Brownberry Veggie Herb Sandwich Thins
Just because something is nutritious doesn’t mean it shouldn’t also be delicious. Brownberry Breads deliver both. Every delectable Sandwich Thins Rolls is bursting with fresh-baked flavor and made with cauliflower. Build a burger with ground turkey, fresh veggies, and a tangy Greek yogurt topping. Make bistro-style breakfast sandwiches at home with farm-fresh eggs, choice of protein, and a slice of cheese. Try them as a base for wholesome mini pizzas that even kids will love. You can feel good about making the simple and delicious choices with our freshly-baked breads and rolls whether you prefer them toasted or straight from the bag. All the varieties of Brownberry Sandwich Thins Rolls provide a great taste that’s freshly baked, and you can proudly say, "this is my bread".
- Freshly baked and crafted with premium ingredients and whole grains
- Free from artificial color and flavors and contain no high fructose corn syrup
- 150 calories per roll
- Perfectly sized for making your favorite sandwiches, avocado toast, or toasted and drizzled with honey
- Brownberry consistently works to improve the quality of ingredients, make eco-friendly choices, and give back to the community
Whole Wheat Flour , Water , Enriched Wheat Flour [ Flour , Malted Barley Flour , Reduced Iron , Niacin , Thiamin Mononitrate ( Vitamin B1 ) , Riboflavin , ( Vitamin B2 ) , Folic Acid ] , Yeast , Cauliflower , Bulgur Wheat , Wheat Gluten , Sugar , Sea Salt , Olive Oil , Cellulose Fiber , Preservatives ( Calcium Propionate , Sorbic Acid ) , Grain Vinegar , Spices , Natural Flavor , Monoglycerides , Leavening ( Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate , Baking Soda , Monocalcium Phosphate ) , Datem , Citric Acid , Dehydrated Garlic , Cellulose Gum , Xanthan Gum , Soy Lecithin .
Contains Wheat and Their Derivatives,Soybean and its Derivatives.
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