Arby’s New Mild or Spicy Fajita Flatbreads

Arby’s has done fajita flatbread sandwiches in the past… (see here and here and a review here) and the latest offers some slight changes to make them new again. You can get new Fajita Flatbreads spicy (with spicy ghost pepper sour cream sauce) or mild (with avocado sour cream sauce). Arbys Fajita FlatbreadHere’s the line-up:

  • Mild Chicken Fajita Flatbread: Fire roasted peppers, colby jack, roasted chicken, lettuce, red onion, tomato slices and avocado sour cream sauce. Our new Mild Chicken Fajitas taste like they’re served on a skillet, but they come on top of a soft flatbread.  570 cal, 28g fat, 30g protein
  • Spicy Chicken Fajita Flatbread: The difference between a Spicy Chicken Fajita Flatbread and a mild one is all in the sauce. Arby’s infused Ghost peppers into its avocado sour cream. That’s why the fire-roasted red & yellow peppers, lettuce, colby jack, roasted chicken and red onion and tomato slices all taste like they’re on fire. They’re not actually on fire. It’s just the Ghost peppers. That’s what Ghost peppers do.  570 cal, 28g fat, 31g protein
  • Mild Steak Fajita Flatbread: Arby’s Mild Steak Fajita Flatbread is stacked with tender Angus steak slices, fire-roasted red & yellow peppers, lettuce, Colby-Jack and red onion and tomato slices. Then Arby’s tops it with an avocado sour cream sauce. It’s a lot of fajita for one flatbread, but don’t underestimate that flatbread.  580 cal, 29g fat, 31g protein
  • Spicy Steak Fajita Flatbread: Similar to the Mild Steak Fajita Flatbread, Arby’s piled in slices of Angus steak, roasted red & yellow peppers, Colby-Jack, red onion and tomato slices and lettuce. Unlike the Mild Steak Fajita Flatbread, Arby’s lathered on a spicy ghost pepper sour cream sauce. Don’t worry, there’s milk if you need it. On the Kids menu. 580 cal, 29g fat, 31g protein

4 comments on “Arby’s New Mild or Spicy Fajita Flatbreads

  1. Johnnyboy says:

    I think I am always craving Arby’s once a week because of their commercials on TV all the time. But I am always down and craving for their Roast Beef or Cheddar Roast Beef, the fries and horsey sauce. I always get the biggest roast beef sandwich….but the closed one from me are all about 10 miles away. Lol!

    • Robert says:

      Their plain roast beef is vile. They have plenty of good things on their menu (like most of their chicken products, or their market fresh sandwiches) but my god, their default roast beef (and watching them thaw the pre-formed block in a sink running cold water over it) makes me nauseous.

      • Johnnyboy says:

        Wow, never knew it was frozen. I guess putting a lot of Arby’s horsey sauce and BBQ sauce make sit palatable. I guess I liked it for nostalgic reasons.

      • Sascha says:

        The Roast Beef is fine. How do you quickly thaw frozen meat, may I ask? Cold water always works best for me. Yeah, they have introduced some better meats in recent years, but at the same time the prices have skyrocketed. People on here complain when BK, Wendy’s and others introduce an occasional $5+ sandwich, but I think that’s become the average at Arby’s by now. Also, you mentioned the chicken. I liked it, but it seems to have gotten a mostly negative reaction here and other places, compared to the old chicken. Lastly, looks lite they replaced the 3 cheese and bacon sandwich with a modified 3 cheese on a regular bun, instead of sub style. It’s felonious!

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