If you’ve been eating Taco Bell for a long time and have never tried the Crunchwrap Supreme, let me tell you, you’ve been missing out. In a nutshell, it is a hexagonal-shaped tortilla stuffed with ground beef, sour cream, tomatoes, lettuce, and nacho cheese sauce.
The Crunchwrap Supreme is 530 calories total, with 21g fat, 71g carbs, and 16g protein. It is approximately $3.69, but that varies based on your location.
When you look at it, it looks like a tortilla stuffed with things and then pressed in a panini grill or similar. And that’s pretty much what it is.
Biting into the Crunchwrap Supreme reveals many flavors that blend together to create a unified taste. Each individual ingredient works well to contribute to the taste of it.
It has a soft bite, but the interior flat hard shell piece gives it some crunch. Overall, I’d rank this as a softer food rather than a hard one. It is not like a hard shell taco, but rather, more like a soft taco with a bit of a crunch on the inside of it.
The Crunchwrap Supreme has long been one of my favorite items at Taco Bell, and thus, I highly recommend anyone that hasn’t tried it to give it a go. It will most definitely surprise you and your taste buds.