You Can Now Get Panera’s Bread Bowls in Grocery Stores


I don’t claim to know any of them myself, but presumably there are at least a handful of people out there who are really upset that Covid-19 has deprived them of the opportunity to eat at a Panera Bread. I can imagine spending the last few months without easy access to bread bowls must have been very rough for them.

Well, the good news for Panera Bread Heads (a nickname I’m choosing to bestow on Panera fans) is that you can now apparently buy Panera Bread-brand versions of their bread bowls from the grocery store.

Say what? You can now buy Panera breads at ShopRite!! Bread bowls, baguettes, ciabatta rolls, loaves and a few other carby choices!! I'd already find this exciting given that I love panera, but ours our currently closed, so the excitement is extra real!! #Panera #Bread #Shoprite #Carbs #New #French #Baguette #Soup #Yum #Delish #Breads #Variety #YesPlease #Found #CarbsAreLife #Pasta #Side #Dinner

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According to the Instagram account @FoodieWithTheBeasts, Panera’s bread bowls have been spotted at ShopRite, alongside other quality forms of carbohydrates including baguettes and ciabatta rolls. Given that the struggle to make a bread bowl on your own is real, it’s probably best to just go for the real thing.

Wondering where else to pick up an authentic bread bowl? The new product is a pretty recent addition to their Panera at Home line, so it hasn’t made its way to their website yet. Other Panera at Home items, including soups, dressings, breads, and even K-cups are pretty widely available at supermarket chains, so you may have luck near you.

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Heck, you can even dump some Panera soup or mac and cheese into this bread bowl and it’s like you’re practically there. Set an alarm on your phone to coincide with the microwave going off and it’ll even feel like there’s a buzzer telling you your food is ready.

Now if only they could step up and sell the double bread bowl in grocery stores, then Panera would really be onto something. I guess that kind of crazy carb party is reserved for the actual in-store experience.


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