What is the one thing not to do when making homemade Mac & Cheese?
When you have a group of children eating, it is always a good idea to serve Macaroni and Cheese. When my kids were little, homemade Mac & Cheese was a staple. My kids are now teenagers, and they still love Mac & Cheese. They truly get excited when they find out my slow cooker is full of their favorite creamy, delicious food. Try using your crock-pot when fixing Mac & Cheese. I have used several types of pasta when cooking crock-pot Mac & Cheese. You will see two different kinds below. My kids say their favorite is macaroni noodles. Making Mac & Cheese is so easy to do and extremely delicious and creamy. The secret and the one thing not to do when you are cooking homemade Mac & Cheese in the oven or cooking it in the slow cooker is not to dry it out by cooking it to long. Mac & Cheese is supposed to be creamy and cheesy. Do not let it cook until it is completely set and hard. Creamy Cheesy Mac & Cheese is probably the ultimate comfort food.
Comfort food reminds me of how my comfort comes from the Lord. So many times in my life, I have had to Trust God that He was going to work everything out. I have a son who has had 17 brain surgeries including months and months of hospital stays and seizures. I have had a gun pointed to my head during a fast food robbery. I have moved due to my husband’s job seven times. My husband and I adopted two children with Reactive Attachment Disorder and many other issues. My list could go on and on. I am sure you too have had many difficult times in your life. When life gets difficult, we have to find comfort and peace in God. I know God has worked every one of my difficult times out. I pray that He will comfort you too.
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CROCK-POT CREAMY MACARONI AND CHEESE – adapted from Fix-It and Forget-It Recipes for Entertaining cookbook. I added salt, pepper, granulated garlic, and dry mustard.
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