A Little Time and a Keyboard: Introducing Wonder Bread Smart White Bread and the "Wonder-izer"

Friday, October 19, 2012

Introducing Wonder Bread Smart White Bread and the "Wonder-izer"

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wonder bread for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
I have recently learned about a new product from Wonder bread that launched this past summer--Smartwhite. Smartwhite is only 50 calories per slice (which is nice because you make a sandwich with 2 slices of bread, so it is annoying when you already blow 200-250 calories on bread alone) and does not contain high fructose corn syrup. The bread is fortified to contain the same amount of fiber as wheat bread. So, if your child is having as much difficulty changing over to wheat bread as my daughter is, this may be an option.
Wonder also has a cool section to its website where you can browse recipe ideas using bread. Trust me, there are things there that you would never have thought of. For example, there is a recipe for a pear cobbler, Swedish pork chops, and mushroom appetizer croustades.
Of course, using The Sandwich Wonder-izer!, you can browse recipe ideas for sandwiches or create your own. I gave the app a spin and created my own. To my sandwich, I added a number of ingredients: 2 slices Smartwhite bread , 1 serving Turkey, spinach, red onion, tomato,dill pickles, swiss cheese (reduced fat) mustard.

Once my sandwich was assembled, I was able to look at the nutrional values for the sandwich. I also could compare the values to what I need for the daily averages. The app was easy to use and I learned that my sandwich was 309 calories. Not bad!
I love when websites allow you to check out nutritional information. It can really help you make some healthier choices. You can check out The Sandwich Wonder-izer! yourself.  You can even share your creations with others via social networks. Also, you can follow Wonder Bread on Facebook to stay up to date with new products, contests, and applications.

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