A returning item is spicing up the menu at Taco Bell.
On Monday, a spokesperson for Taco Bell confirmed to FOX Business that the “fan favorite” Toasted Cheddar Chalupa will grace U.S. menus once again on Nov. 5, for a limited time. After a run on U.S. menus last year, the cheesy chalupa, featuring six-month aged cheddar, was most recently available in Canada as a perfect pairing for its signature “Jalapeno Noir” wine.
In making its triumphant return stateside, the Toasted Cheddar Chalupa is bringing along a new friend: the Black Bean Toasted Cheddar Chalupa.
According to the Taco Bell rep, the black bean chalupa is certified vegetarian by the American Vegetarian Association (AVA) and boasts “the craveable flavors of the original” with a plant-based protein. To that end, the spokesperson teased that customers can look forward to more vegetarian spins on limited-time menu offerings in 2021, too.
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The debut of the Black Bean Toasted Cheddar Chalupa and the new Veggie Nachos Party Pack come as part of the new Veggie Cravings Menu, rounding up 13 existing vegetarian menu items certified by the AVA to make dining easy at Taco Bell, the spokesperson added.