By Juenessa on October 11, 2005
Photo by Redsie
Photo by Redsie
"This is a recipe passed down from my Grandmother. Our family loves this comforting side dish."
Serving Size: 1 (146 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Moist and very cheesy. I was a little short on sour cream so used about 1/4 cup yogurt. Used all lowfat products except cheese. Don't know that I'd call this mac and cheese exactly, more of a baked noodle dish. Had a tangy bite, and the cottage cheese chunks were evident which I expected the kids to balk at, but they all loved it!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"I cooked this especially for my daughters that are 5 and under and they gobbled it down. What an easy, family friendly dinner to cook! While the macaroni is cooking everything else is just thrown in a bowl, stirred, then placed into a baking dish. I made mine ahead of time (mid morning), then covered it ready to be put into the oven at night. Will definitely make this again. Thank you for posting."
"Real comfort food! Easy to prepare and tasty too! Only thing missing for me was spice - would add more next time! Thanks Juenessa for a great weeknight meal!"
"Super creamy! I love the sharp cheddar with the mildness of the sour cream and cottage cheese. (I used low-fat sour cream and cottage cheese.) I think this is the first time that I made mac & cheese without milk. The sour cream really keeps it moist. I didn't even need to add milk when reheating. Thanx for sharing Grandma's recipe. It's fanatastic and we'll enjoy this again and again."
"Wow--Grandma really knew what she was doing with this mac and cheese! My DH requested that this be my new mac and cheese standby recipe! I couldn't find a 7 oz pack of elbow macaroni, so I used 8 oz and it worked fine. I love the texture of this and it was really easy. Thanks so much!"