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Taco Bell UK Creates Kit Kat ‘Quesadilla’

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Taco Bell UK’s newest quirky creation is a Kit Kat Chocodilla, made with chocolate instead of cheese

We’re glad Taco Bell decided to skip out on the cheese for this one.

Taco Bell UK has released a dessert that’s raising more than a few eyebrows: the Kit Kat Chocodilla, also known as a quesadilla filled with Kit Kats.It may sound unappetizing, but Taco Bell has skimped out on the “queso” part of a quesadilla in favor of the chocolate wafer candies for this dessert flour tortilla stuffed with melted Kit Kat bars.

The dessert is available for a limited time for 1.29 pounds ($1.58) with any combo purchase, according to Brand Eating.

The Chocodilla made with melted chocolate chips is already a dessert option in international Taco Bell locations, and frankly, sounds a lot more appealing than the American Capt’n Crunch Delight doughnut holes stuffed with sweet milk icing. However, the Kit Kat Chocodilla should be fairly simple to emulate: All you need is a grill press and some leftover Halloween candy. Snickers Chocodilla, anyone?


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Want a Kit-Kat or Twix in your quesadilla? Taco Bell's ɼhocoladilla' is the abomination for you

Taco Bell has announced their latest crime against dietary health will soon be coming to the United States. And I am so ready for it.

You may remember Taco Bell as the place that thought turning Dorito chips into taco shells was too tame, and so they turned fried chicken into taco shells too.

Apparently, the company has been serving their "chocadillas" -- quesadillas with melted chocolate chips instead of melted cheese -- for some time overseas. And while I don't think that sounds very good per se, I would absolutely try it. So I'm kind of offended that I can't have one, but the British can. I mean, did we lose a war or something?

Fortunately, an even more monstrous amalgamation of pseudo-Mexican cuisine and dessert foods is on the way to America.

Taco Bell has announced that their new, upgraded chocadilla will be coming to select locations in the United States, and moreover, it will feature Kit-Kat or Twix bars instead of measly chocolate chips.

Finally, we here in the United States will no longer suffer under the injustice and tyranny of Taco Bell's dessert menu! Freedom!

The products (called "chocoladillas" here in the US) are scheduled for a test run in a few select Wisconsin locations. And as soon as they're available around here, I promise that the Life & Culture team will give them a taste test.

Until then, here's a few other weird foods we've tried lately:

  • Mystery Oreos are best kept as a mystery: We taste tested every fall flavor we could find
  • BBQ peanuts and caramel? We tried Hershey's 'Flavors of America' candy so you don't have to
  • Cheap beer taste test: We pick the top macrobrew for Labor Day
  • Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino: purple monstrosity or neon nightmare?

Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.


Watch the video: KitKat Quesadilla Taste Test (August 2022).