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Hi, everyone! So, I’m guessing that most of you enjoy eating macaroni and cheese, right? I mean, we make it for our kids, we make it for supper, we eat leftovers of it for lunch. Mac and cheese is very versatile. There are a ton of ways that it can be prepared.
Today, I’ll be giving you a recipe for a traditional baked macaroni and cheese dish. There are no fancy ingredients, just a pan full of comforting goodness. I really like this recipe because it’s easy to make and the top of the mac and cheese comes out crispy and browned. Yummo!
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Quick Tip: Add your favorite bread crumbs to the top of the mac and cheese before baking. I use the heels of bread and just give them a whirl in the blender.