“Secret” menu items offer hidden options


Erika Potter

Judy Silva, a sophomore, enjoys one of Starbucks drinks, the Caramel Cookie Bar Frappuccino from their secret menu.

Erika Potter, Staff Writer

Taco Bell: The Incredible Hulk

This mashup takes one of Taco Bell’s five-layer burritos and swaps out the nacho cheese for guacamole. Then it’s covered in their signature lava sauce. This one is definitely for spice-lovers.

Essentially a five layer burrito layered with guacamole instead of the usual nacho cheese sauce, and getting rid of the extra inner six inch tortilla shell and sour cream.

Starbucks: Caramel Cookie Bar Frappuccino

This Frappuccino includes a Caramel Frappuccino, hazelnut syrup, some java chips, whip cream blended in, coat the cup with caramel sauce and finally is topped with mocha drizzle.

Burger King: Quad Stacker

This burger won’t leave you hungry. This Burger King secret has four beef patties stacked high with four slices of cheese, bacon and special sauce.

It gets four jr. meat patties, four slices of cheese, eights pieces of bacon, and a special sauce that resembsles 1,000 Island Dressing.

Chipotle: Quesarito

This burrito has a quesadilla shell. Super cheesy and melty, this mega mashup is not for the faint of heart. If you’re looking for a smaller version, ask for the Burritodilla–another secret menu standard.

A burrito wrapped in a quesadilla, it includes a beef burrito with rice, chipotle sauce and reduced-fat sour cream.