It was only a matter of time before TikTok's viral tortilla hack made it into fast food. Created by cutting a quarter slit in a tortilla, adding fillings, and folding before grilling, this tri-folded recipe hack has been stuffed with everything you can possibly imagine.
Fast food's first official entry that you can buy is coming from Jack in the Box, who teamed up with the minds over at Mythical Kitchen to make the sweet treat.
According to a video from the Rhett and Link food branch, featuring Mythical chef Josh Scherer, the hack features Jack's cheesecake, mini churros, cinnamon sugar, and caramel syrup, all of which get folded up into a griddled tortilla.
This is meant to be something you make at home by loading up on Jack desserts and providing your own tortilla. However, Jack in the Box is making it available at one location in San Diego, California, for those who want to see the restaurant make it.
The Jack in the Box inside of San Diego State University (5155 College Ave, San Diego) will be selling this "Dulce de Mythical" Tortilla Hack on their menu from March 26th to April 4th.
Hopefully, this is just a test run to see if people love the idea, because this is one of the most creative items the fast food chain has put out in years. Launching it nationwide would be a pretty dope move.