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Old 01-07-2007, 04:32 PM   #1
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I need a mac & cheese recipe that will really pack in the calories. Can anyone help?

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Old 01-07-2007, 04:35 PM   #2
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I know this is a food-oriented question - but I am going to move this to the Weight Board, where the posters are more weight-gain oriented.
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Old 01-07-2007, 06:03 PM   #3
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OK.. no probs.
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Old 01-07-2007, 06:08 PM   #4
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Fattening, as in more cals per serving? or more fat per serving?
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i'd have to believe that velvetta is pretty fattening, but too much of it would just taste yicky... suppose i would mix a variety of cheeses, and add heavy cream too.

baking it in a casserole dish with bread crumbs on top is yummy.

adding ham or chorizo adds zest.

bleu cheese adds some kick too.

now i want mac and cheese...

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Old 01-08-2007, 05:35 PM   #6
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I make mine with Velvetta and half n' half. It's quite fattening and wonderfully creamy.
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Old 01-08-2007, 05:45 PM   #7
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Don't try to "spice-up" a package recipie. Those suck!!

Do it yourself:

1. boil large shells -they hold more cheese
2. drain
3. add to taste:

splash red-wine vinegar
cracked black pepper
a ton of top shelf swiss, fresh moz., colby, brie, etc.

4. stirr well
5. add heavy cream to form sauce.

Get as creative as you want to be. There is no way to screw this one up, and there are no limits to how fattening you can make it. You could probably add bacon to it and it wouldn't suck!!

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Thanks, I'm gonna try it!
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Don't try to "spice-up" a package recipie. Those suck!!
...Just a thought
Or go to the FoodTV site and find Alton Brown's recipes...

Baked...
Stovetop
Next-day Mac n' Cheese Toast (deep fried baked Mac n' Cheese)

All of the above very good.

Trader Joe's makes a good one in the freezer section

There is also a good recipe book I saw all about 50 recipes for Mac n' Cheese

Emeril's Creole Christmas cookbook has a really good Smoked Gouda Cheese Mac n' Cheese. (Nice and sticky stringy)

Maybe if I remember I'll post some of these texts. (If allowed I guess)
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I like to take the mac n cheese in the box that has the velveeta like substance, not the powder. You need two boxes. You boil the noodles and then mix in the cheese substance and add half and half and a brick of cream cheese, then a 8 oz bag of cheddar. Add pepper to taste. Huge amounts of calories!
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I only know two fattening Mac & Cheese recipes:

1. Mac & Cheese & Anything
2. Mac & Cheese & Nothing

I tried to find a fattening third one, namely PC & Cheese & ..., but the only third ingredient I could think of was more cheese, or perhaps a different one.
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I like to take the mac n cheese in the box that has the velveeta like substance, not the powder. You need two boxes. You boil the noodles and then mix in the cheese substance and add half and half and a brick of cream cheese, then a 8 oz bag of cheddar. Add pepper to taste. Huge amounts of calories!
Good God.. I KNEW I must be making the boxed stuff wrong. This sounds yummy.
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