Obviously, I love bread. I bake it and have eaten more than my fair share. But, nothing – and I mean nothing, makes bread so satisfying as using it for a sandwich. Did I mention I’m a fan of sandwiches?
My favorite sandwich breads are sourdough, rye, potato (being one of my absolute favorites), and wheat. When the Atkins fad came, I saw a proliferation of wraps to replace breads. I tried to jump on the wrap wagon, but I missed the bus. Something about it doesn’t cut it for me. I missed the soft and pillowy texture of bread. Moreover, wraps necessarily are not more healthy than bread. (Check your labels!)
Then, I noticed these little suckers popping up everywhere:
Seemingly harmless. Surprisingly DELICIOUS. Surprisingly because I was expecting to hate it. Delicious because it really is soft and filling (5 grams of fiber and 5 grams of protein).
It went perfectly with my PB&J breakfast.
It even withstood the hard-to-spread PB that Binks likes to use.
Lunch was a Boca burger, light on the sides (unlike here) – just spinach, cheese, mustard and some dollops of hot sauce – I’ve been in a mood.
This bread really proves that you do not need a thick piece of bread to make your sandwich satisfying. Nor do you need a thin wrap to make the sandwich any more healthy.
*Just like the milk, my reviews are my own. Nature’s Own has no idea who I am. I’m just happy with the product and wanted to share!
Are you a sandwich fan? What’s your favorite sandwich? Are you a bread fiend? Have you tried sandwich thins? Do you like it?