180 servings of mac and cheese is just what we need during the social distancing era, and the shelf life is up to 20 years.
When it comes to macaroni and cheese, bigger is always better. We cannot get enough of this food, to be honest. Chef’s Banquet has heard our prayers and they are here to answer them. Their bucket of macaroni and cheese weighs in at a whopping 26 pounds, 10 ounces. If you are in need of easy dinner ideas for the next year or two, they have definitely got you covered.
These six-gallon buckets come with more cheddar cause sauce and elbow pasta than you will know what to do with. They have provided enough ingredients for 180 servings. If you are looking to invite the whole neighborhood for a dinner party or stockpile your way through quarantine, Chef’s Banquet is here to help. The amount of leftovers that you are going to have is ridiculous.
In case you are worried, the macaroni and cheese are each packed separately. You are able to prepare the exact amount that you need at any given time, so that waste can be eliminated. The buckets are available at Amazon for just $119.99 with free shipping. When you stop to think about the amount of macaroni and cheese that you will get, it’s a steal of a deal.
The macaroni and cheese bucket was also made available by Costco. The Costco shoppers also went nuts over it, as you would expect. “I bought two tubs and cooked the mac and cheese before freezing it in portions,” wrote one shopper. At $300, it was a wonderful bargain that provided him with dinner for a year.
These shoppers do not have to make all of the macaroni and cheese at once. At the moment, it’s not like most of us have occasions where we will need to feed a wide range of people. That’s why so many folks are purchasing these buckets and planning ahead. It’s nice to get finished with a day of working (from home) and not have to do too much meal prep.
The shelf life of these buckets is absolutely amazing. If you are not looking to use it all up now, you can hold onto this bucket for up to 20 years. You can use a little bit here and a little bit there, without having to worry about throwing any away.SKM: below-content placeholder