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Indecisive fast food lovers, rejoice! Taco Bell will be rolling out its latest hybrid creation, the waffle taco, in store locations across the country on Thursday, according to a company press release.
Now you don't have to make excruciating decisions like choosing between waffles and eggs (or breakfast and Taco Bell). Turns out, Southern Californians took to the breakfast taco, which is a lightly fried waffle filled with scrambled eggs, sausage and a side of syrup, so the company is expanding the test run to 100 restaurants in Fresno, Calif., Omaha, Neb., and Chattanooga, Tenn.
The company hopes to introduce its breakfast menu to thousands of locations nationwide in the coming year, according to the Associated Press.
But before you get too attached to the waffle taco, remember: This is still just a test. How will it hold up to the ever-popular McGriddles sandwich from McDonald's and Dunkin's doughnut egg sandwich? Stay tuned.