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Crispity, Crunchity, Cheese-a-liciously Cheesy Mac & Cheese

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Ingredients (7)

  • 4 cups of leftover macaroni and cheese
  • 1/2 of a cup of grated Gruyere cheese
  • 1/2 of a cup of seasoned Italian bread crumbs
  • 1/4 of a cup of Pecorino Romano cheese
  • olive oil cooking spray
  • Salt to taste
  • Ground Black Pepper to taste
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Crispity, Crunchity, Cheese-a-liciously Cheesy Mac & Cheese

Have you ever made a fabulous batch of mac & cheese and then been disappointed by the leftovers the next day? The crumb topping has been picked over. The cheese isn’t as melty and cheesy. The macaroni has a tough time holding up to the reheating.

Mac & cheese lovers rejoice. This recipe is guaranteed to make your mac & cheese leftovers disappear. If you love mac & cheese with crumb topping, this is for you!

Instructions

  1. 1Spray large frying pan with cooking oil.
  2. 2Add leftover mac & cheese to frying pan and heat over low flame
  3. 3While mac & cheese is heating, grate 1/2 of a cup of Gruyere cheese and 1/4 cup of Pecorino Romano cheese into a large bowl.
  4. 4Add the 1/2 a cup of the seasoned Italian bread crumb to the large bowl.
  5. 5Mix Gruyere and bread crumbs well.
  6. 6Add ground black pepper to taste to bread crumb/cheese mix.
  7. 7Once the mac & cheese is getting slightly melted, remove from flame.
  8. 8Add mac & cheese to the bread crumb mixture.
  9. 9Toss mac & Cheese and bread crumb mixture and mix well.
  10. 10Return crumbly mac & cheese to the pan and spray mac & cheese lightly with olive oil
  11. 11Heat on medium until cheese is gooey and melty and crumbs are brown and crispy. Enjoy!
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