The day has finally come that we have sandwich thins over here on the West Coast. I’ve always been jealous of my fellow bloggers enjoying their sandwiches and burgers on Arnold’s or Pepperidge Farms sandwich thins and never been able to find them here where I live. I’ve even gone as far as contacting the companies to ask them where I could buy them. The wait is gone since Oroweat/Arnold’s brings them to the West Coast! I don’t have to enjoy my sandwiches and burgers open face anymore. The whole “set”, top and bottom are only 100 calories, 1 WW, 1 gram of fat, zero cholesterol, 230 milligram of sodium, 22 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of dietary fiber, 2 gram of sugar and 4 grams of protein. Of course, given the “lightness” in the caloric department, don’t expect the bread to be thick and hearty. They are thin, just enough to give your ingredients a good coverage and that is it. I always enjoy the ingredients in my sandwich and burgers more than the vessel that holds it together. The bread is flat, soft and chewy. I did not feel that it tasted “airy” like some other lower in calorie breads. I felt like I actually ate something when I use these sandwich thins. The pack comes with a generous 8 set of thins. Option for multigrain or 100% whole wheat.
– Conveniently pre-sliced
– Only 100 calories
– No High Fructose Corn Syrup
– 5 grams of fiber
– 4 grams of protein
– 19 grams of whole grain per serving
Perfect size for Sunshine and Gardenburgers. Made some delicious peanut butter and jelly sandwich with these too. If you are a huge fan, get them at Costco for an awesome deal. I think it was around $4.50 for a pack of 16.
Retails: $2.99 pk of 8 @ Albertson
My Cost: on sale $2.50
Calories: 100 per Thin (top & bottom)