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Taco Bell Cheetos Quesadilla, an Exclusive Delight from Taco Bell Philippines

Don't you just love the quesadilla at Taco Bell? I know I do.

And because Taco Bell wants to give some exciting treats to its customers, it has launched its latest "Cheetos Quesadilla" offering which also happens to be an exclusive menu for Taco Bell Philippines only.


The Cheetos Quesadilla is a combination of grilled soft tortilla filled with Taco Bell's signature three-cheese blend and your favorite crunchy puffed cornmeal snack, Cheetos Crunchy Jalapeno.


And because it is the Holiday Season, visit any Taco Bell stores and snap a photo with Chester and post it on Instagram and you just might win an Instax Mini. Simply add #CatchChesterCheetah on your Instagram photo.


This new quesadilla has really an exciting flavor of cheese with a crunch and a kick- Cheetos Quesadilla.


And here's a photo of me (the kitchen goddess) literally having an overload of Cheetos. :D


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