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JACQUM01
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3/5/13 11:10 A

Same here! Trying this recipe yesterday was the first time ive had macaroni and cheese in a really long time.



CALLMECARRIE
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3/4/13 9:24 P

I love macaroni and cheese and basically haven't had any for a year, because I can go crazy on it, and I like the richest, gooiest, cheesiest kinds possible. I've been afraid to step near it. It's time for me to try it in a leaner version.



MUSCATDBQ
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3/4/13 8:18 P

Sounds good. I'll have to give it a shot, though I think I'll skip the carrots. Cooked carrots have a sweet quality to then that I don't care for in savory dishes. Maybe I'll try a squash and cauliflower combination.



LOTUS737
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3/4/13 7:02 P

that sounds promising! i've made it with butternut squash or pumpkin puree before and it's quite tasty that way too!



JACQUM01
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3/4/13 6:48 P

I was on a website that gave out a recipe for healthier macaroni and cheese, i tried it tonight and its pretty good.

I altered it a bit ...this is what i did

1/2 cup cooked cauliflower and carrots
1/4 c shredded cheddar cheese
whole wheat noodles of any kind
milk
salt to taste

Cook the cauliflower and carrots, put them in the blender and add milk until it is a smoothe consistency (use your best judgement.) Pour it in a pan, add the shredded cheese and noodles. Heat until cheese is melted. Add salt to taste.



 
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