Winning $10,000 with White Bread – Fun Sushi Recipe -Giveaway

I saw this on Pinterest recently and knew it had to be Demspter’s White bread. Don’t get me wrong, we eat a lot of whole wheat and 16 grains and various heavy duty flax breads throughout the week, but there are times when only white bread will do. Like the day after Christmas when turkey is screaming for a bed of lettuce and mayonnaise sandwiched between the white bread. And this….how cute is this? Kid peanut butter and jelly sushi sandwiches. The key here is fresh white bread. Trim the crusts and spread a thin layer of each on top of one slice. Roll, use a sharp knife and make it look better than this – I dare you!
Not sure who loved this more, me, or the kids. I only wish I had thought of it sooner. My kids would have loved this when they were younger. Fun food. I love to cut their school sandwiches with cookie cutters too to give their lunches a pick me up. The cookie cutters work well on soft white bread.
Head here to Dempsters Facebook page right now and link up a white bread recipe to win a $10,000 prize. https://www.facebook.com/Dempsters?sk=app_254553244581393
Dempsters is running a great giveaway right now. Head over to the Dempsters Facebook page and tell them what your favourite white bread recipe is and you could win $10,000.
Turns out I am not alone – an estimated 72 per cent of people like white bread for its freshness and soft texture.
Sometimes it’s just a fun thing to do – make a sandwich on old school white bread, now even fresher than ever before.

For the Love of White Bread: More Fun Facts and Poll Findings!
    • How do you fancy your white bread?: Canada’s favourite way to eat sliced white bread is toasted (40%) followed by grilled cheese (16%) and peanut butter and jelly sandwich (14%).
    • Young love: Younger Canadians (18-24) are the biggest white bread fans (80%) believing certain sandwiches taste better when made with white sliced bread.
    • Please hold the mayo: Over 60 per cent of Canadians think sandwiches taste better when someone else makes them, with Quebecers being least likely to enjoy sandwich service from others (45%).
    • Shapely, irreplaceable tastes: Over half of the 18 to 24 set (57%) enjoy sandwiches more when they’re cut into triangles or squares and they are significantly more likely to agree that sliced white bread is irreplaceable in some situtations.
Now head over to Facebook and share your favourite white bread recipe before March 22. Ten finalists will be chosen by Dempster’s judges and advance to the taste off where they may win $10,000. I could use that right now. So what are you waiting for?
I am a member of the Maple Leaf Connects program and as such receive certain perks from Maple Leaf. As always, my opinions are my own. 

Mom of two beautiful active girls, traveller, fitness junkie, social media consultant, and keeper of the sanity.

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