Loaded Taco Style Nacho Fries coming soon to Taco Bell

If you are a regular reader of Guilty Eats (and what person who calls themselves a foodie isn’t?) you may remember that a few months ago we mentioned that Taco Bell was testing out a couple new versions of their popular Nacho Fries. We took this to mean that The Bell was planning to bring the fan favorite menu item back once again for all to enjoy.

Now we have discovered that yes, the beloved Nacho Fries are indeed returning to a Taco Bell near you. If you want to go celebrate for a few minutes be our guest. We can wait.

All good? Glad to hear it. But the news doesn’t end there. It has been revealed that as well as Nacho Fries, Taco Bell will be debuting a new version of the legendary side order. Called Loaded Taco Style Nacho Fries, think of it as everything you love about a taco and Nacho Fries combined into one glorious item.

According to the taco lovers at Chewboom, both will begin appearing at your local Taco Bell on July 22 for a limited time. So you may want to get in line now and avoid the rush.

Don’t miss the Taco Bell Nacho Fries trailer for Fry Force.

For those that may not know, Nacho Fries are French fries seasoned with glorious Mexican seasonings and served with a side of nacho cheese sauce. As for the Loaded Taco Style Nacho Fries, they take nacho Fries and top them with ground beef, cheese sauce, spicy ranch sauce, red strips, lettuce tomatoes and cheddar cheese.

Because everything is better with cheddar cheese.

In addition, you may remember that whenever Nacho fries returned to Taco Bell, it was usually accompanied by some kick-ass television ads, usually a fake coming attraction for a new movie and this year is no exception. This time the ads will feature trailers for the new anime-inspired hit Fry Force.

As with every time Nacho Fries have returned, they will be gone before you know it. So get them while you can at a Taco Bell near you.

What do you think Guilty Eaters? Are you thrilled beyond reason that Nacho Fries are once again available? Leave a comment below and let us know or join the conversation on our Twitter and Facebook pages.