Taco Bell Cheddar Crisps shake up snack time
Taco Bell is looking to shake up the snacking game.
Launching its new collection of Cheddar Crisps, which are made by baking real cheese into crisp shapes then seasoned with Mexican spices, the products are keto-friendly, gluten-free and certified vegetarian, the company said.
In addition, they are made without the use of artificial flavors or colors, and available in three flavors — nacho, mild sauce and fire sauce.
“From the classic Cheesy Gordita Crunch to the Toasted Cheddar Chalupa, we've been giving fans new and exciting ways to satisfy their cheesy cravings for years. Cheddar Crisps are the next evolution to give our fans a new way to satisfy their Taco Bell cravings,” Taylor Montgomery, the senior director of brand marketing at Taco Bell, said. “Our ability to package up the bold Taco Bell flavors fans love into these new crisps is our distinct advantage when it comes to entering this new crisps category.”
Those interested in trying Taco Bell’s Cheddar Crisps can pick up a pack at select 7-Eleven and Kroger locations across the country, as well as at Amazon.