Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain 15 Grain Bread (24oz / 2pk)
About this item
- Pepperidge Farm is a whole grain, low-carb bread that has no artificial colors or flavors and 6 grams dietary fiber
- Get your day's worth of whole grain
Get your daily dose of dietary fiber with Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain 15 Grain Bread. A good source of fiber and a healthy choice overall, this Pepperidge Farm low-carb bread packs in nutrition and quality ingredients with a low-calorie footprint.
Are There Any Artificial Flavors Or Colors In Pepperidge Farm 15 Grain Bread?
No, Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain 15 Grain Bread does not use flavors or colors from artificial sources.
What's The Difference Between Whole-Grain Bread And Multigrain Bread?
The terms "whole grain" and "multigrain" don't carry the same meaning. When a bread is referred to as a "whole grain bread" such as Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain 15 Grain Bread, it means that the entire grain kernel (bran, germ, and endosperm) is used from the milling process. Foods that include whole grains can be good sources of fiber, several B vitamins and minerals. On the other hand, when something is referred to as "multigrain" it's only saying that multiple grains are present, but it doesn't necessarily mean that any of those grains are "whole grains." Luckily, Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain 15 Grain bread is both whole grain and multigrain.
What Are Important Nutritional Facts Of Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain 15 Grain Bread?
Pepperidge Farm 15 Grain Bread is a low-calorie bread, with one serving containing only 120 calories. Additionally, one serving, or one slice, has 0.5% saturated fat (3% of your daily value); 130 milligrams of sodium (5% of your daily value) and 3 grams of sugar. Two slices, or two servings, contain 6 grams of dietary fiber.
What Kind of Recipes Are There for Pepperidge Farm Bread?
The recipe possibilities are endless with whole grain bread. For a savory-sweet take on a classic, make a grilled cheese sandwich with blue cheese, bacon and fig. Or, turn breakfast into a healthy, whole grain experience by baking (instead of frying) whole grain French toast using eggs, dried cranberries, milk and vanilla extract.