Taco Bell has saved me on a Sunday one too many times. Just last weekend, I popped in and got a number 9—a Crunchwrap Supreme, a Crunchy Beef Taco, a Doritos Locos Taco—and an order of Nacho Fries. I was not messing around. I stocked up on the sauce packets as I usually do, wishing I could just get a whole bottle of the mild and hot sauces, but I digress. Taco Bell is now making those hot sauces more easily available, in tortilla chip form. Yes, chips! 

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Taco Bell might not be known for their tortilla chips; they live in the shadow of their other gems. But these chips are ones to be remembered. The Taco Bell tortilla chips are now available in grocery and convenience stores in Fire and Mild sauce packet flavors, and classic plain corn tortilla chip-style for you old school peeps out there. 

The Mild chips are seasoned with T-Bell's mild sauce and notes of three chili peppers, plus cumin—delish. And the Fire chips are well, straight fire, literally and figuratively. They taste like the Fire sauce combined with hints of jalapeño, chili peppers and paprika. 

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The bags are decorated like the sauce packets, too, complete with cheeky wisdom. It's s'cute. The flavored chips come in three different sizes: 1 oz, 3.5 oz and 11 oz bags. The Classic style will follow suit, but upgrade the 11 oz bag to a 13 oz one.

You can get these in stores starting in May, which is good news! I don't know about you, but the grocery store is right next door, and my nearest Taco Bell is about a 30 minute walk or in NYC, also a 30 minute subway ride. I can't wait.