NEWS: McDonald’s – New Wraps & Salads including Omelette Wrap, Aioli Chicken Wrap, Honey Soy Chicken McWrap & Salad

Starting Wednesday 17 February 2021, McDonald’s are introducing brand new Wraps and Salads!

Via the Daily Telegraph, the description of each new wrap and salad are as follows (pricing may vary by store):

  • Omelette Wrap ($6.25 – available before 10:30am only): A spinach omelette made with 100% Aussie cage-free eggs wrapped around rasher bacon, spinach, grilled onions and a delicious tomato onion relish. Prepared to order and available for breakfast only.
  • Honey Soy Chicken McWrap ($7.75 – available after 10:30am): Grilled or crispy chicken paired with diced lettuce, dryslaw and a delicious honey soy dressing in a wholemeal tortilla. Prepared to order, featuring 100% Aussie RSPCA Approved chicken breast. Available from 10:30am until midnight.
  • Aioli Chicken McWrap ($7.75 – available after 10:30am): Grilled or crispy chicken paired with diced lettuce, tomato and aioli in a wholemeal tortilla. Prepared to order, featuring 100% Aussie RSPCA Approved chicken breast. Available from 10:30am until midnight.
  • Honey Soy Chicken Salad ($9.75 – available after 10:30am): Grilled or crispy chicken paired with diced lettuce, salad mix and crispy noodles, topped with a delicious honey soy dressing. Prepared to order, featuring 100% Aussie RSPCA Approved chicken breast. Available from 10:30am until midnight.
  • Classic Chicken Salad ($9.75 – available after 10:30am): Grilled or crispy chicken paired with diced lettuce, salad mix, grape tomatoes and pepitas, topped with a delicious balsamic glaze. Prepared to order, featuring 100% Aussie RSPCA Approved chicken breast and 100% Aussie grape tomatoes. Available from 10:30am until midnight.

Also available are brand new Smoothies with Protein Booster – click to read more!

To try it out and locate your closest Macca’s store, click here! If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think in the comments.

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1 Response

  1. Ayrendal says:

    Run, don’t walk, away from Maccas new “balsamic dressing”. It’s singularly the most disgusting thing I think I’ve ever eaten. Pure sugar, disguised as molasses. It’s sickeningly sweet, and other than the sugar, utterly tasteless. The previous version, which could have even contained vinegar, was a far cry more edible, despite its disgraceful salt content. This new one is just the pits – pure sugar, with piles of salt trying to negate the sugar. It’s a heart-attack in a 30g package.

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