A friend brought a big pan of this to a potluck and I HAD to have the recipe to make for my family. It is so yummy and creamy that it's hard to stop eating. We like it as a main dish with a salad, but you could serve it as a scrumptious side dish. These are directions for the full batch which will serve a crowd. It halves easily.
This is a recipe we have been making for awhile now. The original recipe was from Tyler Florence. My family loves the white cheddar and bacon in the dish; it gives this macaroni and cheese a very unique, but comforting, flavor. This is most definitely not a 'light' recipe as we use extra sharp white cheddar and whole milk and always add extra bacon. It comes out bubbly and creamy and no one can wait to dig in.
Well, I modified Recipe #73916 enough that I figured I would post my version! And, as I can't make any small batches in the crock pot, this is OAMC. For a smaller crock pot, or for non-OAMC, this recipe can be cut in half. Enjoy! Note: Servings are main-dish dinner sized portions.
I have had this mac and cheese and it truly is awesomely rich and creamy! I had totally forgotten how good it was until I opened the June 2006 issue of Midwest Living and there it was. No more trips to Chicago to get it, here is the recipe!
This is very similar to Stouffer's macaroni and cheese, 4 cups will give you a creamy texture you may increase the pasta to 5 cups for a thicker texture --- you could omit the oven baking and just serve this right away and you may also sprinkle about 3/4 cup dry breadcrumbs on top before baking, this is a very creamy mac and cheese if you prefer a less creamier texture then increase the macaroni... you will love this!
This is my absolute very favorite macaroni and cheese recipe and I have a large collection of m/c recipes. Adapted from Southern Living. I don't make this very often because I could literally eat the whole thing and lick the dish clean.
This is different than any other I've seen posted. It is a super easy recipe for stovetop Mac & Cheese that is to die for! It uses evaporated milk, which keeps the cheese sauce from separating and becoming grainy like a lot of recipes I've tried do. I sometimes use a combo of cheddar cheese and Velveeta to make it extra creamy, but it is awesome with all cheddar too.
Velveeta, cream cheese, half and half, and egg give this comforting dish a rich, cheesy flavor with a custardy texture. I experimented by combining ideas from several recipes and my whole family was thrilled with the results!