Healthy Substitutions for White Bread

Bread is a staple in most households because of its versatility. It can be used for sandwiches, toast, or anything in between. The problem arises when it becomes difficult to find a clean version of this basic commodity. Bread is all too often full of refined grains, high fructose corn syrup, and preservatives–even if it’s whole-wheat or multi-grain.

Starting with these whole grain options is certainly a good substitution for refined white bread, but it doesn’t make them totally clean despite what the packaging says. Finally, I found the perfect solution to my bread predicament when stumbled upon Angelic Bakehouse. They use sprouted grains, no eggs, no preservatives, and all their products are non-GMO! There is no going back for me. Aside from homemade bread, this is the only bread I eat. Not only is it really delicious, but it’s completely clean!

I definitely recommend giving Angelic Bakehouse a try, but if you can’t find their products in your area, just remember to read the ingredients on bread before buying it or bake a scrumptious loaf from scratch. When shopping, look for whole grain breads without preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, or any other mystery ingredients.

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3 thoughts on “Healthy Substitutions for White Bread”

  1. I’ve always wanted to try making my own bread on a regular basis to see if it made a difference. Sometime I will, and I’ll let you know how it goes.
    I wanted to stop by and let you know I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award (I know, another one, but how could I resist?)!
    You can find the rules here: https://hailangeliccreation.wordpress.com/2017/05/01/an-award-to-kick-off-may/
    Happy writing!
    -Author S

    1. Wow! Thank you so much! I really appreciate it and I’ll be sure to do it as soon as I can. Thanks for stopping by and happy blogging!
      -Rachel Alexandra

      1. Awesome, have fun and happy blogging to you too!
        -Author S

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