Monday, 22 October 2012

Crustless White Bread with Wholemeal - M&S

How many of us refused to eat our crusts when we were little? I know I did and now my own children do the same. But perhaps leaving our crusts behind is a strategy we should stick to.

When you omit the crusts from your slice of bread, you’re also chopping off lots of calories. Great for the waistline!

To save you the trouble of cutting off the crusts, M&S have brought out a NEW sliced white, 400g loaf, which comes complete without the crusts. But that’s not all. It’s high in fibre because it has added wholemeal wheatflour and even better, has just 45 calories a slice!

Marks & Spencer Crustless Supersoft White with Wholemeal is made with 19% added wholemeal wheatflour. However, it still looks and tastes just like white bread, so if you don’t like brown or wholemeal bread, then this is a good choice.


You can find Crustless Supersoft White with Wholemeal in M&S food departments.

Suitable for vegetarians. Suitable for freezing.

2 slices only 90 calories
To keep it at its velvety soft best, freeze it on the same day (unless you're likely to be using it all up within the next couple of days).

Nutrition Information per slice: 45 calories, 2.1g protein, 8.3g carbohydrate, 0.8g sugar, 0.4g fat, 0.1g saturates, 1.0g fibre, 0.15g salt.


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