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Macaroni and Cheese has always been one of my favorite comfort foods growing up, and even now, I still enjoy the warmth and memories of this classic dish. There’s something about a no good, horrible, bad day that only homemade mac and cheese can fix!
Although most recipes are made in the crockpot or baked in the oven, this one only needs 15 minutes and a stovetop. Not only does this shorten your cooking time significantly, it also creates a gooey, cheesy pot of gold that absolutely no one can resist.
After trying this recipe, I think you’ll agree it tastes way better than those icky store-bought versions, and best of all, it hardly costs a thing to make!
Step 1: Measure out small shells into a large saucepan and cook according to package directions.
Step 2: While shells are cooking, cut Velveeta cheese into small cubes and set aside.
Step 3: Drain shells and return to stovetop on low heat, then add butter and milk. Stir to melt.
Step 4: Add cheese and stir 2-3 minutes until fully melted, then serve as a quick dinner, or kid-friendly side.
Total Cost: $1.98 or $.50/serving
Velveeta cheese can be pricey, which is why I always buy the store brand or wait until I have coupons to combine with a sale. You can’t ever taste the difference anyway, and it’s such a nice break from the ever-popular cheddar.
How do you usually make mac and cheese?
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