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Wednesday
Sep222010

COBS high-fibre bread; a healthy option your kids will love

COBS Bread has created a Higher Fibre Low GI white bread which not only gets a stamp of approval from parents but will also satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

COBS Higher Fibre Low GI bread looks and tastes just like regular white bread but contains three times as much fibre. This extra fibre helps to keep the digestive system healthy and keeps you feeling full for longer. There are 6 grams of fibre in two slices (72 grams) of COBS Higher Fibre Low GI, which makes it a high source of fibre.

Like all of COBS Traditional range, including White, Whole Wheat and Country Grain, their Higher Fibre Low GI loaf contains no added sugar, dairy or preservatives. And true to COBS promise of fresh-baked goodness, everything is baked fresh on-site!

Here is a delicious recipe idea to get your kids excited about going back to school!


Sushilicious
2 slices Higher Fibre Low GI Loaf
Garden veggi cream cheese
Avocado

Ask your local COBS bakery to slice a Higher Fibre Low GI Mini Loaf length-wise. Spread on garden veggi cream cheese and avocado and roll into a wrap. Cut the wrap in sections for fun bite-size pieces and serve with a handful of sweet peas or edamame for a healthy lunch.

COBS BREADwww.cobsbread.com
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