Monday, July 22, 2013

Zeppy’s Ciabatta Bread – Everything

My love for ciabatta bread began during my college days.  I’d order a grilled chicken sandwich on ciabatta with cheese, barbecue sauce, hot peppers, onion, lettuce and tomato.  Delicious!  Not so “healthy” (especially when eating it with the abundance of chips provided on the side of it) but it was one of my staples during college.

I spotted these Zeppy’s Ciabatta Artisan Breads in Everything flavor at my local grocery store.  I was surprised at how large they were, so I had to flip over the pack and check out the nutrition facts.  To my surprise a whole ciabatta was one serving.  They are thinner than regular ciabatta bread but these are delicious, plus they come in different flavors.  They remind me of a cross between a bagel, a flat bread and a ciabatta bread.  Quite unique and I prefer it toasted in the toaster oven.

Since I do like to see volume on my plate, these breads do really psych out your mind.  I felt as though I was getting this gigantic sandwich, when in reality my sandwich was 6-8 points plus values (including all toppings, etc.).  The breads on their own are 4 points plus values.

Have you tried any of the Zeppy’s brand products?


  1. Shannon, I was just posting on the WW message board about Zeppy's Everything Ciabatta! We found them yesterday at Giant (like Stop and Shop) and decided to try them. I had a sandwich on half of one for lunch today. My hubby had the other half. And we were both very satisfied. I love to find stuff like this!!

    When I looked at the nutritional information, I expected the serving size to be HALF. Nope, it's the whole thing! I had to look twice to be sure!!

    1. I'm glad you were able to get your hands on them! I sadly have not been able to locate them at my local grocery store - I may have to go back to the store I originally bought them at.

      I too was shocked that the serving was a whole ciabatta. I was expecting half as it is with most breads. It's so flavorful and filling ... it really makes it seem like a "guilty pleasure" meal :). I prefer it toasted - SO yummy!