Taco Bell brought back two fan-favorite menu items this week, both crunchy and crunchy. Cantina Crispy Chicken Tacos with Chipotle and Cantina Crispy Chicken Tacos with Avocado Ranch are now available for a limited time. Their comeback comes after Taco Bell launched a major show in partnership with Cheez-It that was short-lived due to a lack of supply.
Cantina’s Crispy Chicken Taco with Chipotle includes a flour tortilla filled with crispy chicken, lettuce, tomato, cheddar cheese, and creamy chipotle sauce, according to reports. Qiu Boom. Cantina’s Crispy Chicken Taco with Avacado Ranch is the same, just swap out the chipotle sauce for the avocado ranch. These offerings sound like Taco Bell’s response to the constant crispy chicken sandwich craze at its fast food competitors.
You can have each tortilla on its own or as part of a Deluxe Cravings Box. This includes one cantina crispy chicken taco of your choice, chalupa supreme, 5-layer beef burrito, potato chips, nacho cheese sauce, and a fountain drink. The suggested retail price for a box meal is $7.49.
The return of Two Cantina Crispy Chicken Tacos comes just days after Taco Bell’s latest limited-time offering sold out quickly. On June 28, the company announced its Big Cheez-It Tostada, which featured a giant Cheez-It biscuit topped with seasoned beef, low-fat sour cream, diced tomatoes, lettuce, and shredded cheddar cheese. tostada sold for just $2.49.
The second Cheez-It item, the Big Cheez-It Crunchwrap Supreme, retails for $4.29. It included everything from the tostada ingredient, all wrapped in fried tortillas. The crunchy wrap was only available to those who ordered on TacoBell.com and on the app. The two Cheez-It items were sold out at Southern California locations until Taco Bell announced on July 3 that they were being sold.
The company announced on July 3 that “Big Cheez-It Tostada and Big Cheez-It Crunchwrap are in so much demand that our limited offer is no longer available,” while this one restaurant test was available to our fans while supplies last, it’s clear that Taco Bell and Cheez- lovers They want more of this wonderful collaboration! Although we can’t guarantee that any specific test item will be rolled out nationwide, at Taco Bell, we never say never! “
Taco Bell has struggled to make its limited-time offerings available for as long as it planned to offer. In late May, they had to cut short the return of their beloved Mexican pizza because it had greatly reduced the number of people who wanted it. “It turns out we’ve underestimated how many people love Mexican pizza. 7 times more than we expected, to be exact. We’re working as fast as we can to restock Mexican pizza ingredients. We’ll need some time to replenish our supplies, but when does it come back, we promise it’s here to stay.” ‘, the company Tweeted on May 31.