Taco Bell's New Grande Quesadilla Slice is Made for Eating on the Go

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jul 18, 2016
References: brandeating
In an effort to cater to the growing number of consumers eating on the go, Taco Bell has introduced a more portable dish called the 'Grande Quesadilla Slice.' Drawing inspiration from the portability of a traditional pizza slice, the new dish allows consumers to enjoy a tasty Mexican meal without the need for utensils.

The Grande Quesadilla Slice is a handheld dish that comes in the shape of a slice of pizza. The new item was first spotted at a Taco Bell location in Ohio and it features the same meat, jalapeno sauce and three-cheese blend as the chain's regular quesadilla. The only difference is that the new dish is made with a diamond-shaped flour tortilla that is folded into a triangular slice.

With its mess-free design and tasty filling, Taco Bell's new quesadilla option is perfect for those who don't have time for a sit down meal.