Naked Chicken Chips have made their triumphant return to Taco Bell, and you can eat them for breakfast, lunch, dinner and FourthMeal. The chain is releasing them as a chicken and biscuit combo AND in a more standard snacky form!
Stop by for breakfast and you can grab the glorified, triangular nuggets, served with fluffy, bite-sized biscuits and either jalapeno honey or nacho cheese dipping sauce, according to a Taco Bell press release via PR Newswire. Get these for $1.99 for a limited time and in limited locations as they company tests out the new offering.
Taco Bell is testing chicken and biscuits pic.twitter.com/wgsG1ZF1C3— Kate H. Taylor (@Kate_H_Taylor) October 5, 2017
As of now, I can only confirm that the unique breakfast is being served at select stores in Indianapolis, but if you crave the crunchy chicken, fear not! Naked Chicken is available across the nation in a few iterations that don't include mini biscuits but will still satisfy any cravings for the meat.
For $1.99, you can get a six-piece order of the Mexican-spiced marinated nuggets, served with Nacho Cheese sauce. Or you can enjoy them jammed into a Crispy Chicken Quesadilla alongside a three-cheese blend and creamy jalapeno sauce. Pick it up for $3.49 by itself or in a $5 Box with a Doritos Locos Taco, a Crunchy Taco and a medium drink.
Oh, and if you happen to be in Knoxville, Tennessee, you should totally try one more Naked Chicken limited edition item: the Bacon Ranch Naked Chicken Chalupa, which features the Naked Chicken taco shell you've been pining for since its abrupt departure. The chalupa gets packed with bacon, spicy ranch, lettuce, cheddar cheese and tomatoes, and you can get it for the same price as the Crispy Chicken Quesadilla, by itself or as a Box.
Fashionistas who wish to proclaim their love for the Mexican-American fast food chain can also head over to Forever 21 and grab Taco Bell-themed tops, bodysuits, hoodies and sweatshirts, as the two stores have teamed up to make clothes that the taco chain described as "hotter than Diablo Sauce," according to NPR.