Kraft is giving moms the gift of free time — literally — for Mother's Day this year. 

The maker of everyone's favorite boxed mac and cheese announced Tuesday that it would cover up to $100 for childcare costs per household on Mother's Day as part of its "Mother's Day Away" celebration. 

Moms just need to book a babysitter for May 12 then submit a receipt at by 11:59 p.m. on May 19.

“With Kraft 'Mother’s Day Away,' we are giving moms across the country the chance to have what they secretly really want: some time for themselves," Kraft's head of marketing Sergio Eleuterio said in a statement. 

Kraft will reimburse up to $50,000 in childcare costs — that's at least 500 households in the U.S. Dads, looks like you definitely have to make plans now. 

Reimbursements may take six to eight weeks, according to Kraft. 

The best#MothersDay gift? The gift of nothing. No diapers, no meltdowns… Spend the day however you want, Mom. All the juicy details at

— Kraft Macaroni & Cheese (@kraftmacncheese)May 7, 2019


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