10 Discontinued Fast Food Items You Can STILL ORDER!!! (Part 2)

10 Discontinued Fast Food Items You Can STILL ORDER!!! (Part 2)

We all have our favorite fast-food restaurant
of choice. Within those hallowed grounds of comfort food, we also have our favorite items
to order. But what happens when those items disappear from the menu? Never fear as there
are a few tricks and tips to enjoying your favorite foods once again. Here are 10 Discontinued
Fast Food Items You Can Still Order! Part 2. Fully Loaded Nachos – Taco Bell When you hear the words ‘Fully loaded’ in
a sentence you instantly know two things; One, it’s going to be bad for you and two,
it’s going to be absolutely awesome. That’s exactly what we got with Taco Bell’s Fully
Loaded Nachos. These bowls of comfort heaven were released in the winter of 2008, and unfortunately,
it was only a limited run and Taco Bell stopped the Fully Loaded Nachos in early 2009. The
Fully Loaded Nachos came in a bowl, made out of tortilla chips. That’s right, you could
eat the bowl and all. Anyone looking to recreate this nacho delight can do so fairly easily.
Order a Fiesta Taco Salad, which also comes in a tortilla edible bowl, then comes the
beef, which must be doubled up. Then just get rid of the lettuce, rice, and tomatoes
and swap the cheese for a three-cheese mix and nacho cheese. It may not be quite the
same, but it’s close enough for us all to get messy and enjoy it. Yumbo – Burger King Ok, so we admit that this is a bit of a strange
choice but we can’t help but be a little ‘out there’ sometimes. The Yumbo is essentially
a ham sandwich, simple right? Well, not quite. Although the sandwich itself is pretty simple,
the Yumbo found itself at the center of controversy. The reason for this is because no one could
remember this sandwich ever existing. So much so that in 2014 social media starting buzzing
that Burger King had actually made this sandwich up for a nostalgic reason. We have to admit
that the Yumbo does have a real 70’s vibe to it. However, the sandwich was real and
Burger King really did sell it way back when, so in 2014 Burger King brought it back, for
a limited time only of course. But the Yumbo is easy enough to enjoy. All you have to do
is go to a Burger King at breakfast time, when they serve ham and cheese, and just ask
for it on a sesame seed bun with salad. Simple. Nacho Crunch Grilled Stuft Burrito – Taco
Bell Today’s world can be complicated. So, it is
so nice and refreshing when something is just simple and that simplicity comes in the form
of Taco Bell’s ‘stuft’ menu. We look at the menu and know that all items are stuffed with
delicious Taco Bell goodness. Perfect. The Nachos Crunch Grilled Stuft Burrito was one
such item. Having a limited run from 2005 to 2006, this burrito came fully ‘stuft’ with
a double portion of beef, sour cream, nacho cheese, tomatoes, and crunchy red tortilla
strips. How we miss this crunchy burrito so much. But never fear, this is a burrito that
is easy to put together. The first thing to do is order the Beefy Nacho Griller from your
local Taco Bell, then just add extra beef or you can change the beef for steak if you
want that extra meat injection. All that’s left is to add sour cream and tomatoes and
you have a near-perfect Nacho Crunch Grilled Stuft Burrito. Big Bacon Classic – Wendy’s During the 1980’s Wendy’s was trying hard
to compete with the big fast-food names such as McDonald’s and Burger King. In order to
match their famous burgers, especially Burger King’s Whopper, Wendy’s launched the Big Classic.
Fast forward to the 1990s and Wendy’s re-launched the Big Classic by adding bacon and re-naming
it the Big Bacon Classic. The burger was a big hit for Wendy’s, however, a few years
later and Wendy’s was at the re-branding again and the Big Bacon Classic was gone from the
menu and replaced with the Baconator. As part of their ‘back to basics’ initiative, Wendy’s
Baconator didn’t quite have that same ‘old fashioned’ feel to it that Wendy’s was built
on. Whereas the Big Bacon Classic did. So, for everyone craving a Big Bacon Classic,
just order the Baconator, or the equivalent bacon burger of the time. Ask for extra salad,
which they will either put in the bun for you or give you it on the side. McDLT – McDonald’s Firstly, put your hands up all those who remember
McDonald’s McDLT? For all of you that don’t remember; the McDLT was essentially a cheeseburger.
However, the twist with this was that the burger came separately. The McDLT was sold
in a polystyrene container with two halves. One half had the ‘hot’ food; the meat patties
and the top part of the bun, while the other side had the ‘cold’ foods. The idea was that
keeping the ingredients separate would make the burger taste better and stay fresher.
No one wants wilted lettuce after all. Then, of course, comes the fun of putting it all
together, like Lego you can eat. Unfortunately, the McDLT was discontinued in the late ’90s
as people started to become more aware of the world around them, and the impact we have,
McDonald’s felt that all that polystyrene wasn’t a good thing. But, if you are craving
a little nostalgia and want to enjoy a McDLT again, McDonald’s has all the ingredients.
All you have to do is order a Quarter Pounder and then ask for lettuce, tomato, and mayo
on the side, and then just enjoy the build. Cheesy Tots – Burger King It’s no wonder that Burger King had a big
hit on their hands with their version of tater tots, the Cheesy Tots. For years Burger King
