Super creamy gluten-free southern baked macaroni and cheese recipe loaded with three kinds of cheeses. The best gluten-free mac and cheese baked to perfection in just 20 minutes.
Recipe originally published April 2017, photos and post updated September 2018.
Mac And Cheese
I have never eaten a macaroni and cheese dish that I did not like. I absolutely love macaroni and cheese! All different kinds from the boxed to the baked. That’s why I knew I was going to have to find a way to make gluten-free macaroni and cheese.
The first meal I was allowed to make as a kid was Kraft Macaroni and Cheese. There was something quite magical about that yellow powder turning into a yummy cheesy sauce. Even though my tastes evolved, hello Kraft Velveeta Shells and Cheese, I really had no idea what real macaroni and cheese was.
Southern Baked Macaroni And Cheese
That was until I moved to the South. Yes, my friends, there is nothing better than southern macaroni and cheese. Southerners love macaroni and cheese like family. There’s even an old joke about it: You know you’re in the South when restaurant menus list mac and cheese as a vegetable.
My gluten-free southern baked macaroni and cheese recipe is loaded with three kinds of cheeses and is made super creamy with the addition of evaporated milk.
One of the most important ingredients to a successful gluten-free macaroni and cheese dish is the noodles. Gluten-free pasta can be tricky. I HIGHLY recommend Barilla Gluten Free Elbow pasta, or you can also use penne and rotini successfully.
I have tried just about every brand of gluten-free pasta on the market and Barilla is hands down my favorite. No slimy and mushy pasta from them!
I always salt my water, at least a tablespoon for 1 pound of pasta in 4 quarts (16 cups) water. Also, adding a teaspoon of olive oil to the water to help the pasta not stick together. Make sure to add the salt, olive oil and pasta to the water once it has come to a rolling boil. Pro Tip: Place a wooden spoon over the pot to keep it from over boiling.
It is very important that you cook the pasta al dente to the box’s directions. Pro Tip: I also always rinse my pasta with cold water after draining it to keep it from cooking longer and getting mushy.
Gluten-Free Macaroni And Cheese In A Few Easy Steps
Preheat your oven to 400° F.
In a large bowl combine whisked eggs, evaporated milk, powdered mustard, salt, pepper, and Tabasco and mix together until fully combined. (photo 1, photo 2)
Boil the pasta according to the box’s direction in a large pot. You will want “al dente”, not mushy. Make sure you salt the water. (photo 3) Pro Tip: Place a wooden spoon over the pot to keep it from over boiling.
Once pasta is cooked, drain the water and return to the pot. (photo 4) Pro Tip: I also always rinse my pasta with cold water after draining it to keep it from cooking longer and getting mushy.Pour the melted butter over the pasta and stir until all the pasta is covered with the butter. Stir the milk and egg mixture a few times and then add it to the pasta. (photo 5)
Add half of the cheese mix to the pot and stir over medium heat until cheese is melted. (photo 6) Add the remaining cheeses and continue to stir until thoroughly melted. (photo 7)
Spray a 9 x 13 baking dish with cooking spray. Pour the macaroni and cheese into the baking dish. (photo 8)
For extra yumminess add some extra cheddar cheese to the top and bake for 20 to 25 minutes. (photo 9)
Try not to eat it all in one sitting. Enjoy!
If you have any leftovers the macaroni and cheese can refrigerate then reheated in either the oven or microwave.
If you are looking for a super creamy, flavorful, and easy gluten-free mac and cheese recipe, I promise Mama Knows Gluten Free’s recipe for gluten-free southern baked macaroni and cheese will not disappoint.
I make this dish for every holiday and anytime we need to bring a dish to a gathering.
P.S. Don’t fret my gluten eating friends, you too can enjoy this super rich and delicious mac and cheese, just use regular macaroni.
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Gluten-Free Southern Baked Macaroni and Cheese
- 1 12oz box of gluten-free macaroni noodles Can use penne or rigatoni. I HIGHLY recommend Barilla gluten-free
- 2 eggs whisked
- 2 12oz cans of evaporated milk
- 2 teaspoons powdered dry mustard
- 1 teaspoon salt I cook with pink Himalayan salt
- ½ teaspoon black pepper
- ½ teaspoon Tabasco
- 2 cups shredded mild/sharp cheddar cheese
- 1 cup shredded Parmesan cheese
- 2 cups shredded Velveeta cheese if you can't find shredded you can chop a block of Velveeta
- 8 tablespoons butter melted
- Preheat oven to 400° F.
