REVIEW: Dunkin’ Green Goddess Wrap

I’m not a goddess. Nor am I a god, so trying Dunkin’s new Green Goddess Wrap feels weird. But, then again, you can’t spell Goddess without odd, which I absolutely am, as you can tell from this nonsensical introduction, so I guess I shouldn’t feel weird reviewing this.

According to Dunkin’, the Green Goddess Wrap has a satisfying mix of egg whites, farro, sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, feta, and green goddess dressing, all wrapped in a verdant green lavash.

Let’s start with that spinach lavash, which doesn’t have much flavor and comes in a green color that’s not very verdant and appears more brown if the light is right. But when it’s green in my eyes, I can’t help but think it looks like a hemp wallet. Unfortunately, unlike all wallets, it didn’t do a great job at completely keeping in its contents. The Green Goddess filling squeezed its way out of the wrap through any possible opening. So eat over a plate or keep it in the sleeve it’s served in.

After a 24-minute drive home from my nearest Dunkin’ location, it retained a decent amount of warmth. Full disclosure: This is my first time with a Dunkin’ Wrap. Because this was my first time, I was surprised by its almost square shape. When my head thinks of wraps, foodstuffs shaped like burritos, not wallets, come to mind.

When I cut open the hemp wallet, my eyes could point out the sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, some farro, and egg whites. But I was a bit disappointed that the filling didn’t have a green tint to it from the green goddess dressing. But that could be forgiven because this wrap is tasty. My taste buds mostly noticed the garlic and basil in the dressing, and they also tasted the sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, and egg whites. However, the feta didn’t contribute much flavor. But that doesn’t matter because I thoroughly enjoyed what this hemp wallet offered. Overall, the filling’s flavor kind of reminded me of a spinach artichoke dip but slightly milder.

If my review convinced you to try Dunkin’s Green Goddess Wrap, and it’s between May 15-31, 2024, Dunkin’ Rewards members can try it for three dollars. Definitely worth it if you get it for three bucks, but not so much if you happen to pay almost seven smackers.

Purchased Price: $6.89*
Rating: 8 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: 260 calories, 6 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 10 milligrams of cholesterol, 900 milligrams of sodium, 37 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of fiber, 4 grams of sugar (including 1 gram of added sugar), 15 grams of protein.

*Because I live on a rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, things are a bit pricier here. You’ll probably pay less than I did.

7 thoughts to “REVIEW: Dunkin’ Green Goddess Wrap”

  1. That actually sounds up my alley; I like Greek-style pizza and Mediterranean salads, so why not this? I’ll give it the old “Impulsive Buy” try!

  2. This reminds me of the Starbucks Egg white feta wrap. One of my favorites! I may have to give this one a try.

  3. Great review, Marvo. That looks rustic, verdant and fresh, all very impressive for Dunkin Donuts.

  4. Nutitionally this wrap is ideal for me.
    15g protein, 6g fat, 37 carb.
    If I eat 2 for breakfast, I’m powered up for the morning!
    At 260 cal ea, i can easily fit into a1800 cal diet.

  5. Dunkin is somehow getting away with stealing ideas from Panera. First it is the charged lemonade and now this green goddess wrap branding that Panera spent building for so many years. They definitely should consider a lawsuit against Dunkin if they aren’t owned by the same parent company.

  6. I actually like that the wrap isn’t bright green – that means there is no artificial coloring! Real spinach powder should fade when exposed to light. Tasty wrap!

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