delighted fans with their Cheesy tots, which was the same as tater tots but with an added
bonus of cheese. However, one day in 2009 the Cheesy Tots vanished from the menu without
explanation!  As you can imagine, people weren’t happy about this. Social media lit
up with angry Cheesy Tot fans and Facebook soon had a ‘bring back Cheesy Tots’ page.
For quite a while after the tots became discontinued, people started to ‘mash-up’ fries and cover
them in cheese. That’s not quite Cheesy tots, but we love that ingenuity and spirit. However,
it has now become clear that Burger King has listened to the people as Tots as Cheesy Tots
are back in Burger King Stores. The last time they re-released Cheesy Tots, they added bacon,
which was a nice addition. Twister Wrap – KFC Life is constantly changing in the fast-food
world. Not only are you serving millions of people daily but you have to keep up with
what is popular and what isn’t. Not only that but the fast-food giants have to be aware
of the growing number of issues with health and allergies. Because of this, fast food
menus are constantly changing and adapting to what they think the public wants. Sometimes
this can be a good thing as we suddenly get a nice surprise on the menu, and we fall in
love with a new mealtime favorite. Sometimes, however, this can be bad as our once-favorite
food has either disappeared, been discontinued or worse, has been changed. The replacement’s
these restaurants offer us instead pale in comparison to the original item. The KFC Twister
Wrap was a popular choice for so many people. That is until they discontinued it completely! 
Unfortunately, there is no life hack here in the U.S as all traces of this tasty snack
have been removed from KFC menus. However, if you find yourself across the border you
can still pick up a Twister Wrap in Canada as they still sell them. Even in the U.K,
they messed with the Twister Wrap. Although they didn’t discontinue it completely, they
changed the filling and added coleslaw. But for the U.S, the Twister Wrap is now a distant
memory but we can still treat ourselves if we vacation in Canada or the U.K. Arch Deluxe – McDonald’s It’s funny how nostalgia can taint certain
memories. That’s exactly what’s happening with the McDonald’s Arch Deluxe burger. Often
considered one of the greatest flops in fast-food history, the Arch Deluxe burger was part of
an adults-only range that McDonald’s had during the ’90s. The burger, which consisted of a
quarter-pound burger patty, salad, bacon, and that special mustard/mayo sauce, was designed
to bring in a more grown-up clientele to the otherwise family-friendly McDonald’s. The
burger was a monumental failure, so the burger was pulled pretty quickly. However, just as
with many things in popular culture, things have a way of coming back around and becoming
desirable again. The Arch Deluxe burger is finally having its moment as quite a few people
out there are longing for another taste. Recently McDonald’s has been adding to their Taste
menu and has introduced burgers like the Archburger, which is an updated version of the Arch Deluxe
burger, and they’ve been testing them out on the market in limited locations. Chicken Sandwich – Popeyes Who can forget the 2019 great ‘chicken sandwich’
debate? It wasn’t just a debate either, it was a mad rush and panic to get hold of a
Popeyes Chicken Sandwich. No one could have predicted exactly what would happen when Popeyes
released a new sandwich. Popeyes wanted to add more to their menu so they released a
classic Chicken sandwich for a month-long promotional special. It’s fair to say that
everyone went nuts for it. Soon, social media picked up on the chicken vibe and people started
to debate which chicken sandwich was better; the new Popeyes one or the ever-popular Chic-Fil-A?
Surprisingly it was Popeyes that was winning the battle. The general consensus was that
Popeyes Chicken sandwich was simple yet delicious. The people liked it so much that Popeyes ran
out in two weeks. Needless to say that a lot of people couldn’t get their hands on the
much talked about chicken sandwich. Well for all the those people who couldn’t get one,
luck may be on your side. Popeyes re-released this chicken sandwich on Sunday November 3rd,
2019 and all Popeye’s fans rejoiced.  Incidentally, Chic-Fil-A is famously closed on Sundays,
we don’t think that is a coincidence, more of a dig at their chicken rivals. Anything – Starbucks We may be stretching the ‘anything’ slightly
here. So, we will change that to ‘most things.’ And by that, we are only talking about drinks.
Everyone has a favorite season of the year. Whatever the reasons you have for choosing
a perfect season, one of our reasons is the seasonal drinks at Starbucks. These seasonal
coffees can really make our day. But wait, we hear you cry, these drinks are seasonal
and I want an Egg Nog Latte and I want it now. Well, you may be in luck. According to
many of the staff most drinks can be made at any time of the year. Admittedly, some
locations don’t keep all the spices in their store all year round. Especially not the smaller
ones. But a lot of Starbucks do and if you ask an experienced barrister to mix certain
flavors together in order to get something that resembles your favorite drink, then they
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44 thoughts on “10 Discontinued Fast Food Items You Can STILL ORDER!!! (Part 2)

