Taco Bell has a new menu item called the Triplelupa, which consists of three mini Chalupas connected by their shells from end to end. Sporting Taco Bell’s longest shell ever, the Triplelupa has 610 calories and a whopping 35 grams of fat.
As mentioned above, the Triplelupa features a three-in-one tear-apart crispy Chalupa filled with seasoned beef, lettuce, tomato, and shredded cheese. Also, each mini Chalupa has a different flavor: Creamy Chipotle sauce at one end, Nacho Cheese on the other, and Cheesy Chipotle in the middle.
Cheesy Chipotle is a combination of Nacho Cheese and Chipotle.
Like most Taco Bell menu items, you can make the Triplelupa vegetarian by removing or replacing meat with AVA certified vegetarian ingredients. Doing so also subtracts 90 calories, which means you’ll end up eating just 520 calories.
Taco Bell Triplelupa Nutritional Information
There are 610 calories in a Triplelupa from Taco Bell. Fifty-one percent of those calories come from fat, thirty-four percent come from carbs, and the remaining fifteen percent are from protein.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of Taco Bell’s new Triplelupa in the table below:
|Calories From Fat||310|
The Triplelupa from Taco Bell contains the following allergens: