Mac and Cheese is one of those meals that you grew up eating, and you loved it smothered in ketchup. This recipe is NOT that. There is no ketchup required with this gooey cheesy meal. The trick to making good mac and cheese is to use big noodles and good cheese, and lots of it. We like adding leftover BBQ meat to give it that amazing rich flavor. So throw away your KD and start making your smoked mac and cheese from scratch by following this recipe.
Mac and cheese on the smoker is one of my favorites sides to a barbecue meal, but so good in fact that it can also be served as a main course as well. In this recipe we call for a normal amount of cheese but if you choose to double the amount of cheese, please tag us using #youneedabbq because we want to see that! If you prefer Gluten Mac and Cheese, just use regular pasta noodles and regular flour, I promise it won’t change the flavour.