McDonald’s has confirmed that the chain is testing mac and cheese at certain restaurants in the northeast Ohio area.
“We’re always looking for new ways to offer relevant tastes to our customers, so we’re giving that it a try and gathering valuable feedback from our customers,” Phil Saken, the communications manager for McDonald's Ohio region, told NBC Chicago.
The mac and cheese is selling for $1.75 a la carte and $3.00 in a Happy Meal as an entrée option, Saken said. The 4-ounce servings are a “blend of cheeses used for this ooey gooey goodness.”
Unfortunately, it isn’t clear if it will be offered in any other states. However, the Oak Brook-based chain has announced there will be a new addition to menus across the U.S. next year.
McDonald's USA President Mike Andres has announced plans to widely offer mozzarella sticks in the U.S. as “a snack item to add to your order."