Crunchwrap Supreme Dinner Kits from Walmart - A $15 Dinner But What's Up With the Cheese?

Taco Bell wants you to "make a run" for your local Walmart.
Updated April 11, 2024
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Many restaurants are bringing their fan-favorite treats to retail stores, which is perfect for anyone who’s tired of waiting in long drive-thru lines and overspending.

Now, you can make your favorite Taco Bell meals at home with this fast food restaurant’s exclusive kits at Walmart. Choose from their Chipotle Chicken Quesadilla or Crunchwrap Supreme kits for a handy, fresh dinner for less than $10.

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What you'll get in the Crunchwrap Supreme kit

The Crunchwrap Supreme kit includes:

  • 4 flour tortillas
  • 4 crunchy tostada shells
  • cheese sauce
  • taco seasoning

You can grab a box at your local Walmart to create your own Taco Bell Crunchwraps at home with your family. You'll need to buy your protein separately by picking up a package of ground beef. Or, you can make this a vegetarian option with beans or plant-based meat as a filling. This is perfect for families of four or couples who want a Crunchwrap now and another later.

Will it save you money?

A Crunchwrap Supreme at the Taco Bell drive-thru will typically cost you around $5.49, while this meal kit is around just $7 at Walmart. Since you get enough to make four Crunchwraps in this kit, it can definitely save you some money.

But you'll also need to account for buying all of your fresh Crunchwrap ingredients, like beef, lettuce, tomato, and sour cream. So, if you’re buying ground beef or even black beans for a vegetarian variety, this will up the price.

Let's compare using estimated costs:

4 Crunchwrap Supremes at Taco Bell: $5.49 x 4 = $21.96
1 Crunchwrap Supreme kit + fresh ingredients = $7 (kit) + $8 (fresh ingredients) = $15

You'll save around 31% or $7 by making this dinner at home.

What customers are saying

Reviews of the Crunchwrap Supreme Dinner Kits are rather mixed. Some customers online say this kit isn’t really worth the savings when compared to the convenience of someone else making it for you.

Also the cheese sauce in the package is Velveeta, which is different from what’s on Taco Bell’s Crunchwrap.

However, if you want to try something new and add your own fillings, then this kit could be worth it.

Bottom line

If a DIY Taco Bell experience is right up your alley, then it’s worth buying this kit at least once and giving it a try. It could be a fun way to get your whole family involved in making a fun dinner one night and save you a few dollars in the process.

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Author Details

Ariel Taranski Ariel Taranski is a writer for FinanceBuzz. She has worked as a content marketer for CPAs and financial advisors, and she enjoys being frugal and money-savvy in her day-to-day life. Ariel has also worked with clients such as The Knot, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Alpha Prime, and many more in her time as a freelance writer.