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Jack in the Box Hacks Menu with New ‘Hella-Peño’ Burger, Breakfast Tacos

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No lie, we kind of love how shameless fast food has gotten lately. It’s as if some genius development guy finally realized most people don’t wander into Jack in the Box at 2 in the morning because they want something healthy; they want something dank.

Thankfully, the giant bobble head is all too happy to oblige. Late last year, Jack tested a new addition to its late-night Munchie Menu in San Francisco: an orgastic cheeseburger swelling with fried jalapeño poppers, spicy jalapeño coins, creamy nacho cheese, and ooze-worthy taco sauce, appropriately dubbed the Hella-Peño. Now, fans of the glorified money shot will be pleased to know the Hella is finally available nationwide as a $6 Munchie Meal, with two tacos and a side of Halfsie fries. You know, because the grilled cheese burgers and cheese and ranch-loaded chicken nuggets on the rest of the menu weren’t ridiculous enough.

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For the other half of the day (or whenever, since Jack is just godly like that), Jack is also introducing a new jumbo Breakfast Monster Taco, loaded with scrambled eggs, American cheese, and taco sauce.

Along with the two artery-killing superstars are a couple other, less riveting additions, like a new BBQ Cheeseburger and Jalapeño Ranch Ultimate Cheeseburger.

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H/T GrubGrade + Picthx Jack in The Box

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Jack in the Box Tests Hella-Peño Burger in San Francisco, Of Course

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On a recent trip to San Francisco, Foodbeast’s own Elie Ayrouth spotted the latest burger behemoth (below) from Jack in the Box. Not-so-subtly named after Northern California’s signature lexicon, the Hella-peño burger packs, ahem, hella chopped jalapeños, three fried jalapeño poppers, an ungodly amount of melted cheese, and taco sauce.

As you can see from the above photo snapped by Instagram user @juangalt (who appropriately hashtagged #shame), the chain did not skimp on the hot peppers.

Unsurprisingly, the burger is part of Jack’s Munchie Menu, which launched back in September. The late night menu includes similar stoner dreams such as the cheeseburger topped with a grilled cheese sandwich, a mozzarella-stuffed chicken sandwich and loaded nuggets squirted with ranch and cheese. At the moment, the limited-time item seems to only be testing in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Here’s to hoping this late-night item makes its way to Southern California and the rest of the States soon.

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