Taco Bell Is Bringing Back The Quesalupa
Let’s be honest: You probably don’t need Taco Bell to release anything new. Truly! Between the perfect creation that is the Crunchwrap Supreme and the fact that the chain will be reuniting us with our beloved potatoes later this week, you’re probably all set. HOWEVER, each thing Taco Bell releases seems to be even more delicious than the last. Quite the pickle, you see! Trust us, you’re going to want to get your hands on the chain’s latest addition—the Quesalupa.
This creation may sound familiar to you, as Taco Bell previously released it as a limited-time offering all the way back in 2016. It was apparently one of its most-popular LTOs ever!! We first got word of its possible return last year, when Taco Bell began testing it in Knoxville, TN, but now it’s OFFICIALLY back nationwide.
The dream dish is made with a chalupa shell which is then stuffed with a blend of melted pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses. This time, there is even 50 percent more cheese in there!! The shell is then stuffed with all the fixings like seasoned beef, lettuce, shredded cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, and reduced-fat sour cream. We got a chance to try it already and it’s beyond good! Think of it like the chalupa version of one of our favorite recent Taco Bell offerings, the Grilled Cheese Burrito (or maybe that was the burrito version of this? Since the chalupa came first? Anyway!).
If you want to try it, you’re in luck! Taco Bell Rewards Beta members will be able to get the Quesalupa starting TODAY, March 10. Everyone else will have to wait until tomorrow! You can expect to pay $2.99 for it, which was the same price as when it debuted in 2016. For $6.99 you can get a combo meal, which includes a Quesalupa, two Crunchy Tacos, and a large fountain drink. Happy eating!
Kristin Salaky is the news editor at Delish.com covering viral foods, product launches, and food trends. Before joining Delish, she worked as an editor at insider.com and as the front page editor for talkingpointsmemo.com. She graduated with a degree in journalism from Ohio University in 2015.