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Sunday, October 4, 2009

Product review & giveaway: Wonder Bread

This is a compensated review from BlogHer and Wonder®.

The folks at Wonder asked us to do a taste test between three good sources of calcium: Wonder® bread, spinach, and red beans. You know how much we like taste tests around here, so we agreed in a heart beat.

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On the day of the test, I arranged some cute pottery plates and bowls and offered the girls cooked spinach (with a little butter and seasoning), red beans, and a slice of Wonder bread and asked them to taste everything.


The Official Results:
The girls preferred the Wonder bread hands down. I figured they might turn up their noses at the spinach, but was kind of surprised that my little legume-lovers weren't even tempted by the red beans. Interesting... It was also interesting to find out that Wonder bread has some seriously pumped up calcium levels—two slices have as much calcium as a glass of milk. I always figured that bread had a bunch of nutrients and carbs and all that, but never checked to see that some brands had calcium too (seriously, when I'm in the grocery store with the twinados, my only goal is to get in and out as fast as humanly possible and without injury to ourselves or innocent bystanders, there is no time for label reading). Just for kicks, I compared the Wonder bread against our family's standby bread, and a slice of Wonder has 15% of your daily calcium, while our old fave has 4%. Oh.

The Bottom Line:
The kids loved it, and I like that I can give it instead of milk on days when their sensitive little stomachs are just not tolerating dairy products (yes we have gastro issues galore in this house). The adults preferred the Wonder bread over the spinach and red beans, but didn't prefer it over our family's standby bread.

Areas for Improvement:
I think the Wonder bread is great for kids, but how about a hearty, seedy version that adults would go for? I'm a sucker for those local bakery loafs that are so heavy and have so many seeds that they pop off while you're trying to butter them. Mmmmmm, that's what I'm always trying to get close to with my grocery-store bread.

Giveaway for $100 plus a year of Wonder bread:
The folks at Wonder are giving away a $100 Visa gift card plus a year’s supply of Wonder bread (that’s 52 coupons for one free loaf of Wonder® Classic White or Wonder® Classic White Sandwich bread) to one lucky Salsa reader. To enter, leave me a comment below and tell me your favorite kind of sandwich to make with Wonder bread (either now or when you were a kid).

The Rules:
Giveaway open from 10/5/09 - 11/4/09. No duplicate comments. You may receive an additional entry by linking on Twitter and leaving a link in the comments. You may receive an additional entry by blogging about this contest and leaving a link in the comments. This giveaway is open to US-residents, aged 18 and over. Winners will be selected via random draw on 11/5/09, and will notified on this blog and by e-mail (if you have given a valid email). You have 48 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

If you need further clarification, see the Official Rules. Also, check out other Wonder® taste-test results - you've got 6 chances to win.

For more information, please see the official Wonder® web site.

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Update on 11/5/09: THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. NO MORE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED, AND THE WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER TODAY (Nov 5).

271 comments:

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Maggie said...

Wow. First comment on Salsa. That's unheard of. We make lots of sandwiches around here, but on Wonder bread, there's nothing better than a good old PB&J. A close runner-up would be grilled cheese with cheddar and slices of granny smith apples, though.

Anonymous said...

haha they know what they are talking about
very smart girls

Dustin said...

Peanut butter and jelly!

Sandra said...

peanut butter and banana

Mom 2 Four said...

Definitely a BLT, or wait a minute maybe a PBJ. Aren't all sandwiches good on Wonderbread?

Crystal said...

Toasted bread with ham & melted cheese. Yum!

TK said...

NOthing better than a good ol' PB&J!

Kim O
sweetiee1@yahoo.com

Trish said...

I wish I could get my girl to eat spinach. My fave as a kid was grilled peanut butter sandwiches. Yum....warm and melted peanut butter. Trish

Ladybugsmom said...

I love to put homemade pimento chees and a slice of tomato on my Wonder Bread...or yummy peanut butter and banana...delish.
Emiy

Jenn's journey with boys said...

ok, some people might say this is really gross, but when we were little we used to eat peanut butter and pickle sandwiches on good old wonder bread! yum-o!

MotherMotherOcean said...

I am a salami gal.

threekidchaos said...

yummm, pb&J

FinsUp said...

What a huge giveaway!

