McDonalds Breakfast Wrap with Ketchup- Wrap return 2024

McDonalds Breakfast Wrap with Ketchup

McDonald’s has something special for breakfast lovers – the Breakfast Wrap is back! It’s filled with yummy ingredients like sausage, eggs, bacon, cheese, and more. You can get this wrap at McDonald’s every morning when the restaurant opens until 11 a.m. You can choose McDonalds wrap with brown sauce too!

2766 kJ | 661 kcal

Ingredients in the Breakfast Wrap with Ketchup

  • Egg – 610 kJ
  • Large Tortilla Wrap- 719 kJ
  • Potato Rosti- 532 kJ
  • Pork Sausage patty- 533 kJ
  • Tomato Ketchup- 81 kJ
  • Cheddar Cheese Slice (processed)- 194 kJ
  • Streaky Bacon – 97 kJ

How much does a McDonald’s Breakfast Wrap with Ketchup cost?

  • Regular price: £4.39
  • Large meal price: £5.59

Nutritional Information

Nutritional InformationPer Portion%RI (Adult)
Energy (kJ)276633% RI
Energy (kcal)66133% RI
fat (g)3448% RI
of which saturated (g)1050% RI
carbohydrates (g)5220% RI
of which sugar (g)5.97% RI
fibre (g)5.3
protein (g)3570% RI*
salt (g)2.644% RI*

Allergens in Breakfast Wrap with Ketchup

  • Egg: This wrap has egg, which might not be good for people allergic to egg whites.
  • Milk: Cheddar cheese in this wrap has milk, which can be bad for people allergic to milk.
  • Wheat: The wrap has wheat, which might not be good for people allergic to wheat. Learn more!

Traces of Allergens:

  • Sesame seeds
  • Barley gluten
  • Rye gluten

So, finally! McDonald’s Breakfast Wrap is Back, it’s perfect for breakfast. Don’t wait, try it today!

FAQS On McDonalds Breakfast Wrap with Ketchup

A breakfast wrap with ketchup has 661 calories.

Yes, the McDonald’s breakfast wrap is officially returning. It was relaunched on February 13, 2024, after being taken off the menu in 2020.

Yes, McDonald’s uses real eggs in all their food items. However, each wrap may use eggs prepared differently.

Wraps use thin, soft flatbreads like tortillas, or pita where as burrito tortillas are larger and thicker.

Yes, you can remove any aluminum foil, place the wrap on a microwave-safe plate, cover it with a paper towel, and heat it for 1 to 2 minutes on high until warmed through.

Mark Johnson-Food Writer at the Wrap Day

Mark Johnson

Meet Mark Johnson, a food writer who used to work at McDonald’s. He’s super smart, with a fancy Master’s degree in Food Studies. Now, he writes about food and shares his secrets, especially about tasty McDonald’s wraps.

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