- In a large bowl combine whisked eggs, evaporated milk, powdered mustard, salt, pepper, and Tabasco and mix together until fully combined.
- Boil the pasta according to the box's direction in a large pot. You will want "al dente", not mushy. Make sure you salt the water.
- Once pasta is cooked, drain the water and return to the pot. Pour the melted butter over the pasta and stir until all the pasta is covered with the butter.
- Stir the milk and egg mixture a few times and then add it to the pasta.
- Add half of the cheese mix to the pot and stir over medium heat until cheese is melted. Add the remaining cheeses and continue to stir until thoroughly melted.
- Spray a 9 x 13 baking dish with cooking spray.
- Pour the macaroni and cheese into the baking dish. For extra yumminess add some extra cheddar cheese to the top and bake for 20 to 25 minutes.
- Try not to eat it all in one sitting. Enjoy!
So good! Made this for a bbq and everyone loved it. There were a couple of chefs there and they could not believe it was gluten free. I followed the recipe, with the exception of adding some jalapeno and bacon.
One word :Fabulous!
I am not big on Mac and Cheese so when I thought “I wonder how baked Mac and cheese would taste” I knew I needed help. I am so glad I found this. I just made this for the first time and within 20 min more than 2/3 or the pan was gone. I did substitute some things because I didn’t have them but did everything else. Try this recipe you won’t regret it !
Also, I am the only one in my family who is GF so to have them also enjoy this recipe was a huge plus!
Thank you so much Karen for the awesome 5-star recipe review, it really made my day! I am so happy that everyone enjoyed the mac and cheese. Thanks again!
Jennifer Simon says
I have been in a long trend of not cooking and my husband cooking so often it became the new norm. I’m also known more for my baking and desserts. This all happened as my job became more stressful and my husband was working more from home and if he wasn’t he was more confident and could whip up a meal faster than me.
Because we are on March Break. Today I made your Gluten Free Macaroni and Cheese. It was fabulous and makes me want to get into the kitchen more regularly. Thanks So Much.
Thank you so much Jennifer for the wonderful 5-star recipe review, it really made my day. I am so happy that you and your husband enjoyed the maca and cheese and it turned out fabulous. It makes my heart so happy to hear that making it makes you want to cook more regularly. Cooking and baking are one of my love languages. You are so welcome, I love sharing the recipes I make for my family. Thanks again!
Stacey King says
I made this for but had run out of velveeta and didn’t have condensed milk. I substituted some extra sharp cheese (I only had 1 cup of velveeta) and half-and-half…my husband, who is a mac-and-cheese connoisseur said it was the best mac-and-cheese he’s ever had. He is NOT gluten free. Incredible, flexible recipe that keeps even the gluten eating folks happy!
Thank you so much Stacey for the awesome 5-star recipe review, it really made my night! I am so happy that you and your husband (the mac-and-cheese connoisseur) enjoyed the mac and cheese and it’s the best you have had. Thank you for sharing your substitutions, as I know it will help others. Thank you again!
Jamie Richardville says
I made this for Thanksgiving. Not a single person knew that it was gluten free until I told them. It was a huge hit! The only GF person in my household is my 8 year old son, and my (gluten free rebel) 11 year old daughter has asked me to make this for her birthday dinner. Great recipe!
Thank you so much Jamie for the awesome 5-star recipe review, it really made my day! I am so happy that everyone enjoyed the mac and cheese. It really makes my heart happy to hear your daughter asked to have it for her birthday. Thank you again!
Kelly Pizzarella says
I made this tonight for dinner. The only thing I kept out was the dry mustard because I’m allergic. Wow, this was so delicious and creamy. Also very easy to make. Thank you for a great recipe. My whole family had seconds and thirds.
Thank you so much Kelly for the awesome 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that you and your family enjoyed the mac and cheese and it was delicious, creamy and easy to make. You are so welcome, I love sharing the recipes that I make for my family. Thanks again!
Ruth McCormick says
I am definitely going to be making this recipe! However, I need to mention something else!
I have a corn allergy which is more severe than wheat! It actually makes me feel ill and I didn’t start to recover until after a night’s rest. I have noticed in many instances that in “gluten-free”, corn has been substituted for the wheat. Corn starch seems to be in many processed foods as well. There are substitutions. Everyone, you need to always read your labels before purchasing………very time consuming!!
