More Than Just Fresh Bread is Cooking at Au Bon Pain

It’s no surprise that Au Bon Pain, with a focus on nutrition, offers lower sodium, lower calorie, and vegetarian items. 

It all started back in 1978 with the smell of fresh-baked bread, and Au Bon Pain has been enticing customers across the country and around the world with irresistibly delicious and innovative menu choices ever since.  Au Bon Pain combines the freshest ingredients –breads, produce, meats and more – into memorable meals to enjoy on-the-go or relaxing in the café.  With a commitment to health and a varied menu, this popular restaurant has something for everyone. 

It’s no surprise that Au Bon Pain, with a focus on nutrition, offers lower sodium, lower calorie and vegetarian items.  Year after year, Au Bon Pain is also committed to featuring several dietitian-recommended Healthy Dining menu choices to help guests young and old easily find the BEST menu choice for their health goals.  Here are some of the tempting choices you can find at your local Au Bon Pain:

Blueberry Yogurt & Wild Blueberry Parfait

Make breakfast a sweet treat with this creamy parfait.  Blueberry yogurt and wild blueberries are layered with honey granola for a dose of bone-building calcium and vitamin-rich fruit.

Vegetarian Deluxe Salad

Whether you follow a vegetarian diet, a Meatless Monday routine or feel like a cool, crisp salad on a warm day, this is a must-try pick.  Romaine lettuce is combined with fire-roasted red and yellow bell peppers, Kalamata olives, feta cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, chickpeas, red onions and balsamic vinaigrette for a tempting healthier choice that’s also sodium savvy.

Teriyaki Steak Harvest Hot Bowl

Meat lovers aren’t forgotten at Au Bon Pain.  Ginger and sesame steak, carrots, edamame and teriyaki sauce are served over udon noodles.  Veggies and a whole lot of flavor!

Au Bon Pain features a long list of Healthy Dining menu choices hand-picked by Healthy Dining’s registered dietitians and on  Which one will you order on your next visit?