Why we love Tip Top Bread!

Getting kids to eat, healthy balanced meals can be a challenge for many parents - There is just too many tempting sugar filled snacks out there these days marketed for kids. It has a picture of an apple on it Mum so it must be healthy right? Sorry kids, that couldn't be further from the truth. But my older two now understand a little the importance of a healthy diet, and why it's so important to treat our body as the temple it is.

We find getting creative with their meals and snacks makes such a difference. Alysse is my little artsy crafty child and loved whipping up some healthy sandwiches for her and her brothers recently. It may seem like a whole lot of effort to go to to make a sandwich but if you get the kids involved and using their imagination it can not only be a nice healthy lunch but also a creative outlet that keeps them amused!

We love the new Tip Top The One Mixed Grains bread in our house - it has no added sugar, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and one sandwich is 1/3 of your daily target of whole grains. Not only that, it tastes delicious and the kids said, unlike many other brands, that the grains aren't hard and crunchy which they hate. My kids generally take a sandwich to school everyday with ham and cheese or salad, and my littlest one absolutely loves avocado on toast for breakfast or lunch - He calls it Hulk Toast that gives him big muscles 🙂 I eat a lot of bread, probably more than I should but breakfast for me is always toast with avocado, feta and cherry tomatoes and lunch most days a toasted avocado, cheese and ham sandwich.

If you are looking for some great sandwich ideas check out Pinterest there is soooo many options and variations that your kids will love, and even better when they make it themself! A healthy, nutritious and fun lunch is always a winner in this house.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and I received payment for my review, but my opinion is 100% true.

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