Clean Macaroni And Cheese

Macaroni and cheese is delicious, but most of the time it's filled with too many ingredients that I cannot pronounce. I know that when I eat this delicious, cheesy pasta, I want basic, simple, clean ingredients that I can pronounce. No artificial flavors or fillers. I want my macaroni and cheese to be cheesy, moist and have some vegetables mixed in so I feel like I'm getting a full meal without having to make other dishes.

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Servings: 8

Prep Time: 00:20

Cook Time: 01:00

Main Ingredients

macaroni elbows or gluten free macaroni elbows


  • cups of dubliner irish cheese


  • cup of organic parmesan cheese


  • cup organic half - n - half


  • cup of organic broccoli


  • cup of organic cauliflower


  • cup of organic bread crumbs


  • cup of sliced organic red onion

spices to use: everyday seasoning from trader joes and himalayan sea - salt


1Preheat oven to 350 degrees

2Grease a casserole dish with coconut oil spray

3Cook macaroni shells in boiling water and add Himalayan sea-salt to water, before boiling the water.

4Once the shells are cooked, add the half-n-half, Irish cheese, spices, broccoli, and cauliflower.

5Mix everything together then place combined ingredients in casserole dish. Top with organic bread crumbs and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.

6Cook for 60-minutes or until browned.

Additional Notes

If you are dairy sensitive you can swap out half-n-half for almond milk and use vegan cheese instead of the cheeses listed.

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