We tend to favour products that aren't processed and are as natural as possible. When I was asked to make a sandwich for National Sandwich Week with Primula Kids Mild Squeezy Cheese I was apprehensive, however my children were delighted. They'd eaten some on play dates elsewhere and assured me it was tasty and they begged me to let them use it to make sandwiches with.
Apparently, Primula actually contains the lowest salt, fat, calories and highest cheese and calcium content of any branded spreadable cheese on the market. It comes in a tube and is the same consistency as cream cheese. The new Primula Kids Mild Squeezy Cheese also contains no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives so is nowhere near as bad as I thought. In fact, I may be persuaded to buy it occasionally. It is available in Tesco stores nationwide from £1.15, but is currently on offer for just 85p.
My 3 girls made a salad sandwich each using the Primula Kids Mild Squeezy Cheese and here's the result:
|Primula Squeezy Cheese, lettuce, grated carrot, sliced cucumber and tomato on a homemade wholemeal bap|
Give it a go for yourself then visit the Tots100 competition page and enter their sandwich competition. All you need to do is create a sandwich using Primula, photograph the sandwich and tweet or Instagram the filling details to @tots100 with the #PrimulaSandwich hashtag, and you could be in to win a luxury two night hotel break, wouldn't that be fab!
So get sandwich making and photographing!
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