I’m just gonna say what we’re all thinking – Taco Bell is the greatest fast food joint of all time. I honestly don’t know what I would do without the mighty T-Bell in my life. Sometimes when I’m having a bad day, the only thing that gets me through is a fat, sloppy taco from my favorite restaurant.

There’s something truly numinous about a meal from Taco Bell. I just can’t get enough of it. Today dear reader, I am going to give you what are (in my opinion) the best items on the menu so that you don’t have to spend the money trying to find out yourself. In reverse order – here we go.

5. Cinnabon Delights

No true food list would be complete without a savory dessert. These little guys are absolutely delicious. They're the perfect way to end your artery clogging Mexican feast.

4. The Beefy Frito Burrito

Now, there are a couple of modifications that you have to make to this little fella in order to really perfect it. Be sure to add sour cream, extra nacho cheese, and the creamy jalapeno spread for maximum taste. Trust me, it's awesome.

  1. Chicken Quesalupa

Oh yes, who doesn’t love a good chicken quesalupa? The secret to making this even more delicious is by asking them to add nacho cheese.

  1. Beefy 5 Layer

The beefy 5 layer burrito is a near perfect specimen except for one little problem – IT COMES WITH BEANS. Personally I really dislike beans on my tacos. I think it’s gross. Ditch the beans and this little treasure rightfully earns 2nd place on this list.

  1. Beef Quesarito

Personally, I just don’t think that it gets any better than this. Rice, cheese, beef, and sour cream all packed into one wrap. Not to mention, this thing is HUGE. By far my favorite item on any fast food menu ever. Give it a try. You won’t be disappointed.

This is the list of items that I get basically every Saturday night. Be sure to wash it all down with a Baja Blast and you're golden. There are two T-Bells in the St. Cloud area - one 8th Avenue SE, and one one on 2nd Street S. They're both fine establishments.

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