Fitness Minutes: (159,731)
1,089 1/4/11 2:26 P
The heartiest low-cal bread I have tried thus far is Arnold's Stoneground Whole Grain bread. 2 slices is 130 calories but it's a bit more filling to me than other low cal bread alternatives. It makes a smaller sandwich but forces me to have healthy sides (a banana, an applesauce, etc.), HTH.
Fitness Minutes: (8,146)
3,572 1/4/11 11:38 A
We use Nature's Own for 35 calories a slice with 3x fiber.
totally understandable concern: high Cal bread can make healthy sandwiches slightly diet unfriendly. try natures own no sugar added bread (50 Cal/slice) or sara lee delightful bread (45 Cal/slice) -- both are whole wheat, high fiber, and, obviously, a little more diet friendly
Fitness Minutes: (176,425)
1/3/11 9:04 P
Have you tried the Deli Flats or Arnold Thins? I love them! I also love the Bagel Thins as well.
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1,534 1/3/11 5:28 P
I like Weight Watchers whole wheat bread. 45 Calories per slice and good protein and fiber counts too.
I love the Healthy Life brand. They have whole wheat and Italian bread, plus I think a few other kinds. They are 35-40 calories per slice. They also have white and wheat hamburger and hot dog buns. I think they taste great!
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5 1/3/11 12:57 P
I love Nature's Own Light 35 Calorie Honey Wheat Bread. It's only 35 calories a slice and then it's 100 for 3 slices. It's very tasty and great toasted with a little butter and jelly on it!
1/2/11 11:48 P
We use Nature's Own White-Wheat. 50 calories per slice.
i have had a few open faced sandwiches too... for all meals, and they are great! if not, i love the sandwich thins, thomas english muffins that are 100 calories, as well as sara lee's 45 calorie bread. i loooooove bread and hate to easte a lot of calories on a sandwich unless i have to!
Fitness Minutes: (71,351)
472 1/2/11 10:22 P
Pepperidge Farms also has bread that is 45 calories a slice. Or you could try those new Deli Thins that are made by a couple of different companies. They are round and are 100 calories. I tried the one made by Earthgrains. They were ok, but I really like the Pepperidge Farms bread better.
Fitness Minutes: (87,220)
8,044 1/2/11 10:06 P
I like aunt millies I think it's healthy request Light 100% whole wheat bread. It's about 45 calories per slice. What about the sandwich thins? I haven't tried them, but I hear they are lower calorie.
1/2/11 9:07 P
I think I's Nickles that has bread that is 35 calories a slcie. They have whole wheat and whole grain, I believe. I don't get it all the time, just when it's on sale. The packing, I think, is white with 35 writen on it pretty big. The only thing I seem to recall because it's been a while since I've bought it is that the first ingredient is water, followed by whole wheat flour.
Orowheat 100% Whole Wheat - Dutch Country style is hearty and 90 cals a slice. It's a good bread if you have a higher calorie limit for losing weight...but if you're maintaining, a heartier, higher cal rbead is more than okay.
1/2/11 1:07 P
I like "open-faced" sandwiches (bottom "bread" only) made with rice cakes and Wasa bread crackers. Healthy tortillas (I like La Tortilla Factory's Sonoma Carb Cutting Tortillas) are great for "rolled" sandwiches too.
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