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Old 02-12-2011, 01:03 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Thomas' Bagel Thins

I was at Sam's Club yesterday and I saw these bad boys. I was so excited because I love bagels, but don't want to use up 300 calories to have one. These have 110 calories each.

I had one for lunch with a wedge of the laughing cow cheese. It was yummy!
For those of you that love the middle of the bagel, you might not be so in love. That is what is "cut out" of it. But if you love the texture of the outside of the bagel, you definately will enjoy that with these.
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Old 02-12-2011, 01:32 PM   #2
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I like these too! I have tried the mini-bagels, but I find these are more satisfying, probably because they look more like a bagel to me
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Lol, I tried these this week too I got the "everything" flavor and used them for sandwiches, sometimes toasted sometimes not. I spread some Laughing Cow (blue cheese flavor) on the bagel, added smoked turkey, tomatoes, red onion and some spinach tossed in a balsamic vinegar mixture I make with brown mustard... I was in love
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The Thomas Light English Muffins in the blue package are great, too! I use them as buns for a gardenburger or turkey burger. Sometimes I use the bagel thins, but I don't like the holes in the middle, so usually use those for breakfast along side an egg-white omelet. Yummy!!!
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Lol, I tried these this week too I got the "everything" flavor and used them for sandwiches, sometimes toasted sometimes not. I spread some Laughing Cow (blue cheese flavor) on the bagel, added smoked turkey, tomatoes, red onion and some spinach tossed in a balsamic vinegar mixture I make with brown mustard... I was in love
Sounds Yummy!
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Ooooh great idea using the laughing cow cheese on them and for sandwiches! Yum!
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Thank you for the review. I was wondering about these. My favorite part of the bagel is the crispy outside crust, so these are something I will definitely give a try!
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Yes, the thin bagels are a God-send! I have them with honey nut cream cheese (full fat!!) or use them to make sandwiches. Love them!
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I used to be a total bagel junky! I was so excited when I saw the Thomas Bagel Thins in the the store but I was disappointed when I brought them home and tried them, I thought they had absolutely no flavor and although they're less calories than a regular bagel they are still made with the same processed white flour and preservatives. I get a lot more flavor and nutrition from a slice of the good whole grain & nut bread that I buy. I've resigned myself to the fact that I will just have to give up the bagels for a bit.
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I don`t care for bagel thins either. Either a mini bagel or half a regular bagel works better for me!
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