There’s no need to go out to enjoy your favorite Taco Bell recipes!
With these copycat versions, you can delight in quesadillas, tacos, burritos, and all the best from Taco Bell right in the comfort of your home.
Sure, it’s easier to just order in, but it’s much more affordable to cook at home. Plus, these dishes are not difficult!
Most Taco Bell offerings use the same ingredients, too, so you can make different recipes all at once.
Even better, you’ll get to decide how salty, savory, or spicy you want your dishes to be.
You can add as much or as little toppings as you want, too.
Bored at home? Have your friends over and impress them with your homemade Taco Bell fiesta!
The tacos, burritos, and Crunchwrap Supreme are among my favorite Taco Bell offerings.
But none of them would be near as good without the Diablo sauce!
This signature hot sauce makes these Mexican delights even more mouthwatering. With this sauce, the heat is definitely on.
I was over the moon when I found this copycat recipe. There are ton of copycats out there, but this is by far, the most accurate one.
Thanks to this recipe, I can use my favorite hot sauce not only on Mexican food but on any dish I want to add excitement to.
This copycat recipe is so on point, it’ll give Taco Bell a run for its money.
Who needs drive-thru when you can make Taco Bell’s signature offering at home?
The key to these drool-worthy tacos? The ground beef.
Seasoned perfectly with cumin, chili powder, and garlic salt, I don’t mind gobbling it up on its own.
I try not to, though, because it tastes ridiculously amazing when turned into tacos.
There is a special place in my heart for Taco Bell’s Crunchwrap Supreme.
It brings back a lot of teen memories with friends, so the mere sight of this beauty makes me smile.
So when I saw this copycat recipe, I immediately knew I had to try it. And I must say, I’m impressed!
I love how they’re pan-fried so the flour tortilla becomes nice and crunchy. There’s also a corn tortilla inside, adding to the crunch.
For the filling, there’s ground beef, nacho cheese, and sour cream, to name a few.
Wow, my tastebuds are already tingling just talking about it!
Taco Bell’s chicken quesadilla also ranks high on my list.
Besides its overall deliciousness, what makes it extra special is the hot and creamy sauce oozing over it.
That said, you can’t make this copycat recipe before nailing that sauce. Thankfully, it’s pretty easy.
It requires basic ingredients that are most likely available in your pantry today. I’m talking mayo, jalapenos, and a few spices.
Make ground beef the same way Taco Bell does, and you’ll be one step closer to recreating the chain’s most famous offerings.
While most groceries do have Taco Bell spice packets available for the taking, don’t settle for those!
Follow this recipe to a tee to guarantee delicious, Taco Bell-tasting ground beef.
Once you have the beef covered, all that’s left is to assemble your soft-shell tacos. It’s easy – flour tortilla – ground beef – lettuce – cheese. Voila!
I mean, the photo alone tells you how good Taco Bell’s Beef Meximelt is.
This is why it makes me so sad that Taco Bell discontinued the food item when they revamped their menu back in 2019.
If you’re a fan of Meximelt just like I am, rejoice! You can recreate the delicious treat with this recipe. It’s so easy!
Pro-tip: to achieve Taco Bell’s finely ground beef crumbles, use a potato masher or a meat chopper.
Can’t decide between soft shell or hard tacos? Well, who says you have to? With double-decker tacos, you’ll get to enjoy both.
While most Mexican people frown upon crunchy taco shells, let’s be honest, they’re delicious. They’re messy to eat but so good nonetheless.
The combo of hard and soft-shell tacos makes my mouth water like no other. The playful texture contrast is absolutely to die for!
Two fried tortillas with refried beans and seasoned ground beef in between, and enchilada sauce and melty cheese on top – what a beautiful abomination!
Trust Taco Bell to put their creative spin on the Italian classic. This double-decker pizza is the stuff of legends!
It’s so sinful and decadent, you won’t be able to stop eating it.
