Before I started working from home, I would spend hours in the kitchen making homemade breads — rolls, bread loaves, muffins, and tons and tons of cinnamon rolls. If I’m honest with myself now, I just don’t have the time to do it like I used to. Since I don’t bake bread at home much anymore, I’ve looking for a bread that I can purchase that would give me that delicious homemade taste and be something I would be proud to serve to my family. That is where King’s Hawaiian Bread came to the rescue.
With the holidays right around the corner, King’s Hawaiian bread can be your life saver too! There are so many things that you can make and do with this deliciously sweet bread. In fact, just in the last few days I have made:
- BBQ Chicken Sliders
- French Toast
- Deli Subs
- Sweet Croutons for my daughter’s Crunchy Apple Salad
- Chicken, Bacon, and Fried Apple Sandwich
And the rolls I am saving for our Christmas Eve dinner on Saturday!
About King’s Hawaiian
King’s Hawaiian delivers delicious, authentically crafted Hawaiian food and Aloha Spirit that families love everywhere, everyday. Our irresistible Original Hawaiian Sweet Bread, wholesome Honey Wheat Bread Rolls, and Savory Butter Rolls are the perfect ingredient for any family meal, holiday celebration, or a casual backyard barbeque. King’s Hawaiian – Aloha in every bite™.
Enter to Win!
Share Aloha Spirit with your ohana with the “King’s Hawaiian Aloha Spirit” basket. It includes Original Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread, Rolls, Mini Sub Rolls and Sandwich Buns, a serving platter and plates, a $50 grocery gift card, King’s Hawaiian coupons and a King’s Hawaiian recipe booklet. One reader here at 5 Minutes for Mom will receive this basket! To enter the giveaway, simply leave a comment here letting us know what you would make using King’s Hawaiian Bread!
This giveaway will end on January 1, 2012 and a winner will be chosen by random.org and announced in our Sunday meme Around the Blogosphere.
This post is part of a promotional campaign with King’s Hawaiian Bread. All opinions stated are our own.