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VELVEETA® Down-Home Macaroni & Cheese

VELVEETA® Down-Home Macaroni & Cheese recipe
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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.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
5 servings, 1 cup each
VELVEETA Liquid Gold
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posted:
6/9/2009
Now a family favorite - they don't want any other kind of mac and cheese. The only other things I do is omit the crackers on top (only cheddar), and add 1 c. sour cream to the cheese sauce before baking. Excellent!
posted:
6/3/2009
My family loved it. I like my mac&cheese to be creamer tough so I will add more milk&cheese next. I also added bacon,very good.
posted:
6/2/2009
This was awesome and enjoyed by my teenaged sons and Dad! I did add some finely chopped onions with the butter, before adding the flour.
posted:
5/16/2009
I was very disappointed in this recipe. I think that in the right quantities, it might be great. But there is no way that 2 lbs of elbow macs would fit in either a medium saucepan or a casserole dish. I followed the recipe exaclty but couldn't fit in all the macaroni so I used what I could. There was definitely too much macaroni and so it didn't all get covered with cheese. It was very dry as a result and didn't look like the picture. I would like advice on the quantities, so that I can try to make it again.
posted:
5/12/2009
I asked my cousins if they wanted macaroni and cheese and they said no so I made it anyways and there were no leftovers!!! awesome! I like that it doesnt have eggs and still delicious
posted:
5/3/2009
the origional was delicious. the low cal versoion tasted like plastic.
posted:
4/15/2009
I changed it. Used fat free evaporated milk, fat free cheddar, low fat velveeta, Smart Balance for the butter, veggie pasta and skipped the crackers. Don't know what that adds up to in fat and calories but the evaporated milk makes it extra num and not guilty!
posted:
4/11/2009
I am not a big velveeta fan, but I tried this, the kids ate it up, but I like my homemade mac and cheese better. It was a little bland for my taste.
posted:
3/28/2009
My whole family loved the mac and cheese the only thing I did not like was the crackers mixed with butter next time that I make it I would just leave the crackers crushed by them selves.
posted:
3/26/2009
it was awesome and my family loved it!
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