Taco Bell Is Testing Kit Kat Quesadillas In The United States

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How high are you on a scale from 1 to Taco Bell Kit Kat Quesadilla? When McDonald’s is trying to shed its image by testing out vegan and kale burgers, Taco Bell is becoming a more authentic version of itself.

Food Beast reports that stores in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area have been selling Kit Kat-stuffed quesadillas called “Chocoladillas” for just $1. The dessert item consists of a tortilla folded around melted chocolate and pieces of the Kit Kat candy wafer.

If you think this sounds crazy, remember that everyone was taken aback when Taco Bell turned Doritos into taco shells. And I just had one for breakfast.

The Kit Kat Chocoladilla has been sold in the UK for almost a year, but will now enter the United States market at select locations in Wisconsin. And just when you thought it America couldn’t get any farther, some locations will even have a Twix version.

I think I may take a road trip to Wisconsin and buy as many as I can physically consume.

One sec though…

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[h/t Food Beast]

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