Subway brings back honey oat bread and creamy sriracha sauce

The Honey Oat Bread has returned to Subway’s menu after a four-year absence

Subway has just refreshed its menu to satisfy both sweet and spicy cravings. They have brought back the highly requested Honey Oat Bread and Creamy Sriracha sauce to all their locations across the country. Subway has also introduced a new flavour of Miss Vickie’s chips inspired by Subway’s signature Baja Chipotle sauce. This is the perfect addition for sandwich lovers who want to add some heat to their meals.

The Honey Oat Bread has returned to Subway’s menu after a four-year absence. Fans had made petitions, social media tributes, and even copycat recipes for this bread. Finally, it’s back – sandwich lovers can now enjoy the hearty multigrain bread, rolled in Subway’s signature honey oat topping, which adds a sweet and earthy flavour to any sub.

For those who want to turn up the heat, Subway’s popular Creamy Sriracha sauce is now a permanent part of the menu. Previously, it had only been available in select locations. This is Subway’s spiciest sauce, combining the familiar red chilli flavour with a creamy texture that goes great with any sub.

Subway has also collaborated with Miss Vickie’s Kettle Cooked Potato Chips and introduced a Baja Chipotle flavoured chip, available exclusively at Subway restaurants nationwide. The chips combine Miss Vickie’s signature crunch with the bold smoke and spice that made Subway’s Baja Chipotle sauce one of its most popular and iconic sauces.

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