This special meal made with Paleo Rice (Miracle Rice & Paleo Bread) is low carb, high protein, Paleo, high fiber and delicious. Hi everyone, it’s time to fill up our storage tanks once again… I love breakfast!!! Maybe that’s why I wake up so early, craving my first meal of the day. This is Dan from Primal4Life, showing you what I am enjoying on this lovely Saturday morning. We just got a little snow last night, here in sunny (and freezing) Connecticut. So I’m in the mood for something that will not just fill me up but warm me up as well.
Today I am featuring an interesting scramble on toast, but not just any toast, its toasted coconut Paleo Bread. Topped with sausage, two eggs, portabella mushrooms, green peppers, and Paleo Rice aka Miracle Rice (No Carbs)! Today is my first time trying the Miracle Rice and I have to admit, it’s super easy to make! It is also gluten and soy free, which are very important to me and should be for anyone that is health conscious. One bag has three servings in it, but since I used to eat those ultra-processed “Hungry Man” meals, I am eating a little more than one serving. But I have no regrets, as these are zero calories and actually taste good! With Julian Bakery’s Coconut Paleo Bread, this breakfast is going to be delicious and nutritious!
• 2 slices of Paleo Bread™ – Coconut or Almond
• Breakfast sausage
• ½ green pepper – diced
• ½ Portabella mushroom – diced
• ½ pouch Miracle Rice (Paleo Rice)
• ½ tablespoon olive oil
• Salt, pepper, and turmeric to taste
1) Toast Paleo Bread
2) Cook sausage in frying pan
3) Add mushroom and pepper to frying pan
4) Wash then boil Miracle Rice for one minute
5) Add olive oil to toast
6) Strain Miracle Rice, then add to frying pan
7) Crack two eggs into frying pan, stir
8) Add salt, pepper, and turmeric to taste
9) Plate your toast, then top with scramble
• 3 minutes
• 15 minutes
To make this totally cool breakfast, I started cooking my breakfast sausage in a frying pan. Next, I placed my coconut Paleo Bread in the toaster oven, and opened up my bag of Miracle Rice and washed it off as the directions suggest. Once washed, I put them in some boiling water for just one minute. Just one!?!? Wow!!! Now check your toast, I added some olive oil to one side of the Paleo Bread for a little extra flavor and good fats. Not that the coconut in Julian Bakery’s Coconut Paleo Bread doesn’t have good fats as it is!! But more is better in my book! After turning my breakfast sausage, I added my diced portabella mushroom and green peppers to the frying pan. Once the Miracle Rice was boiled for a minute, I strained it and then added it to my sausage mushroom and peppers mix, and then cracking two local eggs into it… Stir away! Add some salt, pepper, and a dash of turmeric for its flavor and anti-inflammatory properties and we are almost done! Get your toast and lay them on your plate, and cover with this heavenly scramble.
As usual, this came out great and I am pretty topped off. After a solid workout later on this morning, I will probably end up using the rest of my Miracle Noodles in my lunch since they were so simple to make! You can order them at www.JulianBakery.com along with many other gluten-free items.
Thanks for checking us out, and have a spectacular day!
By: Dan @
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