Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Arnold and Thomas Thins Review {with Giveaway}



Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins® provided me with coupons for free product and a gift card for my recipe ingredients. All opinions in this post are my own.

I love bread! All bread! And so does my family. However, my kids cannot finish a whole bagel at school for lunch and I, well, shouldn't eat a whole bagel by myself if I don't want to spend endless hours trying to work it back off. That is why I was very excited when Arnold®, Brownberry® and Oroweat® Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Thomas’® Bagel Thins® reached out to me to see if I wanted to try their new Weight Watchers® endorsed Thins. With 110 calories or less, and options including Healthy Multi-grain, Flax & Fiber, and 100% Whole Wheat, the recipe possibilities are endless.

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

As you can see from the picture All Arnold®, Brownberry® and Oroweat® Sandwich Thins® Rolls are 100 calories, cholesterol-free foods, containing zero grams of Trans Fat and no high fructose corn syrup. Plus they are only a 3 PointsPlus VALUE® according to Weight Watchers®! The available varieties are 100% Whole Wheat, Healthy Multi-grain, Honey Wheat and Flax & Fiber.

The Bagel Thins® are 110 calories, cholesterol-free, low in fat and contain zero grams of Trans Fat as well. They are a 3 PointsPlus VALUE® like the Sandwich Thins and are available in the following varieties: Plain, 100% Whole Wheat, Cinnamon Raisin and Everything.

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

The Pocket Thins® are 100 calories as well, a cholesterol-free foods, containing zero grams of Trans Fat and no high fructose corn syrup. They also have the same 3 PointsPlus VALUE®.

After learning all the positives of the products there was only one way to find out if we would like the taste as well: Pack lunch!

I made three different recipes and packed them for lunch to see what my family would think:


Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

What you need:
Recipe can be found here.

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

How to make it:



The result:

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com
Packed in Easylunchboxes

We loved the Sandwich Thins! They are a great alternative to bread or a roll and besides the fact that they are only 100 calories EVERYONE liked the taste! Paired with the curried chicken it was a great addition to our lunch rotation!


Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

What you need:

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

How to make it:


The Result:

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com
Packed in Easylunchboxes

Breakfast for Lunch is always a hit at our house but now I can actually enjoy a bagel without the guilt! The kids were able to finish the bagels at school as well and lightly toasted they were a new favorite!

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

What you need:

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com

How to make it:


The Result:

Arnold and Thomas' Thins Review {+Giveaway} - mamabelly.com
Packed in Easylunchboxes

I love Pita Pockets for lunch but I have to say I really enjoyed the Italian Herb Pocket Thins since they had less calories but a lot more flavor! The kids preferred the plain ones over the Italian Herb ones but that just means more for me ;)

Overall: We loved all the Arnold and Thomas Thins products we tried and want to give you a chance to win both coupons for free products and a $25 Visa gift card of you own so you can either recreate the recipes above or your own!

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51 comments:

  1. I want to try the pocket thins!! I have a really good chicken salad that The Girl likes. :)

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  2. I would pack a yummy chicken salad!!

    p.s. your photos for this post are FABULOUS. Love everything! Your review is great and I love your animated pics!!!!

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  3. I want to try the pocket thins, I've never seen them! Love you gif's too!

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  4. I would make Sandwich Thins tuna sandwich with Greek yogurt.

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  5. I'm going to try that curry chicken salad. That looks yummy!

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  6. I'm going to try that curry chicken salad. That looks yummy!

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  7. I would pack a tuna melt with the sandwich thins!

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  8. I would make a turkey and avacado sandwich on a whole wheat pocket thin.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Entered the rafflecopter form as "Wild Orchid"

    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  9. Ham and cheese on a Sandwich Thin.

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  10. I would try a breakfast sandwich-- bacon, egg and cheese.

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  11. Your curried chicken salad looks great! Do you have a favorite brand of jarred chutney? I've had trouble finding a good one.

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  12. I would use the Sandwich Thins with thin sliced turkey and cheese!

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  13. Carrot sticks, cubes of ham, cucumber slices, pita bread
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  14. I would make the breakfast bagel to put in the kids lunch boxes if I won!

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  15. I would pack a bagel thin sandwich: liverwurst on a cinnamon and raisin bagel thin.

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  16. I would pack a bagel thin sandwich!!

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  17. I would try the curried chicken sandwich thin!!!

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  18. I would make a turkey and cheese sandwich on bagel thins!

    Arifamily

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  19. I love bagel thins! PB&J is the best.

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  20. I would make a turkey, bacon and avocado sandwich using the honey wheat sandwich thins.

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  21. I just tried the pocket thins and love them

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  22. cream cheese and chives on a sandwich thin

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  23. A bagel thin, ham, swiss and mustard

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  24. I would pack tuna sandwiches and slice apples.

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  25. I have to say your sandwich looks ah-mazing. I love the everything bagel thins and would make a scrammbled bagelwich.

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  26. turkey bacon, spinach leaves, and tomatoes on the thomas wheat thins

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  27. I would pack turkey and hummus sandwiches.

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  28. Dude, these look so good! I love curried chicken salad, and now that you've reminded me I would pack that. For MYSELF.

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  29. Pocket thins stuffed with chicken curry

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  30. tunafish on a sandwich thin
    thanks
    aunteegem@yahoo.com

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  31. Curried chicken salad on Multi Grain Pocket Thins. YUM

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  32. Homemade chicken salad with lettuce and a bit of light mayo. Yum.

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  33. turkey and cheese sandwhich with some hummus maybe and some veggies

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  34. I will make a ham and cheese on a sandwich thin.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  35. I'd like a bagel thin with turkey, provolone, tomato, lettuce and avocado!

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  36. I'd pack a turkey sandwich on a bagel thin for my lil lady, a pbj for my lil dude and a chicken salad on a sandwich thin for myself. Yum.

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  37. chicken salad on a sandwich thin

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  38. I would make a pocket thin with turkey yum!

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  39. The chicken curry looks like it would be great to try

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  40. I would love to try the pocket thins! I'd fill it with fresh veggies and shredded seasoned chicken.

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  41. I would pack a pocket thin filled with shredded chicken an fresh veggies!

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  42. Italian Herb pocket this looks incredible!

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  43. I would love to try Italian herb pocket and put a piece of grilled chicken With veggies.

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  44. I would Like to try Italian herb thin pocket with grilled chicken with veggies. 😃

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  45. A tuna salad sandwich.

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