There is corn in Barilla gluten-free pasta! I have had success with substituting rice pasta. The pot is easier to clean also! I especially like Timkyada Pasta Joy products.. Do not rinse! I am quite sure I will be giving this recipe 5*****! It sounds delicious!
Thank you so much Ruth, I hope you enjoy the mac and cheese. Thank you for sharing the information about the Timkyada pasta as a gluten-free and corn-free pasta option. Thanks again!
Diane Pirman says
This recipe is a keeper! I made it on Christmas Eve to take to my son’s the next day. We baked it there and five teenagers dove in – we all loved it! Your dialogue instructions were very helpful and the Barilla elbows worked out great.
Thank you so much Diane for the awesome 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that everyone loved the mac and cheese. I am glad that the instructions were helpful and that the Barilla’s gluten-free elbows worked great. Thanks again!
Kay-Lynn Myers says
Wow!! Amazing!! Made this for Christmas dinner. It’s the best Mac n cheese, gluten free or not! Hubby doesn’t like Mac n cheese and he ate three helpings. Thank you for the recipe and all the info.
Thank you so much Kay-Lynn for the awesome 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that everyone enjoyed the mac and cheese and that’s it the best, gluten-free or not. You are so welcome, I love sharing what I make for my family. Thanks again!
Best mac and cheese recipe we have ever eaten!!
Thank you so much Tracy for the awesome 5-star recipe review, it really made my day! I am so happy that you enjoyed the mac and cheese and it’s the best mac and cheese you have eaten! Thanks again!
Theresa Cain says
Finally a GF Recipe without using the GF Flour that never really tastes right! This came out delicious!! I did add bacon and some GF Breadcrumbs on top this was perfect!
Thank you so much Theresa for the wonderful 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that you enjoyed the mac and cheese. I like adding bacon and breadcrumbs too. So yummy! Thank you again!
Rachel Lane says
Wow! This was perfect for my family’s Thanksgiving! It was so cheesy and delicious.
Thank you so much Rachel for the awesome 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that your family enjoyed the mac and cheese. Thanks again!
Sherry Pegas says
Thank you so much Sherry for the awesome 5-star recipe review. I am so happy that you enjoyed the mac and cheese. Thanks again!
Can you sub the evaporated milk for sour cream??
Hi Kellys! I have only used evaporated milk in the recipe. If you try it with sour cream can you please let me know how it turns out? Thanks!
Hi Audrey, are eggs needed for this recipe? Would it significantly alter the taste? I wanted to make it gf and vegetarian. Thanks in advance! Excited to make this for thanksgiving! 🙂
Hi Neera! I have never tried this recipe without the eggs. If you try it will you please let me know how it turns out? I hope you enjoy it and you have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Lisa Victory says
I made this last Thanksgiving for my GF son, and everyone else loved it so much, they couldn’t believe it was GF! They’ve requested that I make it again this year, and I certainly will! Question: Can I prepare this a few days ahead, and then defrost and bake it the day of? Or will that make the gf pasta turn to mush?
Thanks for a great recipe!
Hi Lisa thank you so much for the awesome 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that everyone loved the maca and cheese last year! I have never frozen it beforehand, defrosted and baked it. I have made it the night before and then baked it the next day. I’m not quite sure how frozen the gluten-free pasta will do. If you try it will you please let me know how it turns out? Thanks again and Happy Thanksgiving!
Could crackers or bead crumbs or something be added to the top of this before baking to give it a crispy texture? Has anyone tried that? (Gluten free of course)
Hi Jenna! I have made a topping using gluten-free breadcrumbs and melted butter. It takes the maca and cheese to the next level for sure! I hope you enjoy the mac and cheese. Thanks for asking!
Kristen Wood says
Now this brings back memories from my Southern upbringing. This looks perfect. 🙂
Thank you so much Kristen! My family loves this mac and cheese. I hope you try it and enjoy it as well. Thanks again!
Also Audrey, I fogot to ask how much a “block of Velveeta” is? You said if you can’t find shredded valveeta, to use a block chopped.
Like I said, I made this about 5 months ago and it was to die for!!! The problem is that I can’t remember how much of the Velveeta I used, lol!
Thanks for your help!
