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You can finally have Taco Bell for every meal

You can finally have Taco Bell for every meal

AMERICA: MEET THE WAFFLE TACO: You can now get Taco Bell at nearly any hour and the breakfast of your "Run for the Border" dreams is a reality.

(IRVINE, Calif.) – If you’ve been dreaming of a way to end your night with a “fourth meal” and start your day with a first meal consisting of drive-through taco-ish breakfast, it’s your lucky day: Taco Bell rolls out its new breakfast program nationwide today so you can roll home tonight.

You can now combine your love of late-night chalupas and Mountain Dew with breakfast staples such as coffee and waffles.

The change, part of what Taco Bell says is its “largest menu expansion in history,” means more than 5,500 participating locations will open at 7 a.m. and generally offer the breakfast menu until 11 a.m.

The menu includes a Waffle Taco – a “revolutionary” new item, according to a company press release – and the A.M. Crunchwrap, which promises diners an “all-in-one breakfast solution.” We knew there wasn’t a problem that Taco Bell couldn’t solve.

It also includes staples like coffee, OJ, hash browns and breakfast burritos, and unique menu items including Cinnabon Delights, and something called a Bacon A.M. Grilled Taco.

Here’s to living mås in the morning!

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