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Taco Bell breakfast is absolutely wonderful

Let me just start out by saying I love Taco Bell. I could (and have) eat there everyday and be completely happy at the end of the week. So when I found out Taco Bell was going to be introducing breakfast at all restaurants, I was thrilled. Now, I could eat Taco Bell at all hours of the day.
I don’t know what it is about Taco Bell, but even the employees love being there. They’re always so happy, and this morning was no exception. So today, I got the Bacon AM Crunchwrap #14 Combo with orange juice and two Cinnabons. You can get a hash brown instead of the Cinnabons if you so choose, but I figured the AM Crunchwrap has a hash brown inside, I might as well get something else. The AM Crunchwrap is a bit smaller than a normal Crunchwrap, but just as packed with breakfast goodness. The first bite, I was hooked. I knew right there that Taco Bell breakfast had taken over as my favorite breakfast fast food place. The AM Crunchwrap has the perfect combination of eggs, cheese, spicy nacho sauce, big bacon bits, and hash brown all folded up into a wrap delight. The orange juice was just as good, they use Tropicana, but if orange juice isn’t your cup of tea, you can get coffee or any fountain drink. I can’t think of anything better than starting your day with Mountain Dew Baja Blast, but I’ll try that another time. And I can’t even begin to describe how great the conclusion of my AM Crunchwrap was with the two Cinnabons. Balls of cinnamon with sugary goo inside cannot be described thoroughly enough. They’re that good.
Please do yourself a favor, and wake up happy with Taco Bell breakfast. You won’t be disappointed.
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