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Colonial Hamburger Enriched Buns (24 oz., 16 ct.)

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Item # 30815

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  • Convenient quantity 
  • Feeds 16 people
  • Healthy hamburger buns
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If you're looking for the best burger buns to by, look no further than the Colonial™ Hamburger Enriched Buns (24 oz., 16 ct.). At a barbeque, everyone's hoping that their hamburger is placed on the best hamburger buns. The best burger bun recipe includes just the right ingredients to create a bread that doesn't fall apart when it is holding a juicy burger. Colonial Hamburger Enriched Buns have this perfect combination of ingredients and also are healthy hamburger buns.

How Many Burgers Can I Make with a Bun with Colonial Hamburger Enriched Buns?

This pack of Colonial Hamburger Enriched Buns comes with plenty of buns to handle even large events. This means that you can make hamburgers with buns for the entire crowd, or even use them for other purposes, like sloppy joes or pulled pork sandwiches.

Are Colonial Hamburger Enriched Buns Healthy?

These are healthy hamburger buns because they are only 110 calories per bun and only 10 of these calories come from fat. Each bun offers 4 grams of protein and only has 3 grams of sugar. There is no unhealthy trans fat in these buns.

Can I Only Use These Hamburger Bun for Hamburgers?

There are so many types of sandwiches that are better in a hamburger bun. One favorite is pulled pork and it is a simple meal to prepare. All you need for a pulled pork sandwich is a pork shoulder, crockpot and barbeque sauce. To prepare the pulled pork, first, make sure that you purchase a pork shoulder that will fit in your crockpot. If it doesn't fit, you can cut it into different sizes and put all the pieces in the pot together or freeze some pieces for another day. With the pork shoulder completely inside the crock pot, add enough barbeque sauce to cover the pork. If you want to not use so much barbeque sauce you can add some water and the flavor will still be delicious. Slow cook the pork shoulder in the sauce mixture over low heat. The key to good pulled pork is low heat and time. The pork is ready to eat with it is easily pulled apart with a fork. Just top your buns with the flavorful pork!

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