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Slow Cooked Macaroni and Cheese

I began making this recipe for mac and cheese a couple of years ago when a friend brought it to a church dinner. My kids all loved it and one of my daughters requested it that year for her birthday. I have been making it ever since then.

I do have other macaroni and cheese recipes that I make from scratch, but this one is still a favorite. It is easy to put together and a great meal to take to a get together.

This does contain cheese soup which I have been trying to stay away from. In fact I made this last week for the first time in awhile and my kids were thrilled to see it again.

I hope you give it a try.


For more slow cooking ideas see Slow Cooking Thursday.

I am sorry there is no picture today. I try to post pics of all my recipes, but I could not find one for this version of mac and cheese.

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Comments

  1. This sounds great! Thanks for sharing.

  2. mjpuzzlemom says

    This looks really good. DD wil like it… thanks for sharing!

  3. Our kids love mac and cheese. I’m going to try this one. Have a great day.

  4. My kids love mac and cheese, I’ll have to bookmark this one to try 🙂

  5. sounds yummy!! I look at things this way…if the majority of what we consume is healthy than a can of soup, or something here and there I’m okay with…I’m sure the stores like whole foods or trader joes might sell something….

  6. Kirsten, that is what I think I have decided. If we have a mainly healthy diet I will be happy.I am sure a whole foods or such store would have something but for like 4 times the price. 🙂

  7. Blessed Beyond says

    This sounds really good! Thank you. I will for sure add it to my favorites.

  8. Mmmm, sounds so yummy; I’ll be bookmarking this.

  9. Have you tried to make this gluten free? I was thinking, maybe substitute the cheese soup with velveeta (only b/c I have some in the pantry) and using a gf pasta? I use the Quinoa brand (quinoa and corn flour) pasta…do you think that pasta would get too mushy cooked like this?

    • @Bri, I have not tried this gluten free. I think the velveeta might work well in place of the soup. I am not sure what the pasta will do, but I think it is worth a try. I would love to hear how it turns out if you try it.

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