I am a sucker for grilled cheese sandwiches on Wonder. Lightly spread mayo (yup, mayo) on both sides of the bread. Use 1.5 slices of American cheese because that is what is needed to cover every inch of bread. Lightly sprinkle with pepper and grill in a pan with a pat of butter. I'm hungry!

Linda V said...

It has to be grilled cheese-with the cheese slices wrapped in plastic.

Sue Jolly said...

My favorite sandwich with Wonder bread is Grilled pimento cheese, served with tomato soup

Melissa said...

Miracle Whip, Lots of Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato and Swiss Cheese - please!

THANKS for the opportunity to win!

Type (little) a said...

PB&J or Grilled Cheese, or PB&Nutella.

Stacy said...

I have to admit, my son takes PB&J on Wonderbread EVERY day to school! But, anything goes on that bread.

Heidi said...

I like a salami and provolone sandwich with a little bit of mustard!

Kris said...

we ONLY used wonder bread growing up, especially overseas (lived in Bangladesh and Iran, and friends from the base would get it for us, dad was not military). i hated PB & J as a kid, so it was always, hands down, bologna and mustard for me. i know, right?!

Jenny said...

Our house is a toasted peanut butter and banana sandwich kind of crew. My 2 year old loves when the bread is fresh and smells great right out of the bag!

~Jenny
St. Louis, MO

Cora said...

that is the cutest video! would love to be entered I have heard our peanut loves bread and he will hopefully be home soon. My favorite sandwich is grilled cheese!

kelhorn said...

Just plain old PB and J is awesome on wonder bread.
kelhorn@umich.edu

Valerie said...

Gotta go with peanut butter & jelly!

kathy said...

oh the fluffer-nutter is the fav here in our house my middle son will eat no other! fun review, i had a sneaking hunch that wonder would win over spinich!

Resplendentquetzal said...

That's neat. We always avoided wonder bread, thinking it's gotta be the worst... you know white bread and all...

Stacey T. said...

Wonder Bread is the BEST bread for making grilled cheese sandwiches with plain old plastic wrapped American cheese!

AJ's Mama said...

PB&J of course!

Julie said...

Love the taste testing video. If you want truth, ask a child!

My favorite sandwich is a b.l.t. with homegrown tomatoes!

Anonymous said...

Hmmm...well, BLT with fresh tomatoes in the summertime. I also like Virginia baked ham and farmer's cheese.

Elisa

Tony and Rett said...

Hmm, don't gag. When I was a kid, I loved Mayo sandwiches on Wonder Bread! Soft and salty! YUM!

Nikki said...

Any kind of sandwich is good around here.
Lately we've been digging good ol' tuna salad sandwiches.
Mmmmmmm.

Anonymous said...

Especially in the fall, love grilled cheese! Lin

mimi's mommy said...

Favorite of all time--Good ole Wonder Bread(white) grilled cheese(yellow American)sandwich!! Hands down!!!!

Jodi said...

My favorite, as a child, was Peanut butter and banana sandwich on good old wonderbread.

Jodi
purehrt555(at)yahoo(dot)Com

Brandi said...

Mmmm...I'd have to say grilled cheese or PB&J with bananas. Yummy!

Amanda said...

I loved (still do!) peanut butter and honey sandwiches on Wonderbread.

Jenny said...

PBJ or PB Fluff, a fluffernutter.

Joanna & Tim said...

Fluffernutters are the best on Wonderbread. Thanks for the chance to win. My daughter would eat bread for every meal if we let her. :)

Jennifer said...

Hmmm....has to be grilled cheese for me. Now, my kids? That's a different question, probably with 6 different answers. :)

Jennifer said...

PB&J is the best sandwich on Wonder bread!!

salmoneggrolls said...

My favorite sandiwch as a child was grape jelly, Jif peanut butter, and Lay potato chips on yummy white Wonder bread! MMMMM

Anonymous said...

Good old grilled cheese.

Jodi
Durx3js(at)hotmail(dot)com

Jessica Lui said...

My mom makes a delicious roast beef/swiss cheese sandwich (with horseradish mayo) that I've loved since I was a kid!

jenarow said...

Nutella and fluff. I'm not even sure if it counts as a true lunch sandwich. Maybe it should just be a dessert sandwich. It doesn't taste as good on anything else than wonder bread!

Donna said...

As a kid I lived on PB and fluff on Wonder bread. So soft and squishy.

Victoria said...

Toasted bread with ham & melted cheese.

Anonymous said...

