Five Taco Bell menu items you’ll never see again — and the “sauce swap” that really marked the end for a breakfast meal

TACO Bell’s almost iconic fanbase still mourns the loss of some of the restaurant’s most creative dishes.

Whether you’re getting a plain taco or a Crunchwrap Supreme, everyone has a great choice at Taco Bell.

Taco Bell is constantly making changes to its menu


Taco Bell is constantly making changes to its menuPhoto credit: Getty

Several dishes have come and gone from the menu over the years, including the legendary Mexican pizza, which has made a huge comeback.

Unfortunately, other items will never be ordered again.


A literal breakfast taco, this meal featured a waffle for the taco shell and was filled with sausage and scrambled eggs.

Maple syrup instead of the typical taco sauce! Unfortunately, Taco Bell has swapped the syrup off the menu, meaning we likely won’t see this one again.

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The enchirito is exactly what it sounds like; a combination of a burrito and an enchilada.

Customers could choose from taco beef, steak or chicken, pinto beans, diced onions and cheddar cheese wrapped in a tortilla with enchilada sauce and melted cheese.

The dish was first served in the 1970s and was a staple on the menu well into the 1990s.

It made a comeback in the early 2000s and lasted until 2013.

However, it quickly emerged last year and could be back this year.


Another popular Taco Bell collaboration is the Meximelt.

This is a cross between Fiesta Soft Tacos and a Quesadilla.

A flour tortilla was filled with fiesta taco fillings, folded in half and grilled.

The Meximelt has not been on the menu since 1999.


This was a simple treat, just a chocolate filled tortilla folded in half and heated to melt the chocolate.

It hasn’t been on the menu for long, but it’s gotten quite a few variations in that short amount of time.

Customers could add Kit Kat or Twix pieces to add both inside and on top.


This colossal chalupa came with taco meat, lettuce, and cheese wrapped in a fried chicken bowl.

First introduced in 2018, the Chalupa returned in 2021 amid the “chicken wars” when seemingly every restaurant launched a chicken sandwich.


Besides the food, Taco Bell’s low prices attract customers.

Customers can order something from the Craving Value menu or order a $5 meal combo that includes a large fountain drink, a hearty five-layer burrito, a crispy taco, and fries and nacho cheese sauce.

Below is a complete list of the menu items you can get from the Taco Bell Craving Value menu:

  • Soft Taco with Spicy Potatoes – $1
  • Chipotle Ranch Burrito with Grilled Chicken – $2
  • Heavy Melting Burrito – $2
  • Cheesy Bean Rice Burrito – $1
  • Fiesta Veggie Burrito – $2
  • Cheesy Roll-up – $1
  • Cinnamon Buns – $1
  • Classic Combo – $5
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TaraSubramaniam is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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