I have been waiting for this moment forever!! Ok, well at least since you posted the teaser about it like last week : I cannot wait to give this a try when I cook sometime next week! I made a lightened up mac and cheese the other day using plain greek yogurt which was good the recipe was super creamy without butter, etc. I might need to try with milk instead next time! Thanks, Kristina! My family is oblivious that this is healthified well, I guess now they know! Way to go out of your way to blog about a recipe ;.
Sorry about burning yourself twice, though. This post was me yesterday! I made some mac and cheese and was photo shooting it had my camera hanging around my neck. Almost dumped in my big bowl of cheesy noodles. HAHAH that sounds just about like my experience! I have been excited for this since the sneak peak you gave the other day! I LOVE mac and cheese, and making it yourself is 10x better.
I love mac and cheese and this looks amazing! Freshly shredded cheese makes such a difference!
One pot? Also love the step by step visual instructions! So helpful. My dad used to make me a mac n cheese similar to this when I was little and it was hands down my favorite comfort food. This looks amazing! I might be making this as my carb loading for the marathon! So many carbs and hey for mac and cheese this had a pretty high protein serving too!
I love mac and cheese. This is similar to how I make mine, but I use yoghurt too, to make it extra creamy. I need to face plant into a giant pool of this ASAP. There is nothing more comforting to me than a biggggg bowl of cheesy pasta. I also love that this recipe is lightened up.
Cheesy pasta is the BEST comfort food, no doubt about it. I will have to try this one eventually. I usually make mac and cheese and then eat the leftovers for supper for the rest of the week. Although I do that with almost any meal at college because it is hard to make a meal for one person. I love homemade over box food. Well, thank you for enduring some cooking injuries to bring us this recipe!
No buttter — no preseratives — only one pot? Ah man, you really outdid yourself in an oh so good way! I made this last night and used the sharpest reduced fat cheddar I could find. I also added freshly ground nutmeg and hot sauce to the melted cheese mixture. Next time I think I will eat the spinach on the side. I froze my leftovers in individual portions and can't wait to eat it for lunch tomorrow.
This was so good. I'd been using the baked mac and cheese recipe on the WW site for years but it definitely tasted like a diet recipe. Your recipe, on the other hand, tasted really really creamy and cheesy and not low fat at all. Everyone in my house liked it, and we all agree that it's a keeper. Holy mother of god. This was amazing!! I can't wait for my vegetarian, mac and cheese-loving teenage daughter to get home and see how great it is. Great recipes and beautiful photography. Great job!! It's in the oven as we speak! I love WW recipes and especially homemade ones, such as what you've made.
Laur — Sure, that should be fine. I would slightly under cook the pasta so it doesn't get mushy when you bake it. Do you think I could make this up until the point of baking it, stick it into the freezer, and finish with baking in a couple of nights? I made this the other night and thought it was tasty! My mom and sister liked it but the men seemed a little hesistant to eat it- they aren't big spinach eaters, and even though I halved the spinach, there was still quite a bit in the meal.
I think I may not have used quite enough salt or pepper either. But it was a good meal, kicked the cheesey pasta craving, and I really liked the bread crumbs and parmesan on top. Thank you for this! I was looking for a recipe with macaroni and swiss chard, because there's macaroni in my pantry and swiss chard in my garden! I found a lot of delicious looking recipes, but they all had tons of butter in them.
Then I thought, 'I'll check Gina's site, she's never let me down! I used your recipe as an inspiration- I used swiss chard instead of spinach and gouda instead of yellow cheese. With a little nutmeg grated over the top- heaven! What you do brings so much happiness to others- thank you! Keep up the good work! I made this recipe tonight and it was awesome!!! I wasn't too sure about the recipe, never heard of minced onion in mac and cheese. But it was incredible! Loved it and will definately be making it again very soon!
Wonderfully surprised. My husband loved it too. Will definitely be making this again! I think it would work fine, maybe undercook the pasta 1 minute so it doesn't get soggy. Other than that it should be ok. Let me know how it turns out. Gina- I've made this once before and it was amazing! I'm running short on time this week and wondered if I could make it up the night before and refrigerate until I need to bake it.
