Sure, Taco Bell fans may think there's no room for improvement on the menus offerings, but if you're willing to trust the experts, you'll find there's a whole undiscovered world of menu options out there.
via: TodaySubstitutions, combinations, and preparations can all be tweaked to take your Taco Bell experience from "great" to "perfection." See how to do it with this handy guide.
via: Giphy"You can substitute Doritos out for nachos in your meal deal at Taco Bell for free" - via @xLittleLionx
Free extra cheese on everything!
via: TwitterYup, all you gotta do is ask. Cause what's not better with more cheese?
Use the cheese sauce for...
via: Twitter...everything. And DON'T let anyone tell you that can't can't dip something in nacho cheese sauce. That's a lie.
Eat your 'dilla first.
via: TwitterThe sauce on those things gets a little wonky as it cools, so go quesadilla first. Always.
via: WordpressYup, you can order their sauces from Amazon. That changes everything.
Press that stuff.
via: TwitterHot or not, you can toss your Taco Bell food in a panini press and get that stuff warm and crispy in a hurry.
via: TwitterYou can substitute potatoes for meat in just about anything.
via: TwitterBecause why have non-melted cheese when you could have the alternative?
via: TwitterYup, you can even sub Doritos into Nachos Grande. Don't hesitate to do this.
via: TwitterI could see this working really well.
Don't limit your sauces to just Taco Bell food.
via: ABC"Are you bored with your basic frozen pizza? life hack: cover it in tabo [sic] bell fire sauce." via @mackenxcheese
Or, go beans instead of meat to mix things up.
via: TwitterVegetarian or not, sometimes you just want beans, right?
I don't even know what this is.
via: TwitterBut I know I'm ordering it.
Put them on eggs.
via: TwitterOr, you know, literally anything you want to consume.
For the experts...
via: Giphy"Taco Bell Hack - Buy 2 mini chicken quesadillas, and 1 spicy tostado. Break tostada in half and put each half into quesadillas. [sic] You're welcome." via@ChrisNRC