Veggie Mac&Cheese!

I picked this recipe because it’s pasta based and loaded with cheese. Basically, two of my favorite foods rolled into one, plus some extra veggies for, like, extra nutrients or something. I mostly ate around the veggies.

And (wait for it… wait for it…) WE FOLLOWED THE DIRECTIONS! Did you know that food tastes better when you follow the directions?

Two pots! Only pro-chefs use two pots when they cook.

If this cooking adventure was an Andy Samberg/Lonely Island song, it would go something like this….

Cook some pasta! (Like a boss)
Add some veggies! (Like a boss)

Boil some milk! (Like a boss)
Add some cheese! (Like a boss)

Mix it together! (Like a boss)
Sprinkle bread crumbs! (Like a boss)

375 degrees! (Like a boss)
20 Minutes! (Like a boss)

Crash into the sun! (Like a boss)

And enjoy :)


2 Responses to “Veggie Mac&Cheese!”

  1. 1 sheelbeel January 7, 2012 at 12:09 am

    Ahahaha amazing – and that dish looks delicious! And I totally know what you mean about the veggie business – when it comes to mac and cheese I usually just shovel down some veggies before hand so I can feel like I got my nutrients without having them impede the cheesy goodness of the pasta haha. But this creation looks like it brings the two worlds together very nicely – well done!

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