I'm always looking for condiments to put a little variety in my regular sandwich rotation without adding too many calories. Annie's Honey Mustard fits the bill quite nicely. It's sweet, it's zesty ... seriously, this stuff can take a turkey sandwich on wheat to a whole new level.
Since my love-fest with Annie's mustard has begun, I've taken some creative liberties by using it in non-traditional ways and creating atypical yet delicious concoctions. I recommend putting some on a chicken breast before baking or making your own French fries with oven-baked potato wedges and using this honey mustard as an alternative dipping sauce to ketchup. What are some ways you use mustard (other than in sandwiches)?
Annie's Naturals Organic Honey Mustard provides 10 calories, 40 mg of sodium (2% of the daily value) and 2 grams of sugars per teaspoon. The ingredients are Mustard (Apple Cider Vinegar, Yellow Mustard Seed, Salt), Sugar, Honey, and Cinnamon (all organic).
This can be purchased online at AnniesNaturals - a 9 ounce bottle costs $3.39, or a case of 12 for $38.65. This is on par with most 'organic' products costing more than regular products, but I thoroughly enjoyed this and would buy it again