I just ate it straight up! Love, love, love Wonder Bread. Yes, I should get that for April, too, who is lactose intolerant. I worry about her not getting enough Calcium, too. Wonder Bread straight up, while I was watching my Mom and Dad's home movies, while I was watching The Brady Bunch and Family Affair - yes, I remember it all.

Ilene
ilenesg@earthlink.net

Shannon said...

Wonder Bread is ideal for 2 kinds of sandwiches. 1st, your everyday PB and banana sandwhich. YUM. But 2nd is my fav, the leftover Thanksgiving sandwich. Wonderbread, mayo, turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, all smooshed together and heated in the microwave for 20 secs. It's my FAVORITE sandwich of all time.

Sam said...

I LOVE fresh tomato, mayo, and cheese sandwiches in the summer!!!! They are messy and yummy!!! They taste like summer. AND they only taste good on white bread.

My son Cullen (almost 13 years-old) is addicted to peanut butter, Simply Fruit blackberry, and cayenne pepper sandwiches (again on white bread). You seriously have to try it!!!

Kieren is only happy with real butter on white bread. She isn't really into food.

Sam @ Just Keep Swimming

Blythe said...

FREE FOOD? REALLY?

I'm graduating from college in May, and Free Necessities sound like a dream come true!

I like cheese/lettuce/tomato sandwiches, all though these days I have been tending more toward swiss/bell peppers/olives/tomatoes.

Delicious, I tell you!

GrowingUpLost said...

Oh gosh! Wonder bread has been around forever! Love them!!!

However, when it comes to sandwiches around here, the favorite is turkey and swiss cheese!

Anonymous said...

Butter up 2 slices of Wonder bread, and add a fried egg and a squirt of ketchup. Our family favorite.

DonnaP & Family

deelirious@comcast.net

Jennifer said...

I always enjoy a good peanut butter and honey sandwich. Still a kid at heart I guess.

Suzie said...

Wonder Bread with PB&J or cinammon toast!!

Love the video - your girls are so cute!

Amy said...

My daughter prefers peanut butter and jelly. No grape jelly, though. Either strawberry jam or a mixed-fruit jam.

With plain white wonder bread, I would personally prefer cinnamon toast or pimiento cheese.

MKAK said...

Grilled cheese.

The Happy Momma said...

Toasted peanut butter sandwiches are the best!

rrouth said...

Oh, my. Haven't had it in years, but as a child, my favorite sandwich was fried bologna.

Elle said...

Wonder bread is my husband's favorite. We love peanut butter and jelly.

dianna said...

We're a sandwich family, and love Wonder Bread! Our faves are Peanut butter & banana & good old PB & J!

christina said...

I had two favorite sandwiches to make with white bread as a kid. Well, the first one is a real sandwich it was Wonder Bread, Oscar Meyer's bologna, and Kraft American cheese with a thin layer of Best Food Mayonnaise (no, I'm not getting paid to drop names, they just had to be these brands otherwise I could taste the difference). I also liked to make "sandwiches" of white bread with mayonnaise in between. Then I'd pull off a chunk and smash it between my fingers until it was a little dense bit and pop it in my mouth and eat. Yum. Haven't done either in a verrrrry long time.
BTW, you can reach me at cgwms [at] yahoo [dot] com if I win. Thanks for letting me recant a sweet memory.

Sandra said...

Jasmine loves Wonderbread. She likes to crumple it up into a ball and stuff it in her mouth.

taylorchloejake said...

I've never given my kids wonderbread, but now I think I'll have try it out!

Jenna said...

I guess I am just boring... I still love classic PB&J... especially on soft white bread. It always has to be strawberry jam and it is also best when the bread is toasted and the pb is starting to melt... yummy!

Warren Dew said...

That has to be the cutest taste test ever. I liked the way Ro barely touched the spinach with her tongue, and I'm not sure Ree actually tasted the spinach at all - I guess the smell was enough.

I don't really eat sandwiches any more, but as a kid, I envied the kids who got tuna sandwiches, because I generally got bologna, which I didn't care for.

livieandhermommies said...

First the sandwich vote - for my 6 yr old it is nothing but lightly toasted Wonder Bread with PB!!

Now a suggestion if I may :
Cook 2 C. Rice in chicken stock per pkge directions. Saute lightly 1/2 sweet onion in olive oil, add to this 1 pkge Frozen spinach (squeeze out all water first) & add Salt & pepper to taste. Mix this with you completed rice...
THE ONLY WAY my child eats spinach! Goes well with Chicken, burgers, or pork chops.!

