Tip Top The One Mixed Grain Bread – Toast Toppers

The daily food struggle is real, as many of you are probably also currently experiencing. There’s nothing more frustrating when you ask the kids what they want to eat, you make it, and then they turn it away. Honestly it drives me crazy.

I must say Olive has really turned a new page. She has been eating her dinner every evening, happy to try new things and just less fussy overall.

She has a real passion to cook. I love to cook too, but only when people want to eat it.

Our new thing is to make her meals together, I think seeing how it’s made and having her involved has really helped with 1. Wanting to eat it, and 2. Understanding work goes into making meals so is less likely to refuse it.

We have changed our plain white bread for Tip Top The One Mixed Grain bread, and can honestly say our kids have not even noticed. The grains are small, not too crunchy, and light in colour so far less noticeable than other grain breads.

Tip Top The One Mixed Grain bread includes four whole grains, wheat, corn, oats and rice. These grains are ones chosen by kids, and now made for kids. It contains vitamins and minerals, is high in fibre, plus has a 4 star health rating, it’s really a no brainer.

Below Olive and I have made a few sandwiches that we are all trialing. Each combo has something she really loves and something she is learning to like by trying for the first time.

  • Ricotta, Sliced Pear, Walnuts and Honey
  • Smashed Avocado, Grated Carrots and Grated Cheese
  • Cream Cheese, Ham & Avocado
  • Natural Peanut Butter, Sliced Banana and Crushed Walnuts
  • Nutella, Strawberries and Sesame Seeds

You can either toast the bread or keep it fresh and have another slice on top. Let me know if you have any other topper ideas that your kids love!


Please note this is a sponsored post, however NCFB only ever endorses products that we as a family love, and think are the bee’s knees.

TD x

Tara Dixon
Tara Dixon
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