A Cheetos Cookbook Is Coming And It Includes Mac & Cheese

For those of us who have crushed up Cheetos to sprinkle on top of mac & cheese or stuffed them inside of a sandwich and called it a world-class meal, it looks like there is finally a cookbook that caters to our needs. The iconic snack food is releasing a full cookbook with foods that utilize Cheetos in all sorts of creative ways.

The cookbook is wonderfully titled BON-APPE-CHEETOS: A Holiday Cookbook by Chester & Friends, and features the work of some of your favorite chefs. We’re talking 22 different delicious dishes created by the likes of Food Network’s Anne Burrell, Top Chef‘s Richard Blais, celebrity chef Ronnie Woo and Man V. Food host Casey Webb. The recipes include things like super cheesy mac & cheese (in case you want to upgrade the kind you get at the grocery store), a delicious Chester cheese ball, Cheetos mashed potatoes, and yummy fried green tomatoes, to name just a few!

The best part is that the cookbook is dedicated to a good cause. It is not available for direct purchase, however you can visit Cheetos.com/cookbook and donate a minimum of $35.00 to World Central Kitchen, which will go to their #ChefsofAmerica COVID relief fund, and then you will receive a cookbook. This is only available while supplies last, so um, go do it!!

If you don’t happen to get a cookbook from there, you should still donate and then visit MoreSmilesWithEveryBite.com, an online hub of recipes that are made using all of your favorite Frito-Lay snacks and Quaker foods. There you can find a few recipes from the cookbook to download. Just in time to make Thanksgiving even MORE delicious!!

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