“I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Roman Meal. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.”
Years ago when I decided to start eating healthier and feeding my family healthier meals, I made the switch to whole wheat bread. Considering how much bread my family eats (we typically go through one loaf every 2-3 days), this one switch significantly increased the amount of fiber, vitamin B6, vitamin E, and folic acid my family consumes.
So, when I saw the opportunity to try a variety of whole wheat bread that boasts high levels of vitamin D and calcium, I jumped at the chance. In order for me to conduct my review, I received two loaves of Roman Meal bread.
My first impression was that this bread was far denser than my usual brand. It is also more flavorful. It’s very slightly sweet with just a hint of nuttiness.
Roman Meal has a ton of healthy and delicious recipes on their website. Because the bread is so dense, I knew it would be amazing in the Whole Grain Bread Pudding with Caramelized Bananas recipe I found there. I was already drooling at the name, but I was completely won over when I saw the picture.
I wasn’t disappointed. Here is what mine looked like:
Yes, it was even more delicious than it looks! Made with whole grain bread, low-fat milk, eggs, a little brown sugar, and bananas, it’s hard to believe the result was so decadent. I love when I can enjoy dessert without sacrificing my goal to eat healthy. Better yet, all of the ingredients are staples in my house so I can whip up this delicious dessert any time!
About Roman Meal
Roman Meal is a family owned and operated company that was one of the first to offer whole grain bread nationwide. Roman Meal partners with dozens of regional bakeries across the United States to deliver freshly baked bread to your local grocery store instead of frozen bread that’s been shipped long distances.
Roman Meal whole grain bread is made from a sweet and soft whole grain blend of whole wheat, whole rye, wheat bran, wheat germ and flaxmeal, with hints of honey and molasses.