Welcome to the Taco Bell trivia template! This fun and challenging trivia template will test your knowledge on America's favorite fast-food restaurant, Taco Bell. From its humble beginnings in 1962 in Downey, California, Taco Bell has expanded to have over 6,000 locations in 28 countries. This template will explore the history, menu items, and other fun facts about Taco Bell. So put your taco knowledge to the test and get ready to discover all the delicious things Taco Bell has to offer!
1) What type of chalupa is offered by Taco Bell?
2) When did Taco Bell begin offering their breakfast menu?
3) What type of cheese does Taco Bell use for its nacho cheese sauce?
4) What meat does Taco Bell use for its Doritos Locos Tacos?
5) Where was the first Taco Bell restaurant?
6) What type of chips does Taco Bell offer with its Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes?
7) What type of meat is used in the Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme?
8) What is the name of Taco Bell's line of vegetarian tacos?
9) What type of sauce does Taco Bell offer for its chicken nachos?
10) What type of meat does Taco Bell use for its beef burritos?
11) What type of beef does Taco Bell use for its artisan steak tacos?
12) What type of drink does Taco Bell offer with its Doritos Locos Tacos?
13) What type of peppers does Taco Bell use for its Fiery Doritos Locos Tacos?
14) What is the name of Taco Bell's spicy potato-filled burrito?
15) What type of sour cream does Taco Bell use for its tacos?
16) What is the name of Taco Bell's chicken-filled taco?
17) What type of potatoes does Taco Bell use for its potato bites?
18) What type of meat does Taco Bell use for its Mexican Pizza?
19) What type of cheese does Taco Bell use for its tacos?
20) What type of sauce does Taco Bell use for its Crunchwrap Supreme?
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