Panera Just Rolled Out Broccoli Cheddar Mac and Cheese—Here’s Where to Find It

It's all cheesy goodness.

There’s something for everyone on Panera’s menu. You can order pasta, bagels, soups, salads—it’s all there and it’s all delicious. But one menu item stands out from the rest as a near-universal Panera fave: the mac and cheese!

Everyone loves Panera’s classic mac, and now, the chain is making something that’s even more crave-worthy: broccoli cheddar mac and cheese. If this is half has good as Panera’s fancy lobster mac, we’re sold.

Here’s everything we know about this brand-new comfort food.

Psst… Don’t miss this list of secrets about Panera.

Two of Panera’s Best Items Become One

Panera has already mastered the cheese and broccoli combo with their famous cheesy broccoli soup. It only makes sense that they’d take it a step further and add pasta to the mix! The brand-new broccoli cheddar mac and cheese includes small broccoli florets, carrot shreds and, of course, pasta and cheese sauce.

What more could Panera fans want, honestly? Just in case, bookmark this copycat recipe. It tastes exactly like Panera’s cheesy broccoli soup.

Here’s Where to Get the Mac

Slow down before you head to your local Panera, though. You won’t find broccoli cheddar mac and cheese on the menu. This sublime creation is only available at grocery stores, meaning you’ll have to wait for your nearby supermarket to get it in stock before you can chow down. To determine whether any stores near you have it already, check out Panera’s handy store locator.

You can snag a 16-ounce container of the soup for just $6.99. You read that right—16 ounces of this cheesy goodness. It’s the perfect dish for two (or one, if you’ve got a serious Panera craving).

Next, learn how to make Panera’s Greek lemon chicken soup.

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Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.