I love how the texture of this is very hearty- helps keep me full! It toasts just like any other bread and stays fresh in the fridge for a long time. If you choose to freeze it, the slices actually thaw very quickly. I've used this in my Panini press as well, which again works just as easily.
(15 slices to a loaf, each slice 70 calories 1.5f/14c/2p)
Cinnamon Raisin Bread:
Add cinnamon to anything and I'm a fan. The raisins add a nice sweetness making this a tasty breakfast or quick dessert. But my favorite thing to use this flavor for is French toast! Texture and fridge/freezer wise this bread is the same as their 7-grain.
(15 slices to a loaf, each slice 80 calories 1.5f/15c/1p)
These were an unexpected surprise! My family let me use them a guinea pigs to try out a new recipe, Sloppy Joes! (healthified, of course). These were pretty perfect for that. They look like a big roll, so a deli sandwich could easily be made with these as well. They are a bit denser than the bread, so don't the buns won't soak up any liquids from what you may be cooking (soggy bread = the worst thing in life).
(4 buns to pack, each bun 200 calories 4f/40c/4p)
Cranberry Crunch Muffins:
I was kind of hesitant to try these at first because of how calorically dense they are, but let me just say it's worth it. If you are like me and don't want to wake up early to fix breakfast every morning, grab one of these and go! The size of these can't be compared to a normal size muffin seeing as though these are HUGE. They will keep you full for a while. They are also filled with several different types of nuts & seeds (hint the name cranberry CRUNCH muffins). Pumpkin and poppy seeds are the main crunchies which add a beautiful color and a fabulous taste.
(4 muffins to pack, each muffin 380 calories 18f/52c/4p)