Selling secret Mexican food mashups similar to the Chipotle secret menu’s Quesarito, the Taco Bell secret menu is packed with delicious entrees, extras, sauces and dips.
Taco Bell Secret Menu
The Cheesarito All the portability of a burrito and all the melted cheesy goodness of a quesadilla, wrapped up into one delectable combination. A warm soft-shell tortilla filled with gooey cheese, scallions, and taco sauce, this entree makes for a cheap snack any day. Many boast that it tops the charts of the Taco Bell secret menu items. To order one, just show the recipe to the cashier: melted cheese, taco sauce and scallions rolled up in a soft tortilla. It is sure not to disappoint.
One of the biggest and richest items available on Taco Bell’s secret menu, this flavor-packed monster is jammed full of melted cheese, beans, and beef, covered in red sauce and diced onions. Many argue for its presence on the real menu, but just be grateful that it is available (to the select few who know of its greatness).
Ask for an Enchirito if you want to try one, and if that doesn’t work, simply ask for an enchilada stuffed with cheese, beans, and beef. Check it out and be converted to an Enchirito addict today!
This burrito will make your friends green with envy. It’s pretty simple: add a heaping portion of guacamole to a bean and cheese burrito. The cool, strong flavor of guacamole mixed with the hot beans and cheese make for a mouthwatering mixture.
Ask for The Hulk, and if the employee looks confused, just tell them you want extra guacamole in your burrito. You’ll find that “extra” is more than enough to overload your taste buds with flavor.
The Incredible Hulk
This monster makes other burritos quake in fear, unable to compare to its size and powerful flavor. It takes Taco Bell’s famous 5-layer burrito, usually laden with melted nacho cheese, and replaces it with a whopping helping of guacamole around every corner. For those who want a healthier way to get their 5 layers of heaven, or just a new way to consume huge quantities of green goodness, this is the ultimate solution.
To order one, just ask for a 5-layer burrito with guacamole instead of nacho cheese. Some heads may turn — be it in surprise or in envy — but it’s sure to quench a thirst for guacamole and even the most ravenous hunger.
Cost: Varies by Location
This burrito — quite like the hero it’s named after — does everything in excess. It takes a Cheesy Double Beef Burrito, which is already packed with extra flavor, and adds potatoes, sour cream, guacamole, and crispy tortilla strips to form a massive cheesy, beefy, creamy, crunchy, guacamole-y masterpiece. This burrito will fill up even the heartiest of eaters.
To order one, you’ve got to ask for all the added ingredients (listed above) on top of the Cheesy Double Beef Burrito. A surprised Taco Bell employee only means you’re an impressive eater.
Double Grilled Quesadilla
Are you a fan of crunchy and crispy instead of soft and succulent? The Double Grilled Quesadilla is the Taco Bell entree for you. To make it, they simply grill the quesadilla for twice the usual time, resulting in the typical gooey cheese and savory meat on the inside, but with a nice crunch on the outside.
Just ask for them to grill your quesadilla for twice as long to experience its deliciousness. You may just find yourself asking the same question every time you order a quesadilla afterwards.
The Waffle Taco
The closest thing to a breakfast item on Taco Bell menu, this unique treat wraps scrambled eggs and sausage in a waffle taco shell, mimicking the typical breakfast sandwich makeup, but standing out with its waffle exterior. For now, this is a trial menu item in Southern California, but hopefully as word of its deliciousness spreads, so will its availability.
If you happen to live in Southern California, ask if your location carries the waffle taco. If they do, give it a try, and be sure to give it a good review so people across the country can eventually enjoy it’s sweet goodness.
Extras, Sauces, and Dips
Chili Cheese Burritos
Love burritos from Taco Bell? Make them even better with the addition of hot chili and melted cheese amid a sea of beans and beef. Disclaimer: the flowing chili may make for a messy eating experience. But trust me, it’s well worth it.
Get one by asking for chili and cheese to be added to a bean and cheese burrito. It’ll change the way you see burritos forever.
Anything Lava Sauce
Anyone who’s tried the Volcano Taco knows the appeal of Taco Bell’s Lava Sauce, a spicy cheese dip that brings the heat, and with it, the flavor. It’s not for the faint of heart, but anyone can pour — or for the weak, drip — this sauce over anything you want.
At most locations, it’s FREE — just ask!
Anything Spicy Green (Verde Sauce)
This sauce puts the green sauce at any mexican restaurant to shame. It brings all flavor of your typical green sauce (found on everything from enchiladas to chimichangas) but with a spicy kick that can’t be rivaled.
This unique flavor is hot. But for anyone who likes a little fire in their diet, just ask for a packet, and spice up your meal to the max.