In the past two weeks, fans have been excited about Taco Bell's first birria-inspired taco and the return of the Beefy Crunch Burrito. Fans of Taco Bell can now try three new things.
A Mexican BBQ Flatbread Melt, a Three-Cheese Flatbread Melt, and a Shredded Beef Grilled Cheese Burrito were recently tried out at the fast food chain. Some places are the only ones where these new goods are sold.
Taco Bell is trying out both the Flatbread Melts and the Shredded Beef Grilled Cheese Burrito in Dayton, Ohio and Oklahoma City, respectively.
Most fast-food places use the same kind of testing to see if their new, creative foods will be popular enough to serve more people. If the new foods do well in test areas, Taco Bell might make them available all over the country.
In the Mexican BBQ Flatbread Melt, grilled and marinated chicken is topped with a spicy new Mexican BBQ sauce and melted cheddar, mozzarella, and Monterey pepper jack cheeses.
The Three-Cheese Flatbread Melt from Taco Bell has Creamy Chipotle sauce, chicken, and a mix of three cheeses. The price of a Flatbread Melt is $2.
The Shredded Beef Grilled Cheese Burrito has Taco Bell's new soft, slow-cooked shredded beef. The tortilla at Taco Bell has green sauce and melted three kinds of cheese on top. It's best to get a $5.59 burrito.
The Shredded Beef Grilled Cheese Burrito is only sold in Oklahoma City, but the new protein can be tried in other ways by Taco Bell customers all over the country.
Last week's Grilled Cheese Dipping Taco, which was based on birria, had shredded beef. At places that offer it, the new meat can be added to other Taco Bell items.
Taco Bell will use that tab to pay for a portion of the Mexican food that customers order from other sellers on the same day. Even if you eat somewhere else, the chain may pay for some of your bill.
Only New Jersey has a registered brand for Taco Tuesday, so Taco Bell fans in that state won't be able to use DoorDash.