Eat till it hurts, recipes

Buffalo Chicken Mac N Cheese

Stop what you’re doing right now, run to the grocery store and grab the below ingredients. If you are a chicken wing fan, mac n cheese fan, lover of cheese, THIS. RECIPE. IS. FOR. YOU!

Let’s get started!

  • 16 oz box of cooked shell noodles
  • 1 1/2 C milk
  • 1/2 C sour cream
  • 1 C sharp cheddar cheese (sliced from a block)
  • 1 C Gouda (sliced from a block. This cheese can also be substituted for another of your choice!)
  • 1 can cheddar soup
    Salt & pepper to taste
    1/4 cup butter
    3 T flour
    3 cups chicken thighs, breast, rotisserie (3 thighs or 2 large breasts)
    1 cup wing sauce (I love franks red hot!)

Directions

  1. Bake your chicken at 350 for 25 min till done and shred or shred your chicken if you are using a rotisserie chicken.
  2. Cook your noodles till al dente and drain the pasta. Add your noodles, cheeses, cheese soup, sour cream, shredded chicken, salt & pepper and give a good stir.
  3. Melt your butter in a pot and add your flour. Whisk on medium heat until flour it incorporated and not lumpy. Slowly add in 1/2 cup of milk and whisk until thick. You may need to add more milk if too thick! Then add your hot sauce.
  4. Pour the hot sauce mixture in the crockpot and mix well. Add 1 cup of milk and stir.
  5. Optional: add in a few squeezes of ranch dressing and/ or top with blue cheese crumbs.
  6. Cook on high for 1.5 hours until all the cheese is melted and stirring occasionally.

Note: if the mixture still looks thick and not creamy add a few more splashes of milk!

Friends, you better EAT TILL IT HURTS!

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