Easy Instant Pot Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese

This gluten-free mac & cheese is a much healthier version of my original recipe, and it takes 7 minutes to make! Winner winner, mac and cheese dinner.

Hellllooooo comfort food! I have a confession to make, I used to eat an entire box of mac and cheese after soccer practice every day when I was in high school. An entire box! It was the only food that I would allow babysitters to make when I was a kid. To say I was obsessed with it would be an understatement!

What is more comforting than warm pasta with a creamy cheese sauce. My heart skips a beat just thinking about it.

But, going gluten-free didn’t allow for these kinds of indulgences anymore. Then I decided to try making my own gluten-free mac and cheese, to let my kids have a taste of my childhood favorite. They were hooked! I am always the experimenter, and my favorite recipe experiments are geared towards making recipes healthier, and quicker to make.

This recipe takes the cake! It’s a much healthier version of my original recipe, and it takes 7 minutes to make! Winner winner, mac and cheese dinner.

Here is why this recipe is healthy:

  • Bone Broth: gut healing, great for skin/hair/nails, great for growing bodies
  • Heavy Cream (especially raw): full of healthy fats, great for growing brains. If you get grass-fed, then you also get omegas!
  • Grass-fed Butter and Cheese: again, full of healthy fats for growing brains

Feel gooooood about making this recipe for your kiddos!

Easy Instant Pot Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese
Yield: Makes about 5 cups

Easy Instant Pot Gluten-Free Mac & Cheese

This gluten-free mac & cheese is a much healthier version of my original recipe, and it takes 7 minutes to make! Winner winner, mac and cheese dinner.

Ingredients

Instructions

    1. Put noodles, bone broth, and cream into the Instant Pot.

    2. Set to manual and dial down to 7 minutes. Make sure the vent on top is closed.

    3. Allow to cook. Then open the vent valve on the top of the Instant Pot and allow steam to release. When it stops hissing, you can open the lid.
    4. Stir in cheese, butter, salt, and pepper.

    5. Serve immediately.
    6. If you have some left over, store it in the fridge. To rewarm your gluten-free mac and cheese the next day, just heat over low heat in a sauce pan and add a little more cream or butter.

Notes

You can learn to make your own bone broth here.

Watch the video below for more info

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