The Best Thing on Taco Bell's Breakfast Menu is the Coffee. Ay Chihuahua!
|Will Taco Bell's "First Meal" leave you filled with regret or tasty, tasty burrito bits?|
|Breakfast burritos from Taco Bell?|
We were surprised to see big name brands like Johnsonville sausage, Cinnabon, and Tropicana orange juice. It gave us hope. Even though we were eating Taco Bell at 8 in the morning, we were reassured by the hope that brands like that wouldn't allow their reputations to be tainted by terrible food.
Then we remembered that nothing good ever comes from eating Taco Bell at 8 in the morning. Still, couldn't all be bad. Could it?
Let's count down the menu offerings from best to absolute worst:
|Taco Bell's coffee ain't all bad.|
With coffee being the best thing on Taco Bell's new "First Meal" menu, abandon hope all ye who enter here...
|Taco Bell's bacon burrito isn't all bad. Minus the whole bacon business.|
|The steak and egg burrito.|
5. Bacon and Egg Burrito
Strange ham-like sodium nuggets passed off as bacon. Thankfully those "bacon" bits were practically nonexistent. Which means it's essentially an egg and cheese burrito. A very dry but unoffensive egg and cheese burrito, if powdered egg product is your kinda thing.
|Odd sausage pellets wrapped up in a burrito.|
Called hashbrowns because you have to be high on hash (here's lookin' at you Taco Bell R&D!) to consider this potato product edible. Equal parts oily and sticky, half of the hashbrown stuck to the wrapper and was left behind. Having half of it left behind was the only positive.