Fast food favorites we wish they’d bring back

Keep reading to see if your former favorite fast food item made our memorial list.

Taco Bell’s Volcano Burrito

This 800-calorie monstrosity included ground beef, Mexican rice, crunchy red tortilla strips, sour cream, cheddar cheese and a “lava” sauce — a creamy cheese mixture that was twice as spicy as regular hot sauce.

Taco Bell’s Bell Beefer

Newer Taco Bell fanatics may not even know about the 1970s Bell Beefer. If you like Sloppy Joes, then you’ll be sad to know that this Taco Bell take on the venerable sammy left the menu in the 1990s.

Taco Bell’s Quesarito

This combination of quesadilla and  burrito can still be ordered online for now, although you won’t be able to order it at restaurants themselves.

Taco Bell’s Waffle Taco

In 2014, Taco Bell created a line of breakfast items, including the Waffle Taco. Made with scrambled eggs, a sausage patty and maple syrup all held within a waffle shaped like a taco. It only lasted until 2015.

Taco Bell’s Mexican Pizza

A staple since 1985, it was ripped away from die-hard Taco Bell fans with little to no warning in the thick of the pandemic.

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