Customers are noticing that Taco Bell secretly released a new guacamole this year. This new and better guacamole isn't like Taco Bell's old version, which was squeezed from a tube.
"Chunky, but spreadable and dippable" seems like the perfect fast food condiment.
This unique guacamole uses authentic Hass avocados, chopped tomatoes, crisp onions, and a lime-infused spice sauce.
The fast food chain, which proudly has the most vegetarian options on its menu, recently announced the testing of more vegan-friendly protein items, including
Beyond Carne Asada Steak, which would go well with the fresh new guac, which is certified by the American Vegetarian Association as a vegan menu item with only 40 calories per serving.
Taco Bell fans have conflicting opinions. It's awful to some.
One confirmed Taco Bell employee said on Reddit that this new guac is better than the prepackaged frozen version since it's cooked fresh each day.
Other fans criticised their 2020 elimination of pico de gallo, saying the method should be comparable enough to serve both.
The 7-Layer Nacho Fries and Burrito, Fiesta Veggie Burrito, and Power Menu Bowl have this unique guac.
Guacamole may be added to any other item for $1, however prices may vary. Taco Bell's fresh-made guacamole is now available nationwide.