Do you think it would work? I'm planning on leaving the bread crumbs off until I'm ready to cook it so they don't get soggy. I love salt so I'm not the best person to help with sodium but I'm sure buying low sodium products and not adding salt to your meals would be the answer. A great low sodium blog is sodiumgirl. I would like to know how to find out all of the nutritional details.
I have recently been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes and I need to look closely now. I also probably need to lower the sodium. Coco- I think it would be great! Why not, they sell frozen mac and cheese and it works, I think this would work as well. Add the crumbs before baking. Could you freeze this and then heat it up later? Thanks, this looks great! I made this last night but made it with spaghetti squash instead of pasta carb and gluten issues and it was awesome!!!!
I just made this, and added 1. It helped thicken it up into a lovely thick and creamy sauce I accidentally switched the broth and milk amounts. And, the sweet potato adds a nutritional bonus! It has turned out beautifully — and my husband will never know about my healthy addition! Thanks for a great recipe, as always! I can't wait to make this and hopefully my family won't miss my prior mac and cheese that's loaded in fat LOL.
You rock Gina! Just had this for dinner. I have been on WW 2 months and lost every week thanks to you. Great to hear the news on the personal front too. Thank you for so many great recipes. I've been reading lots of your recipes and so many of them look so good. So daycare friendly too. I have daycare hours a day so that means lots and lots of meals cooked plus with me working hard to lose weight I need some help and ideas.
So cool that you're have these and thank you for sharing. Take care and God Bless!! My supermarket caries it in various brands. You made th right choice with full fat, fat free is awful. Maybe a blend of both would have worked out but I'm sure your guests were happy! I re-calculated the points on the recipe builder on WW and found that just regular mild cheddar makes the points 9 per 1 cup serving!
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And by the way this was a HIT! I hosted a dinner for some friends from church. I made this as a side to your Sloppy Joe's. And finished the dinner off by serving your rice krispy treats! This website has been such a hit with my family, friends, and anyone else that I've cooked for in the last month! Thanks for all the work you put into this blog so we can all be eating better! I'm really frustrated, I had to shop at Walmart because I could only make one stop and they literally had NO "reduced fat" cheese, Just regular or fat free. I was hosting a dinner so I made this with regular Mild Cheddar I was afraid the fat free wouldn't melt correctly.
Do you know how much of a difference the points per serving would be? Made this last night for dinner and it was absolutely spectacular. You would never know you were eating light! Keep these recipes coming, Gina! I have lost 40 lbs making tons of them. Thank you so much, Robin.
Thank you yet again for an amazing recipe. This is 6 for 6 for recipes from your site. My husband and daughter loved it.
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Already they are asking when I will make it again. Only change they have requested is more spinach and I have to admit I was sceptical about spinach in it, but it is wonderful. I just popped this out of the oven and had some.. So happy I found this site! I ended up having to wait a good amount of time for my milk, broth, and flour mixture to thicken.. Real cheese is a must! Polly, make half if you are worried about eating too much! Or… make them in individual servings if you have oven safe dishes.
Although sometimes I know it is necessary, I dislike using "processed cheese food" and other artificial ingredients. I can't wait to make it—my biggest worry is how to keep from eating multiple servings! Gina, you are officially my new best friend! I have only made 2 recipes from your site so far man and cheese and the coconut curry shrimp but they have both been outstanding. I wouldn't hesitate to serve either to guests and usually when I have friends for dinner, all healthy recipes go out the window. Thank you for your wonderful work!
It took about 20 minutes for the white sauce to thicken for me, even on med-high heat.
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I have a gas stove and it normally seems to cook faster than electric, but certainly not in this case. I almost gave up, but glad I didn't, even though I was broiling right alone with the sauce! The dish turned out well, although my husband said he's prefer it "plain" without the spinach and croutons. Mmmm, I made this tonight. It was really good.
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When I put the recipe into the recipe builder on etools, I got a points plus value of 8. Would using a sharper cheddar cheese, rather than the listed mild cheddar change the points? Still plan on using a reduced fat version. Do have any idea what is the sodium content per serving? This sounds like a diabetic's dream, but if the sodium is still too high I can't enjoy. Please let me know, if you know. I am so so so darn glad to have found this.
