New Biscuit Tacos and Crispy Chicken Menu Items Coming to Taco Bell on Thursday, March 26th

On Thursday, March 26th, Taco Bell will be releasing the new Biscuit Taco to their breakfast menu.  Good riddance Waffle Taco… the Biscuit Taco features a warm biscuit folded in the shape of a taco and filled with breakfast ingredients or the new Crispy Chicken option.

Biscuit TacoThe suggested retail price of the Biscuit Taco is $2.49 and comes in the following choices:

  • Sausage, Egg and Cheese (369 calories)
  • Bacon, Egg and Cheese (380 calories)
  • Crispy Chicken with Country Gravy (388 calories)
  • Crispy Chicken with new signature Jalapeno Honey (471 calories)

Taco Bell didn’t stop at breakfast as there’s also new Crispy Chicken choices joining the menu including the new Crunchwrap-inspired Chickstar.  The Crispy Chicken is all-white meat chicken that is breaded in tortilla chips.  You might remember seeing these items during their test market run.

Crispy Chicken Chickstar

  • New Chickstar™: A warm, soft, flour tortilla filled with new premium marinated all-white-meat crispy chicken, breaded in tortilla chips, and crisped to perfection combined with real cheddar cheese, lettuce, and tomatoes and then wrapped up and grilled for maximum portability. Sauce options include Mango BBQ, Creamy Chipotle or Bacon Ranch. ($3.99 SRP excluding tax, 652-825 calories)

Crispy Chicken Grillers TB

  • New Crispy Chicken Grillers: Features new premium marinated all-white-meat crispy chicken, breaded in tortilla chips, crisped to perfection and wrapped up in a warm flour tortilla and grilled so it’s ready to eat on-the-go! Sauce options include Mango BBQ, Creamy Chipotle, Jalapeno Honey and Spicy Ranch. ($1.69 SRP excluding tax, 238-292 calories)

Double Crispy Chicken Quesadilla

  • New Double Crispy Chicken Quesadilla: Features new premium marinated all-white-meat crispy chicken, breaded in tortilla chips, and crisped to perfection combined with a three cheese blend and a creamy jalapeño sauce all folded in a freshly grilled tortilla. ($3.99 SRP excluding tax, 724 calories)

13 comments on “New Biscuit Tacos and Crispy Chicken Menu Items Coming to Taco Bell on Thursday, March 26th

  1. scram says:

    I’ll take a bucket of that Jalapeno Honey.

    I wanted to like the Waffle Taco, but it was a mess to eat and was small and not very filling. The scrambled egg was dry and pebble-sized, and kept falling out everywhere. I had more scrambled egg on my chest than in the taco. Definitely not a “on the go” breakfast item. I don’t know how they’re making any money on breakfast. Everytime I go by there, the place is a ghost town–the only cars in the parking lot belong to the employees.

  2. Roger C. says:

    This has been in my area for a few months now. It’s all ok.

  3. Alec says:

    Everyone knows it’s fried chicken, I don’t know who they are trying to fool by saying “crisped to perfection”

  4. Sascha says:

    The chicken is decent, but not special. The Biscuit Taco failed miserably in my opinion, their other breakfast offerings are much better. The chickstars are very good, I really enjoyed it, however, the quesadilla tastes better with the regular chicken, to me. All in all, not a great introduction.

    And maybe it’s just been personal bad luck, but the last couple of times through Taco Bell Drive Through, the wait times were insane, up to 13 minutes from order placed to driving off. I don’t know if that’s due to the crispy stuff, or maybe the app, or just bad luck stuck behind a guy who ordered $40 worth of items, but it’s twice in a row now, and three times makes a trend.

  5. Robert says:

    The Jalapeño honey has 80 *more* calories than gravy? Yikes.

    Anyway, I assume this warm biscuit thing is gonna be really crappy, like most fast food biscuits. The waffle shoulda been great, it just ended up being odd.

  6. rob says:

    Why not just use a regular biscuit that’s what people want.

  7. ahecht says:

    I wonder if the Taco Bell/KFC combined locations (which most of the ones near me are) will even bother stocking two different types of fried chicken strips or if they’ll just use the KFC ones in the Taco Bell items.

    • Jay Melo says:

      “will even bother stocking two different types of fried chicken strips or if they’ll just use the KFC ones in the Taco Bell items”

      Now if they did that, they would have to charge you triple the price for your Taco Bell item because we all know that KFC chickens are the most magical in the whole world. How else can KFC justify charging the prices they do?

  8. Jeff in Middletucky says:

    These have been in our area for months now, and both the crispy chicken and the biscuit taco are resoundingly uninspiring.

    Honestly, judging by the largely empty Bell parking lots before 11:00 A.M. (in my area, at least) – especially as compared to the McD’s just a few feet away – and judging the reaction of my own taste buds, the vaunted Taco Bell breakfast has been quite … underwhelming.

  9. Esther says:

    I can get behind that quesadilla. I predict I will be eating approximately…. too many of them in the future.

  10. CB says:

    So i tried the sausage egg and cheese biscuit taco this morning. Overall it was just blah. Taco Bell breakfast for the most part is tasteless unless you get something with sauce (ie. Breakfast Crunchwrap with extra creamy jalepeno, etc). Like someone said earlier there is never a line for taco bell breakfast and there is a reason for that.

  11. Joan says:

    Jalapeno Honey sounds great! Oh my, I wonder how if it bodes well though. But damn. Sounds right up my alley. I’d love trying the c.star.. Those chicken in a tortilla things look boring though. At least add some lettuce or something for texture. Maybe lettuce, shredded cheese and (extra crunch, for me) red tortilla strips. Avocado might just rock this tortillas socks off! But just chicken and sauce? Snooze.

  12. Phipps says:

    Just had the Biscuit Taco with Gravy. Excellent!!! Quality ingredients, and tasted great. Couldn’t eat while driving though – gravy to messy. But, perfect amount of breakfast that hit the spot.

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