I had to give them a try and let my fellow TB fans know if they were worth the price and the effort as each kit is a little different. First is the beloved Crunchwrap which you can now make at home for $6.98 which is the same price as the Chipotle Chicken Quesadilla. For the price, I think it's worth it as you'll pay close to that if not more at the restaurant.
In addition, each Cravings Kit makes 4 servings so you can eat all 4 of them yourself or if you're feeding yourself and others, you'll have to account for that. Each kit features all of the shells and sauces you'll need but you'll need to add your protein of choice.
For most of us, we'll go using ground beef along with lettuce, tomato, and sour cream to finish off our Crunchwrap. As for the quesadilla, all you have to add for that is just chicken and your favorite cheese blend.
Are the Taco Bell At Home Craving Kits worth the effort?
While I do feel like the price is good for what you get, it's all about the effort. Between the two, the Chipotle Chicken Quesadilla kit is easier. All you have to do is take the tortilla, spread your sauces on each side, and add the chicken and cheese before toasting it. While it's pretty simple, it's incredibly tasty and ended up being something I ate off of twice.
Moving onto the Crunchwrap, I do think this is worth the effort if you're patient. For some reason, it took me a while to get the wrap down and it still wasn't that great. Either way, it was frustrating, trying to fold it and keep it together while cooking. Let's be say that Taco Bell won't be hiring me to either wrap or cook Crunchwraps anytime soon.
Regardless, I think this is a great idea if you're looking to get the same flavors from Taco Bell at home and don't feel like going out. Maybe you're looking to save money or just don't have a Taco Bell nearby. Either way, these Taco Bell At Home Cravings Kits are a great bang for your buck so I highly recommend them.