It’s officially February, and you know what that means—it’s Super Bowl season, baby! Time to get your sports-loving’ friends together and throw the greatest Super Bowl party the football world has ever known. No matter how many people you’ve got coming, one fact always rings true. You need some stellar food to feed that pack of hungry football fans. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our long list of favorite easy Super Bowl bites. Satisfaction guaranteed!
But you deserve to relax a little—maybe you don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen, or you want some delicious fast food to go with your homemade apps. That’s why the Taco Bell Game Day Box is perfect for a well-deserved day of R&R… and crunchy tacos.
What’s In Taco Bell’s Game Day Box?
The essential contents of this immaculate bundle of food are as follows: 4 crunchy tacos, 8 crispy chicken wings, 2 spicy ranch dips and an entire Mexican Pizza. While Taco Bell isn’t necessarily known for its chicken wings, I’m sure they’ll knock it out of the park the way they do with everything else. As for the Mexican Pizza, I will find a way to keep that all to myself.
We all love Taco Bell for its ridiculously craveable menu items, and this box just puts the cherry on top of it all. Feed your family and make ’em happy without worrying about spending all night in the kitchen.
Taco Bell just gets it, you know?
When Can I Get the Taco Bell Game Day Box?
This limited-time deal started back on Jan. 23 and runs through Feb. 9 at participating locations while supplies last. You can grab the entire box for just $22. And while all Taco Bells are perfect in their own way, they’re not all the same. That’s why Taco Bell has created a Wings Filter in its app to show which locations have them available. Order ahead on the app or in person. Happy eating!
Taco Bell Copycat Recipes to Try
These hearty and zippy burritos can be whipped up in a jiffy. —Kimberly Hardison, Maitland, Florida
Don't plan on coming away with clean fingers after digging into these cheese fries! For a more authentic copycat, add some of this homemade taco seasoning
to your fries.
This is a really simple, tasty breakfast. It has been a mainstay for our mornings together as a family. —Jo Ferguson, Arnold, Missouri
We serve these quesadillas as chili dippers or load them up with salsa and sour cream for a super starter. —Terri Keeney, Greeley, Colorado
This mouthwatering chicken burrito recipe makes enough for two casseroles, so you can enjoy one today and freeze the other for a busy weeknight. They're super to have on hand for quick meals or to take to potlucks. —Sonya Nightingale, Burley, Idaho.
Nothing is better than freshly made guacamole when you're eating something spicy. It is easy to whip together in a matter of minutes and quickly tames anything that's too hot. —Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas
You only need a handful of ingredients to make one of our family’s favorites. It's also easy to double for company! —Susan Brown, Kansas City, Kansas
I found this recipe in an old school cookbook, and I've taken it to many potlucks since then. The layers look so pretty in a glass bowl. —Sandy Fynaardt, New Sharon, Iowa
Burritos for breakfast
? Why not! These zesty little handfuls will wake up your taste buds and start your day with a smile. And you can make and freeze them ahead, then just pop them into the microwave for a quick meal. —Linda Wells, St. Mary's, Georgia
My family loves these tacos. The chicken cooks in the slow cooker, so it’s convenient to throw together before I leave for work. Then we just roll it up in tortillas with the remaining ingredients and dinner’s ready in minutes. —Cheryl Newendorp, Pella, Iowa
This zesty dip is great for any get-together and allows me to spend more time with my guests. I always have requests to bring it when my husband and I attend parties. —Sally Hull, Homestead, Florida
I wanted an easy alternative to deep-fried chalupas, so I bake them with filling on top. —Magdalena Flores, Abilene, Texas
Zap one of these frozen burritos in the microwave and you'll stave off hunger all morning. This recipe is my family’s favorite combo, but I sometimes use breakfast sausage instead of bacon. —Audra Niederman, Aberdeen, South Dakota
Zesty salsa and tender strips of steak make these traditional fajitas extra special. —Rebecca Baird, Salt Lake City, Utah
Leftover chicken gets Mexican flair from cumin in this fun main dish. The chicken quesadilla recipe has an impressive look and taste yet requires little preparation. —Linda Wetzel, Woodland Park, Colorado
I love burritos, but the frozen ones are high in salt and chemicals. So I created these. They're wonderful to have on hand for quick dinners or late-night snacks—I've even had them for breakfast! —Laura Winemiller, Delta, Pennsylvania
My mom gave me a fundraiser cookbook, and this is the recipe I’ve used most. My whole family is on board. For toppings, think sour cream, tomatoes, jalapeno and red onion. —Judy Hughes, Waverly, Kansas
I have a son who lives in Mexico, so we don’t see him very often. When I make these burritos, it feels as if he is right there at the table with us, inhaling them. —Marina Castle, Canyon Country, California
A taco seasoning made from scratch with pantry staples deliciously jazzes up ground beef, turning Tuesday night into an all-out fiesta. Add your favorite toppings, and dinner is served! —Rebecca Levesque, St. George, New Brunswick
After a busy day, this is a dish that I can get on the table fast. The recipe came about totally by accident: I started throwing things together and soon I had a winner! Everyone who has tried these burritos goes home with the recipe. —Amanda Alford, Hopedale, Illinois