Taco Bell Has a BRAND-NEW Freeze That Looks Like Summer in a Cup

If you're craving sun and sea, you'll love the new Taco Bell Freeze.

So, remember last year when Taco Bell removed a ton of fan-favorite items from the menu? Well, customers weren’t too pleased, and this year, the fast-food giant decided to bring some of those items back on the menu in honor of their 59th anniversary. They’ve already brought back the Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes (and if there’s one thing we need after last year, it’s cheese-covered crispy spuds) and the ridiculously cheesy Quesalupa. They’ve even added new options for vegetarians, which means there’s a variety of healthier picks on the menu. The latest update, however, is a brand-new Taco Bell Freeze that sounds perfect for summer!

The Wild Strawberry Lemonade Freeze Is Totally Berry-licious

While last summer’s pina colada-like Pineapple Whip Freeze might’ve been delicious, the brand-new Wild Strawberry Lemonade Freeze seems set to surpass it. Made with the flavors of sweet strawberry and tart lemonade in the drink’s signature frozen texture, this new addition just screams summer! It’s the perfect way to wash down a Crunchwrap Supreme smothered in Fire Sauce or cool down on a sunny day.

When Will It Be Available?

As of March, it’s available nationwide at all Taco Bell drive-thrus. You can get the new drink in a regular size for $2.59, and in a large for $2.79. With a 20 cent difference in the sizes, we say go for the large and treat yourself—you deserve it. And if you’re looking for a real deal, participating Taco Bell locations also have Happy Hours from 2pm to 5pm, which means you can get your hands on the brand new drink for just $1! Don’t forget to check out some of the cool options on their secret menu while you’re at it, like the Tie-Dye Freeze and the Cheesarito.

If you’re worried about overindulging, Taco Bell is actually one of the healthiest fast food options out there, so go ahead and order up!

Amrita Thakkar
Amrita is an Assistant Digital Editor at Taste of Home. As a writer and amateur photographer, she often ends up applying these skills to her one great love: food. She can usually be found researching global cuisines, at the farmers market, doing yoga, or looking up new places to travel to.