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Sep 9, 2010

Review: McDonald's - Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap

McDonald's Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap in foil
McDonald's Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap features half a third pound Angus beef patty, sauteed mushrooms, Swiss cheese and mayonnaise wrapped in a flour tortilla for $1.99.

I didn't like/understand the Mac Snack Wrap and the Angus Third Pounders are too much food for me, but the Angus Snack Wraps are pretty good and more a meal, less a snack for me.
McDonald's Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap
The first thing I noticed upon biting into McDonald's Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap was how meaty it was; I really got a good taste of beef unlike the Mac Snack Wrap.
Inside McDonald's Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap
The Swiss cheese was nicely melted and suitably cheesy. I liked that the mayo was used in moderation.
McDonald's Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap cross section
What I didn't like and could have done without were the mushrooms. They tasted less sauteed and more canned and rubbery. They also have a pretty strong taste. I guess meat and cheese are enough to keep me happy.

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Nutritional Info - Mushroom & Swiss Angus Snack Wrap (161g)
Calories - 430 (from Fat - 230)
Fat - 25g (Saturated Fat - 10g)
Sodium - 660mg
Carbs - 28g (Sugar - 2g)
Protein - 21g





5 comments :

  1. The Angus Mushroom and Swiss Snack Wrap is more repulsive than the vomit of 100 men.

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  2. Just tried it- a gut bomb. Too rich for my taste, and I agree that the mushrooms taste too rubbery. I prefer the chicken wraps.

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  3. This is the only Angus Wrap I haven't and don't plan on trying. The Deluxe is perfect

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  4. I thought the Mac Snack Wrap was one of the worst things I have ever eaten, but I tried the Angus snack wrap the other night just for the hell of it... and I thought it was actually quite good.

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  5. I know, right?

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