It's clear that Taco Bell isn't afraid to push the envelope. In the last 18 month, the restaurant has debuted tacos with shells made of fried chicken, a burrito stuffed with Cheetos and a breakfast taco wrapped in a fried egg.
Now, the Tex Mex chain is getting chocolaty.
According to images circulating on social media, Taco Bell is testing quesadillas stuffed with candy bars and sweet sauces.
Taco Bell says the "Chocoladillas" are reportedly only being sold at select test restaurants in Wisconsin. The sweet snacks include melty chocolate and Kit Kat pieces inside a grilled tortilla.
Unfortunately, it's not clear yet if the rest of the country will ever get to taste the $1 desserts.
"As with all test items, Taco Bell will see what customer response to the menu item looks like during test before making any decisions about whether the item will eventually go nationwide," said Katie Brownstein on behalf of Taco Bell.
According to Brand Eating, this isn't the first time Taco Bell has launched a chocolate quesadilla. Restaurants in the UK reportedly carried the desserts for a brief time in 2016.
Alex Hider is a writer for the E.W. Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @alexhider.