Gina!I am delighted you featured these!I am going to order some of the buns from Walmart...they don't have them here in Seattle!Great site!Looking forward to following!TeresaBainbridge Island WA
Glad I can help!!
They aren't technically 'buns' but even before I started WW we always used the Arnold or Pepperidge Farm sandwich thins instead of buns, and they are both 1 pt each.
I've had a hard time finding light buns here so I usually end up using the Orowheat thins or sometimes a light English muffin. I'll have to check Walmart, I'm a King Soopers shopper and they don't carry them. :(I would love a recipe to make my own light buns, have you ever come across one?
I'll keep a look out for a recipe Debby, great idea. English muffins make great buns too!
I get Healthy Life sandwich buns at Walmart that are only 1 pt each. Their hot dog buns are only 1 pt as well. Their buns are real tasty & always nice & fresh.
Thanks Heather! So glad to hear there are more one point options out there!
Nature's Own Whitewheat brand of hamburger and hot dog buns are one point each---and delicious!
Just discovered Oroweat 100% whole wheat buns - 100 calores, 5 grams of fiber, 1.5 g. fat....I think...anyway it turned out to be 1 point. They were excellent.
Arnold Sandwich Thins now have Hot Dog Thins, got them at Walmart in PA.Darlene
kroger Lite Buns are only one point. Also the kroger Lite Bread is 1 point. Heiners 35 Bread is 1 point for 2 slices.
I found lite hot dog rolls at Kroger that calculated as 0 points...although I will count them as 1...(unless I've been bad all day). With an Oscar Meyer Hot dog (1 point) its a 2 point meal!
Awesome! Love all the options. Thanks for posting!
We had the Sara Lee 80 calorie wheat buns last night and they were great!
Yay! Found the Sara Lee 80 calorie buns at King Soopers and they are great! Hope I can find those new thins Darlene mentioned!
I have been using the Pepperidge Farm Round Deli Flats http://www.pepperidgefarm.com/ProductDetail.aspx?catID=994 as a hamburger bun, they are 1 point each and you get so much more flavor from your burger and toppings without the big bun. I have also been using the Arnold Fill 'Ems squares for my hot dogs, one square is 1 point and you only need 1/2 for a hotdog!!!
I hope we can find these 1 pt buns in Alberta, Canada. Any suggestions from Canadians of where to get them or brand-names?
White Wheat buns (hamburger and hot dog) are also just 1 point each -- or so my Weight Watcher leader told us.Kiki K.
Found the Sara Lee wheat buns yesterday at the Walmart in chicagoland! They were great and my husband tried them out with no complaints!
For those of you that have shoprite...they make shoprite light hamburger and hotdog buns.
Village Hearth makes a 1 point hamburger (80 calorie)and hot dog bun.Can buy them at most stores in Minneapolis, not sure about the rest of the country.
"Whitewheat" buns are l pt. They are white with the fiber of whole wheat.
Target brand hamburger buns (Market Pantry) were 110 calories, 1.5 g. fat, and I don't remember the fiber content, but they added up to be just 1 point.
Village Hearth buns have 80 cals and 7 grams of fiber... and taste great!
can anyone name a bun that is low in points and high frutose free? thank you
The Nature's Own white wheat buns from Wal-Mart are high fructose free.
I don't know where everyone lives, but I'm from Chicago and two of our major grocery stores (Meijer & Jewel) carry their own generic brand of light buns. Both brands come out to one point each.
reporting from southern NJ (near Philadelphia) - Shoprite makes "light" buns for hotdogs and hamburgers that are 1 point each. Also, they have "light" breads and english muffins, also 1 pt per serving and half the price of the name brands :)
To lower the calories even further a great idea is to hollow out the inside of the buns! You can then fit more salad in too.
Yes! I do that with my bagels!
The absolute best place to be looking for these buns are in your local outlet store. I live in Puyallup, WA, south of Seattle. There are several Oroweat Outlet Shops near here, plus Grocery Outlet stores has Sara Lee Bakery Products for .99 cents. Why pay full price when you don't have to? Happy shopping!
Nature's Own makes a whole wheat sandwich round that is 1 point and HFCS-free for those avoiding it. I love them because they are very thin, meaning that I get more flavor pop from the filling rather than piling more and more calories to make up for the thickness of the bread.We use them for sandwiches and burgers, and I also toast them as crust for mini pizzas.
Hi there! I'm more than a little burned out on wheat breads these days, but I got the Nature's Own WhiteWheat burger buns (on sale for a buck!) and they're 1 point! 100/1/4! Heck yes! I like them a LOT. I also use plain bagel thins for just about any burger/sandwich application. :) Delightful!!
Great comments on the one point buns. I live in Vancouver Canada and am having trouble finding the Sara Lee 80 calorie buns at the Walmart up here. The nearest Target to me is in Bellingham, WA which is about 30 minutes away and I have to wait in a border line-up. Any other suggestions?Thanks!
These are now 2 pts with the new Points Plus WW Points
Hi Canadians!I was also having a hard time finding 1 point buns. Instead, I bought the WW Flat Rolls. They are 1 point each and taste pretty great!
I"m a bit confused. Looking at the Healthy Life site it looks like the buns are actually 2 points.http://www.healthylifebread.com/pages/original/wheat-sandwich-buns.phpAlso, the Pepperidge Farms Deli Thins, using the online calculator, are 3.Are there any ACTUALLY 1 point buns? I would LOVE to find those.
Oh, sorry. You are all talking about the points before Points Plus. Sorry. I'm sure everyone knows things have changed. Ignore my previous comment. I don't know when the new points plus system started but it must have been after these posts.
Yes, it started this January.
It is also gluten free. Which I love by the way. Hooray for healthy items.
i live in spain so none of those options are available to me and the buns here are over 200 calories!! have any recipes that i could make my own?
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