You may have gathered that bread is important to me. We don't actually use a great deal for sandwiches as no-one in this house is a huge fan of regular sandwiches. We do love good toast, we love buns of all sorts and the girls do like cheese and bacon rolls.
I have been known to buy Baker's Delight rolls because as I mentioned, Ella needs sandwich alternatives for her lunchbox. I have never felt that good about them though. I know lots of kids like them, but if I really think about them I find their toppings a little dubious, although there are definitely worse things.
Now I've found the right loaf recipe, there is no reason for us not to make our own c&b rolls (or for me pesto and swiss). Our everyday bread is a milk loaf which means that the crust is soft, which is really what you want for this type of roll.
I have figured out the sums, but it makes for boring reading. The upshot is that I can make 12 c&b rolls for about 1/2 of what I would have paid in BD for 6 and there really is no comparison.
If anyone would like the recipe, happy to send it on to you.