Trader Joe's Sells Containers of Vegan Mac and Cheese, and It Looks So Damn Creamy

Mac and cheese is one of life's best comfort foods — it's warm, it's gooey, it's cheesy, and it's freakin' delicious. While the dish is traditionally made with things like milk and, well, cheese, there are also so many options out there for vegans. But while a lot of vegan mac and cheese options can be hit or miss, the one from Trader Joe's absolutely knocks it out of the park.

The grocery store chain sells containers of vegan mac and cheese ($4) that use butternut squash and coconut milk for the creamy goodness, and people are obsessed. Fans have taken to social media to rave about the mac, suggesting heating it up using the stovetop method to get max creamy consistency. Some Trader Joe's fans also recommend an extra sprinkle of nutritional yeast, black pepper, salt, or even adding some of TJ's chili onion crunch to the mix! Keep reading for more photos of the mac and cheese, but be prepared to be hit with some serious cravings.