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VELVEETA® Cheeseburger Mac

VELVEETA® Cheeseburger Mac recipe
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Our cheeseburger-inspired main dish is done in a flash and will be a hit with your kids. Isn't it nice to be a dinnertime superhero?
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
6/18/2014
With the summer months here it's always nice to have something quick and done on top of the stove. This was easy but definately not worth it. I did put the water right in with chop meat and all the water was absorbed. It was not creamy enough. Maybe putting less cheese instead of the amount they said would help. I always have enough for leftovers and I'm not looking forward to it. My hubby enjoyed it but I didn't and you know the old saying....If Momma ain't happy...nobody is. So I guess since he liked it he will have it tonite for dinnner and I will have something else. :-(
posted:
5/15/2014
I really enjoyed this. I did everything the same but i added black pepper, garlic powder, and jalapenos it was delicious. Definitely going to make again :]
posted:
11/24/2013
I liked this, but I did change a few things. I didn't add all the ketchup, and I did add in about a tablespoon or so of mustard. I also added chopped onions and a little bit of dill. It was great after I made the changes to it. :)
posted:
1/31/2013
I really like this!! It's quick and easy and I always have the items needed on hand. I just add a bit of garlic powder too for a liitle extra flavor. I feel like it reheats well, like a prior review just add a bit of milk to it!
posted:
1/6/2013
We love this recipe. So easy and a twist on pasta and cheeseburgers. Great recipe for children.
posted:
9/6/2012
Everyone from my husband to my kids loved this! And it was so easy.
posted:
6/19/2012
Oh & I read that it didn't reheat well. I reheated it, added a little milk and stirred. It was great!
posted:
4/22/2012
I've been making this basic recipe for years. I also cook the macaroni separately from the hamburger and then combine everything once it's cooked. My son calls this "McOnion Burger" because I add french fried onions. I also add a can of cream of mushroom or chicken soup, half a can of milk and extra cheddar cheese. No catsup. Add half a can of french fried onions to the mix, pour it all in a casserole dish, top with more shredded cheese and the other half of the onions and bake at 350 for 10-15 mins or until cheese is melted and onions browned.
posted:
3/4/2012
I substitute one can of Mexican tomatoes with green chiles (undrained) for the 3/4 cup water. Gives it a good zing. I also eliminate the ketchup and onion powder.
posted:
1/13/2012
I wouldn't make this again, it isn't very good and doesn't come out as I would have liked it to.
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