Bless This Mess Unveils Creamy One Pot Macaroni and Cheese Recipe for Kids

Posted March 22, 2018 by Daniel_Craig

Bless This Mess, a wholesome family food blog provides parents with kids who crave “simpler,” food another option to solve their nightly dinner dilemmas.
[SOUTHWESTERN UTAH, 03/22/2018] — Kids never get tired of asking for the simplest kinds of food. Determining what children want and making sure it takes little time to prepare can be challenging for many parents. In line with the wholesome family food blog’s mission of helping parents resolve their dinner dilemmas, a recipe for creamy one pot macaroni and cheese is unveiled on its site.

“This is a great recipe to make for lunch when your kids are in the mood for something simple, hot, and filling, and you need something that comes together in without any fuss,” Bless This Mess remarks.

Quick to Make in Easy Steps

Bless This Mess explains that what makes the recipe extra easy is the fact that the macaroni can be cooked right in the milk. Parents no longer need to boil water, or rinse noodles. According to the food blog, parents can cook it all in one pan, and finish the dish in 15 minutes.

The cooking blog cites the steps on how to cook the creamy one pot macaroni and cheese.

• In a large pot, add 2 ½ cups whole or 2 percent milk, 3 tablespoons of butter, and 2 cups of dry elbow macaroni noodles
• Turn the burner on to medium. Let the mixture simmer, and stir often.
• Reduce the heat if the milk seems to stick to the bottom
• Stir often until the noodles are well-cooked, for 10 minutes
• Add about 1 to 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese
• Mix in the teaspoon of salt and pepper, according to preference
• Serve right away

Family-Friendly Recipes, and More

Bless This Mess features a variety of macaroni and cheese recipes, including a dairy-free, meatless version. The creamy one pot macaroni and cheese added to the collection is as easy to make as the “blue box stuff,” but it tastes like real food.

“All the recipes on the pages of Bless This Mess are kid-friendly and family-approved. I have a no-nonsense approach to wholesome eating—we eat lots of healthy foods and leave plenty room for dessert. Balance is the name of the game at Bless This Mess,” the food blog shares.

About Bless This Mess

Bless This Mess serves as a source for parents to get their answer to:“What’s for dinner?” With its wholesome and balanced meals, the blog features simple but healthy recipes that the entire family will love. Bless This Mess also features guides on meal plans, food preparation, and money-saving strategies to help parents feed their families without sacrificing on health, taste, and quality.

For more information, visit the website today.
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Last Updated March 22, 2018