I also have kept up my bread baking hobby, and have added sandwich thins to the repertoire. These are sold in the stores and claim to only be 100 calories, so they are a hit with people who want to limit their caloric and carb intakes. Shown here are the honey whole wheat variety, but I make them with my white, Italian & rye recipes
as well. If you make these you'll never go back to the store bought ones that taste like cardboard.
If you already bake bread, these are simple to make. I take a 2-loaf recipe and split the dough in half(ish). I them cut off 2.3 oz of dough and shape in a ball to rest. When they are all shaped (1/2 loaf makes 12 thins) roll them into discs about 5" and let rest for a few minutes. Then I like to "dock" them like they do with pizza dough so they don't rise too high. Put on a parchment covered sheet pan, cover with a towel and rest for 30 minutes while you preheat your oven to 400F. Uncover them, give them an egg wash, then sprinkle some rolled oats on top. Use regular or instant oats. Pop in the oven for 13 minutes and they're done. Allow to cool, cut them horizontally in half, bag them and freeze. When you want one just put it in the microwave for about 15-20 seconds and they are thawed.
Someone on Food.com liked these well enough to post the recipe on their website at http://www.food.com/recipe/joevs-mul...h-thins-458394