Someone posted this on 3FC and I love mac and Cheese. No one has been able to make it like my mom. Well mom made it with total fat. I can't say enough about this recipe. I'm sold, I'm baked. I'm stoked. I'm so darn happy to have a skinny mac and cheese that above all else. Thank you so much and I will be back for more recipes to make me lean. God Bless you for this. Great, I adjusted the directions for those of you not having success.
I love the addition of nutmeg, have a great day! I made this tonight and I think the issue that most are having with it not thickening is because you need the sauce to boil in order to thicken but the directions after adding the flour say to cook on low heat. I subbed diced shallot for the onion which is what I usually make mac n cheese with for a more subtle flavor.
And, for deeper flavor add a skosh of ground nutmeg. I'm so happy you enjoyed it, and all your guests enjoyed it as well!! Thanks for the note, perhaps that is why others had problems, I will adjust this in the instructions. I have made this twice now, the first time baking it, and the second time eating it straight out of the skillet. Like the commenter above me said, it does take longer about 10 mins for me to get the sauce to thicken. I was so skeptical, and even apologized to our guests in advance in case it didn't turn out well.
However, it was a huge hit and everyone loved it. Changes we made: Our store had Ronzoni noodles, but not elbows, so we used store brand. Also, they didn't have Sargento shredded cheese, so we used Kraft. We didn't include spinach. Just a note: My husband was actually the one who made it, and he said it took WAY longer than minutes for the sauce to thicken. Jennifer, I just made this again this week and it got very thick, it sounds like you had problems with the basic white sauce, which is the butter, flour and milk. It needs to boil and you need to whisk it for a few minutes until it thickens.
The same way you make a gravy. You can't add the cheese until this happens. I could tell something was wrong when the milk wouldn't get think, but I put the cheese in and it melted just fine. So i put the macaroni in liquid the consistency of milk. In the end, did not turn out well. Tasted pretty bad. I'm definitely not a cook but I can follow a recipe so I'm really not sure what went wrong here? Perfect Mac and Cheese Recipe. Very simple and still tastes great! I added bread crumbs and parmesean cheese to add a little more flavor. Thanks for sharing all your subtle changes, cooking is so versatile and I love hearing all your ideas!
I'm glad to hear most of you had success making this! I made this tonight and it was fantastic! I didn't have an onion handy, so I added a pinch of onion and garlic powder. I also halved the recipe to make 4 servings. My picky husband had two servings! I had one with a side salad and found it to be a filling and hearty dinner. I now have a great lunch for next week. Thanks for the great recipes! Great recipe!!! The whole family loved it and it made enough for 2 nights of dinner as a side dish! Gina……this recipe is awesome!!! I have made this recipe 3 times and each time it came out perfectly.
This last time I switched up the spinach and used fresh broccoli — it was great too!!! Thanks for this wonderful website…. I have probably made about 10 of your recipes and loved each one. Again, thanks!!! Just made this! I added cayenne pepper to the cheese and sprinkled some on top too. Hi Molly, funny Sabrina person said it was dry but others had success with this. I'm scratching my head. I'm assuming you added the flour and let it boil and thicken a bit, like you would thicken a gravy? It gets thicker the longer it boils so maybe it needed to boil a little longer before adding the cheese?
I'm going to have to make this again and follow my own directions and see if I have any issues with this. Sorry if you were unsucessful. I'm not sure why, it just seems the milk and the broth never thickened up. Any suggestions? Love love love this site!! Has anyones come out dry? It seemed creamy before it went in the oven and then when it was baked it seemed dry and I didnt even add the spinach to the recipe? Also can anyone explain the 12 ounces to me? I made this last week and it seemed to be missing something. We decided that for mac n cheese, we'd leave out the onions.
But add a can of tuna which we did the next night and it made an awesome tuna casserole! I also made this recipe. Ordinarily, I have a terrible time finding recipes because most have peppers in them, which I can't eat. I've already downloaded four of your recipes, and I've only been at it for 10 minutes! I made this tonight and it was wonderful! I found the recipe a few weeks ago and I have been looking forward to making it.
