How to Buy Healthy Frozen Dinner Rolls

By: Julia Westbrook  |  November/December 2016  |  Roll Call

Whole-Wheat Bread vs Wraps: Which Is Healthier?
Cooking a big meal can be stressful enough without having to bake bread from scratch. So save some stress and pick up frozen rolls instead. You can still enjoy the waft of fresh bread and you can get them weeks ahead of time and bake only the amount you need. Seek out "whole-wheat flour" or other whole grains in the ingredient list to get the most fiber. Skip brands that contain hydrogenated oil in the ingredient list. Compared to the refrigerated pop-apart tubes of dough frozen rolls are typically a healthier pick. They tend to be lower in sodium and sugar and are less likely to contain partially hydrogenated oil.
Our Picks (All of these whole-grain picks have 3 grams of fiber!)
Pepperidge Farm Stone Baked Artisan Rolls Multi-Grain
Angelic Bakehouse Sprouted Seven-Grain Dinner Rolls
Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Multi-Grain Rolls

Numbers to Look For

 

Amount Per Serving
Sodium < 300 mg
Fiber > 1 g

 

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