Kraft spongebob mac and cheese
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Boxed macaroni and cheese is one of those childhood foods that has stood the test of time. Despite the fact that far trendier options for quick, comforting meals have emerged since the famous Kraft dinner was introduced 80 years ago, I think it's safe to say that a good portion of American adults would express wide-eyed excitement rather than disgust at the thought of whipping up a box as a treat. But the question at hand isn't whether boxed mac and cheese is delicious. Far more polarizing, is the question of which variety tastes better: Elbow noodles or shapes? Though the generic tube-like noodles are the original, classic option, it's always been clear to me that the shapes are far superior I feel it's my duty as a '90s kid to buy a box of SpongeBob Squarepants shapes if I ever see them at the grocery store. I never really gave much thought to whether the majority of mac-lovers felt the same way, but I recently decided to do some digging to find out.
Instructions: Suggested prep: 6 cups Water. Unsalted butter. Fat-free milk. Cooking Instructions: 1. Boil water in medium saucepan.
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