Panera Bread brings back ‘warm and cozy’ fan favorite flavor with new fall menu

PANERA Bread has brought back a fan favorite along with a brand new menu item.

As fall approaches, many fast food and casual restaurants have updated their menus.

Panera Bread has brought back the Cinnamon Crunch Latte along with a new ham, egg and cheese sandwich


Panera Bread has brought back the Cinnamon Crunch Latte along with a new ham, egg and cheese sandwichPhoto credit: Panera Bread

Panera Bread is celebrating the season by bringing back its popular Cinnamon Crunch Latte.

The drink consists of espresso, steamed milk, cinnamon-flavored syrup, whipped cream, and cinnamon sugar as a topping.

While prices may vary depending on location, the cost ranges from $5.39 to $6.19 depending on size.

The Cinnamon Crunch Latte can be ordered in either regular or large size.

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And the new item is actually a new twist on a popular menu item, the Cinnamon Crunch Bagel.

Customers can now get ham, egg and cheese on the bagel this fall.

According to Panera Bread, it costs between $6.79 and $7.79.

“For years we have seen how much our guests love our Cinnamon Crunch Bagel, and that inspired us to create a sandwich with a sweet and savory combination that is delicious for breakfast and pairs perfectly with our Cinnamon Crunch Latte,” said Claes Petersson, Chef and Chief Food Innovation Officer of Panera Bread.

Both dishes can now be ordered nationwide – but it is unclear how long they will be on the menu.


But Panera fans have more good news to look forward to.

Panera also announced that the following other fall favorites are returning:

  • Autumn pumpkin soup
  • Turkey chili
  • Pumpkin cookies

These items can be ordered at Panera locations nationwide.

However, one piece of negative news from Panerea is that the bakery-café chain has trimmed its menu at less than three percent of its locations.

It is unclear which stores were specifically affected and which items were removed.

A Panera spokesperson said the company regularly tests different menu options at select locations “with the goal of providing guests with a faster, more convenient experience while simplifying operations for our associates.”

“We routinely conduct these tests to find new ways to better serve our guests, whether through menu innovations, simplifications or new technologies,” it said.


But there are even more fall favorites available at other major fast food restaurants.

For example, McDonald’s has brought back its pumpkin cream pie.

It contains a vanilla cream filling and 12 grams of total sugar.

However, it can only be ordered in a limited number of states.

Wendy’s has brought back its pumpkin spice Frosty.

In addition to pumpkin, the Frosty contains spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg.

Plus, starting September 13th, Uber One members can order the Frosty and get another one for free.

To make the offer even crispier, medium fries are included free of charge.

In addition, Wendy’s is also launching a cold brew version of the Frosty.

Dairy Queen has brought back its pumpkin pie Blizzard for the 32nd year in a row.

It contains pumpkin pie slices and vanilla soft serve, topped with whipped cream and nutmeg.

Additionally, Dairy Queen has launched four new items and one returning item as part of its fall menu.

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Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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