Thanks to Mom Central I recently had the chance to review Smucker’s UnCrustables. Â In my family the kids are not crust friendly. Â For school everyday when I am making their sandwiches it’s the tedious task of cutting the crust off. Â My oldest son loved the Honey and Peanut Butter UnCrustables for lunch and snacking on them over the weekends, for soccer games and when it is just the princess and I during school days it’s an easy peasy lunch.
I love these little sandwiches as mentioned because they take the work our of removing the crust but also because they take the mess out of making the sandwich. Â No more having to either lick the peanut butter, jelly, or honey off your hands or rinsing a knife off right away so the sandwich ingredients don’t stick. Â They make my lunchtime routine a little less stressful.
One of the best things about the UnCrustables is they now come in wheat bread. Â For some reason it is much easier to get my kids to eat the wheat with UnCrustables than it is when they see the wheat bread package from the store. Â Must be a little alarm in their brain that goes off when they see the wheat bread loaf. Â These thaw-and-serve sandwiches make it much easier for my family when we need to eat and run or just have a snack to curb the hunger during a road trip. Â UnCrustables will definitely become one of the new staples in our house for those times when we can’t make a big meal or when we are on the road and need to grab something quick. Â Perfect for little hands and yummy enough for even the picky eaters. Â *Trust me, I know picky*.
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Smuckerâ€™s Uncrustables and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. In addition, Mom Central sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.
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