Taco Bell isn't frightened of creative snack food mashups.
While the late-night fast-food chain's kitchen innovation gave us Doritos Locos and Cool Ranch Tacos, it sometimes resulted in dubious culinary selections.
A recent Reddit post reveals a divisive new creature. It displays a snapshot of Taco Bell's Irving, Calif., menu, which includes a gigantic Cheez-It.
The names confirm that a giant Cheez-It serves as a fried tortilla. The Cheez-It Tostada has ground beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and shredded cheese.
The second dish employs Cheez-It as the Crunchwrap's crunchy core.
Some readers say they'd eat Taco Bell's Cheez-It creations, but most perceive them as a joke and don't think they're real.
It's hardly surprising that Taco Bell uses Cheez-Its as taco "plates." Tex-Mex is known for limited-time snacks.
In 2016, the company debuted the Cheetos burrito and Air Heads White Mystery Freeze. Cool Ranch Doritos Locos Tacos were launched in a 2013 Vine video.