We added red pepper flakes to give it an extra kick and it was delicious! Gina — you are a life saver!! My whole family is doing WW and I use so many of your recipes. The mac and cheese was delicious! To answer Katie — you probably need to turn the heat up and cook the milk longer. It took a good 7 minutes for mine to thicken. We dine "a la Gina" all the time — chicken chili at least once a week during the winter, Pasta Fagiola is delish, turkey stuffed peppers — wonderful! Sorry it didn't work out for you, all stoves vary so maybe the milk needed to cook longer.
It should have been very hot. The cheese then melts instantly. Once melted, then remove it from the heat. Sorry if my directions weren't clear enough. It's very good! I would def try again! Let me know how it turns out! I agree… the milk wasn't hot enough, but i was afraid to heat it too much, and wanted to follow your steps of minutes.
I'll have to try it again. That's very strange! It sounds like the milk wasn't hot enough. The cheese should melt if the milk is hot. What kind of cheese did you use? I'm sure that it was me who messed this up, since so many others have had good results, but my came out a royal mess. Looking though the steps again, I don't know what I did wrong! It was basically cheese at the bottom of a pan of milk. I was very disappointed, especiallt since I already have a whole box of elbows cooked. I think the problem was that my milk mixture never really got thick… I waited minutues, whisking, but on low heat, I don't think that was enough time to thicken.
My milk mixture did not get very thick either, until I added the cheese. I kept waiting. Probably about minutes. But then when I added the cheese, it was thick enough to coat the pasta. Though still a little on the runny side. I hope that it gets thicker once it is baked. Glad I came across this receipe!!! I'm gonna make it this weekend, can't wait! I'm thinking of using frozen butternut squash to give it more of a cheesy color and to get some extra fiber!!!
It's so refreshing to know you're not alone when it comes to dieting and staying fit!!!! I'm a big fan of your crockpot chicken taco chili receipe, I make it alot minus the corn, I just picked up some turkey breasts at the supermarket I may subsitiute the chicken for the turkey. We had this tonight for the first time and it was a hit! Thanks for offering so many healthy recipes! Ive made this several times but finally got around to rating the recipe. Make sure you constantly stir or the cheese will stick to the bottom of the pot in a matter of seconds. This is a great side for any hearty meal.
I love your site, I reference back to this site at least a few times a week for delicious meal ideas that the whole family will love!! This is by far my favorite recipe for Mac and Cheese. I have tried many recipes and this is truly the best. The only thing i do differently is add a little cayenne and paprika to give it a little flavorful kick!
Jean- I didn't have mustard in the ingredients. I'm not sure if that was from a comment? My family loved it. Next time, I think I will cut back on the mustard, or use the regular yellow because the flavor came through a little strong for my taste. Otherwise, it worked for what I was trying to accomplish. This recipe is great! I just made it, but i added some baby bella mushrooms and ground turkey!
Great way to add some protein into the meal! Also, made my own breadcrumbs with some whole wheat bread! Gina, it was good as usual. My husband loved it and I even added extra spinach…there was a ton in there. When it came out of the oven it looked dry and I was worried I did something wrong. As soon as I scooped it up…. It was a big hit in this house. Guess we won't be eating boxed mac n cheese again!!!! Very yummy one of my favorite dishes and I've never attempted to make it before this, very easy!
I love baked macaroni specially when its full of cheese.. Very yummy :. Thank you for sharing this. I definitely will be doing the math to figure out how to make since servings. Having this tray in the house is damaging! I just want to sit and eat it all its that good, thanx for the wonderful post. I think i will love it. I better cook it too. Thank you for the idea and the recipe looking forward to learn more recipes. I didn't put the bread crumbs on top due to preference.
Would make again. I sometimes have to get creative. With this dish, I told him it was just parsley. He ate every bite of dinner tonight. Thank you so much for this recipe!! I look forward to cooking many more of your recipes, thanx. I couldn't find whole wheat bread crumbs around here and don't have any whole wheat bread at home. Would using regular seasoned bread crumbs change the points? I had the minestrone soup in the crock pot for the next night, and had strawberries and cream both nights for dinner! Leftovers for the whole week , thanx for the share.