  1. The cheesy tot is my frickin favorite, I grewed up on that stuff, 👍if you like the cheesy tots from burger king

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  3. I know from personal experience being a customer and an employee. New selections could be good "aside from current products remainig" but the big problem is having to have more storage as well as more people to prepare these new items. Another problem is that the company's/corporations don't want to pay us more or give us extra people to do it. They expect the speed of service to be the same or even better which is impossible when you have more and more and more and more to do. Some customers are complete douchebags as well which makes it harder on employees having to deal with these customers and having it prolong the speed of service and help ensure customer urgency.

  4. I was talking to a man today who told me that the Poulet Frit Kentucky (PFK or KFC in French) restaurants are slowly closing one at a time in Quebec.

  5. I loved the kfc twister, we used to get them with the potato wedges and then unwrap it and put the potato wedges in the twister

  6. Yumbo. I ate them in the 70s. The 2014 version was not the same. The 70s version came on a regular hamburger bun, not a hoagie bun.

  7. There's a KFC by me in the Detroit area that still has the twister wrap. I ask an employee how they have the twister sandwich there and he was confused about the question. Said he workrd there for 3 years and they away had it and didn't know that other KFC's didn't have it.

  8. I swear babbletop girl does it on purpose. She makes the dirty puns so easy. Grabbing her delicious buns, licking the sour cream off her taco, unwrap and twister. Quarter pound her, cumming back a round, the arch deluxe, chick-fil-legs. Oh babbletop girl, I wish you weren’t just a tease… the things I would do to you!

  9. I work at Burger King, The "Yumbo" is still available, It's just called the hot ham and cheese, you can order it any time of day. It's not posted on the menu but its it the registers and you can purchase them.

  10. Taco Bell : Bring back the Bell Beefer !!! Its the taco burger that was popular in the 70's 80's early 90's and very delicious!!! BRING BACK THE BELL BEEFER!!!!

  11. I hear ya on the Starbucks. When I was really young I would get this drink at Starbucks that was a peppermint hot chocolate but they added a twist to it, it was hot chocolate and peppermint with white chocolate instead. I loved it but they took it off the menu after 1 year of doing it so now I'm stuck saying peppermint hot chocolate with white chocolate instead of regular hot chocolate

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