Sandwich Thins

Hi Nutritioulicious readers! It’s been a few hectic days here, so I apologize for the lack of posts, but I’m back and I have a new product to share with you all. As I think you know, I love trying new foods, and that includes those that pop up in the supermarket. Here’s one you’ll love: Arnold Sandwich Thins.


These Thins come in four different varieties: 100% whole wheat (shown here), multi-grain, whole grain white, and seedless rye. So far I have only tried the 100% Whole Wheat Thins and they are so flavorful and delicious — even Andy likes them! Each bun-like Thin, which includes a top and a bottom, is only 100 calories and 1 gram of fat, and has a whopping 5 grams of fiber, which will keep you full. (Most other whole wheat breads have 130-160 calories, 2 grams of fat, and 2-4 grams of fiber per 2 slices.) Here are the Nutrition Facts and Ingredients for the 100% Whole Wheat Thins (sorry it’s so small):


As you can see above, the Thins are made with whole grains and no high-fructose corn syrup, an ingredient you’ll find in some other whole grain breads.

The Thins are great fresh out of the bag or toasted, with anything from peanut butter to a turkey sandwich to a burger on top. If you haven’t already found them, get to the store and check them out (and no, I do not work for them!).

Have you tried the Arnold Sandwich Thins? What’s your favorite way to eat them?


6 responses to “Sandwich Thins

  1. My family & I love these thins. We eat them in the morning with some sliced cheese or cottage cheese on them or for dinner with burgers. We have also used them instead of big buns with sloppy joes!

  2. OOOPs – almost forgot our favorite use for these thins! As a substitute for PIZZA BAGELS!

  3. nutrition to kitchen

    Haven’t seen these in the store yet! These would be perfect to make small sandwiches for snacks as well as incorporating it into a larger meal. Thanks for the heads-up!

  4. FYI –
    If you live on the West Coast these will be packaged as “Oroweat” and not “Arnold” brand.
    They are the same exact product but named differently based on distribution area.
    I love these too!

  5. These are a god send. I recently started watching my fat intake what a great way to enjoy toast or a sandwhich without the guilt.

    • nutritioulicious

      Glad you like them…they are great! Most bread isn’t high in fat, but the calories and carbs from bread can add up fast, so it’s nice having a healthy alternative to regular sandwich bread. Enjoy!

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