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No-Bake Macaroni & Cheese

April/May 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 4 (359 votes)

Not only is this ultra-creamy version of mac-and-cheese nearly as fast as the boxed variety, but your family will be able to pronounce every ingredient. If they aren't broccoli fans, substitute a frozen vegetable of your choice.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is really good (even if I omit the garlic powder, broccoli, and mustard), but I find that it usually needs more salt for more flavor. I also use a quinoa elbow pasta, which adds to the nutrition (my kids like the quinoa pasta, too...

62 Reviews for No-Bake Macaroni & Cheese

09/23/2012
Anonymous
Modify with plenty of spice

This recipe needed extra cheese plus Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, cumin, and, finally, tiger sauce added after seving to overcome the flavor neutralizing cream sauce. A lot of extra work to cook, adjust, retaste, etc. Recommend fresh steamed broccoli for its texture and flavor, plus more spices to add depth and to boost the cheese flavor.

Easy to cook, inexpensive, nutritious
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07/19/2012
Anonymous
Great Mac & Cheese! My family loved it :)

So yummy! I will be making this again.

Easy to make, tasty, easy to substitute ingredients, healthy, ingredients were easy to come by
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06/12/2012
Anonymous

Quick and easy. I used Trader Joe's "Unexpected Cheddar" (described as tasting like a premium aged cheddar with hints of parmesan) and it came out great.

Easy, tastes great
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06/12/2012
Anonymous

Quick and easy. I used Trader Joe's "Unexpected Cheddar" (described as tasting like a premium aged cheddar with hints of parmesan) and it came out great.

Easy, tastes great
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04/30/2012
Anonymous
quick and tasty

I didn't have dijon mustard, so I used spicy brown instead. It was almost there with flavor, but I added some Adobo to it--and it turned out just great :)

quick, easy to make
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