Make Panera Bread recipes at home? You betcha! You can recreate some of your favorite dishes from the beloved restaurant in your own kitchen. Here are seven recipes from pro-bloggers that will prove that you can.
1. Broccoli Cheese Soup from Thrifty NW Mom
Creamy, filling, and full of broccoli is what you will find in Thrifty NW Mom’s Broccoli Cheese Soup, a copycat recipe of Panera’s best-selling soup. Serve it with a side salad or sandwich or simply enjoy it by itself. It’s comfort food in a bowl. (Click here to get her recipe.)
2. Panera Bread Tomato Bisque Soup Recipe from Thrifty Jinx
Sometimes, nothing beats the standby classic of tomato soup unless, of course, you’re talking about Panera’s Vegetarian Creamy Tomato Soup. Thrifty Jinx’s copycat Tomato Bisque Soup is full of tomato-goodness and is sure to warm your heart. (Click here to get her recipe.)
3. Dairy-Free Copycat Creamy Tomato Soup Recipe from Running To The Kitchen
Avoiding dairy? Then you should try Running To The Kitchen’s copycat version of Panera’s Vegetarian Creamy Tomato Soup. Instead of dairy, her version uses cashews and almond milk to replace dairy in the recipe. (Click here for the recipe.)
4. Mac and Cheese Recipe from Smells Like Home
Nothing says comfort like mac and cheese. Tara at Smells Like Home created a Panera Mac and Cheese copycat recipe so that you can make it on your own stovetop. (Click here for Tara’s recipe.)
5. Tuna Sandwich from Mom Foodie
This budget-friendly recipe for a copycat recipe of Panera’s Tuna Sandwich comes via Mom Foodie. It’s perfect for feeding several people without breaking the bank. (Click here for Robin’s recipe.)
6. Chipotle Chicken Panini Recipe from Sweet Tea & Thyme
It’s neat when Panera adds new items to their menu. The downside of that, though, is that in order to do so they remove others, like their Chicken Chipotle Panini. But you’re in luck because Sweet Tea & Thyme has re-created the recipe and shares it with us – click here to get it.
7. BBQ Chicken Salad Recipe from Looney For Food
This is my personal favorite at Panera – the BBQ Chicken Salad. I consider it a good day when I spot it on their menu, which nowadays only happens on occasion. It’s another one of those recipes that gets removed to make way for other new items. Fortunately, we can turn to Looney For Food and use her recipe and make it at home. Any. Time. We. Please. (Click here for the recipe.)