This post is sponsored by Nuffnang and Arnotts.
My kids won’t eat any other kind of bread except white bread. It’s annoying, to say the least.
So when I was asked to participate in a “fight against carbs” challenge and swap white bread sandwiches with Cruskits for a week, I knew it was going to be a big challenge.
But I was willing to give it a go. Because if anyone looked at the kids’ lunches, they would think that I’m not creative at all and this will be a nice change from the usual sangas.
My plan was to start working on them over the Easter break, forgetting to buy bread and off-handedly saying “there’s Cruskits in the cupboard”.
I left the kids to decide what they wanted to put on their Cruskits for lunch. I was watching Annabelle as she looked at a Cruskit, unsure if she was even going to take the tiniest little nibble off it. She is Miss Fussy from Fussy Town. But she did. And even told me that she thought it was yummy without anything on it.
And then got onto covering her Cruskits with chocolate spread and cheese.
Did you know that two Cruskits contain 60% less carbs than two slices of most bread? Neither did I. A good reason to add them to my own diet and reduce the amount of carbs I’m inhaling too.
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What Cruskits creation would you make for your kids?