Jill Layton
December 21, 2015 3:00 pm

McDonald’s made a lot of changes in 2015 — some were welcomed with open arms (and mouths) while others were not. Like when they introduced the all-day breakfast menu but then left hash browns off of it. Or when the chain introduced lobster rollsmozzarella sticks and truffle fries to the menu and people lost their minds. Some people were stoked, while some definitely didn’t appreciate the change.

WELL, they’ve done it again. McDonald’s has introduced another new item to the menu, the Happy Meal menu to be exact — and this time it’s macaroni and cheese. Yup, mac and cheese is officially being offered on the Happy Meal menu as an alternative to fries or as an a-la-carte item. Because when you want to replace carbs, might as well do it with more carbs. Or something like that.

The mac and cheese goes for $1.75 and has around 190 calories per serving. It’s only available at select stores — as of now, it’s only been spotted at one location in Cleveland, OH.

And per usual, some people aren’t super into the change, some don’t know how to feel and others are lovin’ it.  

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No word on whether or not the mac and cheese will be offered nationwide, so unless you live in Cleveland, you may need to stick to the homemade stuff. And no word on whether or not McDonald’s will name the new dish The McMac. But we really think they should.

(Featured image via Shutterstock)

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