Taco Bell Is Testing a Dollar Breakfast Menu in California

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Breakfast burritos, sausage flatbread quesadillas, and breakfast soft tacos for a dollar?!
Taco Bell Tests $1 Breakfast Menu

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Taco Bell is currently testing out a dollar value breakfast menu in Fresno, California.

Mornings might get a little better sometime soon — Taco Bell is currently testing out a dollar breakfast menu in Fresno, California.

It’s called the $1 Morning Value Menu, and all of the items are $1 each, plus tax. The menu includes a grilled breakfast burrito with bacon, sausage, or fiesta potato; a mini skillet bowl; a sausage flatbread quesadilla; breakfast soft tacos; hash browns; and a new oat and blueberry flavor of Taco Bell’s Cinnabon Delights.

Taco Bell first launched their breakfast menu in March 2014, which is made up of the A.M. Crunchwrap, breakfast burritos, A.M. grilled tacos, a sausage flatbread melt, the revolutionary waffle taco — a sausage patty and scrambled eggs sandwiched between a waffle and drizzled with breakfast syrup.

We’ve gone on record as saying that Taco Bell’s breakfast is better than McDonald’s, but ever since McDonald’s announced all-day breakfast, we’ve been unsure of our alliances. If Taco Bell can roll out this breakfast value menu nationwide and has all-day breakfast, we’ll talk.

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