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thems 'da breaks?!....Taco Bell introduces new '$5 Breakfast Box'.....
Posted by: NewtonMP2100
Date: March 17, 2022 12:10PM
....and Cinnabon Delights coffee.....the Box includes: Grande Toasted Breakfast Burrito, hash browns, two Cinnabon Delights, and your choice of coffee or a medium fountain drink.........


......and bringing back 'Nacho Fries'....but at higher price....


Taco Bell Debuts New $5 Breakfast Box & Cinnabon Delights Coffee

Your favorite T-Bell dessert is now available in a caffeinated form.

....Unless you're a morning person, the am commute can be difficult. We know it, you know it, and Taco Bell knows it, which is exactly why the fast food restaurant is doing the most to brighten those early hours.

Not only is the fan-favorite fast food chain turning its beloved Cinnabon Delights into an actual coffee, but it s also introducing a $5 Breakfast Box that gets you a Grande Toasted Breakfast Burrito, hash browns, two Cinnabon Delights, and your choice of coffee or a medium fountain drink.

Now let's talk about that Cinnabon Delights Coffee. The new menu addition is made from Taco Bell's premium-roast coffee and blended with cream and Cinnabon cinnamon flavoring. You can get it either iced or hot for $2.29.


It's not all about the rookies, though. Taco Bell is also bringing back a bestseller, Nacho Fries. On Tuesday, the company announced the crispy spuds' official return to menus on March 10. The only caveat? They'll set you back a little extra. According to our own investigative journalism, the Nacho Fries will run you $1.49 à la carte and $5.49 as part of the Nacho Fries Box, while the previous prices were $1.39 and $5. It's certainly not going to keep us from our late-night craving, but it's something to consider.

Here's where you can make up for the deficit: Taco Bell Rewards members can get a free order of Nacho Fries with any order of $1 or more between March 24 and March 26. Grubhub users can also get in on the freebie with an order of $15 or more from March 27 to April 13.



....it's a.....*****.....in a box......?!






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Re: thems 'da breaks?!....Taco Bell introduces new '$5 Breakfast Box'.....
Posted by: macphanatic
Date: March 17, 2022 12:37PM
Taco Bell - the one place that everyone can get gas for under $4.
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Re: thems 'da breaks?!....Taco Bell introduces new '$5 Breakfast Box'.....
Posted by: RecipeForDisaster
Date: March 17, 2022 01:43PM
That breakfast box sounds like a day's worth of food for me.
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Re: thems 'da breaks?!....Taco Bell introduces new '$5 Breakfast Box'.....
Posted by: jdc
Date: March 17, 2022 03:17PM
Sounds delish. Except for the coffee part.

Ive always been a fan of the $5 box. Just hate that they serve pepsi. barf smiley





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Re: thems 'da breaks?!....Taco Bell introduces new '$5 Breakfast Box'.....
Posted by: Carnos Jax
Date: March 17, 2022 03:17PM
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RecipeForDisaster
That breakfast box sounds like a day's worth of food for me.

Calorically speaking, it is.
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Re: thems 'da breaks?!....Taco Bell introduces new '$5 Breakfast Box'.....
Posted by: Zoidberg
Date: March 17, 2022 05:25PM
Are they still trying to make Taco Bell breakfast a thing?



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Re: thems 'da breaks?!....Taco Bell introduces new '$5 Breakfast Box'.....
Posted by: Racer X
Date: March 17, 2022 08:29PM
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RecipeForDisaster
That breakfast box sounds like a day's worth of food calories for me.
FTFY



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