It cost me $4.99 for a bowl.
What's new here is the chicken, avocado ranch dressing, cheese, and sour cream. What's gone along with the old bowl are the citrus herb chicken, corn salsa and cilantro dressing.
The avocado ranch dressing is mostly ranch with a touch of creamy avocado. It's got more punch than the cilantro dressing and is also a more familiar flavor.
The cheese and sour cream adds a very standard Taco Bell one-two combo that finds itself in probably half the menu, if not more.
Overall, what's really happening is the new Cantina Power Bowl brings the Cantina Bowl back into the homey confines of the typical Taco Bell "taste." While it still tastes pretty good, it does narrow the band of available ingredients and flavors on the menu and in the bowl. It's not going to win Taco Bell any new converts, but should please the rank and file.
Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Power Cantina Bowl - Chicken (370g)
Calories - 490 (from Fat - 180)
Fat - 20g (Saturated Fat - 6g)
Sodium - 1270mg
Carbs - 49g (Sugar - 3g)
Protein - 29g
For reference purposes, I've included the nutrition info for the previous bowl below (you'll probably notice that the "Power" prefix is more marketing rather than signifying any substantial protein increase):
Calories - 560 (from Fat - 200)
Fat - 22g (Saturated Fat - 3.5g)
Sodium - 1520mg
Carbs - 64g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 26g