Molly's Mom said...

PBJ...peanutbutter on both sides of the bread, so the jelly won't squish through the bread making it turn all soggy and purple. And grape jelly. Only grape jelly.

Karen said...

PB and potato chip. Sounds odd but I love the sweet/salty combo with the crunch!

sara said...

I love a BLT. It was the first thing I learned to "cook" as a kid, and it's still a favorite standard of mine for lunch.

Jenn said...

My son and my favorite sandwich to make is grilled cheese. That paired with tomato soup is the BEST!

Larry and Kyndra said...

Personally a BLTCA (BLT with cheese and Avocado) but for Cass it must be jelly only!!
Kyndra

klparis said...

My favorite sandwiches as a kid were made on WonderBread! My mom used to make me a PB and Banana sandwich. That was, and probably still is, my fav!

Sharron said...

Tuna or grilled cheese.

Anonymous said...

Mmmmmm Wonder bread!!

My favorite Wonder sandwich is a good old ham and cheese. Yummmmmmm

Stace

Jamie said...

PB&J!

Now I'm hungry.

Jamie Eric Casey

Dawn said...

Creamy Peanutbutter and Marshmellow Creme!

AKA:
FlufferNutters!

~Dawn
plentiofsunshine@yahoo.com

Annette D said...

My son takes a ham sandwich, nothing but ham and Wonderbread, for lunch every day!
jedoggett@embarqmail.com

Elizabeth said...

Mmm... peanut butter and marshmallow fluff!!

Teresa said...

Banana and Nestle Quik (didn't have Hershey's Syrup and had to improvise) sandwiches.

Another favorite was cream cheese and jelly or peanut butter and marshmallow. I was always trying new things with Wonder Bread (I drew the line at liverwurst, though).

Molly said...

Wow! I love to eat PB & Strawberry Jam on Wonder Bread! loved the review!

Anonymous said...

peanut butter and banana sandwich- yum!!

Krista

Magi said...

We buy Wonder Bread made with whole grains for our daughter. She loves it, and I like that it's a whole grain bread.

While I enjoy a hearty bread as much as the next person, I still love a slices of fresh tomatoes on Wonder Bread with mayonnaise and salt. Mmmmm...love it!

Diana said...

Leftover meatloaf on 2 pieces of FRESH Wonderbread with Ketchup..nothing better:)

Sherry and Richie said...

Love peanut butter sandwiches... but also can't resist a good ol' grilled cheese sandwich! My husband loves spicy buffalo chicken deli meat!

Monica said...

Tuna Salad made with the good mayo on Wonder Bread with a lot of crisp green lettuce and a cold glass of milk. Yummmy!

flipflopsinthewinter said...

I remember as a kid we always got to have WonderBread at Grandma's...we never got that kind at our house so it was special.

And even better if it was toasted with butter and cinnamon and sugar!!

Anonymous said...

Toasted B.L.T..oh oh so good!

Kim Evans

Snickerdoodle said...

My mom would make cherry jam, from our cherry tree, each summer. I was the only one who ate the stuff, as it was incredibly sweet.

So, I'd smother the bread with that cherry jam, as thick as I pleased!

I loved loved loved it!!

Snick :)

Shannon (CA) said...

Oh man, nothing better than a PB&J on Wonder bread!!

Kathy said...

Great video! Favorites would be grilled cheese!

Kathy jkcronauer@comcast.net

Steve and Mellissa said...

WE love Wonderbread. We love grilled cheese with pickles. Second would be ham and cheese, then PB&J

Jen and Jose said...

hmmm.. bread soo many good uses! In my case here, at the Toro house, I always loved Grilled Cheese my way: (2 slices of wonder bread, buttered on the outside, 2 slices of cheese, and mayo on the inside) Smack all that into a panini grill and i'm in HEAVEN! Jen might also post her idea of the best sandwich... but I still think mines the right choice!

Debbie said...

I would say it has got to be fried bologna with ketchup...my girls love it too!

Chrissie said...

One of my fav sandwiches hands down has to be meatloaf (cold) with lots of butter - between 2 slices of soft, fresh white bread. Yum, oh yum - give me those carbs of white bread!

Thanks for the great giveaway!

csaestok@yahoo.com

Jen said...

