Taco Bell Debuts ‘New’ Crispy Chicken Quesadilla Made With Naked Chicken Chips

Taco Bell Debuts ‘New’ Crispy Chicken Quesadilla Made With Naked Chicken Chips
Taco Bell Debuts ‘New’ Crispy Chicken Quesadilla Made With Naked Chicken Chips

Taco Bell celebrates the return of Naked Chicken with the nationwide launch of the “new” limited-time Crispy Chicken Quesadilla featuring Naked Chicken Chips, as well as two new test items: the Bacon Ranch Naked Chicken Chalupa and Chicken & Biscuits.

The “new” Crispy Chicken Quesadilla features classic quesadilla ingredients including a three-cheese blend and creamy jalapeno sauce kicked up a notch with the addition of crispy Naked Chicken Chips made of marinated, all-white-meat chicken seasoned with bold Mexican spices. Back in 2015, Taco Bell introduced an almost identical menu item promoted as the “Double Crispy Chicken Quesadilla.” But that was before the brand undressed its chicken.

Fans can enjoy the Crispy Chicken Quesadilla on its own for a suggested retail price of $3.49, or in a $5 Box with a Doritos Locos Taco, a Crunchy Taco and a medium drink.

A six-piece order of Naked Chicken Chips paired with a side of Nacho Cheese sauce will also be available for a suggested retail price of $1.99.

Bacon Ranch Naked Chicken Chalupa and Chicken & Biscuits

The brand is also testing a pair of new limited-time menu items in select areas.

Fans in Knoxville, Tennessee will be offered the new Bacon Ranch Naked Chicken Chalupa. As an upgrade on the infamous Naked Chicken Chalupa, the new Bacon Ranch Naked Chicken Chalupa features bacon, spicy ranch, lettuce, cheddar cheese and tomatoes, loaded between the crispy chicken shell. The limited-time test item is available for $3.49 on its own, or as part of a $5 Box.

Fans in Indianapolis, Indiana will be able to enjoy Naked Chicken as part of new Chicken & Biscuits. The new limited-time breakfast item features fluffy biscuit triangles paired with Naked Chicken Chips and your choice of sweet and spicy Jalapeno Honey or Nacho Cheese dipping sauce for $1.99.

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