Arnold Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins (2oz / 6pk)
About this item
- 100% whole wheat sandwich thins that are better tasting because made with olive oil and sea salt
- Six pre-sliced sandwich thin rolls that you can use for anything you use bread for
- Brand may vary by region
Eat bread and enjoy it, but without weighing yourself down with all the heavy carbs you don't want with Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins from Arnold. Bread is one of those things that many of us have a love/hate relationship with. You don't have to feel the same way about Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins though.
How Do These Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins Taste?
These sandwich thins taste like delicious bread, but are a lot lighter. They're 100% whole wheat and made with olive oil and sea salt for a bread taste that is savory and delicious. The company has improved upon the taste to make the thin sandwich bread taste more like what you get from a regular, traditionally cut bread.
What Can I Use Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins For?
You can use this product just like you would any whole wheat sandwich bread. If you want toast, make toast with it. If you want a sandwich, make a wheat bread sandwich with it. If you want grilled cheese, make a grilled cheese with it. You can really use whole grain sandwich thins the same way you use any of your other sliced bread.
How Do the Nutritional Facts Compare to Traditional Wheat Sandwich Bread Nutritional Facts?
In one serving of the whole wheat sandwich thins, which is one complete roll, there are 2g of fat, including .5g of saturated fat and 0 trans fat. There are 300mg of sodium. You'll get 28g of carbohydrates that include 4g of dietary fiber and 3g of sugars. The rolls each have 6g of protein in them and 140 calories.
In one serving of traditional whole wheat bread, which is one slice of the bread, there are 1.5g of fat and no saturated or trans fat. There are 140mg of sodium. The carbohydrates in just one slice of the regular bread are at 19g with 2g of dietary fiber and 3g of sugars. That means that if you make a sandwich with two slices of bread, you're going to get 38g of carbs. The protein per slice is 4g. And the calories per slice are 100, making a sandwich come out at 200 calories just for the bread.