November 25, 2009

Macaroni and Cheese

Make this in a pot and don't drain...turns out like a "from scratch" version of Kraft Dinner...without the guilt! is SO EASY!! :)

~ Macaroni and Cheese ~

2 cups water
2 cups macaroni noodles
1 cup milk (I use skim)
1 Tbsp butter
1/2 cup minced onion

Melt butter in medium sized pot and fry onions until turning translucent. Add in remaining ingredients turn heat to medium. Stir frequently until the liquid is absorbed and the noodles are softened. (Approximately 15 minutes)

Add in 2 cups grated cheddar cheese and a few shakes of parmesan cheese. Stir until melted and serve. This makes about 3 adult-sized portions.

**Adapted from the Kraft Kitchens**


Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Yummy. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

God Bless,

Camille said...

Hi Jackie! Thanks for stopping by! :) I'm sure you could do this with Whole Wheat pasta...let me know what you think if you try it.


Nadine said...

Yum! One of our favorite dinners!
Wishing you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving!


Sandra said...

That sounds easy enough. I love to find ways to make things myself instead of buying the package. I'll give this a try.

Jenn @ A Country Girl's Ramblings said...

I'll be trying this one out for lunches for the kids and I. Thanks for sharing this.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Sharon said...

This looks so good Camille :)Thanks for sharing. I never had Mac & Cheese growing up. Michael on the other hand grew up with it and LOVES it and I also make it from scratch for him.

Have a beautiful day in the Lord!


Anonymous said...

I think I just might make this for supper tonight with a good green salad! By the way, I love your blog. I love your "thankful" posts and pictures, how you capture even the small things that we may take for granted. Thankyou! Brenda

Camille said...

Nadine ~ Thanks for the Thanksgiving wishes...may you all be blessed as well!

Jenn ~ I trust you had a wonderful Thanksgiving...the Lord is so good! I hope you enjoy the macaroni...we do it for lunch easy and yummy! :)

Sandra ~ Welcome! So nice of you to stop by! I hope you enjoy this easy homemade version of the old classic. :)

Brenda ~ Welcome! Thanks for your sweet comment ~ May the Lord use it all for His glory! Oh...I hope you all enjoy this is so EASY!

Blessings to you all!

Camille said...

Dear Sharon ~ I just realized that I left you out in the reply comments...SO sorry!!! I hope you enjoy this's so much easier than other "from scratch" recipes I have tried.