Think outside the lunch box with Canyon Bakehouse breads
Imagine being a kid and having to go back to school after newly diagnosed with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. It would be tough. You not only have the new-school-year jitters, but now you have to worry about getting glutened in school and having to deal with the symptoms. School lunches are more than likely going to be out of the question for these kids, so a packed lunch is going to be an every day occasion. Why not make their lunches more interesting with a variety of gluten-free breads for their sandwiches?
Canyon Bakehouse offers 10 sandwich bread varieties: 7 Grain, Ancient Grain, Cinnamon Raisin, Country White, Mountain White, Deli Rye Style, Hawaiian Sweet Bread, Honey Oat, Heritage Style Honey White, and Heritage Style Whole Grain. All of these loaves are delicious and free from gluten, nuts, soy, dairy and casein. They’re made with whole grain, all-natural ingredients and have amazing taste and texture, so your kids won’t feel like they’re sacrificing and won’t feel left out from the traditional kid-friendly foods their classmates are eating.
They also offer 5 bagel varieties, a hamburger bun, hot dog bun, focaccia loaf, and brownie bites, so you can have a wide assortment of bakery items to share with the kids.
If your kids have just started back to school and you want to add some variety to their gluten-free lunches, try a mix-match of sandwiches on different breads to delight their taste buds.
Canyon Bakehouse has a fun recipe for Mini Sammies – 4 different sandwiches on 4 different breads and cut into quarters and divided amongst your kids’ lunches and even your own to take to work! Pop over to their website and check out their fun Mini Sammies combinations or get inspiration for even more sandwiches on their recipe page.
Back to school doesn’t have to be as stressful when you have good food on hand.
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