Avocado and Macaroni and Cheese (or Pasta Bake)

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Serves: 2
Prep Time: 15-20 minutes
Cook Time: 25-30 minutes

1 avocado, diced
300g macaroni noodles
1 egg
¼ cup reduced fat cream
1 cup grated low fat cheddar cheese

  • Cook 300g macaroni noodles in boiling water for 10–12 minutes.
  • Drain well and put into a large bowl.
  • Beat 1 egg, ¼ cup reduced fat cream and add to the pasta.
  • Stir through 1 cup grated low fat cheddar cheese and 1 diced avocado.
  • Spoon into baking dish.
  • Cook in 180ºC oven for 25–30 minutes, until golden.
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pudster - on 02 November 2010
I made this one tonight...I may have put too much macaroni in it I'm not sure but I had to double the amount of cream and put in another 1/2 cup cheese. It also needed to be seasoned with sea salt and pepper. After that it was delicous!
Lagos - on 29 March 2011
just made this. it is amazing. completely agree on with the addition of salt and pepper. delicious lunch
thrillhouse - on 28 February 2012
This is so good!
Kathy - on 03 February 2013
Very good, but bland. The addition of sea salt and pepper was the touch it needed. Will make it again.
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