I was really excited to have a hamburger bun again but I've realized I enjoy eating my hamburgers without the bun. It's not as overly filling and I think it lets me taste and enjoy the toppings more. I will keep some on hand for the kids but I think I'm going to stay bun free on this one.
Udi's Whole Grain
4 buns/ package
I paid $.99/bun at Town & Country
5 g protein/bun
6 g fiber/bun
I paid $1.34/bun at Lee & Dad's - It's hard to compare price when it's at different stores
2 g protein/bun
2 g fiber/bun
I like the fiber and protein amounts in the Udi's buns better and they look more like traditional buns. The Udi's were the winner from my family, they were actually the favorite brand/type out of all of the buns. They have a nice texture and surprised all of us. The Rudi's have some seeds in them, not a lot, but I could see some picky kids not liking that. Mine didn't care and my boy actually preferred the Rudi's.
Hubby was the most excited about these, he misses having a bun with his hotdog. Again the Udi's has more of a traditional look to it and is very thick. If you want a bun that is smaller and isn't too much for kids I would recommend the Rudi's bun. My kids didn't know what to do with so much bread with the Udi's.
I paid$1.16/bun at Town & Country
4 g protein/bun
3 g fiber/bun
I paid $1.34/bun at Lee & Dad's
1 g protein/bun
2 g fiber/bun
The winner in our house was the Rudi's bun. It had a sweeter taste to it and I thought the Udi's bun was drier than the Rudi's.
So it looks like Udi's and Rudi's tied.