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What do you do when you have a child who wants to eat the same thing over, and over and OVER again? In my case, this presents itself as “give me a PB&J in my lunchbox or give me death!” from my first grader.
That child is hopelessly devoted to her sandwich.
I tried to fight this battle, and realized in time that the approach I was taking (offering a sandwich alternative) was the wrong angle. Instead, I could tackle this issue in another way, by keeping the variety plentiful and very healthy for her sides every day.
I could also make sure that her sandwich was loaded with high quality ingredients, not just on the inside, but also on the outside. That means choosing a peanut butter (or sometimes almond butter) with no added sugar, a fruit only spread for the jelly, and a bread with 100% whole grains.
When I’m at the store, I ALWAYS read the label for bread, because it’s downright shocking how many breads contain only enriched wheat, or that even boast to contain whole grains, ony to find that the very first ingredient is still enriched flour and not whole wheat flour. It’s a bummer.
One brand I know to be a good choice for my family is Arnold Bread. I like the 100% Whole Wheat bread because it offers 100% whole grains, no high fructose corn syrup, no artificial colors or flavoring, and it has a really nice taste.
So if you are having a battle with your kid about wanting to eat the same exact sandwich every single day, consider losing the battle but winning the war by making sure that sandwich is made with bread that has 100% whole grains, like ARnold Whole Grains bread. It has 23 grams of whole grains per slice! You can find this product across the Easter U.S. and if you are in the Midwest, you can find it as Brownberry bread. And if you aren’t in a rut with the same sandwich and can switch things up a bit, get some recipe ideas on the Arnold Bread Facebook page.
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