider buns
• 1 jalapeño pepper (optional)

DIRECTIONS
1. Heat the Cherry Port Pork frozen entrée according to package directions and stir to mix ingredients.
2. While the entrée is cooking, slice the slider buns in half and slice jalapeño pepper.
3. Spoon the Cherry Port Pork mixture onto slider buns and top with peppers for a kick!

Makes 4 sliders. Multiply as needed (because you-know-who will be coming back for seconds).

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