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Have you tried it yet? Sandwitch Things

Thursday, September 17, 2009



The are about 4.25 a pack onf 16 at Sam's Club I havn't seen it in the stores yet

Nuttition info is

here is what they look like



I liked the just from the package; They are even better slightly toasted on a grill don't even have to spray or butter them just toast on a hot grill.

I used them for a boca burger with all the trimning for toast for breakfast. They are fantastic.
and only 100 calories per bun they also provide 5 grams of fiber, 5 grams of protein. Which spark tells us a little protien with you snacks will help you not become hungry again so soon.
Toast them and use them as mini pizza bases I truly found them amazing and worth the price.

They are in a main sealed bag then in sealed wrap with eight buns in each to prevent them from growing stale.

Hugs Martha n TX
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  • CATIEBELLE
    I tried these and I liked them. I found them at Publix but they appear to be popular so you really have to look for them in the bread section.
    4316 days ago
  • NOMADDAD
    Look great but the search show they don't have them in the Frisco Tx, area - or in Dallas! emoticon
    4323 days ago
  • BIBLIOMANE40
    I've tried these too and I think they are great!

    Sherry
    4328 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4717360
    We have a version of these in Canada, but they are 170 calories, and I had one with a turkey burger, and it was excellent. I would be nice if they could come out with a lower calorie version, but here in Canada there are so many restrictions on foods, for example the Vita Muffins have to be made without vitamins, how dumb is that?
    4328 days ago
  • MARTHAR3
    Okay ya'll if your having trouble finding them like
    I was copy the below link and paste in your browser
    hope ya'll have better luck than I do. I got the

    Sorry! Arnold products are not available in your area.



    http://arnold.
    bimbobakeriesusa.com
    /produc
    t.cfm/upc/7341013547
    4328 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/17/2009 10:57:17 PM
  • MARTHAR3
    I guess our end of Texas is just now getting them I checked of Super Walmart and they didn't have them nor did our Brookshires here in town. Of course we are small town usa and get things last!!
    4328 days ago
  • CHEROKEE1946
    These have been around a long time now. They are good and three different types. Wal-Mart also sells them. They can be found in a lot of stores. You can go up on line and type Arnold's sandwich and put in your zip code and it will tell you all the stores in your area that carries them. They are good and sometimes I just put a 97/3 ground round on a half and put lettuce on top for the cover with a slice of tomato. Lot of different ways to use them. You can also open them up and use them as a little pizza with some sauce and cheese. Take care

    Hugs Colleen
    4328 days ago
  • SHIRLEYX
    These look great. Haven't seen them yet up here in Canada, but I'll keep a lookout for them. They really pack a lot of nutrition without too many calories! Good find!
    4328 days ago
  • CSNODGRASS
    I'll have to give them a shot!! Thanks!!
    4329 days ago
  • FAIRFAUX08
    Yes, I really like them, especially, the whole wheat! I tried them after a SP recommendation from another member. My opinion is they make great tuna sandwiches, toast, and BLTs. Arnolds has a winner!
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    4329 days ago
  • MARLIN515
    I just discovered this product and I love it ! I will never again eat white bread! emoticon
    4329 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4756432
    i haven't seen these yet but when they arrive in hawaii, i'll be the first in line. they're perfect for sandwhiches or even a snack. thanks!!
    4329 days ago
  • SHOEGAL182
    I have tried every one of them, they come in 3 different varieties. Love them love them love them. Toasted or soft, either way they are delicious!!!! My favorite is making them into pizza's, yum-mo!!!
    4329 days ago
  • NANCYS_TIME
    I saw those at Publix grocery store here too, but have not tried them. I stopped using bread and started using Thomas' Better Start Light Multi-grain English Muffins for my Boca burgers. About the same size as those sandwich thins. The only difference in nutrition is lower sodium and slightly higher carbs on the Thomas' muffins. I may just try those sandwich thins now too.
    4329 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/17/2009 4:56:04 PM
  • BOBBI1968
    I found these at Frys over by the Boboli's, and absolutely love them - you can use them for everything.
    4329 days ago
  • PATTIANNT
    I love these too martha! I have also found these in our Super Walmart. They are hidden in our bakery section amongst all of the fancy bread.
    GREAT POST!
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    4329 days ago
  • MAZZY0774
    We saw these at Walmart! I must try them now.

    Thanks!

    Sherry
    4329 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/17/2009 4:39:20 PM
  • PATTIANNT
    I love these too martha! I have also found these in our Super Walmart. They are hidden in our bakery section amongst all of the fancy bread.
    GREAT POST!
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    4329 days ago
  • PATTIANNT
    I love these too martha! I have also found these in our Super Walmart. They are hidden in our bakery section amongst all of the fancy bread.
    GREAT POST!
    emoticon
    4329 days ago
  • no profile photo GIANT-STEPS
    I was looking these over at Costco when another shopper came by to tell me how much she liked them. We've been getting these for burgers ever since. I saw them at Kroger's as well so I think they are catching on.
    4329 days ago
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