Microwave Mac & Cheese in a Mug + More Healthy Comfort Food Recipes
Entire recipe: 157 calories, 2.5g total fat (1g sat. fat), 314mg sodium, 28g carbs, 4.5g fiber, 5g sugars, 7.5g protein
Cook: 5 minutes or less
1 cup bagged broccoli cole slaw mix
1 tbsp. cheddar cheese powder (like Anthony’s!)
1/2 cup cooked pasta (we like Banza)
Optional seasonings: garlic powder and salt
Place slaw in a microwave-safe mug or bowl. Add 1 tbsp. water. Cover and microwave for 1 1/2 minutes, or until soft.
In a small bowl, mix cheese powder with 1 tbsp. hot water. Add cheese mixture to the slaw, along with the cooked pasta. Mix thoroughly, and reheat if needed.
MAKES 1 SERVING
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