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  • on September 12, 2014


    I'm 7 months pregnant, didn't take anything out for supper, and wanted mac and cheese. I had seen this on Pinterest and decided to give it a try because it was easy and didn't require a lot of dishes or going through the process of making a bechamel. I had 10 oz sharp white and a little bit left of orange sharp cheddar so I used that for cheeses. I also added some garlic powder to the liquid before adding it to the pasta. I did bake this, just because I'm 7 months pregnant and was serving to a 3 year old so I was a little iffy about the eggs, but I did try it before baking it and HOLY MOLY! It was so good! I didn't know if baking it would ruin it, it definitely changed the consistency of the sauce but it was still very good. I made it in a cast iron dutch oven so I was able to transfer it straight to the oven without dirtying another pan. Myself, husband and 3 year old really liked it!!

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  • on May 05, 2013


    This version of mac and cheese is now my favorite "go to" recipe. I suggest following it exactly the way it is written the first time. It reminds me a bit of the mac n cheese at places like Luby's cafeteria, or Furr's.

    Once you learn this style, you can sub regular milk for the evaporated, and follow the same method.The only thing I have changed is doing half cheddar, half Velveeta. But that is just a personal preference.

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  • on September 21, 2012


    Agree with "Mommie" completely. This wonderful mac-n-cheese recipe takes no longer to make than boxed mac-n-cheese but the difference is unbelievable. I do change up the cheese a bit, not a huge fan of just using sharp cheddar. I like to use a little sharp cheddar and mix it with mild cheddar, Gruyere or CoJack. If you love mac-n-cheese, try this recipe.

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  • on September 16, 2012


    LOVE THIS RECIPE! Simple ingredients, easy to make, and I'm not using several pots, pans & utensils to clean afterwards! My family loves it and it's always gone when I take to potluck. If you want a baked taste to this, you could always put it in a casserole dish and put in the oven until done to your liking. I usually do not have time to go through all the steps of making mac & cheese using several different kinds of cheese, making bechamel sauce, making a crumb topping, heating up the kitchen using the oven, etc.

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