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This TikTok Proves We've All Been Cooking Kraft Dinner Wrong & Missing Out On Cheesy Bliss

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New Kraft Dinner Recipe On TikTok Is Cheesy Bliss To The Max

There's no question that cooking and eating Kraft Dinner is pretty integral to the Canadian identity, but a new TikTok suggests we've been cooking it all wrong this whole time.

Rather than follow the on-the-box cooking suggestions — so passé — TikTok user Nikki Gillespie has a gourmet version that blows all other KD recipes out of the (pasta) water.

Starting with covering two boxes of pasta with water in a frying pan, Gillespie adds the cheese sauce, two cubes of butter and salt/pepper to the pasta and water before any cooking is done whatsoever.

She brings the whole concoction to a boil, letting everything cook together, before adding a lot (and I mean, a lot) of heavy cream and some extra cheese to the frying pan to create a perfectly gooey dish of mac 'n' cheese.

It's unconventional, sure, and it might make a lot of Canadians mad, but we'd be lying if we said we didn't want to give it a go.

And, hey, it definitely has to be better than cotton candy Kraft Dinner.

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For what seems like forever, Kraft Dinner has claimed a spot among the most Canadian of dishes and was loved by so many people across the country. Or so we thought. 

Several recent social media posts have suggested, however, that Canadians have fallen out of love with this classic dish and now there is a new favourite on the block. To get to the bottom of this, I tried KD vs PC White Cheddar Mac & Cheese and this is my honest opinion. 

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