Friday, October 19, 2012

Smartwhite for Kids Bread!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wonder bread for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Do any of you have trouble getting your kids to eat wheat bread? Some of ours like it, and some don't. They'll all eat it, but a couple will head for the white bread first chance they get. That's why I was excited to learn about the new Smartwhite for Kids from Wonder bread! While still retaining that soft texture, the new Smartwhite bread is made with no high fructose corn syrup, contains 50 calories per slice, and is made with the fiber of 100% whole wheat bread! It also contains the calcium equivalent to an 8 ounce glass of milk. Now that is something the entire family will enjoy!

So, while learning about the new Smartwhite bread, I also stumbled onto Wonder's The Sandwich Wonder-izer! Never heard of it? Basically, it's a fun way to create a new sandwich (or make your old favorite) online, and view the entire nutritional value of all your combined ingredients. And, you can also use the "Boost your Intake" feature to see recommended ingredients. Whether you're looking to increase your fiber, calcium, iron or protein, this feature gives you recommended add-ons for your sandwiches! One of my favorite sandwiches-whether lunchtime, or a late-night snack, is the classic peanut butter and banana. Not very original I know, but sometimes the oldies are the best! A slice of bread, lathered with peanut butter (can't go too light on this step), and sliced bananas layered on. Top with another slice of bread, and you have the ultimate sandwich! I "designed" my sandwich on the Wonderizer, and love being able to see the nutritional value for my complete sandwich, rather than trying to compute each ingredient. Super helpful, and kind of fun too! Head on over and make your own sandwich on the Sandwich Wonderizer!


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