4 Reviews

The recipe was good. I think it could have used some salt, or maybe garlic salt instead of powder. I was expecting more of a cheesy flavor, so I may use the whole 8oz. of sharp cheddar next time. But I also used 1% milk to be healthier, so maybe that altered something. Other than those adjustments, the texture was good and there were no lumps like the recipe claimed. There are a ton of calories and fat, but thankfully we just used it to drizzle on the veggies, and are freezing the rest for later use. Thanks.

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MrsPortner June 06, 2012

This was a good, solid recipe. I used to serve over potato stuffed pasta shells and roasted brussel sprouts. I used 8 oz. of cheddar cheese and I used salt instead of garlic powder. I found that the longer I had the sauce on the stove, on low heat, the thicker the sauce became.

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nyc4me03 September 28, 2008

Delicious! Super easy, too! I added some garlic clove and salt and pepper. Also, i used a four cheese italiano mix instead of chedder to reduce the fat. It was scrumptious! I was worried that the cheese would clump up like previous experiances, but it worked like a charm!

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I Can't Believe It's Healthy September 09, 2008

Wow, very easy sauce, I didn't know what to make for my daughters 5th birthday party but I tagged this in 'Please Review my Recipe' and the idea came to me to make Chef Flower's Lasagna Lasagne. I made the sauce two ways, one using full cream milk and the other using lactose free milk. For the full cream I kept to the recipe but for the lactose free lasagne I left out the cheese, both lasagne's turned up golden brown and looked nice. Everyone said it tasted nice. Thank you 3KillerBs

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Chef floWer May 11, 2008
Simple Cheese Sauce -- No Lumps