It's been a big week for Taco Bell lovers. The chain finally brought back spicy potatoes for good, a new Wild Strawberry Lemonade Freeze made its way to menus and old fan-favorite items have returned for a limited time. If you have a Taco Bell stan in your life, check up on them to make sure they're handling all this good news well, alright? And while you're doing that, be sure to let them know that the chain is testing out new $1 items that will blow their mind.
Taco Bell is testing out $1 Spicy Tacos and $1 Primo Burritos in select markets with the tacos hitting Columbus, OH, and the burritos making their way to Kansas City, MO. Spicy Tacos will feature a warm flour tortilla, seasoned beef, lettuce, cheddar cheese, and your choice of a bold spicy sauce. The sauce flavors include mild jalapeño, medium chipotle, and white hot ranch. White hot ranch is the hottest flavor and is made with ghost chili peppers and creamy buttermilk.
As for the Primo Burritos, customers in the testing area can choose between a Loaded Taco Primo Burrito made with a flour tortilla filled with seasoned beef, crunchy red strips, lettuce, reduced fat sour cream, and cheddar cheese or a Chicken Enchilada Primo Burrito made with white meat chicken, reduced fat sour cream, seasoned rice, enchilada sauce, and cheddar cheese in a flour tortilla. The Chicken Enchilada Primo Burrito goes for a little more than $1, and will cost you $1.49.
Aside from these $1 options, Taco Bell is also testing out Stacked Bowls in Portland, OR, a Grilled Cheese Stacker in Houston, and a Chicken Enchilada Grilled Cheese Burrito in Cleveland, OH. The Stacked Bowls come in beef taco, avocado ranch chicken, and steak melt varieties, and all feature a blend of lettuce and crunchy purple cabbage. The Grilled Cheese Stacked includes a flour tortilla with seasoned beef, a three-cheese blend, and nacho cheese sauce folded into Taco Bell's signature stacker tri-fold and topped with grilled cheese, and the Chicken Enchilada Grilled Cheese Burrito is a flour tortilla filled with chicken, rice, a three-cheese blend, crunchy red strips, enchilada sauce, sour cream, and topped with a layer of grilled cheese. There's really something new for everyone.
Like all items that first launch in select markets, there is always the chance Taco Bell will give them a nationwide release. And with the way 2021 has been treating us as far as Taco Bell news goes, it looks like the odds might just be in our favor!
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