How come you guys never told me about Dave's Killer Bread


#1

It’s DELISH!


#2

It’s such a common product that Costco sells it in two packs. My grandson is 6-1/2 and has been eating it since it got solid food :slight_smile:

http://www.daveskillerbread.com/our-history#our-history-1


#3

Is this where I am supposed to cuss you out?


#4

I love the stuff.

If the healthiness is an attraction, be aware the 21 whole grain has more sugar per slice (5g/120 calories) than two slices of Wonder Bread (3g/120 calories).


#5

LOL. Didn’t you see the smiley face? I’m just surprised that anyone hasn’t seen it. I think it’s in every grocery I go in.

@hyperbowler - wow! I wonder if our daughters noticed that. I can’t imagine not. They’re super into healthy foods for themselves and their kiddos. Thanks for pointing out.


#6

We’re pretty vigilant about reading food labels for our kid, but missed it because sugar isn’t listed until after the grain mix, I.e. 21 ingredients in parentheses!


#7

Is that the green packaged one? That’s the one they were getting. I haven’t paid attention lately. I know they stopped giving fruit juice because of the sugar. These grands love healthy. One of their faves is raw, red bell pepper!


#8

Yes, the green one, and the yellow one too! Some other varieties have less sugar. It makes great toast


#9

It does make great toast! As an adult I find the texture otherwise too soft. But I’ve seen countless PBJs made with it :slight_smile:


#10

The first thing I noticed is the high sugar and calorie count. 120 calories for one slice!!! One slice.

Of course I have seen it. I’ve seen a lot of food, but don’t know if its good or not.


#11

We all have our ways to evaluate things but my first stop on a food is not going to be this site. BUT when something is recommended here I may try it. But as I was harshly reminded by a CH “Google is my friend” and I get tons
of info that way. I say this not in a mean way but just as how I work things out.


#12

I have the thin sliced version (essentially same as a half slice) for when I MUST have a slice of bread, i.e. toast for breakfast with eggs. I generally watch my carbs so this will knock out any carbs with my lunch. But it’s soooooo worth it toasted with a tad of butter.

9 grams net carbs + 3 grams protein.