TikTok Can't Get Enough Of This Upgraded Chick-Fil-A Mac And Cheese

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baked mac and cheese - Joshua Resnick/Shutterstock

When it comes to fast food mac and cheese, Chick-fil-A's rendition is as tasty as they come. The chicken restaurant launched the mac and cheese side dish option nationwide in 2019, blessing its customers with creamy pasta drenched in cheddar, parmesan, and Romano cheeses and baked in-house beneath another gooey top layer of cheese. If you thought it couldn't get better, though, you're in for a treat thanks to TikTok.

TikTok has become a reserve of strategies and hacks for jazzing up your fast food faves, reminding us that a little creativity can go a long way with a few solid menu staples. The app salivated over a Chick-fil-A worker's spicy meal hack in 2022, showing customers how to dress up their french fries and spicy chicken fillets with hot sauces and ranch. Now, TikTok creator @myuserisnotyouruser is teaching Chick-fil-A fans how to create a decadent mac and cheese bowl, filled with all the fast food goodness you could possibly want in the form of chicken, fries, and sauce.

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Mix It Up By Mixing Your Chick-Fil-A Faves With Mac And Cheese

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Chick-fil-A mac and cheese hack - @myuserisnotyouruser / TikTok

TikTok trends are a dime a dozen these days, but @myuserisnotyouruser posted a video of an original Chick-fil-A mac and cheese bowl creation that used several other menu items and Chick-fil-A fans are losing it over this hack. First, the creator emptied their waffle fries into a bowl. Then, they spread mac and cheese over the top of the fries and followed that up with the chain's breaded chicken nuggets. A few sauces went in the bowl after that — an apparent combination of ketchup, ranch, and honey roasted barbecue sauce. Then, the user stirs the concoction and feasts.

In the comments, some TikTok users were concerned that the mac and cheese looked too cold because it held the shape of the container when the creator dumped it in. "Please tell me you warmed it up," begged one commenter. Others remarked that they couldn't wait to try this meal out for themselves, cold mac and cheese or not. One even lamented that they saw this hack on a Sunday, when all Chick-fil-A locations are famously closed. Isn't that always the way?

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