I love bread, I hate bread. OOOoooh I really love breads. I've always eaten whole wheat and whole grain breads. My children have never had a sandwich with white bread and I hope that they never do.
I'm not sure why I hadn't heard of these before but apparently "other" parts of the country have had Arnold's Oroweat sandwich thins for some time. I saw them at our local store and instantly caved to the buy one/get one deal. I tried both the whole wheat and the multi-grain varieties.
Did I like them? You bet! They aren't huge fluffy rolls but they are quite delish and I've made a gazillion things with them! The obvious things are sandwiches and veggie/turkey burgers, but here are a two of my favorite things to do with them:
I just use sliced tomatoes, bit of fresh basil and some LF Mozzarella
Use a bit of Pam spray in a sandwich press (or pan) and grille your favorite sandwich
Are you avoiding high fructose corn syrup? I have become vigilant at looking for this. I actually buy a lot of the different Arnold's breads and most (if not all?) do not contain high fructose corn syrup. These contain 19 grams of whole grain per serving, another thing I look for when I buy breads. The best part? They are only 100 calories and if you are a point counter like me, they are only one Weight Watcher point!
Have you tried the Arnold's Oroweat Sandwich Thins? What have you made with them? Share your ideas with us!