My sed-foo is weak. How do I replace text with input from stdin?

Essentially I want:

echo "foo" | sed 's/to_be_replaced/$from_stdin/' template.txt

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I got it sorted.
I just split it into two parts:

FOO=$(echo "foo")
sed -e "/to_be_replaced/${FOO}/" template.txt > output.txt

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