Thank you so much Janie for the awesome 5-star recipe review! If you can’t find the Velveeta shreds, buy a Velveeta block and cut it into cubes and then measure out 2 cups. You are so welcome!
I love this mac n cheese!!!! So good.
I have a question. I’m making it for company tomorrow and wanted to know if I can prepare it tonight and place in the fridge. Then actually cook it tomorrow? Or should I cook it tonight and reheat it tomorrow?
Thanks so much,
Thank you so much for the awesome 5-star recipe review Janie! I am so happy that you love the mac and cheese. I would prepare it tonight, cover it and keep in the fridge and then cook it tomorrow. I hope everyone enjoys it!
Hello there.. Does this recipe call for both shredded cheddar and velvetta or do you choose one or the other to add to the Parm?
Hi Jeanna! You use all three kinds of cheeses in this mac and cheese recipe. I hope you enjoy it!
Can this be made in an instant pot?
Sounds like a really good recipe.
Hi Deb! I have never tried this recipe in an Instant Pot. If you decide to try it, will you please let me know how it turns out?
Made this tonight for dinner and it was FABULOUS! Everyone loved it! It is very hard to get all four thumbs up in this house! I don’t think an unsuspecting gluten eater would know the difference. I will be making mac n cheese like this from now on!
Thank you so much Dawn for the awesome 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that everyone enjoyed the mac and cheese. I get really excited when gluten eaters enjoy my recipes too. This really made my day! Thank you again.
Made this for dinner tonight and it was FABULOUS! Everyone said it was good. It is very hard to get all four thumbs up in this house! I don’t think an unsuspecting gluten eater would know the difference. I will be making mac n cheese like this from now on!
Added bacon, onions and parsley on my first go around with this recipe. Happiest bellies on earth tonight! Thank you!
Thank you so much Jamie for the awesome 5-star recipe review! You really made my day. I am so happy that you enjoyed the mac and cheese! Your additions sound super yummy. Thanks again!
Debra De Bode says
Mmmm, so good! Thanks for sharing your recipe, Audrey. I have only recently figured out that I need to avoid gluten, and so am just learning about GF products and recipes. I love pasta, so thought that trying your Mac & Cheese recipe was a good way to see what GF pasta ( I used Barilla, but penne, since I couldn’t find elbows the other day) would be like. I’ll definitely be trying some of your recipes for baked goods also. I have your site bookmarked. (:
Thank you so much Debra for the fantastic 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that you enjoyed the gluten-free mac & cheese! I have made the recipe with the Barilla gluten-free penne, rotini and elbows and they all worked well in the recipe. I hope you enjoy any other recipes you try as well. Thanks again!
This is recipe is a HUGE hit at my house. So creamy and delicious! I don’t have to adjust it in anyway, it is absolute perfection. My son doesn’t like the boxed brands and is gluten free. He devours this and wants seconds, thirds…
Thank you Terri for the amazing 5-star recipe review! It makes my heart so happy to hear that your family enjoys the gluten-free mac and cheese. This is my son’s favorite as well. I think he would try to eat a whole pan by himself if I let him.???? Thank you again!
Paula Spiece says
Best Mac n Cheese ever – made it GF and regular pasta – both good! Substituted 2% milk with 1 tbsp corn starch for the evaporated milk.
Thank you so much Paula for the wonderful 5-star recipe review! It makes my heart so happy to hear that this is the best mac and cheese. I’ve never tried the milk and cornstarch trick, but I am going to try that to make a dairy-free version. Thank you so much!
Could you make this the night in advance? I haven’t tried that with gf noodles but did with traditional noodles.
Hi Emily! I have made the mac and cheese the night before cooking it and I have reheated it as well. Are you going to cook it then reheat it, or prepare it and then cook it the next day?
Can this recipe be doubled and if so are there specific ingredients that I shouldn’t actually double? Need to make this for a party and one box of pasta wouldn’t be enough. Thanks!
Hi Sarah! Yes, this recipe can be easily doubled. Just double all the ingredients in the recipe and use two 9×13 pans to bake it in. I often made a double batch when taking it to potlucks. I hope everyone enjoys the macaroni and cheese!
Great Gluten Free Mac and Cheese recipe. Even my friends who are not gluten free enjoyed it.
Thank you so much Randee for the wonderful 5-star recipe review! I am so happy that everyone enjoyed the mac and cheese. I love to hear it when not gluten-free people enjoy one of my recipes too. Thank you again!
Tim Bilsky says
Not that brown rice and quinoa pasta isn’t tasty on its own, but the milk, eggs, butter, and everything else made this mac shine. The secret in it is the dry mustard. It really imparts a unique and savory flavor to the dish. I didn’t have that much evaporated milk (for the 5lbs of rotini) so I just used half of the amount called for and it turned out great. I prefer a chunkier mac to creamy so this strikes an awesome balance. I used the ALDI Gluten free Brown Rice and Quinoa Rotini. At $2.89/lb, it’s a very good deal and it cooks well. Thank you for this fine recipe. I can’t wait for our family and friends to try it Saturday.
Thank you so much for the wonderful 5-star recipe review! I wish we had an Aldi in my city. I’ve seen so many rave reviews about their gluten-free products, plus it sounds so affordable. I hope your family and friends enjoy it on Saturday. Thank you again these review me a lot to me!
This is fantastic!! Look no further for the perfect GF mac and cheese. No one would know its GF, don’t tell them until after dinner. Unbelievable, Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much for the wonderful 5-star recipe review Beth! I am so happy that you enjoyed the mac and cheese. I always take this to potlucks and no one ever knows it’s gluten-free. You are so welcome, I love sharing what I make for my family. Thank you again!
Colette Wilbers says
Can you assemble the casserole and freeze it for later use? If so, would you bake it from frozen or allow it to thaw first? How much longer would you bake it if from frozen? Is there a good substitute for Velveeta? Thank you so much! I’d like to make this ahead of time for a church supper two days from now. It will be a kid-friendly alternative to the chili, and some of the children can’t have gluten.
Hi Colette! I have made this a day ahead of time and then baked it the next day. I covered the casserole dish with plastic wrap and then refrigerated it. I then baked it for the normal amount of time the next day. I have not tired to freezing the macaroni and cheese. I have not used a subsite for the Velveeta, but you could try a creamy cheese like Monterey Jack. Every time I make this for a pot-luck everyone enjoys it! If you decide to make it, please let me know how it turns out. Thank you!
Made this with my mom for a party we hosted. EVERYONE was eating it, regardless of it being gluten free pasta!! I will have to continue to use your recipes as I adventure into gf cooking myself!
Thank you Rachel for the wonderful recipe review! I am so happy to hear that everyone enjoyed the mac and cheese, even if they weren’t gluten-free. I hope you enjoy the other recipes you try and please let me know if I can help in any way. Thanks again!
Veronica Bradford says
I can’t have any milk products, however I can tolerate hard cheeses. Can I use lactose free milk instead of the evaporated milk?
Hi Veronica! I have never tried it without the evaporated milk. I know another reader used evaporated almond milk in the recipe and it was successful that way.
Amanda Ramos says
Looks amazing! Any suggestions for not using Velveeta? We have to avoid processed cheese in my house.
Hi Amanda! You could try another cheese like Colby Jack or Gouda. Please let me know if you try it and how it turns out. Thank you so much!
Im the only gluten intolerant person in my family and i made this for my family thanksgiving; by far the best dish there!
Thank you so much Andrew for the wonderful 5-star recipe review. I am so happy that you enjoyed the mac and cheese for Thanksgiving! That means so much to me. Thanks again!
I’m going to make this next weekend for my vegetarian sister and gluten free self, I will however add broccoli to the mix and breadcrumbs to the top cheese. Can’t wait to make it.
Hi Jenny! I hope you and your sister enjoy the mac-and-cheese! I bet adding the broccoli and breadcrumbs will be delicious. I’ve added breadcrumbs often to my mac and cheese too. Thank you so much for commenting.
How could you make ahead?
If you prepare completely with baking night before and reheat next day will it be dry?
Is it possible to prepare in the afternoon without baking and let sit in fridge and bake later in the evening just before serving?
Hi Janet! Yes, you could prepare it and let it sit in the fridge and bake it before you serve it. I enjoy eating the leftovers and reheating it, but it’s definitely best when it’s first baked. I hope you enjoy the mac and cheese!
I used Gruyere cheese and mild cheddar and it was “ da bomb “. None left to bring home after a recent family reunion. Thank you for this fabulous recipe ???? I would give this recipe 10 stars if I could!!!
Oooh, Gruyere cheese sounds amazing! I am so happy that everyone enjoyed it. Thank you so much Donna for the wonderful 5-star rating recipe review. You really made my night! You are so welcome, I love sharing what I make for my family.
