How To Eat Vegetarian And Meatless At Taco Bell

Apr 25, 2018 16:00

Meat free meals!

No meat? No problem.

Being a vegetarian is hard. You typically have to double check the ingredients before you eat anything, people assume because you’re vegetarian you’re judging everyone else and their lifestyle and when you go out to eat, options are limited. There are so many restaurants you just can’t eat at, and generally fast food isn’t even an option. Until Taco Bell.

To make it easier for our vegetarian friends, here are 7 vegetarian menu items at Taco Bell:

  • Bean Burrito
  • Cheese Quesadilla
  • 7 Layer Burrito
  • Fajita Quesadilla
  • Happy Hour Quesadilla Nachos
  • Side of Beans
  • Side of Rice
  • Chocodilla

Our menu items can also be modified however you like at the restaurant. Think you can dream up the ultimate taco or burrito? With Taco Bell’s completely customisable menu, the options are (almost) endless. And we’ve got a few modification ideas to get you started.

  • Soft Taco Supreme with Beans
  • Fajita Burrito with Beans instead of Meat
  • Grilled Stuft Burrito with Beans instead of Meat, and extra Guacamole

Now some of you may be thinking, “Where’s the Mexican Fries?” or “the Churros?” in this list? Don’t worry, we can explain. In our restaurants, we use the same frying oil to prepare menu items that may or may not contain meat. Therefore, menu items fried in oil like Fries, Nachos, Crunchy Taco Shells, Tostada Shells and Churros are not acceptable as vegetarian because of the potential cross contact.

It’s important to note that we cannot guarantee that cross contact with meat products will not occur. Neither Taco Bell, our employees, nor our franchisees assume any responsibility for such cross contact. For more information on allergens, click here.