Well, I definitely will be doing the math to figure out how to make since servings. I just want to sit and eat it all its that good, thanx for the recipe. I used a delicious chicken sausage with fontina cheese, spinach, and roasted garlic, but feel free to use whatever brand or variety you like. I made this for dinner tonight!! I have an extremely picky 6 year old. The only vegetable he eats is potatoes, or so he thinks.
I look forward to cooking many more of your recipes. Absolutely delicious!
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We had this a few nights ago and we all loved it. I skipped the bread crumbs, only because I wasn't in the mood for them, and it was still fantastic! I've been experimenting with a low fat mac n cheese recipe for a while but I wanted it to be great before I published it. This I felt was worthy of publishing!! I'm going to make variations of this soon! Monica- I just used a measuring cup. If you really want to be accurate, you could weight the whole dish subtract the weight of the glass dish then divide it equally by 8.
What would you say is the best way of measuring a serving of the mac n cheese? I tried using a regular measuring cup 1 cup measurement and I couldnt seem to make all the servings the same. I made this Sunday while I had the minestrone soup in the crock pot for the next night, and had strawberries and cream both nights for dinner! Leftovers for the whole week — thanks! I'm making this tonight, but I couldn't find whole wheat bread crumbs around here and don't have any whole wheat bread at home.
I am a huge mac and cheese fan and can't wait to try this tonight! Do you cook the baby spinach prior to putting it in the dish? I discovered your blog recently and i love it! My husband really like pastas esp bake macaroni. I will surprise him with this and I'm sure he will love me more. Nice… Thanks. Delightful mac and cheese. You rarely get it like this. As we remain concerned about health recipes, your choice of high fiber elbows and reduced fat mild cheddar give us much relief.
You are very mindful about healthy choices in your cooking. We have similar recipes about 20 of them but with slightly different ingredients. We do not use grated Parmesan and spinach but the taste goes so well like yours will be. Tracey- I know what you mean about turning 40! I'm also 40 and with a new baby, I have to really work hard at staying fit. Oh yeah, and I too could never do a grapefruit diet. I need variety in my meals!! Thanks for all the sweet comments! For those of you who tried this, I'm so glad to hear you liked it as much as we did! Hi Gina- Haven't tried this one, but am making the turkey chili in the crock pot.
I wanted to tell you how much I like your site. I am a life long foodie and have never much dieted…and now I am 40,and all of the sudden the pounds are catching up! So, I've been working out a lot and using your recipes, and i love them. I could never do a crazy grapefuit and cottage cheese diet, but when I am eating these great recipes, I really don't feel like I'm 'dieting'.
Just good, real food. And my family likes them, too. And that's the key to life long health and fitness…thanks so much for all of your effort! Tracy Oh, and the chicken parm is so great! I made this last night!! This was great! The hubby loved it.. But i definitely will be doing the math to figure out how to make since servings. I just want to sit and eat it all its that good! Hey Gina!! Thanks so much for figuring out a lighter version of mac and cheese!
I can't wait to make this and hopefully my fiance won't miss my prior mac and cheese that's loaded in fat lol.. I know it is! Oh how I love your blog! Thank you for all the hard work that goes into creating the recipes and WW points! So good! Featuring a low cal frittata right now if you want to pop over! No joke that I've been craving a good baked Macaroni and Cheese this past week. I'm going to make this ASAP! I made this tonight. This turned out perfectly and my husband loved it.
Looking forward to trying this out with different vegetables — I think he might have liked broccoli over spinach, but he ate all the spinach that ended up on his plate. Kat- If you use your Fiber gourmet pasta, it's lower. I believe it will be 5. I am new to WW so I will have to see if using my Fiber Gourmet pasta makes it even "lower" in points I really like this pasta — even though this is already pretty good in the points department. This sounds great! I'm going to try to reduce the number of servings — if it can be made to serve 2 it will be perfect!
Yum, this looks fantastic!! My food philosophy is to eat seasonal, whole foods and maintain good portion control everything in moderation! You can unsubscribe anytime by clicking the "unsubscribe" link at the bottom of emails you receive. Get new post updates: via rss via email. Lighter Baked Macaroni and Cheese. Jump to Recipe. Did you make this recipe? Lighter Baked Macaroni and Cheese Total Time: 45 mins. Yield: 8 servings. Instructions Cook pasta in salted water according to package directions.
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