Taco Bell gets ready for Cinco de Mayo with the introduction of the new At Home Taco Bar.
Meant to feed a party of 6, the At Home Taco Bar, which carries a suggested price of just $25 bucks, comes deconstructed, packed, and sealed for guaranteed safety.
For the price, you get twelve Crunchy Taco shells, eight flour tortillas, seasoned beef, refried beans, shredded lettuce, cheddar cheese, nacho cheese sauce, reduced-fat sour cream, diced tomatoes, and 6-ounces of nacho chips, plus hot sauce packets and napkins.
Taco Bell will also be rolling out a series of recipe cards straight from the Taco Bell Test Kitchen. The cards will offer step-by-step instructions on how to use the provided ingredients so you can whip up iconic Taco Bell classics, or fan favorite items from the past such as the Double-Decker Taco.
The recipe cards, which will be available on the Taco Bell Blog starting Sunday, May 3, will also include new recipes that are yet to be revealed. On the blog, you will also find recipe cards to create Taco Bell-inspired cocktails like the Taco Bell Wild Strawberry Tequila Sunrise.
The At Home Taco Bar will be available via delivery and contactless drive-thrus nationwide beginning Friday, May 1, for a limited time only.