Archive

Nov 12, 2013

News: Taco Bell - Cinnabon Delights Now Available Nationally

While Taco Bell's First Meal breakfast menu won't be available nationally until 2014, one of its items, Cinnabon Delights, have been made available early as part of Taco Bell's snackable dessert menu.

Previously only available at Taco Bell restaurants that offered breakfast, Cinnabon Delights can now be ordered all day nationwide.

The desserts are basically yeast donut holes filled with Cinnabon's signature cream cheese frosting and rolled in Cinnabon's trademark Makara cinnamon and sugar.

They come four to an order for $1.49 (may vary).

Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Cinnabon Delights - 4 pack (57g)
Calories - 260 (from Fat - 130)
Fat - 15g (Saturated Fat - 3.5g)
Sodium - 130mg
Carbs - 28g (Sugar - 16g)
Protein - 3g


Sharing
is Caring



13 comments:

  1. Ground turkey tastes better than ground beef in tacos. Good move Del Taco.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I picked these and the white chocolate ones up yesterday. The white chocolate isn't noteworthy at all but I quite enjoyed the pecan pie. I can't imagine steamrolling through an entire can in a spurt of laziness like I can the original flavor, but they were good. I definitely agree on the maple aspect but I think the nut aftertaste is there. The salt takes away from it, and even more so with the white chocolate.

    ReplyDelete
  3. At 79 cents that looks pretty great. I almost wish they would do the test at an even buck though.. then the markup wouldn't seem like it's nearly double (I know it's closer to 60 percent, but visually it feels like that)

    ReplyDelete
  4. If I'm remembering correctly all of the Grillers were originally 99 cents when they first came out, and you can still get them at that price during Happier Hour. I guess they figured they needed to make them even cheaper than that to get people to try the new one they're testing though.

    ReplyDelete
  5. These actually reminded me a lot of those Lay's Chicken & Waffles chips from earlier this year, which also had a strong maple flavor to them.

    ReplyDelete
  6. They do but less sweet, less salty, and less over the top.

    ReplyDelete
  7. What markets are they testing these in? Any in Missouri?

    ReplyDelete
  8. I've only spotted it at one location in Los Angeles. I've inquired further but most companies don't comment on tests unless they're pretty far along.

    ReplyDelete
  9. I tried them in Kalamazoo, Michigan a few days ago. They taste like poor donut holes with a oversweet filling. None of the creamy cream cheesiness of actual Cinnabon. Also lacking in the super cinnamon of actual Cinnabon. A bad brand dilution of Cinnabon. Not recommended!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Oh man, I loved these and I'm not typically a fan of fast food desserts. I can see myself ordering this over the carmel apple empanada.

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for commenting. If it helps any, you don't need to type a URL to leave a name.