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When my kiddos are out of school for summer break I often find myself at a stalemate for lunch ideas. after going 9 months without having to worry about lunches for the majority of the time you need a little bit of inspiration. I don’t want to feed my babies peanut butter and jelly sandwiches every single day so it’s time to get creative. This recipe for mac ‘n cheese muffins is about as creative as one can get. I love how these yummy little treats taste. And yes, they are treats because they are super easy to make and look absolutely adorable.
If you have muffin tins you can easily make these yummy little gems.
You can’t go wrong with macaroni and cheese muffins. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: Up the ante on these cheesy and noodly little muffins and toss in some bacon and spinach to the mix.