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Oct 13, 2010

Review: Taco Bell - Orange 'N Cream Frutista Freeze

Taco Bell Orange Cream Frutista Freeze
Taco Bell's latest Frutista Freeze, the new Orange 'N Creme Frutista Freeze features an icy slush of orange slush blended with vanilla soft serve.

It costs $1.99 for a 16-ounce regular and $2.29 for a 20-ounce large at my local Taco Bell.

The Orange 'N Creme Frutista is not as syrupy as the other Frutista Freezes I've tried; it's more icy, at least the orange part is. Mine's came in a fairly uniform blended light orange rather than the swirls of white and orange represented in the promos.

Basically, it tastes like if you stuck an orange Creamsicle in a blender and switched it on for a little bit. So, it's pretty much a Creamsicle you can suck up a straw. The Sister thought there was a medicine-like aftertaste that she didn't care for, but I didn't taste it.

Since I didn't drink it all at once, I found out that the vanilla soft serve starts to separate in small bits if you stick it in the fridge. Not very appealing to the eyes after that, but if still tastes the same and you can always stir it back up. Personally, I'd rather just have the cheaper alternative of eating a Creamsicle.

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Nutritional Info - Orange 'N Creme Frutista (16oz)
Calories - 280 (from Fat - 20)
Fat - 2.5g (Saturated Fat - 1.5g)
Sodium - 150mg
Carbs - 61g (Sugar - 59g)
Protein - 4g


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