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The Best Wraps at Subway

Wraps are one of the most underrated items on the Subway menu. Light, flavorful, and always appetizing, Subway wraps never disappoint.

Just as with Subway’s sandwiches, salads, or protein bowls, wraps can be customized to make any eater happy.

To start off your Subway wrap, you get to choose between tomato basil or spinach wrap.

Contrary to popular belief, Subway wraps pack more carbs and calories than some of their sandwiches.

However, there is not much difference in overall nutrition between a wrap and a sandwich at Subway.

In this article, we’ve rounded up the best Subway wraps to help you decide which one to try first.

Keep reading to find your new favorite wrap at Subway, including some delicious customization tips!

17. B.L.T.

Starting out super simple is Subway’s B.L.T. wrap.

If you love a few ingredients with a classic taste, get this crunchy wrap filled with bacon, lettuce, and tomatoes.

For those of you that like a little more flavor, go ahead and add some mayo or roasted garlic aioli sauce.

In addition, the B.L.T. wrap tastes great with your choice of cheese and extra veggies.

16. Tuna

Packed with more ingredients than the B.L.T., the Tuna Subway wrap is another yummy option!

Filled with tuna, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions, the Tuna wrap contains 820 calories.

Some will enjoy adding extra mayo to their wrap as well.

15. Veggie Delite

For the vegetable lovers out there, you will love the Veggie Delite Subway wrap.

This crunchy wrap is only 330 calories, making it the healthiest wrap on the Subway menu.

It is filled to the brim with lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions.

You can add pickles, black olives, jalapenos, and banana peppers if you want even more veggies on your wrap.

These extra ingredients don’t add any calories to your already healthy wrap!

14. Buffalo Chicken

The Buffalo Chicken Subway wrap comes packing the heat.

It is stuffed with grilled chicken covered in Buffalo sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppercorn ranch to cool down the heat a little bit.

This Subway wrap tastes best on their tomato basil wrap.

13. Italian B.M.T.

When ordering the Italian B.M.T., you may wonder what the B.M.T. stands for.

B.M.T. means biggest, meatiest, and tastiest.

That is just what you’ll get when choosing the Italian B.M.T. wrap at Subway.

It has double the ham, pepperoni, salami, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions.

Meat lovers will enjoy the variety of meat available on the Italian B.M.T.

Adding some shredded mozzarella and spinach makes it even better.

12. Cold Cut Combo

Another popular wrap at Subway for meat lovers is the Cold Cut Combo.

The Cold Cut Combo wrap contains all turkey-based meats–ham, salami, and bologna–in addition to lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions.

To add extra flavor, put some pepper jack cheese, banana peppers, and mayo onto this Subway wrap.

11. Meatball Marinara

Surprisingly simple, Subway’s Meatball Marinara wrap only includes beef meatballs and Parmesan cheese.

Despite its simplicity, it still tastes delicious, with marinara sauce drizzled over the meatballs.

Adding some shredded mozzarella or American cheese and some veggies of your choice make this the perfect wrap.

10. Spicy Italian

Sometimes confused with the Italian B.M.T., the Spicy Italian is another delicious wrap at Subway.

It differs from the Italian B.M.T. in that it doesn’t include ham.

This wrap consists of double portions of pepperoni, salami, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions.

The sweet onion sauce also adds some extra zing to the Spicy Italian wrap.

9. Black Forest Ham

Double the ham equals double the satisfaction.

This lower-calorie Subway wrap with only 440 calories is filled with ham, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions.

It tastes yummy with American cheese and either yellow mustard or honey mustard depending on your preference.

8. Oven Roasted Turkey

Even fewer calories than the Black Forest Ham wrap is the Oven Roasted Turkey wrap at 430 calories.

Stuffed with a footlong portion of turkey, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions, this wrap will leave you feeling full.

This is another one that tastes great with the tomato basil wrap.

Just like the Black Forest Ham wrap, the Oven Roasted Turkey wrap tastes delicious with some added yellow or honey mustard.

7. Chicken Bacon and Ranch

Tangy and appetizing, the Chicken Bacon and Ranch wrap is one of the best Subway wraps.

Packed with bacon, rotisserie-style chicken, Monterey cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and red onions and showered with peppercorn ranch, this wrap will satisfy anyone!

Although delicious, keep in mind this wrap is 840 calories.

6. Steak and Cheese

You will adore Subway’s Steak and Cheese wrap if you love cheesesteak sandwiches.

When you need something a little different that still contains that steak taste you love, choose the Steak and Cheese wrap.

Loaded up with double the portion of steak, American cheese, green peppers, and red onions, it will leave you feeling stuffed.

I always ask for my steak to be heated with the cheese before it is put onto my wrap.

Doing this melts the cheese and makes the steak taste even better!

5. Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki

Grilled chicken marinated in the sweet onion teriyaki sauce, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions make up this Subway wrap.

Put inside of the spinach wrap and add some Monterey cheddar cheese to add even more flavor to this wrap.

Without the added cheese, the Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki wrap is 590 calories.

4. Grilled Chicken

The modest Grilled Chicken wrap at Subway contains only grilled chicken, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions.

Because it is so versatile, you can add any cheese, a variety of extra vegetables, and any Subway sauce, and it will still taste great!

This Subway wrap is another lower-calorie option with only 470 calories.

3. Oven Roasted Turkey and Ham

I prefer the Oven Roasted Turkey and Ham wrap over just the turkey or the ham, as it gives you the best of both worlds.

Crammed with a double portion of turkey, ham, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions, this wrap never disappoints.

Wrapped inside the spinach wrap, added American cheese, black olives, and mustard are the best add-ons to make this one your new favorite Subway wrap.

2. Roast Beef

I believe the perfect wrap should be simple and flavorful, and Subway’s Roast Beef wrap provides both.

Filled with roast beef, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions, this wrap tastes best with some added black olives and cheese of your choice.

This Subway wrap particularly tastes great on tomato basil or spinach wrap.

1. Rotisserie-Style Chicken

When I think of a wrap, I usually think of chicken, and the best wrap at Subway is their Rotisserie-Style Chicken.

It is stuffed with moist rotisserie-style chicken, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, and red onions.

I love the Rotisserie-Style Chicken on the spinach wrap with either provolone or Swiss cheese.

In addition, I like to add black olives and sweet honey mustard sauce to give it some extra flavor!

Conclusion

When you are looking for a change from the typical sandwich, try one of Subway’s wraps.

With a variety of vegetables, meats, cheeses, and sauces to choose from, the wraps at Subway are just as customizable as their salads, sandwiches, and protein bowls.

Due to their customizability, there is a wrap on the Subway menu for every appetite.

Whenever you’re in the mood for a delicious wrap, come back to our list of the best Subway wraps to find your new favorite!

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Last Updated: November 29, 2022

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