The other day I was eating my Arby's Beef 'n Cheddar sandwich when I got this particular bite. Most of the meat was on one side, most of the cheese was on the other.
I didn't hate it.
In fact, I thought it was pretty funny. So, naturally, I took a photo but it also got me thinking... wouldn't it be nice if you could just buy the cheese sauce from Arby's. Specifically their cheese sauce.
Now, it's just a melted cheddar with other stuff mixed in. I'm not sure of the actual ingredients but it's probably some form of cheddar whey along with added cream and maybe a couple of spices to give it a little zing, just barely enough to notice but not enough to care if you're eating your Arby's Beef 'n Cheddar while staring blankly at whatever YouTube video you happen to be watching at the time. The spice could be paprika or maybe even the smallest amount of cumin. Again, it's just enough without making it nacho cheese.
I could see them selling this in stores or even at their restaurants like some places do. If it's popular enough maybe they could even sell it on Amazon for the convenience of having it home delivered.
The Beef 'n Cheddar, though my favorite, I'd use this sauce on everything from soft pretzels to just literally buying a bag of pretzels at the store to pork rinds to something I'd dip a soft taco into just because it's there.
At the end of the day, I wanna drink this stuff but I can't drink it. Imagine the looks I'd get, I'm just at the table, doing shots of cheese while someone else is posting to TikTok from across the room. No, something this intimate I'd need to do from the comfort of my own home.
Arby's, hear my plea and please make this cheese sauce available for sale on its own.
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