Mac & Cheese Yummy-Edamame
Mac & Cheese Yummy-Edamame
Vegeterian Energy Protein Preparation time 15 minutes

Mac & Cheese Yummy-Edamame

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Every child's favourite meal. High quality pasta with creamy and cheesy sauce made with delicious cheddar cheese that is irresistible. Co-Founder Olga’s signature recipe that features nutritional yeast for boosted nutrition. Balanced with edamame. Source of protein. Contains two servings.

The kit also includes a fresh fruit and veggie snack, a sweet treat, and a personalized

    • Pasta
    • Shredded Cheddar Cheese
    • Mac & Cheese Mix (Whole Milk Powder, Garlic Powder, Nutritional Yeast, Salt)
    • Sour cream
    • All Purpose Flour
    • Edamame
    You will need: butter, 1 non-stick pan, 1 medium size pot, 1 small pot
      Let’s Begin

      Bring 3 cups of water to a boil in a medium pot. Add salt to taste (cover with lid to boil faster).


      Add the pasta and reduce heat to medium. Bring to a low boil for 10-12 min until cooked.

      The Best Part - Snacks!

      While the pasta is cooking, wash your fruits and veggies and cut them however your kids like (halves, sticks, stars, whatever you have time for), add the treat and write your note with love.


      Bring 1 cup of salted water to a boil, add edamame. Reduce heat to medium, boil for 3-4 min. Drain the water.

      Cheesy Sauce

      While the edamame is boiling, heat 1 tsp of butter in a medium non-stick pan. Once the butter melts, add flour and mix until combined and the mixture thickens and slightly browns. Add the sour cream, ½ cup of water, and the Mac&Cheese mix. Mix well until fully combined and even. Then add the cheese and stir until it is completely melted.

      Finishing Touches

      Drain the pasta in a fine mesh strainer and add pasta to the sauce and mix well to cover. Serve edamame on the side.

      Now your Lovinlunch is ready!

    • Wheat and triticale
    • Soy
    • Milk
    * Our kits are prepared in a facility that handles allergens including tree nuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish, milk, soy, eggs, wheat, barley, rye, oats, triticale, mustard, sesame, and sulphites. Though best practices are used when preparing the meal kits, inadvertent cross-contamination may occur.