Wilhelmina Wessel says
This mac and cheese looks excellent!
Thank you Wilhelmina! I hope you enjoy it. Thank you for the wonderful 5-star rating.
Rebecca Hubbell says
There’s nothing more comforting than baked mac and cheese and I’m loving this gluten-free recipe!
I totally agree! One of my all-time favorites. Thank you so much Rebecca for the wonderful 5-star review!
I am excited to try this recipe out at home. I have a niece that just went gluten free and I think she will love this. I did notice the instructions call for combining sweetened condensed milk with the eggs, evaporated milk, etc. Was that an oversight? I didn’t see sweetened condensed milk on the ingredients list.
Hi Michale! It was an oversight. My original recipe had sweetened condensed milk in it as well. Most people are not used to a sweet mac and cheese so updated the recipe to just use evaporated milk. I hope your niece enjoys it! My kids absolutely LOVE my baked mac and cheese.
I made this recipe last night. I didn’t have the evaporated milk, so I used 6 oz of Half n Half and 6 oz water. This was the best macaroni and cheese recipe I have ever made! My hubby absolutely loved it.
A real keeper. Soooooo good and gluten free!
Thank you Audrey…. 🙂
Thank you so much Janie! You just really made my day.???? I am so glad that you and your husband enjoyed it. It’s one of my family’s favorites too. Thanks for letting me know about the substitution working. I’ll remember that if I ever find myself without the evaporated milk.
Oooo, this looks delicious! My husband and kids LOVE mac and cheese and hubby has come up with a recipe we all love but we’ll have to give this one a try. I’ll have to check out the Barilla gluten free noodles, too. We just recently moved away from using most wheat products and I have not been able to find a good noodle substitute we like for things like this yet. So far, the only noodle substitute we have been happy with is spaghetti squash for things like spaghetti and chicken alfredo.
Hi Ashley! I have tried just about all the brands of gluten-free noodles and hands down Barilla is the best! I bet your husband’s mac and cheese recipe is super yummy too. I’ve never had a mac and cheese I did not like, but I adore southern style mac and cheese!
I’m so excited to have found your blog! As I start my gluten free journey I realize I have a lot to learn and I’m so glad for some insightful (and delicious) guidance along the way! This Mac n Cheese is for sure going on the recipe list!
Hi Larisa! Welcome to the gluten-free community. I am so happy that you found my blog. I know how hard it can be to just starting your gluten-free journey. If there is anything I can help you with, or if you have a favorite recipe you want help with modifying please let me know. The mac and cheese recipe is one of my personal favorites, you won’t even be able to tell that’s it’s gluten-free. Nothing tastes as good as gluten free feels!
Kimberly C. says
This looks fantastic I can almost taste it! Do you know by chance how many carbs there are in this and if the recipe is high on the glycemic index? I have diabetes and so gluten free is for me but sometimes I need to be careful with recipes! I think though this should work perfectly!
Hi Kimberly! I am not sure about the carbs and glycemic index. When I checked for mac & cheese on a glycemic index calculator is said 64 (Medium GI). I had gestational diabetes when I was pregnant so I understand how important it is to balance your blood sugar with food. I hope that you will be able to find other recipes on my blog that you can enjoy. Thanks so much for commenting!
Lynn @ Oh-So Yummy says
I love a good mac & cheese ! Turns out I’ve been looking for a recipe to use up my last can of evaporated milk and condensed milk and a bazillion pasta noodles (overstocked much?). BOOM. Now it’s time to get the cheeeeeese. Thanks Mama Audrey! =)
Hi Lynn! You sound just like me, you should see my pantry. Let me know how you like it. I hope you enjoy it! Thanks for the mac & cheese love.
Thank you, I am so glad you have created this blog. One thing unfortunate is that a lot of folks that are gf are also lactose intolerant as am I. I miss all things dairy. And I really miss mac n cheese. I have tried the boxed gf kind and took a lactaid pill. But I’v also tried the gf noodles with dairy free cream cheese. I”m excited to read the rest of your recipes. Thanks!
Hi Jeni! I totally understand as my husband is dairy free as well. I hope you are able to find other recipes on my blog that are dairy free or you can substitute your choice of lactose-free products. If you do, please let me know how they turn out. I am working on making more dairy free recipes. Thanks so much for commenting!