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How to Make Crock Pot Mac N Cheese

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Crock Pot Mac N Cheese Recipe

This is an experiment in extra, extra comfort. I think adults and kids can agree that Mac N Cheese is pretty much the ultimate comfort food. Well, when the ultimate comfort food can make itself, it’s extra, extra comforting. This test kitchen request comes from long-time viewer, Erin B, for Monday nights when her kids’ swim practice cuts in to dinner-making time. Watch the video to see what happens when Sara puts a mountain of cheese and uncooked macaroni into the crock pot and get the complete recipe here.

Maybe YOU make the ultimate Crock Pot Mac N Cheese Recipe? Share it in the comments…

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0 thoughts on “How to Make Crock Pot Mac N Cheese

  1. Love this and can’t wait to make it

  2. averagebetty says:

    Diane, I’d love to know how you tweak this — I know you’ll make it even better :)

  3. Ashley says:

    This is a pretty good recipe. I was pleasently surprised at how well it turned out, though I think next time I’ll used more salt for taste and better cheese.

  4. averagebetty says:

    Good to know, Ashley :) Did you use mustard or not? I wonder what you think…

  5. Natalie says:

    I always add just a pinch of mustard powder to dishes like this that contain cheese (not as much mustard as you used). Apparently it makes the cheese taste “cheesier”.

    A pinch of cayenne does the same thing.

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