I first discovered King’s Hawaiian Bread when I was 15 years old. I was working at my first job in the grocery retail business, and King’s Hawaiian was all over the deli. For the years after that discovery I have been a fan, an avid supporter, and it’s a company I believe in.
So you can imagine my joy when I received this on my doorstep:
I really was only aware of their original Hawaiian bread, and their bread bowls which were perfect for spinach dip. I hate to admit this, but wasn’t even aware of how their line has expanded, and all the products they have developed and came out with.
For lunch, I’d often grab their mini rolls and make quick sandwiches to eat on my breaks. It was great for filling up my tummy, but with this package I discovered they had breads designed specifically for sandwiches and subs. You could make even bigger sandwiches with your favorite meat and cheeses.
I even learned that they came out with their new Hamburger Buns and Hot Dog buns. I’m still in the works of creating burgers with these, but ideas are going off in my head.
However, one of my all time favorite things to create with King’s Hawaiian Bread is turning their rounded loaf bread into a bread bowl soup. And last night, we did just that:
And one thing I learned last night as we made our bread bowl soups is that my darling SO never had King’s Hawaiian Bread prior to me. One of his questions was, “how do they make their bread so sweet.” And my only response to that is that’s what makes King’s Hawaiian so unique, and the reason I absolutely love them.
And I must say my cat was just as excited when the package arrived early that morning.
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. King’s Hawaiian provided me with samples of their product, however, I’ve been an avid fan of their products for years, and would write about them over and over again.