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Homemade Macaroni

Updated on July 1, 2015

If you miss Grandma's homemade cheesy macaroni this recipe is for you.


1- box of macaroni

1- large box of Velveeta cheese (Light or regular)

2% Milk (do not use fat free milk it will not bake properly)


1- egg

1- teaspoon of pepper

1- box of Progresso Italian Style Bread Crumbs (the whole container will not be use but the rest can be saved for another batch of macaroni on a different night)

1- large size casserole dish

1- large cookie sheet for underneath the casserole dish during baking.


  1. Boil macaroni to desired softness
  2. Drain the macaroni
  3. Take casserole dish and spoon 6-8 teaspoons on the bottom of the pan. Spreading the butter evenly across the entire bottom of the pan
  4. Place a thin layer of macaroni on top of the teaspoons of butter
  5. Place a layer of sliced Velveeta cheese (1/4 inch-1/2 thick) covering the layer of macaroni
  6. Continue with steps 3-5 until all of the macaroni has been used
  7. Set oven to bake at 350 degrees

In a Separate Bowl

  1. Place one egg, half of cup of milk, and teaspoon of pepper
  2. Mix with fork

Casserole Dish w/ layers of butter, macaroni, and Velveeta cheese.

  1. Pour contents from the bowl (egg, milk, and pepper) over the layers of the macaroni and cheese
  2. Pour additional milk into the casserole dish high enough to cover all macaroni layers
  3. Sprinkle desired amount of breadcrumbs over the entire top of the macaroni
  4. Cover you casserole dish with lid or tin foil.
  5. Place the casserole dish on top of the cookie sheet because the macaroni may boil over.
  6. Bake for 1 hour

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