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Mac and Cheese (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from j_mommy in the Gluten-Free Forum.

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Ingredients:
8 oz. of Velveeta (add more if you want it really cheesy)
¾ of a bag of gluten free elbow macaroni
3 tablespoons butter
¼ cup milk (more if you want it really creamy)

Directions:
Make elbow mac and drain. Add other ingredients and mix until melted.

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6 Responses:

 
Tam
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12 Feb 2008 6:08:58 AM PST
I appreciate the mac/cheese recipe. My husband has celiac.

 
Jamilah
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12 Feb 2008 1:36:11 PM PST
Mine is much richer---

Use real cheese (instead of Velveeta) of any variety pre-grated in the bag I use a couple of cups.
Same amt of butter 3 T.
A whole bag of cooked gluten free pasta
and I use half and half about a cup (instead of milk)
salt and pepper

Mix all ingredients together in a casserole dish.
Put in 360 oven.
Stir every 10 minutes times 3 (30-40 minute cook time)
It is thick and creamy without a lot of chemicals. Use low fat grated mozzarella for the cheese if you want to cut back on the fat a little bit.
Enjoy!

 
Muzz
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13 Feb 2008 12:46:17 PM PST
I've been looking for a good mac and cheese recipe...TY!!

 
Deb
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16 Feb 2008 10:56:59 AM PST
I use rice milk...it's still good. I add a little ground mustard, 1 beaten egg too. I usually use farmers yogurt or some sort of white cheese.

 
lois
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17 Feb 2008 11:51:40 AM PST
This answer my question about cheeses and now I have a real Mac and cheese dish recipe. Thanks

 
d _ smith

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19 May 2008 7:48:48 PM PST
My 11 year old daughter has celiac and is very hard to fix her food because she dosen't like most of gluten free food and most of the time she is in tears and won't eat.




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