If there’s anything this quarantine has taught us, it’s that there’s nothing quite like your classic Kraft macaroni and cheese. It’s the one thing grocery stores seem to keep on their shelves, and since it doesn’t go bad any time soon, we’ve stocked up and can’t stop eating it!

It’s easy to make, provides the perfect serving for your weekday lunch, and can be whipped up in a pinch. Truthfully, they don’t make quarantine food better than Kraft mac and cheese.

We know, we know—you’re probably going to try to tell us that homemade mac and cheese is better. And while making the stuff from scratch is certainly delicious, there’s just something about the cheesy goodness that comes along in that blue box. To be honest, we think it tastes better, plus it’s much easier to make.

Perhaps it’s that it takes us back to our childhood—or perhaps it’s just really that delicious. Either way, we can’t get enough of Kraft mac and cheese, and we want the world to know it.

The only thing that would make Kraft mac and cheese better is if they provided more of their cheese powder in their boxes. Sure, it’s enough to cover the macaroni, but it’s so dang delicious that we can’t help but want to add it to other foods as well.

We can’t be the only one thinking about that. And if you’re feeling the same way, then you’re going to drool when you hear this news…

Drumroll please!


Kraft has recently begun to sell a shaker bottle of its very own cheese powder so that you can share the goodness on any food you’d like.

Not only that, the 20.7-ounce container holds more than one pound of cheese powder—yes one entire pound!

Imagine the possibilities? You can shake the cheese powder onto popcorn (or really any snack at all) to spruce up your next movie night or add a little oomph to your next homemade pasta sauce.

You can sprinkle it onto your chicken breasts, top your mashed potatoes with it, or slather a biscuit with it instead of butter.

Heck, you can even sprinkle a little onto your ice cream sundae if you wanted. We’re pretty sure you can’t go wrong.

The cheese powder container is sold at BJ’s and costs just $6.99. What a steal! Once this pandemic is over, we can’t wait to head there and stock up.

What do you think of the idea of cheese powder in a container? What kinds of foods do you think the powder would taste food on?