OK Sudden Bachelors, Sadie here. That recent recipe post for Kraft Mac n Cheese? Lose it. At least if you are making it for someone of the opposite sex. It’s gross! You are NOT going to impress a date with that 99 cent carb feast known as Kraft. If you want to sit in your kitchen alone like a loser eating boxed mac n cheese go for it. If you want to actually have a life, even you can manage this much better alternative.
OK, get an 8 cup casserole dish. Spray it with Pam.
1 pkg. (8 oz) elbow macaroni
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup
3 cups grated cheddar cheese
1 large can of Durkee onion rings
1 1/4 cups milk
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
Can use whole wheat pasta in this recipe which impresses women who care about what they weigh!!! and good for you guys too! we’re all getting old here……
Boil macaroni in water for 10 minutes; drain. Mix with soup, milk, Worcestershire sauce and pepper; stir until well blended; fold in cheese. Layer half the mixture into an 8-cup casserole; top with half of onion rings. Repeat and top with remaining onion rings.
Bake: 375 deg. for 30 minutes, or until bubby hot.
OK and I know you lame-O guys can handle throwing together a green salad of some sort here so there’s something healthy in the meal. If you cannot, then get your ass over to Whole Foods and buy one already made. While macaroni and cheese is baking, prepare this simple dessert that you certainly can handle.
While you’re at Whole Foods purchase one already made graham cracker crust, 2 containers of non-fat frozen yogurt (like raspberry or lemon or your fav flavor), and lastly one container of Cool Whip.
Fold the two containers of yogurt together with the Cool Whip. Then put into graham cracker crust. Refrigerate until firm. Again, women will be impressed with the non-fat yogurt dessert…..
Lastly purchase a very nice bottle of your favorite red wine. Cause we women really love red wine. This is an evening guaranteed for success. Unless of course you’re totally a loser in which case back to your cave!….
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