This Taco Bell Lasagna Now Exists and We Don’t Know How to Feel

02/03/2016 at 11:59 AM ET

Taco Bell lasagna
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Everyone can go home, we are done with the Internet today.

An everyday hero at FoodBeast decided it would be chill to make a lasagna made almost entirely out of Taco Bell food items, and the results will make you fell all the strange feelings. (We say almost because it also contains actual lasagna noodles, which at first seemed redundant but upon further reflection is an outstanding achievement in fusion cuisine).

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Here’s how it all goes down, layer-by-layer: burrito-sized tortillas, shredded cheese, the contents of beef taco (no official word on what happened to those tortillas), lasagna noodles, 8 entire burritos, refried beans (again, scooped straight out of a bean burrito), nacho cheese, more lasagna noodles, 16 cheese rollups, mild sauce (we would’ve gone with fire tbh), more ground beef, and more shredded cheese. Bake and garnish with guac, sour cream, and more sauce.

As you can see from the video, while the process of making this creation is revolting, the final product is, dare we say…something we might actually eat? At least one bite, come on, y’all! You know you would.

In total, the project cost them $80 and at least 10 years of life, most likely. But the verdict? Worth it.

—Shay Spence, @chezspence


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Kristine on

Ugh. Just looking at that makes me ill.

Sue on

I have to say it looks good for when you’ve fasted for a week first, to try it then, or vice-versa! It’s a mess like any hamburger, but i’d love a few bites. That would be enough.

John on

This is beautiful..prob cheaper to buy the stuff at a store like Kroger and make it but hey if u got 80 to 100 bucks why not

Raveness16 on

probably 3000 cal per serving of that thing :S

Jennifer on

Just a note: I have a “lasagna” that is Mexican food but where in the H*** the noodles fit in is beyond me. Leave that out. Mine is tortillas *instead* of noodles, with refried beans, beef, cheese, salsa, etc. but noodles certainly don’t fit in. Otherwise I could grasp the concept.

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