You know what really makes or breaks a sandwich -- the bread you use? If you don't have good quality bread, then whatever you add to the center doesn't matter, as the quality and taste is lost with each bite you take. But, with so many breads available, how do you know which ones are the best for sandwiches you like to make and serve to your family? I have found that through trial and error and word of mouth and suggestions from family and friends, you'll be able to find a brand your family will love and that makes each bite you take of a sandwich, leaving you saying or thinking, "Wow!"
Do you have a favorite bread you like to use when making sandwiches? Or, is your favorite determined by the type of sandwich you are waiting -- i.e. grilled cheese, cold cut, tuna, etc. Through a recent review opportunity and then talking with friends who have tried this particular bread brand, I am now sold on Dave's Killer Bread.
"Searching for a healthier way to enjoy bread in your daily diet, or trying to get your kids to eat more whole grain? Look no further than Dave’s Killer Bread, the #1 best-selling organic bread in the country. Based in Portland, Oregon, they’re changing the bread industry with their killer breads, packed with taste, texture and nutrition. Each loaf is packed with whole grains, Omega-3s, fiber, and protein. Their full line of 100% USDA Organic and Non-GMO breads will become instant family favorites."
Funny name for a bread company, right? Well, it is just stating how great this bread is in comparison to other better known brands. If it wasn't for this review opportunity through Moms Meet, I don't think I would have learned about Dave's Bread, or tried it, only to make the switch to this brand, for all my sandwich needs.
"Bold Bread Fact: There’s about ¼ cup of seeds in each loaf of our bread.
High in fiber, seeds help keep you fuller, longer!"
For a while, I was making decomposed sandwiches, where I would cut up the deli meats and put over salad, as I struggled to find a sandwich bread I liked. Wraps, which can be healthier (depending on the type you choose), really don't scream cold cut sandwich for me. How about you?
Just look at the 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced bread from Dave's Killer Bread...
"With 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced, you don’t have to sacrifice
taste and nutrition when watching calories. Loaded with grainy texture and
hearty flavor, 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced only has 60 calories
Can you name another bread brand that their "everything" bread looks like this? Probably not. The 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced bread from Dave's Killer Bread is chock full of tasty goodness that make up the 21 whole grains and seeds added to this hearty bread -- organic whole flaxseeds, organic ground whole flaxseeds, organic sunflower seeds, organic rolled oats, organic pumpkin seeds, organic millet, organic rye, organic brown rice, organic rolled triticale, organic rolled barley, organic unhulled brown sesame seeds, organic unhulled black sesame seeds, organic amaranth flakes, organic buckwheat, organic rolled spelt, organic blue cornmeal, organic ground yellow corn, organic rolled kamut® khorasan wheat, organic poppy seeds, organic quinoa, organic sorghum.
With each and every bite, you find yourself tasting the different seeds and grains. While it is always better to make a sandwich with something on the inside, this bread can be eaten straight from the bad for breakfast or a snack, and will fill you up. I have been toasting the 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced bread and spreading wither jam or melted butter on it in the AM for a hearty breakfast alternative. This will usually keep me full until lunch time, which is great for this busy on the go mom, who if she skips breakfast is more prone to unhealthy snacking.
In addition to the 21 Whole Grains and Seeds Thin-Sliced bread from Dave's Killer Bread, I was also sent their Good Seed™ bread (has the boldest texture and sweetest flavor of their breads), which has also become a family favorite.
This one is the one we seem to reach for more when making sandwiches, and that I have picked up more of as we went through the loaf in record time. Even my girls who are picky eaters, would ask for this bread over others when I would make them a cold cut sandwich. They also loved to have a piece straight from the bag to snack on.
Have you tried Dave's Killer Bread? If so, do you have a favorite flavor?
"Available in 12 varieties in major grocery chains across 17 states and parts of western Canada, Dave’s Killer Bread packs a punch with delicious flavors loaded
with seeds, ancient grains, and whole grain nutrition. Each slice also contains
as much protein as one egg! A loaf of Dave’s Killer Bread retails between $5.00
If you haven't experienced what "real" bread is supposed to taste like, then you will have to make a point to look for and pick up a loaf of Dave's Killer Bread the next time you go food shopping. I am confident that once you take a bite of this flavorful bread, you will be hooked, too, and wanting to make the switch.
To learn more about Dave's Killer Bread, including varieties available and stores in your area that carry this brand, visit -- http://www.daveskillerbread.com/. Need sandwich inspiration?
Make sure you check out the recipe section over at Dave's Killer Bread for easy to prepare sandwiches that will add a fun dimension to the already out the bag goodness of Dave's Killer Bread.
About Dave's Killer Bread:
Dave’s Killer Bread started out in 2005 and quickly became the favorite organic bread at their local Farmers Market in Portland, Oregon. Less than a decade later, they are the #1 best-selling organic bread in the country. All of their breads are organic, Non-GMO Project Verified,
and packed with killer taste and texture. Dave’s Killer Bread is known for its trademark explosion of seeds, delicious chewiness, and high quality ingredients. But the company strives to be more than just bread makers—they believe in creating lasting change for the bread industry, their communities, and their employees.
Disclosure: I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meet program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meets blogger, I agree to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product.