After months of speculation as to whether they would officially be happening or not, we have confirmation that Taco Bell nacho fries will indeed be making a nationwide appearance.
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Starting January 25th, the crispy spuds will be available in multiple forms. The simplest way to get them is off the Dollar Menu, served with a side of nacho cheese for dipping. A $5 Box with fries, a Doritos Locos Taco, a Cheesy Gordita Crunch, and a medium drink, will also be included in Taco Bell’s bargain offerings.
Additionally, loaded forms of the nacho fries will also be available, just like the ones our own Elie Ayrouth discovered being tested in SoCal last year. These come with beef, pico de gallo, nacho cheese, and sour cream, and can be ordered in two different sizes. The Supreme option costs $2.49, while the Bell Grande version costs $3.49.
There’s also a secret hack that Taco Bell revealed to Foodbeast to try while fries are available. For 49 cents extra, you can add/substitute fries to any item on their menu. That means you can hack your own California burritos or other fries-loaded creations for a pretty cheap but tasty upgrade.
We can’t wait to try out a few of our own when Taco Bell’s fries officially drop.