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Amazon has 18-Pack 6.7oz. Kraft Easy Mac Microwavable Macaroni & Cheese for $5.68 -> now $6.16 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks icemocalatte

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Amazon has Kraft Easy Mac Microwavable Macaroni & Cheese (6.7oz Packets, Pack of 18) for $5.68 w/ 5% off via Subscribe & Save or $5.08 w/ 15% if you have 5+ orders. Comes out to less than less than 29 cents a packet if you get it for $5.08.

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They say 3.5 minutes but I don't cook that long or continuously. I usually pull after about two minutes to test it and break up the pasta. Put it back in the microwave for about a minute. Had problems with water running over and making a starchy mess. Stopping the cook at the 2 minute mark helps but if it continues, you can put the container on a plate.

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I struggle to get these to cooperate though. Using an 1100 watt microwave, I haven't figured out the % poiwer and/or time to use that cooks these properly without boiling over and making a mess. I really don't want to check it every 20 seconds and keep an eye on it to make sure no overflow. I want to put the stupid thing in once, enter the settings, start it up, and walk away until finished properly the first time.

Guess I have 18 more chances to figure it out now.
Says average price $7.84. But yea looks like recently it dropped to this level but I think with the 15% off subscribe and save plus the environment we're living in, this might help some people get cheap, easy to make meals for their kids (or themselves) delivered

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Picked this up again.

I struggle to get these to cooperate though. Using an 1100 watt microwave, I haven't figured out the % poiwer and/or time to use that cooks these properly without boiling over and making a mess. I really don't want to check it every 20 seconds and keep an eye on it to make sure no overflow. I want to put the stupid thing in once, enter the settings, start it up, and walk away until finished properly the first time.

Guess I have 18 more chances to figure it out now.
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Picked this up again.

I struggle to get these to cooperate though. Using an 1100 watt microwave, I haven't figured out the % poiwer and/or time to use that cooks these properly without boiling over and making a mess. I really don't want to check it every 20 seconds and keep an eye on it to make sure no overflow. I want to put the stupid thing in once, enter the settings, start it up, and walk away until finished properly the first time.
Yeah, these packets are way too aggravating to deal with. They're not worth the hassle. Kraft probably didn't even test their own instructions.
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is this not pretty much normal price? looks like it according to CCC
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is this not pretty much normal price? looks like it according to CCC
Says average price $7.84. But yea looks like recently it dropped to this level but I think with the 15% off subscribe and save plus the environment we're living in, this might help some people get cheap, easy to make meals for their kids (or themselves) delivered
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Picked this up again.

I struggle to get these to cooperate though. Using an 1100 watt microwave, I haven't figured out the % poiwer and/or time to use that cooks these properly without boiling over and making a mess. I really don't want to check it every 20 seconds and keep an eye on it to make sure no overflow. I want to put the stupid thing in once, enter the settings, start it up, and walk away until finished properly the first time.

Guess I have 18 more chances to figure it out now.
They say 3.5 minutes but I don't cook that long or continuously. I usually pull after about two minutes to test it and break up the pasta. Put it back in the microwave for about a minute. Had problems with water running over and making a starchy mess. Stopping the cook at the 2 minute mark helps but if it continues, you can put the container on a plate.

Hope this helps...
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I put them in for 3 minutes and have no issues. Perfect quick meal for the kids when there's no time
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Picked this up again.

I struggle to get these to cooperate though. Using an 1100 watt microwave, I haven't figured out the % poiwer and/or time to use that cooks these properly without boiling over and making a mess. I really don't want to check it every 20 seconds and keep an eye on it to make sure no overflow. I want to put the stupid thing in once, enter the settings, start it up, and walk away until finished properly the first time.

Guess I have 18 more chances to figure it out now.
I picked up one of these from Walmart for like 5 bucks years ago, best way to I've been able to do it https://www.amazon.com/Rapid-Mac-...NrPXRydWU=
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Nice deal. My kid prefers this over the crap from the box
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Nice deal. My kid prefers this over the crap from the box
technically i'd consider them both crap...but maybe one less crappy than the other
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Picked this up again.

I struggle to get these to cooperate though. Using an 1100 watt microwave, I haven't figured out the % poiwer and/or time to use that cooks these properly without boiling over and making a mess. I really don't want to check it every 20 seconds and keep an eye on it to make sure no overflow. I want to put the stupid thing in once, enter the settings, start it up, and walk away until finished properly the first time.

Guess I have 18 more chances to figure it out now.
So what i like to do in a regular size bowl is cook 3mins, usually wont boil over. Then mix in cheese. And a little real cheese and depending on how soft the noodles are at that point eat it or put it back in for 30sec to a min. Usually works out fine. Otherwise get a bigger bowl
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this might help some people get cheap, easy to make meals for their kids (or themselves) delivered
These are meals?
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I had a good laugh when I read Best Sellers Rank on Amazon.
"#7 in Grocery & Gourmet Food"
Gourmet food?
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