Give me a break.
A quesadilla stuffed with Kit Kats?
A quesadilla filled with Twix?
They’re for real, alright, at Taco Bell, which is testing candy-filled quesadillas at locations in Wisconsin.
The “Chocoladilla” jettisons the traditional cheese filling and replaces it with bits of melted Kit Kats or Twix, reports Consumerist. They cost $1 each.
“Taco Bell is basically a deep-fried stick of butter away from being a food booth at your local state fair,” writes Consumerist.
Brand Eating notes that the United Kingdom and a few other countries overseas got the first taste of the chocolatey quesadillas last year, where the limited-time offering treats were called “Chocodillas.”
Early reaction runs a wide gamut, from “I’ll try that” enthusiasm to flat-out rejection.
The harshest words seem to be coming from people who haven’t even tried them yet.
(OK, that would include us.)
“Taco Bell is now serving a Kit Kat quesadilla, as if that needed to happen,” sniped the Bravo network.
What can we say? Some of us just prefer “queso” in our quesadillas.