Wild About Nacho Fries? Taco Bell Tests New Versions

Taco Bell's Nacho Fries have been a huge hit with the Mexican fast food chain's fans ever since they temporarily hit the menu this past January and then in July. But we always knew they would go away again, and now we know when. The limited time menu item leaves stores in mid-September, but until then, you can still get your Taco Bell Nacho Fries box and a side order of the seasoned fries at any store nationwide.

That's not the only news Taco Bell has for us, though. They're also introducing two new test menu items, building on the spicy kick of Nacho Fries. Hold onto your boots and spurs, campers, because if you thought the Taco Bell Nacho Fries box was awesome, wait until you see what's next.

Taco Bell Nacho Fries Box
Taco Bell

First up, Rattlesnake Fries. These loaded fries come with a big basket of nacho fries topped with nacho cheese sauce, steak, creamy jalapeño sauce, and pickled jalapeños.

Oh, and hey, you can get all that wrapped in a Rattlesnake burrito, too.

If the Rattlesnake Fries don't have enough of a bite for you, there's the Reaper Ranch Fries. Named after the Carolina Reaper pepper, the fries come with the Reaper Ranch sauce or you can get a Supreme version, which means adding nacho cheese, seasoned beef, Reaper Ranch sauce, diced tomatoes, and sour cream.

The catch is that, for the moment, these test items are only available in Cincinnati, Ohio. We suggest checking with your local Cincinnati Taco Bell location first, just to make sure they have them.

They're also a limited time item; if you're in or traveling through Cincy and want to try them, move quickly. Rattlesnake and Reaper Ranch will join their Nacho Fries cousins leaving the menu in mid-September.

You can purchase the Rattlesnake Fries and the Rattlesnake Fries Burrito for $2.99, while the Reaper Ranch Fries will set you back $1.29 and the Reaper Ranch Fries Supreme cost $2.49.

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