Apr 22, 2024

Subway Brings Back Honey Oat Bread and Creamy Sriracha Sauce

A Subway sandwich on Honey Oat Bread.
Subway brings back Honey Oat Bread and Creamy Sriracha Sauce at participating locations nationwide. Also new is Baja Chipotle-flavored Miss Vickie's potato chips.

Subway's Honey Oat Bread returns after four years. It's a "sweet and earthy" multigrain bread that's been rolled in Subway's signature honey oat topping before baking.

Subway's Creamy Sriracha is the chain's spiciest sauce and was previously only available at select locations. It offers a combination of spicy red chili flavor with a creamy mayo-based texture.

While Honey Oat Bread is back for a limited time, Creamy Sriracha Sauce returns to the menu permanently.

Miss Vickie's new Baja Chipotle flavored kettle-cooked potato chips are a Subway-exclusive item that features a smoky, spicy flavor that was inspired by Subway's Baja Chipotle sauce.

Subway also introduced new wraps made with a new lavash-style flatbread earlier this month.

Photo via Subway.

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