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One Pot Mac & Cheese with Veggies

I love mac and cheese. I love it even more when I don’t have to do a lot of clean up after 🙂  I love the idea of  not having to make the cheese sauce separately.  This reminds me of sopas (macaroni soup) that I loved as a kid but with the milk broth reduced to a creamy consistency and with  loads of cheese!

I love to say “I love”  ♥ ♥ LOL.  I didn’t say I’m a good writer! 😛

You may add any veggies that you like and hopefully your kids will not notice or complain when they do. My 12-year doesn’t like eating veggies but I always tell him he doesn’t have a choice;  he has to eat it whatever is on the table  OR no phone/ipad time. Works. Everytime. Yay to technology! 😀

Happy Cooking!

Put milk in a pot, season with salt, ground black pepper, nutmeg and granulated garlic or garlic powder

add the mac

halfway through, add the veggies

then the cheese

Done. Enjoy!

One Pot Mac & Cheese with Veggies

5 from 1 vote
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: Italian
Keyword: how to bake mac and cheese, how to bake macaroni and cheese pasta, mac and cheese, mac and cheese pasta, mac and cheese recipe, macaroni and cheese, macaroni and cheese pasta, macaroni and cheese recipe
Servings: 4 people
Author: Olive
I love mac and cheese. I love it even more when I don't have to do a lot of clean up after 🙂  I love the idea of  not having to make the cheese sauce separately.
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Instructions

  • Put milk in a deep pot, add salt, ground black pepper, granulated garlic and nutmeg powder.
  • Bring to a simmer over medium high heat; then add pasta.
  • Halfway through cooking the pasta, about 5 minutes, add your veggies.
  • If the milk gets dried up before the pasta and veggies are done al dente, add some more milk or water.
  • Add the grated cheese.
  • Make sure there's enough milk to make a creamy cheese sauce 🙂
  • Do a taste test..
  • Pat yourself on the back..you're done.
  • Enjoy the fruit of your labor 🙂

Notes

Friendly Reminder: use the amount of spices / seasoning as a guide only.. always do a taste test 🙂
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