Oatnut Bread (24 oz., 2 pk.)
About this item
- Oatnut Bread is a great source of fiber
- The hearty flavor is great for sandwiches
- Contains whole grains, oats and hazelnuts
Nothing beats the wholesome texture and flavor of Arnold® Oatnut Bread (24 oz., 2 pk.). Each slice of the loaf is full of a combination of oats and hazelnuts for a satisfying taste and sensation. Arnold has been in the bread making business for almost 60 years and offers an old-fashioned, homemade product to help ensure that those on an American diet get all the nutrients they need to be healthy.
Which Breads Are Good Sources of Fiber?
Oatnut Bread is among high fiber foods because it has fiber in the nuts, oats and grains. This is more of a triple fiber bread than a double fiber bread, but either way, you can count on improving the amount of fiber in your diet by eating this bread.
Is Arnold One of the Whole Wheat Bread Brands?
Yes. In addition to Oatnut Bread, Arnold has a variety of other bread choices including whole wheat. Each type of bread is made with the highest quality ingredients including whole grains. Arnold works to help its customers live a healthy life by eating the right foods.
Can I Make Savory Sandwiches with Oatnut Bread?
Yes. The combination of flavor from lunch meat, cheese, and other savory toppings pair well with this hearty bread. The slices contain hazelnuts which are a sweet tasting nut, however, they are in small pieces that do not overpower the flavor of the bread.
What Else Can I Make With Oatnut Bread?
A great way to incorporate this bread into your diet without limiting yourself to sandwiches is to use it as bread crumbs to add a crunchy layer of fiber-rich goodness to your mead. Take a few slices of the bread and place in the oven at 350 for about 10 minutes or until the bread feels crunchy and is golden brown. Tear up the bread pieces and put into the food processor to create bread crumbs. To stick the bread crumbs to meant all you need to do is dip your meat in whisked eggs then dip the egg coated meat in the bread crumbs. Try to cover all of the meat with the bread crumbs then bake or pan sear until the interior of the meat is cooked through.