Well I can Say I created a yummy creation a few months ago. It's 2 pieces of bread with mixed up mayo and tuna and a few GREEN olives, yes green olives.. I also put some EVOO and Black pepper. it's so YUMMY !!!

Thank You
jentoro@cfl.rr.com
http://adoptingzen.blogspot.com/

Jacquie said...

My favorite sandwich as a kid was peanut butter and jelly (grape of course). Still remains my fave today!

Anonymous said...

PB&Honey!! No doubt about it!!

sarahchapman (at) roadrunner . com

Mike, Terri and Ava said...

My dad's famous ketchup and cheese.

Kristi said...

So I was weird, I liked green pepper slices with Duke's mayo.

Amanda said...

Peanut butter & blackberry jelly!

Anonymous said...

Peanut Butter and Banana is the best! Especially yummy on that white bread like Wonderbread. One of the few kinds of sandwich all 3 kids will eat.

Rejeana

Felix said...

Some honey-smoked turkey slices, green-leaf lettuce, and tomato slices - yum!

Heather said...

Egg salad! Always buy Wonder when we make it. Love the comments the kids made-so funny!

Anonymous said...

What is the source of calcium in the bread?

Catherine said...

That video is the cutest! Wow...something your girlies don't care for.

I'm a wonder bread fan but oh how I enjoy the bread you normally buy. Wish I could get it here.

March 2007 adoptive mom said...

Wow, a year's supply! That's awesome. My favorite hands down, is salami with american cheese, a little mayo and crunchy lettuce! Yummm!

Megan White (Megan97364(at)hotmail(dot)com said...

I love turkey and colby jack cheese. With lots of mayo. Nice and healthy..:)

Emily said...

Peanut butter and jelly or Peanut Butter and Nutella!!!!

Destination Motherhood said...

BLT, hands down! I have to agree with the girls on that yucky green stuff :)

Asianmommy said...

PB&J, of course! :)

Christy said...

Cream cheese and grape jelly sandwiches, of course!
Love the girls' taste test!
zuzu51896@att.net

In Due Time said...

Interesting to know! I will be grabbing Wonder now for the kidlet.

I love a good ole ham sandwich!

Anonymous said...

thats some constructive and honest comments right there
at least they went through some thinking before answering you
very detailed explanation

Anonymous said...

Sandwich of choice here~ PB & Jelly hands down. It has been a favorite for many years.
Monica
kevinandmonica@juno.com

Carrie said...

Peanut butter and banana... still my favorite comfort food!

wjrobb said...

Every morning I make about 8 PB&J sandwiches for my 3 teenage boys and lovely daughter from China. That's about a loaf a day. PB&J is still the preferred sandwich!

Germaine said...

Peanut butter and jelly, or tuna fish and pickles are both my favorite sandwiches.

However, sometimes I like peanut butter and pickles. (And no, I am not pregnant!!)

Pam said...

As a kid my favorite was what mom called a peanut butter fluff sandwich. Soft white bread with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff...yummy!

Mixed Up Mama said...

Love, love, love- bacon, sharp cheddar, tomato and spice mustard grilled sandwiches. Yum!

Alecia said...

M, i don't think you know that i wanted wonder bread so bad when we were little that i begged my mom to buy me wonder bread for my birthday. this was because we were always getting home made bread those days! geez! i didn't know what i was missing!

Michelle said...

Good old ham and cheese! We love Wonder bread!

FunnyGal KAT said...

I'm probably way too old to be eating these, but my secret vice for lunch is a good ol' Fluffernutter (a peanut butter and Fluff sandwich). I never got to eat them when I was a kid, so maybe that's why I still love them?

Anonymous said...

Wonder bread takes me back to my childhood. My favorite as a kid was bologna and mayo on wonderbread. I love the way the bread sticks to the roof of your mouth.
tami
tamirevel@yahoo.com

Elaine said...

Bologna!

Antinette said...

Hate to admit it, but here goes: mustard, mayo, sliced processed swiss cheese, and drum roll please....olive loaf. A preservative sandwich, if you will. :)

ann said...

I love turkey and brie on Wonder Bread...heated in the toaster oven! :)

Keri said...

GRILLED peanut butter & jelly...a family favorite when I was growing up. Have you ever tried it?

Gina said...

PB&J!

Natalie said...

All sandwiches with Wonder Bread are good. PBJ are a favorite and also salami with a tiny bit of mayo. Yummo!

