Sausage and Apricot Brie Mac and Cheese
Whether it’s National Mac and Cheese Day, or just a regular weekday, get your fork into this sausage apricot Brie mac and cheese!
Dish Count :: 1 Skillet, 1 Baking Dish
I admit it, it’s been really hard for me to get into How to Make a Murderer. The story is compelling, the case is like “omg, what?!” around every turn, but Ben has to practically hitch me up to the Budweizer clydesdales to get me to the couch so I will actually watch it. It’s not like I don’t like stuff like this, I’m binging on Serial, Season 2 right now about Bow Bergdahl. So it’s not a lack of interest, or playing arm chair detective, but I’m not sitting in my seat waiting to hit the play button on the next episode.
Am I the only one?!
But, The Royals on E!? Yeah, I’m soooo there. It showed up in my Prime queue, and I finished that whole first series in about 2 days. Nothing that a little trashy scripted drama can’t do to make me feel right about my own little world! At least my uncle isn’t trying to kill my dad to take over the throne, and disinherit me from ruling! See, normal life seems so much easier!
The only other thing in my life that is currently binge worthy is mac and cheese. And with today being National Cheese Lovers Day – which should be a national holiday, thank you very much – I’m helping celebrate it with a hot dish of this sausage apricot brie mac and cheese! I loved this so much I made it again, and so two weeks of nothing but mac and cheese is basically my dream diet.
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I love this flavor combo!
The brie and apricots is such a smart choice!
What a unique flavored mac and cheese! I am thinking my family would eat this up!
Yes and yes!! So much delicious cheese!
I’m with you on Making a Murderer. I started out really into the first few episodes, but now with 3 left it’s like pulling nails for my husband to get me to sit down and finish it. I could totally binge on this mac and cheese! Brie, sausage and sweet apricots, sign me up!
Ridiculous flavors in this Mac and cheese, love this!
Love the apricots, absolutely genius!!
This mac and cheese with the apricot – LOVE.
Oh, my, this mac and cheese looks perfect!! And don’t worry, I am way behind on all my shows. I just cannot find the time to sit down and watch something.
I pinned this earlier today and I am still drooling over it!
This mac n cheese!!!! Delicious
Apricot and brie with mac and cheese — I am ALL over this!!! So unique!
Oh how I love brie. This mac & cheese is brilliant Megan! The apricots surprised me in a good way. Pass me two forks!!!!
I think I’m the only one who hasn’t started to watch How to Make a Murderer. But Serial, Season 2 – I’m right there with you! If someone puts Brie in mac ‘n cheese, that guarantees that I’ll have at least 3 servings.
This may seriously be the most unique, intriguing mac and cheese flavor combo I’ve seen. (And I’ve seen A LOT!) What a perfect way to celebrate National Mac and Cheese Day … and to binge watch whatever show happens to be the fave (teehee!). 😀
I actually finished Making a Murderer and I got to say that I am still torn. I only finished it because I thought there was some sort of out come. But I could totally get addicted to this mac and cheese. Such yummy flavors in there. PS I need to watch Serial. I’ve heard such good things.
This recipe doesn’t exist on the Wisconsin Cheese site anymore (That I can find)
Do you have a cached version of it somewhere?
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For anyone looking for the recipe, I was able to find an archived version of it here: