Because of a recent windfall of Starbucks gift cards, I’ve decided to continue to work my way through the gradually growing Starbuck’s food menu. As reported earlier, Starbucks has been making an effort to shift their focus away from beverage only and to move toward a more balanced approach with food and bakery items. My tour began in January with the Chicken Sausage Wrap, and continues this month with the Starbucks Spinach & Feta Breakfast Wrap.

One of the best features of the Chicken Sausage Wrap was the nutritional value which has a relatively good low calorie to protein ratio (300 cals to 14g of protein). The Spinach & Feta wrap really steps it up in the nutrition category by not only lowering the calories, but upping the protein content 290 cals and 19g of protein; pretty impressive stats for non cereal breakfast.

According to Starbuck’s website, the wrap contains: cage-free egg whites, spinach, feta cheese, tomatoes, and a wheat wrap. There are a couple things one might assume upon reading that list—the cage free eggs means organic (it doesn’t), and that this wrap must be pretty natural (it isn’t, see ingredients below). But in the fast food world, one must not be too picky, and this little guy is certainly more than you can ask for when it comes to breakfast.

The wrap tasted pretty good, the eggs were soft and fluffy and the feta provided a good salty taste that wasn’t over powering. The wheat wrap itself was again the weak spot, however, this time is held up better to the reheating process than the Chicken Sausage wrap did—it did not get burnt or crispy this time. The first half of my wrap I did not encounter any tomatoes at all; I double checked the website to make sure that I didn’t imagine their inclusion. I also ended up ripping off excess wrap because there weren’t enough of the innards to go with the layers of wrap I had left. The second half fared much better. This half was much more balanced and actually had some tomatoes in it. I’m glad it did because the tomatoes were actually really good and soft, blending well with the other ingredients.

Despite the initially underwhelming size of the wrap, I again felt fairly satisfied and full. I would recommend the Spinach and Feta Breakfast Wrap over the Chicken Sausage Wrap because it has a lighter taste as opposed to the deluxe frozen pizza taste.


Because Starbucks does not make these wraps in house, they do not allow for any customization. It also does not allow the wheat wrap to taste as good as it probably could due to the toasting it must endure. So far, food at Starbucks appears to be a good trend and I hope they continue to develop the concept.



Read our Starbucks Chicken Sausage Wrap Review Here

wheat wrap, whole wheat flour, enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), canola oil, vital wheat gluten, corn starch, oat fiber, soy protein, honey, salt, yeast, monoglycerides, guar gum, dextroxse, soybean oil, sesame flour, yeast (inactive), calcium sulfate, calcium propionate, fumaric acid, l-cysteine, fungal amylase,

Egg white omelet (cage free egg whites, whey powder, unmodified corn starch, nonfat dry milk, salt, butter flavor [sunflower oil, natural flavors, medium chain triglycerides, palm kernel oil], xantham gum, guar gum, liquid pepper extract),

spinach, crumbled feta cheese (pasteurized milk, salt, cheese culture, enzymes, potato starch [added to prevent caking]), sun dried tomato cream cheese (water, pasteurized milk and cream, tomato paste, whey protein concentrate, dehydrated garlic, modified food starch, salt, sun-dried tomatoes [tomatoes, sulfur dioxide (preservative)], sugar, canola oil and olive oil, spices, cheese culture, cream, stabilizers [carob bean and/or guar gums], lactc acid, potassium sorbate [preservative], crushed garlic, citric acid, corn syrup solids, maltodextin, natural flavors, sodium citrate, sodium phosphate, enzymes), roasted tomatoes (tomatoes, roasted tomatoes, canola oil, olive oil, garlic, oregeno, salt).