MCLV Mange: Mac n’ Cheese

When you say “Comfort Food,” I immediately think “Mac n’ Cheese.” Gooey, delicious, filling – Does it get more comforting than that?

Every Fall I look forward to trying a new variety of “cheese sauce” and this season it was Choosing Raw (now The Full Helping)’s Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese via Faring-Well.

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I paired this amazing sauce with nori noodles, quinoa elbow pasta, and homemade zucchini noodles, and all were excellent.

I especially loved add broccoli to the mix to make it extra filling. And I bet that cauliflower would be an excellent addition as well.

So be sure to head over to Faring-Well to see the ingredient list and get on this recipe ASAP!

Stay tuned for the next MCLV Mange installment and check out the previous posts from this series to see what you’ve missed so far:

Coconut Vegetables // Farmer’s Market Fare // Vegetable Lasagna // Super Charge Me Cookies // Mac n’ Cheese // Energy Bites // Sunday Preparation // Hemp Salad // Tuscan Baked Quinoa // Spicy Peanut Stirfry // Mini Polenta Pizzas // Indian Feast // Healthy Treats // Bacon Deviled Eggs // Vegan Gluten-Free Pizza // Peanut Butter Cookies // Soft Serve Ice Cream // Coconut Cookie Cake // Gluten-Free Protein Cake // Vegan Chocolate Cheesecake //  Peanut Butter Banana Cookies // Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Muffins // Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bars // Pumpkin Biscuits // Coconut Cashew Cookies //Banana Bread Macaroons // Crackling Cauliflower // Raw Salted Caramel Chocolate Pecan Torte // Vegan Ice Cream // Gluten-Free Vegan Cinnamon Blondies // Infused Water // Protein Smoothie // Stir Fry // Healthy Protein Snacks // Homemade Larabars // Vegan Buddha Bowl

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