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This mac and cheese dish – made with Gruyère cheese will be requested over and over again when you’re invited to bring something – trust me. Cleaning up baked on cheese is easy too – as long as you have the right clean up tools – like the Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth.
Baked cheese always sticks to the side of pans – but not for long thanks to, the Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth. This new product is fully washable, reusable and sturdy featuring two sides with scrubbing dots technology on one side originating from their stay clean sponges and will not scratch surfaces!
I don’t have to soak my pan overnight, I can immediately clean up with ease.
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This recipe is so easy it’s only 5 ingredients!
Macaroni + Gruyère cheese
- 1 box elbow macaroni
- 1 lb. Gruyère cheese
- 3 cups half-and-half
- 4 egg yolks only
- 3 table spoons unsalted butter
Serves 8. Prep time: 10 minutes. Cook time 1 hour.
Preheat oven to 325 F. Cook macaroni according to package directions. Drain and rinse pasta.
Mix cooked pasta with shredded Gruyère cheese, saving 1/2 cup.
In bowl, whisk half-and-half, egg yolks and the 3 tablespoons of melted butter, pour over pasta in baking dish.
Spray aluminum foil with baking spray or cover with butter and cover dish (to avoid cheese sticking to foil). Bake for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, uncover and sprinkle remaining 1/2 cup of Gruyère cheese. Bake 20-25 minutes, until top is golden.
On the topic of cleaning, I like to have everything in its place and the kitchen sink clean – and I also love to keep my manicure lasting as long as it can! See what other bloggers have come up for recipes and additional cleaning tutorials here.
With gardening and dishes to clean, I always try to wear gloves and protect my hands and nails. Pick up a pair of kitchen gloves and buy a grommet kit from your hardware store (so easy!). Your kit will have instructions but I want to show you how easy it is.
How to add Grommets to Dishwashing Gloves
Note: Don’t do this on granite or sensitive tops that might crack (this was for demonstration purposes) – the ground is best.
Find the under glove side (bottom of wrist). Place hardware backer (wood piece) below the work surface and place hole cutter less than an inch from top. Strike with hammer or plastic mallet.
Flip over gloves, so new hole is on the bottom layer (looks better when the grommet is finished). Place grommet post up on anvil and center the hole in the glove hole over tube. Place washer rounded side up over grommet tube and glove.
Insert punch into the tube and strike it firmly with a hammer, rotate the punch 1/4 turn between the strikes until the grommet and washer is tight with the glove.
Hang! I hang ours in the cabinet under the sink for easy reach and out of sight.
Now you are equipped to make the best mac and cheese in town, clean up immediately, and organize dishwashing gloves to keep that manicure perfect!
Check out other great recipes and cleaning tutorials here. Happy cooking!