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Let's go to church and then eat something moan-worthy...


Today is the first Sunday of the new year and I couldn't be more excited!  Four more weeks and CELEBRATION is reality.  After what will be a great service today we're having a choir luncheon and rehearsal.  It's a covered dish luncheon and today I decided to bring Crockpot Macaroni and Cheese.  You'll love this, I promise...it's so easy and I guarantee you'll moan while you're eating it.  I just love recipes that are moan-worthy.  Stuff that just oozes C-O-M-F-0-R-T.  I probably should not be giving this recipe the two days after everyone has made their new year's resolutions, but oh well we should all have enough of the Holy Ghost in us to handle a little bit of macaroni and cheese without going off the deep end.  

CROCKPOT MACARONI AND CHEESE
8oz of cooked macaroni
1 (12oz) can of evaporated milk
2 eggs
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
4 oz sour cream
1 cup milk
4 cups sharp cheddar cheese

Mix all ingredients except for 1/2 cup of cheese poured into a greased crock pot. Put 1/2 cup of cheese on top. Cook on low for 5-6 hours.

Now, I doubled this recipe and it feeds a lot of people, and it all fits into a large crock pot.  Let me make it easy for you by printing the "double recipe" here:

DOUBLE RECIPE:
16 oz of cooked macaroni
2 (12oz) cans of evaporated milk
4 eggs
2 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
8 oz sour cream
2 cups milk
8 cups sharp cheddar cheese

You will definitely want to double this if you are taking it for a church event or having a lot of people over.  So good and will probably feed about 20!  As I often say, it would "make a tadpole slap a whale."  Enjoy!

Comments

Melissa said…
Girlfriend why oh why didn't I read this blog before going to the store. We have a church dinner after service...ya know the kind before we have a 30 fast...lol..this would have been fantastic. Guess I will just have to wait till next month to try it out. :) may just make it for the kids...they will love it!

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