Panera Just Launched Brand-New Toasted Sandwiches

Most individuals may find something they like on Panera Bread's extensive menu of soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries, and bowls. However, the chain's newest sandwiches appear to target large eaters and taste lovers.

Panera introduced Stacked Toasted Baguette sandwiches with meat, cheese, toppings, and sauces.

The range includes three large sandwiches: Chicken & Pepperoni Cheese Melt, Chicken Emerald Goddess Caprese Melt, & Chicken Cordon Bleu Melt.

Panera's toast French baguettes and antibiotic-free smoked, pulled chicken are similar to all the sandwiches, despite their varied tastes.

The new Chicken & Prosciutto Mozzarella Melt has plucked chicken, thick-sliced pepperoni, fresh cheese, tomato bell pepper sauce, and shredded Fontina and mozzarella cheeses.

Pulled chicken, tomatoes, mozzarella, parmesan, Peppadew peppers, basil, arugula, Green Goddess dressing, and garlic aioli make up the Chicken Green Goddess Caprese Melt.

Finally, the Chicken Cordon Bleu Melt has pulled chicken, Black Forest Ham, and smoked gouda, the leaves of a and country mustard. 

The three new sandwiches enhance Panera's January-launched Toasted Baguette range. The introduction marked a milestone for Panera since it introduced sandwiches on its French baguettes.

Toasted Baguettes originally exclusively offered Green Goddess Caprese, Margherita Mozzarella, and Smoky Buffalo Chicken. Panera introduced a Black Forest Ham & Gouda Melt in June.

My local Panera in New Jersey sells three new Stacked Toasted Baguettes for $13.59 and four others for $11.19. Location affects prices.

The restaurant introduced a "Roman Empire Menu" last week with classic products consumers "just can't stop thinking about."

The menu features Panera's best-selling soup, Broccoli Cheddar, the Cinnamon Crunch Bagel, Toast Frontega Chicken Sandwich, and two Caesar salads.

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