Primal Paleo Bread Panini with Eggs and Veggies

 Buon Giorno!  Another day, another twist using the ultimate bread…. Paleo Bread! This is Dan from Primal4Life bringing you a “Primal Paleo Bread Panini with Eggs and Veggies”.  The possibilities are really starting to become endless, and I’m not just talking about the Paleo movement.  Paleo Bread has become a staple around here, and now that we’ve picked up a Panini maker, we’re enjoying our favorite bread in another form!  It’s such a small change, but a noticeably different taste, feel, and look altogether.

I start off by cooking up a couple eggs in my cast-iron skillet with a nice dab of Paleo Butter, another Julian Bakery favorite of ours…. Loaded with some hard to get vitamin K2, vitamins A and D, as well as CLA Tonalin.  That trio right there has become more and more important these days…   And with Paleo Butter being made virtually lactose free, from grass-fed cows, it’s the perfect butter to use when cooking or topping a favorite meal.  My eggs never tasted so delicious….

Next up, I layer my eggs with my defrosted Almond Paleo Bread, some escarole, sliced grape tomatoes, red onions, and crumbled goat cheese, and get it into my warmed Panini maker.  With a little down-force, I apply some pressure with the top griddle and get those cool looking lines into the sandwich.  It not only looks cool, but it gives it a cool texture, a great feel when holding the sandwich, and it also makes each and every bite crispier.  

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Ingredients:

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Directions:

  1. Pre-heat Panini maker, and get Paleo Butter in warmed cast-iron skillet.

  2. In your toaster/toaster-oven, defrost your frozen Paleo Bread.  If not frozen, have it ready to assemble.

  3. Cook eggs to your liking and season with salt & pepper (you could do your eggs on your Panini maker, I chose to keep it separate today).

  4. When eggs are almost complete, assemble sandwich, layering as you wish or how I described above.

  5. Insert sandwich into Panini maker, press somewhat firmly and allow to cook to your liking.

After about eight minutes, I was ready to mangia!!  I have had a Panini in the past, but it’s been years…. If you are Paleo you know the drill….. I haven’t had traditional bread in so long, but now that Paleo Bread and I have joined forces, and the Panini maker has arrived, we are reunited once again.  And this ain’t your average Panini.  It’s a Paleo Bread Panini!  Extremely low in carbs, low in calories, grain-free, gluten-free, soy-free, no GMO’s, and made with awesome ingredients that I’m proud to recommend to my friends and family.  Anyone with auto-immune issues also gets a nod towards coconut or almond Paleo Bread, I feel great consuming it, unlike traditional or your other “gluten-free” breads.  Remember, gluten-free does not equal healthy or Paleo, it just means it doesn’t have gluten.  

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Each bite was terrific, molto bene, and Paleo!  My Primal goat cheese was melted up and delicioso, I loved the warm tomatoes that just melt in your mouth, and the Paleo Bread was crispy and crunchy like I’ve never had it before.  So if you have access to a Panini maker, try this one out!!!  Paleo Bread can be just as versatile as those Paleo Wraps!  You can enjoy them like French Toast, as a traditional sandwich, turned into croutons, and even as a Paleo Panini!  Make sure you go to www.JulianBakery.com/Paleo to order up your Paleo Bread and all of the other wonderful Paleo products that I used to make this meal.  I hope you enjoyed seeing this come together as much as I enjoyed it, and ciao!

Dan

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