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What time does Taco Bell stop serving breakfast?

Taco Bell might be a relative new-comer to the breakfast scene, but its innovative menu made it an instant hit with fast food fans. Most chains offer an all-too-similar selection of breakfast sandwiches, but Taco Bell’s 15-item breakfast menu introduced us to items like the grilled breakfast burritos, AM Crunchwraps, and a breakfast quesadilla. So what time does Taco Bell stop serving breakfast? Taco Bell starts serving items from the breakfast menu at 6 a.m. Breakfast is then served until 11 a.m.—a full half hour later than other fast food chains like McDonald’s and Burger King, which need that time to clear their griddle space for the lunchtime burger menu. Breakfast is available for dine-in, carry-out, or drive-thru. In addition to its original breakfast items, Taco Bell also offers staples like hash browns, coffee, iced coffee, and a variety of sauces and add-ons to customize you meal. To find a…

How to order vegan from Taco Bell

Just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean you’re immune to late night hunger attacks or road trip snack stops. Vegans need their fast food fix just like the rest of us. If that growling stomach is sending you to the next Taco Bell, here’s what you can order from the menu without disregarding your lifestyle. Note: Taco Bell doesn’t guarantee that cross contact with meat products won’t occur. Additionally, some stores use the same frying oil to prepare vegan and non-vegan items, so depending on your level of commitment, you may want to ask additional questions when you arrive. 1. Crunchwrap The Crunchwrap is a beloved Taco Bell menu staple. And vegans can enjoy it, too. Just ask for beans instead of beef, and tell them to hold the sour cream and nacho cheese. Most locations won’t have any issues about sneaking you some extra salsa on top in place of…

This is the fastest drive-thru chain in America

It’s called “fast food” because it’s meant to be made, assembled, packaged and in your hands in mere minutes. But not all drive-thru dining establishments can deliver on this promise. There is, however, one fast food chain that delivers your order in the blink of an eye. A QSR Magazine study found that when you really need your order in a hurry, Burger King is the way to go. The restaurant chain best known for its flame broiled burgers was the fastest drive-thru chain in America in 2018. The study found that it only took three minutes and 13 seconds from the point of ordering, to the moment the order arrived in the hands of the customer. https://www.instagram.com/p/BmOKSFFnPUV/?taken-by=burgerking Trailing Burger King’s record came Dunkin’, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, Arby’s, Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, Chick-fil-A, and McDonald’s — in that order. (Popular In-N-Out Burger and Bojangles’ were not included in the study because…

This is how many calories your drunk fast food stop is costing you, study shows

Anyone who has even stayed out late drinking knows that inevitably someone suggests a stop for greasy fast food on the ride home. There’s a reason why places like Taco Bell and Waffle House are open until the sun is practically up. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that this kind of food isn’t doing your diet any favors, but it’s hard not to take a peek at just how extensive the damage. Rehabs.com is responsible for dropping this guilt bomb on your day. The educational website surveyed more than 5,900 people about their post-heavy drinking habits to gather data on national trends. Across the country, McDonald’s and Waffle House are two of the most well-loved, late night options. Denny’s, IHOP and Wendy’s are also top finishers. But the most popular post-heavy drinking food stop was none other than Taco Bell (did you really think it would be anywhere else?). Despite Taco Bell’s sizable healthy…

Taco Bell raids candy counter for new Strawberry Skittles Freeze

Taco Bell is expanding its flavor border into another candy … Skittles. The fast-food chain recently launched its Strawberry Skittles Freeze, and reaction on social media has been mostly positive: Big thanks to @TacoBell for helping me fulfill one of my life’s dreams: Become a Freeze flavor at Taco Bell. 👏👏👏 https://t.co/ndAiJ0Kri9 — Skittles (@Skittles) March 12, 2018 me: i’m going to eat clean starting today!! taco bell: what about this new skittles freeze? — amanda lovelace 🔥 (@ladybookmad) March 11, 2018 I tried that new skittles drink from Taco Bell and it did taste like diabetes — Raychel Rae (@RaychelRemmert) March 15, 2018 Got that new Skittles Freeze from Taco Bell and Uhh YEAH go there immediately, get 78 of’em and thank me later 🔴 — ᴡɪɴɢ ᴢᴇʀᴏ💥 (@SSBlueVegeta) March 14, 2018 didn’t think true love existed till taco bell released skittles freezes — Jared (@jaredosborne14) March 11, 2018…

Where to get free tacos on National Taco Day, Oct. 4

Americans love tacos. We ate 4.5 billion of them last year — that’s 490,000 miles of tacos! But like so many foods, the origins of the taco are unknown. Some historians theorize they date to the 18th century silver mines in Mexico, because the word “taco” referred to the charges the miners would use to excavate ore. These pieces of paper were wrapped around gunpowder and inserted into holes cared into the rock — Not totally unlike a delicious flour tortilla wrapped around perfectly seasoned beef, cheese and tomatoes and inserted into your mouth. Whatever it’s origins, here are places you can celebrate National Taco Day, Oct. 4 on the cheap: Baja Fresh: JoinClub Baja and get a free taco. Chuy’s Tex-Mex: The Austin, Texas-based chain will give away a crispy beef taco with any order for $1. Chuy’s is also offering $1 Mexican beers. Del Taco: Raving Fan club members get two free…

20 Snack Foods You Didn’t Know Were Vegan

Just because you’re vegan, doesn’t mean you can’t indulge. More people are attempting vegan lifestyles than ever before. Living the vegan way means no dairy, eggs, meat, honey, leather or anything that’s a byproduct of animals, but the number of vegan products and substitutes is on the rise, making the switch easier than ever. But just because you’re vegan doesn’t mean you have to get excited over celery sticks when your friends are savoring Sour Patch Kids. Life would be way less fun if you could never share in snacking with friends or family. Here are a handful of acceptable vegan treats — only because they’re animal-friendly (definitely no health claims here). These foods are almost certainly vegan on accident, but that doesn’t mean they don’t count! 1. Sun Chips Original These wavy, square chips are a staple in many vending machines and can save vegans in a hunger pinch. 2. Oreos The classic…