Recipe: PureBred Chia Seed Sandwiches

New to the PureBred range of tasty gluten-free, dairy-free, wheat-free, low in fat and high in fibre breads is the Chia Seed Loaf.

Chia seeds have been shown to contain more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon and three times more calcium than skimmed milk. PureBred Chia Seed Loaf contains 16% fibre and only 2% fat.

The PureBred Chia Seed Loaf is packaged in small portion controlled loaves to help control the calories. Each loaf contains 6 two-slice servings.

Some delicious sandwich options for your Chia Seed Loaf are below.

PureBred Chia Seed, cream cheese, carrot sandwich

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Ingredients:

2 slices PureBred Chia Seed Loaf
1 1/2 tbs spreadable cream cheese
1/2 carrot, coarsely grated
baby spinach leaves

Method:

Spread bread with cream cheese. Top with carrot and baby spinach leaves. Top with another slice of bread.

PureBred Chia Seed, Turkey and Granny Smith Apple Sandwich

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Ingredients:

3 ounces sliced deli turkey
1/2 of a thinly sliced Granny Smith apple
1/2 cup salad greens
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
2 slices of PureBred Chia Seed low-calorie bread.

Method:

Spread Dijon mustard on bread. Top with turkey, apple and salad greens. Top with another slice of bread.

PureBred Chia Seed Tuna Sandwich

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Ingredients:
1 can light tuna packed in water (drained)
2 tablespoons light mayo
1 teaspoon pickle relish
2 slices of PureBred Chia Seed bread
sliced lettuce
tomato.

Method:

Layer 1 slice of bread with lettuce. Top with tuna mixed with mayo and tomato. Spread another piece of bread with pickle relish and place on top.

PureBred Chia Seed Loaf is available from Coles Supermarkets across Australia and retail for $5.99

For more information please head over to: www.pure-bred.com

2 thoughts on “Recipe: PureBred Chia Seed Sandwiches

  1. I think I may try this bread. I generally find it difficult to find a healthy grain bread that is low in fat and sometimes the whiter breads are better for you as they seem to contain more fibre etc. Looking forward to picking up a loaf!

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