Sunday, March 9, 2014

Sandwich Inspiration from Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ® + Giveaway

The coupons for free product, information, and gift card have been provided by Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ®.  All opinions and experiences are my own.

Who doesn't love a good sandwich, right?

But bread has become a rather taboo treat lately. Whether you are counting carbs or worried about the extra calories, it is hard to create a great sandwich without a way to hold in all the yummy fixings.

So I was ready to take a new look at my favorite sandwiches. I grabbed Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ® to see if I could have my sandwich, and be able to enjoy it too.

I found all three options at my local Walmart, right in the bread section.

Now, I love bagel sandwiches, but sometimes the bagel can be too much. Too filling, too dry... just too much of a mouthful. I grabbed a bag of Thomas'® Bagel Thins® Bagels, in Everything. All Bagel Thins® are 110 calories, cholesterol-free, low in fat and contain zero grams of Trans Fat. Now, don't they look even better?

Instead of grabbing that bagel shop morning sandwich, which can really add up, I made one for myself at home. ...And I promise, I didn't miss the big, dry bagel. 

Great Morning Bagel Thins ®

You Will Need:
  • 1 fried egg
  • 1 slice provolone cheese
  • 2 slices of bacon
  • 1  Bagel Thins ® 
Mmm... this was a great way to start the day and I wasn't feeling sluggish afterwards. It was the perfect start to my good morning.

Did you know that Bagel Thins are only 3 points on Weight Watchers? You can find more delicious recipes on the Weight Watchers site. And even more fun on the Thomas' site.

For lunch I decided to have my fill with a Pocket Thins. I just adore pita pockets and flatbread because they can hold a salad in sandwich style. This time I made a filling Greek Salad to fill my whole wheat Pocket Thins.

Greek Chicken Pocket Thins® Sandwich
You Will Need:
  • Plain Greek yogurt
  • Greek Peppercinis, sliced thin
  • Kalamata olives
  • Grape Tomatoes, halved
  • Grilled, sliced Chicken
  • Butter lettuce, torn
  • Whole Wheat Pocket Thins
  • olive oil
  • lemon juice
Smear the inside of a Pocket Thins with a little Greek yogurt (instead of mayo). Add your ingredients to the pocket and then drizzle with a little olive oil and lemon juice.

So easy. How would you load up yours?

But let's not forget the Sandwich Thins! For this classic sandwich twist I went with classic tuna sandwich and then stacked it high. More is alwasy better, right? Use Greek yogurt in the tuna salad to cut out some of the fat. Or check out other Weight Watchers recipe ideas.

Andrea's Stacked Tuna Sandwich Thins®
You Will Need
  • 1 can of white meat tuna
  • Plain Greek yogurt
  • Butter lettuce, torn
  • Colby Jack Cheese
  • Red onion, sliced thin
  • Tomato Slices
  • Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins

Okay, now that you saw what I made with my Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ®, are you inspired to make something for yourself?

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