Cheesy, rich, delicious--just what you expect in macaroni and cheese. What you won't expect? 2/3 the fat and half the calories of the original!
This recipe is from my mother-in-law. She is a true southerner from South Carolina and an excellent cook! This is a very popular dish in the area she lives, and my family LOVES it! This is the original (full fat) version of it. Please also look at my healthier version of it.
This makes a homestyle custard type macaroni and cheese. You can easily add extra vegetables (bell peppers, summer squash, and eggplant are all delicious) to give it a nutrition boost.
Quick and Tasty
Rich macaroni and cheese explodes with flavor for 2/3 of the dish's usual fat content.
The tangy dressing contrasts well with the smoky bacon, sweet bell pepper, and red onion.
Not as high-fat as other versions of mac and cheese, but only eat in moderation!
Velveeta, pepper jack and Parmesan go into this combination of my two favorite foods: macaroni & chicken casserole.
This is a family favorite that can be used for a meal or side dish. You can add tuna, diced ham, or chicken for added flavor and protein!
This family favorite gets healthy with a recipe makeover featuring Japanese "Miracle Noodles."
Cheesy gluten free macaroni with broccoli, onions, and turkey bacon.
macaroni salad with tuna and grape tomatoes
A macaroni and cheese that will have you craving for more.
This is a family favorite without preservatives and artificial ingredients that I feel good feeding my family... It is baked in the oven.
This is a traditional Trinidadian Macaroni Pie.
This a family favorite! Even if it is a bit high in calories...
Makes 5 (1 cup) servings
Makes 6 (1 cup) servings.
This is a healthier version of a great comfort food.
Combines the classic baked macaroni and cheese with a healthy dose of vegetables. Perfect for singles or small families.
This was an invention of my knowledge that I needed certain nutrients for dinner to round out the day, and a scoping out of what I had in the fridge. I was so happy with how it turned out, I need to post it!
This is a healthier and easier version of my mom's famous macaroni and cheese recipe.
Recipe from MyVeganCookbook.com
adapted from a recipe found in Vegetarian Times on pg. 44 in the March 2009 issue