The Outback Steakhouse Outback Steakhouse Mac-A-Roo is a macaroni and cheese recipe many people have requested in the past. The recipe is only on the children’s menu, but why should children have all of the fun? I hate to say it, but when I order takeout, I will add in an order of their macaroni and cheese so I can have some at home.
Outback Steakhouse Mac A Roo N Cheese
If you need to reheat this later, the macaroni and cheese can be made creamy again by adding more heavy cream. Honestly, you can use milk for this recipe, but the results are much creamier when you use heavy cream. I have also made this with half and half and whole milk with good results.
This recipe is very simple to make. You basically need to cook pasta and add Velveeta cheese and heavy cream. Really, that is all there is to this recipe.
Do you have any interesting stories or experiences of you ordering off the children’s menu? In addition to ordering this via takeout, I have also been guilty of ordering the peanut butter and jelly kids’ combo at Panera Bread. I never keep bread in my house, because I don’t eat a whole loaf before it goes stale, so for me, a freshly made peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a treat. What are your guilty pleasures from a children’s menu?
Do you love the Outback Steakhouse? Be sure to check out these copycat Outback Steakhoue recipes that taste just like they do at the Outback Steakhouse.
Copycat Outback Steakhouse Mac A Roo
- 2 cups dry penne pasta
- 8 ounce Velveeta cheese
- 1/2 cup heavy cream
- Cook pasta according to package directions. Cube Velveeta in small pieces, so it can melt easily. In a small saucepan, combined cubed Velveeta cheese and heavy cream. Turn the heat on low and stir until all cheese is melted. Reduce the heat to simmer until you are ready to combine with the pasta. Once pasta is done, pour back into the pot where it was cooked; add sauce and mix well.