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VELVEETA® Down-Home Macaroni & Cheese

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If you're looking for a mac and cheese recipe with the perfect balance of cheesy and creamy, the search ends here.
25 min
45 min
5 servings, 1 cup each
VELVEETA Liquid Gold
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Recipe lacked more cheese. A bit dry!
well since you have wrecked velveeta, no sense making this one anymore.
My husband absolutely loved this Mac & Cheese and wants to make it for the family Christmas party. So wonderful!
My husband and I just loved this recipe. I used extra Velveeta just because we like things extra cheesy. For me I should have added a bit more milk with the extra cheese.
This recipe is delicious. I add bacon to it and it is wonderful. It is very rich and my family and I eat it as a main course with a salad. Not a side dish. Yes, bacon, not the healthiest, but I make it once and a while not once a week.
was very good! coulda done without the crackers. didn't do much for it. otherwise one of best i've made!
I just divided the mac and chesse in two layers and added part of the cheddar cheesse on top of each layer like I do in the lasagna. It is delish!
Made this as a side dish for thanksgiving, really for the kids but all the adults loved it as well. In fact, this is the one side that everyone kept talking about the rest of the day. I tripled it and used 8 cups of noodles and an entire velveeta log, the 24 oz. I didn't use the flour and just added the milk until my desired creaminess. Only put in a 1/2 stick of butter even though I tripled the recipe. I just melted the cheese and butter in the micro and then poured over the noodles, then added milk- really simple and tasted great. Didn't use the shredded cheese or crackers on top, didn't need it. I added salt, pepper, and a little garlic as well.
This was so good but even Better when I used cheddar cheese french onions instead of the crackers for the topping what a great crunch to an all time favorite will make again and again
the recipe doesnt say two pounds it says two cups-i noticed that some people said two pounds and that is wrong.
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