Sean and Mic said...

Gotta love fluffernutters best on Wonder Bread!
My little one is just now learning to eat bread- so I should try some of the old Wonder Bread on her now.

2udubgrads@comcast.net

Lisa said...

Very cute! Favorite sandwich? Tuna! :)

Nancy said...

PB&J - easy, good for you, can take anywhere with out worrying about refrigerating and they are always good!

thegreybullet said...

Peanut Butter and Nutella on Fresh Wonder is delicious!
Ellen

The Consumer Queen said...

Peanut Butter and Bananas

littleb55 said...

PB & J!!!!!!!

With grilled cheese as a close second!

Stacey
littleb55@aol.com

Molly said...

Peanut butter and jelly or grilled cheese are favorites at our house! :)

Asiaha said...

Ham and Chesse! =)

Anonymous said...

Another fun giveaway! Nothing beats a pb&j...with smooth peanut butter. Yummy!!

Mary in Scottsdale
mgotway@cox.net

Dawn said...

I blogged about this giveaway at

http://plentiofsunshine.blogspot.com

Thanks M3!!

LadyBug Journals said...

......why grilled cheese of course :)

Jennifer M. said...

Veggie sandwiches made with sliced tomatoes, red onion, lettuce, spinach and cucumbers. It's so fresh and yummy!

Jennifer said...

Oh my favorite as a kid is the worst for me as an adult. Wonder Bread Fluff...Wonder Bread, Peanut butter and good old Marshmellow cream(aka fluff).
Oh the stuff I ate as a kid :)

Mami2jcn said...

My favorite kind of sandwich made with Wonder Bread (as a kid) was peanut butter and jelly.

Mami2jcn said...

I blogged about this:

http://grand-giveaways.blogspot.com/2009/10/wonder-bread-giveaway.html

Anonymous said...

PB and J! Thanks!

trlfan1 at hotmail dot com

Lia said...

Mmmm sammiches! My favorite would be roasted chicken with Fontina cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, mayo, mustard and a little salt and pepper. Yum!

Anonymous said...

Mary J.

No,you're all wrong. The best sandwich is turkey and mayo.maybe cheese on white wonder bread!!!

MamaFeelgood said...

Peanut butter and homemade strawberry jam are my favorite ingredients

cheshiresmile at gmail dot com

jburden said...

PB&J with strawberry jelly...mmmmm...

dalli said...

yum...what i wouldn't do for a grilled cheese on some wonder bread.

dallidesigns at aol dot com

Melissa said...

Absolute favorite is Homemade Chicken Salad on Wonder White...YUMM!!! Excellent review as usual...always watching for what you recommend!

Jan said...

Wow!! Wonder Bread has ALWAYS been a favorite in our house!!! PB&J here we come!!! YUMMY!!

bargaingirl said...

My kid like their Wonder Bread with Peanut Butter and sliced bananas, just like I had when I was a kid.

Juli said...

grilled cheese of course :)

LStewart said...

Most call it wierd and that's quiet alright, we love it anyway. What we love is rather a strange combination but I seriously think everyone should try it at least once. Two slices of fresh Wonder Bread, Peanut Butter on one slice, Mayo on the other. On the mayo side add a slice of cheese and a couple slices of ham. On the peanut butter side add another slice of cheese and some sliced banana. Slap the two sides together and enjoy with a glass of COLD milk. OH MY ... so very good!

Jennie said...

PB&J!!!!!

Sherry said...

My fav as a kid was PB & banana.

Nicole said...

PB & J !!
But what I really love about wonder bread is that their 'sandwich size' bread is PERFECT for my kindergartener. Thanks Wonderbread- I buy this every week for my little guy :)

Traci said...

Fried balogna with catsup and cheese. A favorite growing up! Enjoyed the review and the information very much! Thanks, M3!

Traci

Jennifer said...

My favorite kind of sandwich is egg salad. Yum Yum!

Terri said...

There is a Wonder bread plant fairly close to our house. When you drive by, it smells HEAVENLY! Marissa loves to eat bread. Any carb is great as far as she is concerned. It's interesting to learn that Wonder bread has so much calcium.

KSDallas said...

Sticking to the classic - PB&J. Yum!

Cecilia said...

When I was a kid - pb&j. Now, hummus, cheese & veggies!

JMF said...

Claqssic PB & J, but has to be GRAPE jelly!

metaphase said...

