Oh my! Arnold Select Multigrain Sandwich Thins are absolutely delicious and I'm sure you'll be all over them once you give them a try. They look similar to flat-breads, although these are a lot thinner. The texture of the bread is soft and it toasts great, giving you something warm and flavorful. When toasted, they are slightly crispy and go great with cream cheese - or our favorite Laughing Cow Light Spreadable Original Swiss Cheese Flavor Wedges, but they are also great for making your own pizzas, amazing for grilling and you can put anything in them to make your own sandwich creations or a healthy burger like the folks over at RonisWeigh.com.
Each bag of Arnold Select Multigrain Sandwich Thins contains 8 thins, which provides 100 calories each, 1 gram of fat (2% of RDA), 10% of the RDA for sodium (230 mg), 4 grams of protein and 22 grams of total carbohydrate (7% of RDA) which includes 5 grams of fiber (20% of RDA) and 2 grams of sugar. The ingredients include whole wheat flour, unbleached enriched wheat flour, brown rice, oats, flaxseed and rye. This product also contains wheat gluten and it doesn't contain any high fructose corn syrup.
Since Arnold Thins aren't quite flat breads or tortillas - so I'm not sure what to call them. In fact, Arnold has a naming competition going on.
Round Italian loaves took on the muffaletta, long rolls became the hoagie and three slices, the clubhouse. What about Sandwich Thins? Enter to win $2,500 for you and $2,500 for your favorite charity by creating the new name for a sandwich using Arnold Select Sandwich Thins at ArnoldNameThatSandwich.com (enter up until Sept. 19, 2008).
Arnold Bakery Light Wheat Bread was previously reviewed and it was delish (a real find at 80 calories in 2 slices), and let me tell you - this is equally great. I bought it for $4.49 at my local Whole Foods store, which is a bit pricey, but it was worth it. A 5 kiss rating and 2 thumbs up from me.