I love it when Thomas’ products. From their bagels to their English Muffins. They are all so good!
Thomas’ offers seasonal varieties. I look forward to their cranberry products each year. I try and stock up on them because I know they are around for a limited time. Thank goodness they freeze pretty well, not that they last that long to begin with. I usually eat them up quickly.
Mmm… a hot Cranberry Thomas’ bagel with melted butter. I can go for one of those right now.
Have you seen their Pumpkin Spiced flavored products? They are also only around for a limited time, just for the Autumn/Fall season.
Thomas has bagels, English Muffins, and Bagel Thins that are made with real pumpkin, spices and cinnamon. They are perfect for this time of the year. Especially because you can smell the pumpkin and spices when they are toasting.
I’m sure you know how certain scents can evoke feelings and emotions? When I smell the Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice bagels, English Muffins or Bagel Thins warming up in the toaster the aroma does make you think about beautiful colored leaves, sweaters, a warm fire and Thanksgiving.
These taste as good as they smell too. They do taste like pumpkin, but more so a pumpkin muffin. They are sweet with a touch of spice. They have a bit of a dessert quality to them, which is fine with me. They have a touch of cinnamon in them too.
Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice products are not only yummy, they are a better for you choice for breakfast, lunch or even a snack.
- Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice Bagels are only 270 calories each.
- Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice English Muffins are 150 calories each and low in fat with zero trans fat.
- Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice Bagel Thins bagels are made with whole grain and are only 110 calories per bagel. They are also an excellent source of fiber. They are also low in fat and have 5g of whole grains per serving.
Do you know what goes great with the Pumpkin Spice flavored products? Smooth Sensations Cinnamon cream cheese spread from Laughing Cow. It has 1/3 less fat then regular cream cheese. This spread was made for the Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice products!
Just like other Laughing Cow cheeses the Cinnamon cream cheese comes in individual wedges. Each wedge is only 45 calories and has 4 grams of fat. When you pair this up with the Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice Bagel Thins it comes to 155 calories! Not only is it satisfying it’s also filling too.
They also make a Strawberries & Cream cream cheese spread. Yummy!
You would not believe how much Laughing Cow cheeses I have in my fridge. Let’s just say it’s A LOT! My daughter loves them just as much as I do. She likes to put a wedge in her school lunch with some pretzels and dip the pretzels in the cheese.
The available flavors include;
I’ve tried them all except the Blue Cheese (I’m not a fan of Blue Cheese), Light Mozzarella and Queso Fresco & Chipotle.
Check out all the Laughing Cow cheese we have. I told you it was a lot. 🙂
My favorite “go to” snack is actually a Thomas Bagel Thin with Strawberries & Cream cheese spread. I enjoy it for breakfast too, but for around 150 calories it’s a great snack option. It’s much better then chips, cookies or candy.
Just writing about the Thomas’ Bagels, Bagel Thins and English Muffins, topped with Laughing Cow spreads, is making me crave some. I know I have some Pumpkin Spice English Muffins left in the fridge. And I know I have some Laughing Cow Cinnamon spread too. Needless to say once I publish this post I’m off to the kitchen to make a late night snack. 🙂
The limited edition Thomas’ Pumpkin Spice flavor is only available until early December. Look for them on a store shelf near you with the regular Thomas products.
If you would like to learn more about Thomas’ products visit www.ThomasBread.com.
You can find more information about Laughing Cow cheese and spreads at www.TheLaughingCow.com.
Look for both brands on Facebook and Twitter too! Check out Thomas’ on Facebook, www.Facebook.com/ThomasEnglishMuffinsandBagels.
*I received free products samples in order to do this review. I also purchase these products on a regular basis. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own.