New Sandwich Bread Recommended

May 29, 2009 at 10:27 am 2 comments

2 Kids Give This Product Their Highest Rating

2 Kids Give This Product Their Highest Rating

When I introduce a healthy food to my  children, who are whole wheat averse,

and achieve 4  thumbs-up, it is news worth sharing. After all, finding nutrient rich food

items that appeal to  the whole family makes preparing lunch a feel good experience that’s worthy of repeating.

My newest discovery is:

Arnold Select™ Sandwich Thins and Pepperidge Farm Deli Flats. Along the lines of a thin Panini type bread, this is a  welcome cross between a roll (too thick) and ArnoldSandwichThinsbread (boring).  Round in shape, but flat is 100% whole wheat products provides a robust 5 grams of fiber per roll and fits hands nicely, and hugs contents effectively. Whether your kids like sliced turkey,  or peanut butter, this roll isn’t filling, but holds fillings well. This last comment matters a lot to my kids who complain when the sandwich is too messy to handle,  or requires tackling to eat. And, with no saturated or trans fats, it is well worth adding to your grocery list.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. 2010 in review « Feeding Kids and You  |  January 2, 2011 at 7:39 am

    [...] New Sandwich Bread Recommended May 2009 4 [...]

  • 2. Two Week Trial Blog  |  September 9, 2010 at 10:49 pm

    [...] a positive note, I discovered these round flat bread things that you use for sandwiches instead of bread. (Thanks, Julia!) There are several different kinds [...]

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