This is one of those so stupidly easy, why did I not already think of doing this sort of recipes.  Having one of those nights where you don’t want to make much more than mac and cheese, but want to class it up a bit? Just add alcohol!  Literally.

Hard Cider Mac and Cheese
Lasts one meal

  • one box mac and cheese (go with the shaped ones for maximum adultitude)
  • milk
  • one bottle hard cider (you’ll only use a third of the bottle)
  • whatever spices you put in your mac and cheese – I typically go with dill, pepper, and garlic powder

Make the boxed mac and cheese according to the directions on the box, up to the part where you add the cheese to the strained noodles. Add your cheese packet, less milk than you would normally (I used about half of what I usually do), and a third of your bottle of hard cider (I used Woodchuck’s Fall cider).  Then, mix in whatever spices you do with your mac and cheese (and if you don’t, do that, it makes it taste less bland), and enjoy!

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