Product Review: Kinnikinnick Many Wonder Multi-grain Rice Bread

I ordered this bread a week or so ago when I placed an order for some surprise treats for Jon.  I have been looking for a good rye-like bread, and while I like Trader Joe’s, it isn’t sandwich-worthy (pieces are way too small).  Yesterday for lunch I decided to make a yummy sandwich out of it.  I toasted up 2 pieces of bread and put some roast chicken, provolone, Frank’s Red Hot & lettuce between the pieces.  I was very impressed by the taste & texture of this bread.  While it didn’t have a rye-like taste, it did have a very nice multi-grain flavor.  There was no crumbling or grittiness that you get from lots of rice breads.  The texture was very close to that I remember of gluten-filled breads that were toasted.  I have not tried packing this bread for lunch and then eating it later yet, so I am not sure how that would work out.  This bread is a definite order again on my list. 

The nutritional content is decent per slice in this bread as well:

Calories:  90

Total Fat:  3.5g

Sodium: 120mg

Total Carbohydrates: 18g

Fiber : 3g

Sugars: 2g

Protein: 2g




2 Responses

  1. […] served them along side of an open-faced fried egg sandwich.  I toasted 2 slices of Kinnikinnick’s Many Wonder Multi-Grain Bread  and then topped with fresh baby spinach, fried eggs and fresh chopped basil.  So good […]

  2. […] Kinnikinnick Many Wonder Multi-grain Bread is another one of my favorite breads.  This is the closest to rye that I have found, well except the Trader Joe’s Rye-less Rye, but that bread is way too small for sandwiches.  This bread makes amazing sandwiches!  I also happen to love this bread schmeared with almond butter & bananas for snack! TDF!  You can find this bread in the freezer section of your local health food stores, in some mainstream grocery stores and online. […]

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