Before my cancer diagnosis, I ate *a lot* of frozen mac & cheese

Before my cancer diagnosis, I ate *a lot* of frozen mac & cheese

Before my cancer diagnosis, I ate *a lot* of frozen mac & cheese (albeit organic ). And slightly less often, I'd eat boxed mac & cheese. My appetite has not been great & I'm generally not that interested in food, which may be a side effect of my maintenance medication. I haven't felt like cooking, & am pretty sick of my regular go-tos. So I need to try new recipes, & they need to be for food I actually crave so I can muster up the motivation to cook. I get most of my recipe ideas from Instagram-I follow a ton of food bloggers & recipe developers (almost as many as how many kitten accounts I follow ), & I save appealing-looking recipes to a "Recipes" collection & then scroll through that when I need meal ideas. This mac & cheese recipe from was scrumptious-looking enough to cut through my food ambivalence And it was pretty easy to make, although it took me a lot longer than the 15 minutes combined prep & cook time stated in the recipe, as it always does And while there's a fair amount of butter & cheese in this dish, it's still better than eating frozen or boxed mac & cheese (even the organic ones!) bc this is made from scratch & there are no weird, hard-to-pronounce chemicals or preservatives I thought about using whole-wheat or brown-rice pasta but I wanted to make this as close as possible to the boxed mac & cheese of my childhood so I went w/organic white-flour pasta. But those are some options for next time! When you live alone & don't have a working freezer & make a huge-yield recipe like this, you'll be eating the leftovers for *a while*. I've been trying to mix it up each night, but after 4 consecutive nights of eating mac & cheese for dinner, while I still have more left, I think it might be time to move on... FYI: It tasted the best the first night. Night 1: Served w/steamed organic broccoli (cancer-fighting cruciferous! ) 2: Mixed w/frozen organic peas 3: Served w/diced tomato & avocado drizzled w/EVOO 4: Mixed with plant-based sausage bc I don't eat processed meat & served w/frozen organic peas BONUS CONTENT: - Vat of Mac - Live action video of mac-in-process - listen to that CHEESE!

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