Paleo Bread™ Tuna Sandwich

Coming up with different Paleo recipes can be interesting, fun, and satiating all at the same time!  This is Dan from Primal4Life bringing you a “Paleo Bread Tuna Sandwich”.  Lunchtime came and went, I wasn’t that hungry since I enjoyed a very filling and healthy meal this morning…  And I probably could have held out for tonight’s dinner, but I decided to indulge in some more healthy Paleoliciousness using Julian Bakery Paleo products in the late-afternoon.

Basing this meal off of some organic tuna from Wild Planet, I decided to add in a bunch of chopped veggies consisting of celery, red onion, and scallions.  Some slivered almonds for more nutrition and a healthy “crunch”, as well as a couple pieces of locally sourced organic bacon.  With a little help from some creamy Paleo Mayo via the 500 Paleo Recipes cookbook, and a couple slices of coconut Paleo Bread, we’ll be good to go in minutes!

Our Paleo Bread goes into the toaster oven for just minutes, even though it’s fully frozen….  Yet it seems to last forever in the freezer which is awesome!  It’s my bread of choice, since it’s virtually free of everything bad that I can think of; gluten, grains, soy, dairy, yeast and starch!  That’s pretty incredible, plus each slice has only thirty-five calories, just one net carb, and only one gram of sugar!  If you are only focusing on that low calorie figure, you may want to pay attention to some of the other facts that I just mentioned.  One net carb means it’s that much easier for you to keep your carbohydrate intake low, allowing you to get/stay in ketosis.  One gram of sugar as well as being yeast and starch free also helps, since those can effect blood sugar levels.  The end result is a healthier you, through less inflammation, and fueling through burning fat, rather than sugar.  

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Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Toast Paleo Bread

  2. In a bowl, combine tuna, onion, scallion, celery, mayo, almonds, and bacon together…. Mix well.

  3. Season with salt and pepper.

  4. Add to Paleo Bread, season with Paleo Powder and top with Golden Berries.

Paleo Bread Tuna Golden Berries

As usual, a few healthy ingredients and a few Paleo products via Julian Bakery tossed together, and boom!  We have a tasty meal that filled me right up!  If my calculations are correct, keeping in mind that I ate the entire can of tuna and this whole recipe, I enjoyed 778 calories, with just 8.3 grams of sugar, 12 net carbs, 62 grams of protein, with a macronutrient breakdown of 56% fat, 30% protein, and 14% carbs.  Granted, you don’t have to eat the entire meal, sharing is okay!  But this is a perfect example of how you can enjoy a healthy sandwich, using Paleo Bread, fresh veggies, condiments that you can trust, and quality sourced proteins…. And at the same time, keeping it low carb, with a healthy fat content, and lots of nutrients from organic produce!

Make sure you stock up on Julian Bakery products online at www.JulianBakery.com/Paleo so you too can make delicious meals like this one! Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed seeing this one come together, and please stop by again!

Dan

Primal4Life

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