Panera is rolling out a Double Bread Bowl—For a limited time

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When it comes to Valentine’s Day, it doesn’t get much more romantic than sharing a meal with your valentine. If lovingly spoon-feeding each other is part of your Valentine’s Day plans, we have good news for you. Just in time for the holiday of love, Panera Bread is launching the ultimate shareable treat: a double bread bowl made out of an entire loaf of bread.

First tested in Philadelphia last summer, the double bread bowl will now be on the menu at Panera Bread locations nationwide for the rest of this month, beginning on Valentine’s Day. You can get the double bowl at your local Panera or via delivery to share with your valentine or a friend. Or, of course, you can order a double bread bowl and enjoy both sides of it yourself.

If you’re ordering in the restaurant, you’ll choose from a whopping 91 different combinations, including a variety of soups (like the new 10-vegetable soup) and macaroni and cheese. When opting for delivery, however, you’ll have five combinations of soup to choose from.

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If you don’t make it to Panera before Feb. 28, the restaurant offers single bread bowls all the time that you can fill with soup or macaroni and cheese. You could always order two of these as well — we won’t tell.

Or, if you can’t make it out to Panera, you could try to re-create their broccoli cheddar soup with this copycat recipe. It may not be the same as eating it out of a double bread bowl, but it’s still pretty delicious!

Will you be heading to Panera Bread to try the double bread bowl before it’s gone on Feb. 28?

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