By now, you’ve probably already deciphered that all Taco Bell copycat recipes call for the Taco Bell seasoning.
Instead of following a bunch of different seasoning recipes, why not just stick to one?
Make a huge batch and use it for all your Taco Bell favorites!
With a simple blend of sugar and spices, this seasoning will give your Mexican dishes that iconic Taco Bell flavor.
Look at all that cheese! I can’t get enough!
The Taco Bell Quesarito is a crunchy, cheesy, meaty delight I can eat for days on end.
Seasoned beef, Latin rice, and nacho cheese are rolled in a soft tortilla to make one epic wrap.
Sadly, the word on the street is Taco Bell is about to discontinue this mouthwatering treat, for reasons I will never understand.
Thankfully, you can make a good copycat at home. Just bookmark this recipe and you’re on your way.
If you do the meat the right way, nothing can stop you from making the most scrumptious Taco Bell copycats.
This recipe is for soft tacos, but you can also use the same seasoned ground beef to make burritos, tacos, and even pizza.
That said, I highly suggest you triple the recipe!
Soft shell tacos are loaded with red tortilla strips for a crunchy surprise.
While the ground beef, nacho cheese, lettuce, and cheese are all great, the red tortilla strips are what make these tacos impossible to resist.
I love the textural contrast between soft and crunchy tortillas. It’s like eating nachos and tacos at the same time!
This super quick, super easy recipe will satisfy your burrito craving in no time. It’s a perfect addition to your weekly meal rotation.
It’s meatless, but it doesn’t mean it’s boring. Loaded with beans, cheddar cheese, and red sauce, this burrito is just as good as any.
The Taco Bell Tostada looks somewhat like a pizza, but its flavors are definitely Mexican.
Crunchy baked tortilla is filled with nacho cheese, seasoned ground beef, lettuce, crushed taco shells, salsa, tomatoes, and even more cheese.
It’s so mind-blowingly delicious, it’s hard to share! Be sure to make a lot.
Taco Bell Crunchwraps for the win! The crunchy, meaty, cheesy goodness is a feast for the eyes and the palate.
They’re not exactly healthy, though. So if you’re craving them but don’t want to ruin your healthy lifestyle, this recipe is calling your name.
Thanks to the air fryer, you can enjoy your favorite Taco Bell offering without the guilt.
As heartbreaking as it may be, we’ll just have to accept that Taco Bell doesn’t make this burrito anymore.
But it’s okay, you can take comfort in this recipe.
With this copycat recipe, your Fritos burrito-yearning heart will smile again.
Don’t worry, it’s easy and doesn’t require pro-cooking skills.
Seven different colors, flavors, and textures star this delicious burrito!
This may be a copycat, but it’s the real deal. Heck, it’s even better than the original.
With the seven-layer burrito, you’ll get refried pinto beans, guacamole, pepper Jack cheese, Mexican rice, tomatoes, sour cream, and of course, the tortilla.
How awesome is that??
Here’s the kicker – it’s 100% vegetarian! Everyone gets to enjoy the fun.
These Taco Bell stackers are sensational! I can’t even begin to explain how ridiculously delicious this is.
Soft flour tortillas are filled with nacho sauce, ground beef, and cheddar, and folded into 3 to make a triangular pocket of gorgeousness.
The love child of enchilada and burrito, the Taco Bell Enchirito has everything you love in the two classics.
A soft tortilla wrap is filled with refried beans, seasoned beef, and onions, and is smothered with a rich red sauce and shredded cheese.
Once you pop that bad boy in the microwave, the cheese melts into ooey-gooey perfection.
You can end there, or take it one step further with a dollop of sour cream and green onions. Delicioso!
Make your Taco Bell masterpieces even more mouthwatering with the Baja sauce.
This creamy concoction is the perfect way to complete your dish.
The ingredients list is long, but you don’t need to head out to the store to get them. They’re most probably in your pantry already!
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