Grilled Stuft Nacho from Taco Bell Returns

The Grilled Stuft Nacho from Taco Bell is back for a limited time.  We reviewed this back in late 2013.  The Grilled Stuft Nacho features seasoned beef, nacho cheese sauce, zesty nacho sauce, crunchy red strips, and reduced-fat sour cream wrapped in a flour tortilla.  Priced at $1.49 at my local Taco Bell in Maryland.

Grilled Stuft Nacho TB New to the menu is the Mtn Dew Sangrita Blast Freeze which is the frozen version of Taco Bell’s original citrus punch flavor.  Priced at $2.29 for the regular and $2.59 for the large at my local Taco Bell.

Sangrita Freeze

11 comments on “Grilled Stuft Nacho from Taco Bell Returns

  1. Dustin says:

    I was once given a Sangrita as my drink instead of Baja Blast as their machine was out. I’m pretty sure it was the worst day of my life.

  2. Snackeroo says:

    If only this was a real Sangrita. This makes me miss Fat Tuesdays.

  3. karubah says:

    I had the grilled stuft nacho for lunch today. The red corn strips are too salty and maybe it was just the way they made it for me, but they are separated inside from the cheese and sour cream that was settled on the bottom, making the meal a weird experience of taking two bites – one from the bottom and one from the top before chewing.

    I cannot imagine getting a sangrita blast freeze. The regular soda is bad enough.

  4. Alex K. says:

    The Grilled Stuft Nacho is a joke … they have a handful of items on the menu that already house identical ingredients. Adding flavorless artificially colored corn chips that wind up soggy doesn’t add anything. Surprised this thing is back — it’s simply a gimmick.

  5. CB says:

    Had the GSN today and it was not even worth $1.49. It was honestly as flat as a chocolate chip cookie and barely had any filling.

  6. Clerk says:

    Wasn’t it $1.29 last time, or am I remembering wrong?

  7. Steve says:

    Just finished a chicken version, not bad, decently filling for the [rice. Definitely stoner food (wolf it down so fast no chance to notice anything unimportant like flavor or nuance…) but yeah, this thing needs some definition… Definitely like the idea of this with a tostada shell inside rather than the strips with i noticed twice… I think they just have issues coming up with “different” stuff… Not bad, 6/10, but nothing to write home about. Easy to eat on the go though. Now on to the Beef one…

  8. Brant says:

    Had the grilled stuft nacho box for dinner. Wasn’t a big fan of it last time, but it was pretty good this time (all the ingredients were evenly distributed which added to the experience).

    People say their Taco Bell is charging $1.49 for the stuft nacho, but in NE Missouri they’re $1.29 for beef. I’m actually now a fan so this price is worth the grub to me.

  9. Darrell Martinsen says:

    I guess the test run of the taco bell chili cheese frito burritos in Michigan must not be doing too well. What a shame, I really wanted the chili to be available again nationwide :/

  10. Mark says:

    I tried it, wasn’t impressed. The flavor is good, there seems to be a new sauce added besides just sour cream and nacho cheese, but it needs about double the beef. Most of it was empty grilled tortilla. I would much rather pay $2 or $2.50 and have it be twice as full as it is, then it might be a good item.

    The other downside though is it tastes exactly like the nacho stuft griller thing. I mean that’s not bad since the flavor is good, just funny, it’s exact same ingredients in a different shape. Cheesy gordita crunch, mexican pizza and nachos belle grande are still and always will be the best offerings from taco bell.

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