Taco Bell is testing its popular waffle tacos in more locations starting this week, after the breakfast product sold well in its initial Southern California run.
The fast food creation, which features eggs and sausage folded up in a waffle, became the best-selling morning menu item at the five Taco Bell restaurants where it debuted this year.
Starting Thursday, the mash-up will expand to 100 eateries in Fresno; Omaha; and Chattanooga, Tenn. – an extension first reported by the Associated Press.
Other breakfast menu items being tested in the 100 stores include fruit-topped yogurt and the AM Crunchwrap, the company said.
The quick service industry is becoming increasingly enamored with the breakfast segment.
This week, Popeyes launched its Chicken Waffle Tenders limited-time offer. McDonald’s this summer said it would roll out its McDonald’s After Midnight menu across the U.S. Starbucks recently began offering more upscale foods to draw consumers looking for quality and convenience.