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Slow Cooker Mac & Cheese

Slow Cooker Mac & Cheese created by Hippie2MARS

I am a huge fan of Stouffer's frozen macaroni and cheese. This is the closest I have come to recreating it at home. Slow cookers are infamous for not having consistent temperatures, so be sure to check yours at the 2 hour mark to determine how much more time you'll need. I also use Bacon Salt instead of the regular salt, if I have it on hand.

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3hrs 5mins
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directions

  • Generously spray the inside of the slow cooker with Pam (or coat with oil).
  • Whisk together all ingredients except the cheese and macaroni.
  • Pour mixture into slow cooker, and stir in macaroni and shredded cheese.
  • Cover and cook on LOW, stirring once to break up macaroni clumps.
  • Check at 2 hours to determine if more time will be needed.
  • If needed, stir, and continue to cook for another 1-2 hours.
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"I am a huge fan of Stouffer's frozen macaroni and cheese. This is the closest I have come to recreating it at home. Slow cookers are infamous for not having consistent temperatures, so be sure to check yours at the 2 hour mark to determine how much more time you'll need. I also use Bacon Salt instead of the regular salt, if I have it on hand."
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  1. Hippie2MARS
    Slow Cooker Mac & Cheese Created by Hippie2MARS
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  2. Hippie2MARS
    I am a huge fan of Stouffer's frozen macaroni and cheese. This is the closest I have come to recreating it at home. Slow cookers are infamous for not having consistent temperatures, so be sure to check yours at the 2 hour mark to determine how much more time you'll need. I also use Bacon Salt instead of the regular salt, if I have it on hand.
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