Officially Kind of Obsessed With Taco Bell's Grilled Stuft Nachos
Before we talk about how the new Taco Bell Grilled Stuft Nachos taste, let's all agree that the spelling is stupid and move on. I'd like to not move on -- cutesy, pointless misspelling is a pet peeve -- but the fact is, no matter how the thing is spelled, the Grilled Stuft Nacho is downright delicious. Like, I've gone back twice since eating my first one, because they are so tasty, satisfying and -- best of all -- so freaking cheap, about a buck-fifty apiece. Tack on an order of Cinnabon® Delights™ like I did, and the whole order comes to a whopping $3.01.
Photos by Christina Uticone 830 calories for $3.01. Now that's calorie-dense nutrition.
Whether I'm eating fast food or fancy food, I'm always happiest when something exceeds my expectations. Nachos are one of my favorite things to eat in the world (and, somewhat famously, the only thing I knew how to make until I was 30). I was sure that Taco Bell's tagline -- the claim that its Grilled Stuft variety are "everything [I] love about nachos, grilled up to go" -- would surely fail to meet my personal high bar. And I am delighted to be proven wrong in the end.
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