Chipotle claims it’s made from quesadillas, even though it has all the ingredients

The chipotle quesadilla hack saga continues as users on TikTok share their struggles to get the coveted item. One user, Llorca (@livinlavidallorca), shared that her local Chipotle “is out of quesadillas,” according to a piece of paper taped to the grocery tag.

However, the shop didn’t seem ill-equipped to make quesadillas. In her viral video, Llorca zoomed in on tortillas, queso and cheese to prove the shop had the ingredients necessary to make them.

@livinlavidallorca Cmon Chipotle😒 #chipotle #foodie #fyp #honestquestion #k18results ♬ big weenie – ˗ˏˋ 💌 ´ˎ˗

Llorca used the beginning of the Eminem song “Big Weenie” to allude to how she felt about the situation.

“I don’t understand. Why are you being so mean? You’re a mean, mean man,” the lyrics read.

“For real?” she added in the caption.

In the comments, users offered possible explanations as to why the sign might have been placed.

“@Chipotle is over us asking about the Keith Lee special,” one user wrote. In response, Llorca wrote, “They are boycotting the quesadilla.”

“I don’t understand why Chipotle keeps shutting down social media trends,” commented another.

The video was posted four days ago – the same day Chipotle announced its plans to add the quesadilla hack to the app.

Chipotle used Keith Lee, the TikToker who popularized the hack, to make the announcement on Twitter.

“So About This Quesadilla Hack,” read the tweet.

In the attached video, Lee revealed that the quesadilla would be available on the Chipotle app in March. The Quesadilla Hack, also known as the Philly Cheesesteak Quesadilla, is a chipotle quesadilla with steak, fajita veggies, and cheese.

The Daily Dot contacted Chipotle via email and Llorca via Instagram direct message.


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*Initial publication: January 10, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. CST

Lauren Castro

Lauren Castro is a reporter from Austin, Texas.

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