We make PB&J every day of this world. Why don't kids get tired of the same thing all the time? I thought we were the only ones making lots of PB&J, but I see so many others do, too. Maybe I need to invest in peanut farming..

Georgia said...

Miracle Whip and hard salami if I'm feeling meaty.

or

Marshmallow Creme and Peanut Butter if I'm feeling sweet.

tara neal said...

PB and J!
taran4ms@comcast.net

Jones said...

toasted wonder bread, ranch salad dressing, fresh tomato and cucumber from my garden, sprouts, and cheese. Yummy!!!!! ajsahm@gmail.com

wendy said...

here's a weird one, peanut butter, sliced grapes (what is jelly made from?) and sliced bananna. Yummy!!!

wendy said...

here's a weird one, peanut butter, sliced grapes (what is jelly made from?) and sliced bananna. Yummy!!!

Laura Stewart said...

toasted PB & Banana

jessilynn said...

Crunchy peanut butter & marshmellow creme or grilled chedder cheese sandwich, yum!
Thank you for the giveaway!

fuzzandfuzzlet said...

Ohhh a BLT requires nice, fresh, soft wonder bread.

Or a grilled cheese with sharp cheddar and colby jack.

T said...

Keep it simple! There is nothing more blissful than a peanut butter sandwich on Wonder Bread.

Analeise said...

Our favorite sandwich is peanut butter and marshmallow cream. We LOVE it over here. Sometinmes we throw in some mini chocolate chips also.

Saving Our Way said...

I LOVE Wonder Bread! So yummy!

kerrianne.org said...

I was always a fan of tuna-fish sandwiches on Wonder Bread when I was a kid. Ah, nostalgia.

Lisa said...

Fried bologna with ketchup on Wonder bread--ahhhh, great childhood memory!

Our Crazy Life said...

Peanut butter and banana is my favorite, followed by tuna with BBQ chips smashed in it. YUMMY, think I will go have one now, and I only use Wonder Bread, we love it!

JC said...

My favorite kind of sandwich to make with Wonder bread is honey baked ham and cheese! Yum!

JC said...

http://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/4778422636 tweet

JC said...

http://tcarolinep.blogspot.com/2009/10/giveaway-salsa-reviews.html blogged.

Girly Girl Mommy said...

Grilled cheese or PBJ. The girly girls will eat bread, but no way would spinich or red beans pass their lips.

momznite said...

I've always been a grilled cheese fan. Mild cheddar cheese is a standard item on the grocery list.

Peggy said...

I love a tuna ,onion,lettuce and finish it off with tomato on Wonder Bread!!It also makes the best Grilled cheese sandwich!

Susan said...

Turkey sandwich, if I'm being good. Grilled cheese if not!

hondaray6 said...

I grew up watching Dad eat fried egg sandwiches, with Hellmans and Wonder bread! I still love them for breakfast! Thanks!
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hondaray6 said...

I tweeted~http://twitter.com/hondaray6/status/4812927142

lilshuga2001 said...

i HEART peanut butter and jelly!!
mmmmm yummy!

lilshuga2001 said...

Tweet

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hondaray6 said...

Great review, thanks!
I blogged here:
http://dun4fun-hondaray6.blogspot.com/2009/10/wonder-bread-100-grocery-giveaway.html
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Joshlin said...

Our family LOVES bread! Today we ate P.B.&J. sandwiches for lunch.

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Betty N said...

I still like sandwiches! Grilled cheese was my childhood favorite; now I like chicken salad or bacon and tomatoe.

Betty N said...

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Lorilee said...

Wonder bread oh how I love it. The best comfort food known to me ( next to chocolate); take two fresh slices of bread, spoonful of creamy peanut butter,take a large scoop of the home made strawberry freezer jam( made by your 13 year old daughter with love) mix the pb and j together, spread out on one side of the bread. Top with the other slice of heaven (the bread) and totally enjoy the sandwich that makes you feel like a kid again.

Mandie said...

Our family loves Ham and Cheese with potato chips in between.

Erin from Long Island said...

growing up, it might have been salami. Now, I think it is grilled cheese, with a twist. I put thinly sliced bell peppers or onion and somtimes herbs or spices inside.

Elizabeth said...

Hmmm, can't remember the last time I've had Wonder bread. I guess I always felt it was not as good for you, but I guess things have changed. I would love to give it another try with peanut butter and banana!

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