REVIEW: Taco Bell 7-Layer Nacho Fries

I’ve never thought about finding out if there are actually seven layers with every 7-layer dip that comes my way. I just blindly shovel tortilla chips with a Tex-Mex rainbow of ingredients on them.

My mind is on this stupid tangent because Taco Bell’s new 7-Layer Nacho Fries technically has eight ingredients smothering a bed of the chain’s Nacho Fries — seasoned beef, black beans, guacamole, nacho cheese sauce, reduced-fat sour cream, creamy chipotle sauce, tomatoes, and shredded cheddar cheese.

I understand that combining the two cheese products will make seven. But, if we’re using Taco Bell math, shouldn’t the Beefy 5-Layer Burrito be the Beefy 4-Layer Burrito since it comes with seasoned beef, beans, sour cream, nacho cheese sauce, and cheese? Yeah, I’ve spent too much time thinking about this.

Also, because I’ve been thinking way too much about 7-layer dip purity, what we have with this Taco Bell menu item aren’t layers like with a dip at a party. It’s more like various colored bloops, gloops, glops, and blops on the fries.

But enough with my seven layers of insanity. How does this new menu item taste? As expected, it tastes great. It also tastes familiar since there’s no new sauce, and it has ingredients that have seen each other so many times in other products.

Since the toppings weren’t in layers, I dipped fries in various ingredients, but that was inefficient. So I thought it was best to mix everything. That resulted in consecutive forkfuls not tasting the same and the least appetizing photo in this review. The somewhat spicy creamy chipotle sauce, nacho cheese sauce, and tomatoes stand out the most. But everything else blends to create a pot of flavor that you’d taste at the end of a Tex-Mex rainbow.

If you’ve been enjoying all of these loaded Nacho Fries varieties, I’m sure you’ll also enjoy all the bloops, gloops, glops, and blops the Taco Bell 7-Layer Nacho Fries have to offer.

Purchased Price: $5.99*
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: 610 calories, 39 grams of fat, 8 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 35 milligrams of cholesterol, 1420 milligrams of sodium, 50 grams of carbohydrates, 10 grams of fiber, 3 grams of sugar, and 15 grams of protein.

*Because I live on a rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, things are a bit pricier here. You’ll probably pay less than I did.

10 thoughts to “REVIEW: Taco Bell 7-Layer Nacho Fries”

    1. Yeah…woof. Gotta say: That last picture definitely looks like the “after” version of those things. haha

  1. They’re testing a new one here, a takeoff of the grilled cheese burrito, has steak on top of fries then they grill cheese on top, also a spicy version with jalapenos

  2. They gave me seven layers fry’s in error! And it was the worst thing I’ve ever had. It only had about 10 French fries small damn of avocado and a small dab of beans supposed to have tomatoes and sour cream but it was truly sad!
    Never again

  3. Please get better resolution photos. What makes you think that low resolution photo would be an appropriate quality. On a food blogging site the photos are just as important as the review.
    Do better.

    1. First off, thank you for being a nag about this. No, seriously. Thank you very much. Because when I upload the photos to the site they are high quality. And then when I look at the site after posting it, it looks high sharp so I didn’t think anything was going on. Even with the other review you commented on a few weeks ago, I switched out the photos and everything looked fine on my end. But I failed to realize on my end that it’s not a simple thing. Along the way, something gets messed up and makes the photos look bad and I’m in the middle of trying to find out what it is. It might be an issue with default attachment sizes or maybe I do too much compression or my CDN is doing too much compression. But hopefully I’ll figure this out soon. But, again, Daniel, thank you very much.

    2. Hangry much? He doesn’t work for you. Be appreciative of the reports he is sharing with all of us.

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