Subway is getting into the autumn season with two new fall-inspired cookies — apple pie and pumpkin spice.
The chain’s Apple Pie Cookies are made with Granny Smith and Fuji Apples grown in the Pacific Northwest. The naturally sweetened apple chunks are lightly coated with cinnamon. Nutmeg, cloves, and natural apple flavor are blended into the dough to create a traditional apple pie flavor.
Subway’s Pumpkin Spice Cookies feature pumpkin-flavored dough, natural vanilla, molasses, nutmeg, white confectionary chips, and cinnamon.
The sub chain also has a new sandwich with a new sauce. The Autumn Carved Turkey Sandwich features all-white meat carved turkey, 9-grain wheat bread, cheddar cheese, spinach, tomato, red onion, and the new Sweet Cranberry Mustard Sauce. Suggested retail pricing starts at $4.75 for a six-inch and $7.75 for a Footlong.
The cookies and sandwich are available at Subway restaurants nationwide for a limited time.
If you’ve tried the cookies or the sandwich, let us know what you think of it in the comments.
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7 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Subway Apple Pie and Pumpkin Spice Cookies”
I tried the apple pie cookie Saturday and loved it!
I tried both cookies. The pumpkin spice cookie is okay, but the apple pie cookie is the Best.
Absolutely LOVE the apple pie cookie. My local store is out of them already and can’t reorder them. These need to be added to the menu full time!
I love the turkey sandwich and the apple pie cookies are sooooo delicious and you keep them on the menu. I hate to see these just at seasonal
Currently eating the apple pie cookies. DELICIOUS!!!!
The apple pie cookies are YUMMY!!
Why are the pumpkin cookies only at Thanksgiving and not Christmas?
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