Primal Tuna Melt On Paleo Bread™

This is Dan from Primal4Life bringing you a ”Tuna & Egg Salad Melt.”   Sometimes my wife really impresses me… She put this one together, and isn’t even a fan of fish, or coconut for that matter.  But she knows what is good for her, so she goes for the gold with Julian Bakery’s Paleo Bread!  As mentioned in the video, she doesn’t like coconut.  But, thanks to the great mild taste that the coconut Paleo Bread™ has, she loves it!  That makes me happy because I know she is getting some healthy fats, she’s also getting a low carb sandwich with fiber, and it’s also low in calories as well.  Not to mention the fact that Julian Bakery uses great ingredients that are organic, GMO-Free, and this bread is gluten and grain free.   She put this melt together and let me have a bite, and all I can say is “OMG!”  The taste from the scallions with the tuna and Paleo Powder, it was off the charts… Love it!  So here’s what Rachel did:


• 2 slices coconut Paleo Bread™

• Grass-fed butter

• 1 hard-boiled egg, chopped

• 1 pouch white albacore tuna in water

• 1 ½ tbsp paleo mayonnaise

• 1 ½ tbsp sour cream

• 2 stalks chopped celery

• 2 stalks chopped scallions

• 1 slice tomato

• 1 slice gruyere swiss cheese

• ¼ tsp Paleo Powder


1)      Defrost Paleo Bread™ in toaster oven

2)      Wash/Rinse celery & scallions and chop

3)      Peel the hard-boiled egg and chop

4)      Drain water from tuna pouch

5)      Combine celery, scallions, egg, tuna, mayo, sour cream & paleo powder and mix until combined

6)      Melt butter in small frying pan

7)      Place one slice of the defrosted Paleo Bread in the pan and top with cheese

8)      Check slice of bread and when starting to brown and cheese slightly melted, top with tuna/egg salad, slice of tomato and other slice of Paleo Bread

9)      When bread completely toasted/browned, flip sandwich over to finish toasting/cooking other side.

Prep Time:

• 5 minutes

Cook Time:

• 10 minutes


• 1

So many flavors, so little time…. But she made it happen!  And it looks incredible; the char that she got in my cast-iron skillet with grass-fed butter was perrrrfect!  This meal was low in fat, low in calories, has a good amount of protein, low carbs, fiber, and taste!!!  The combos of ingredients were great, and that mayo recipe that Mark Sisson provides us really works well.  It came from the book “Make it Paleo” – which is available from Julian Bakery.  It’s just one of the many Paleo derived cook books that Julian Bakery offers.  Take a peek in their Paleo section online; pick one, that’s all I ask…  And start from there.  Pretty soon you will be whipping up Paleo recipes like they are going out of style!  But I don’t foresee these Paleo meals going out of style anytime soon, they are here to stay!  The Paleo movement is all about eating real foods that are anti-inflammatory, and good for you; giving you nutrients that stimulate healing and growth, making you a healthier person. 

If you want to recreate this one, remember that two of the ingredients can be bought at Julian Bakery; Paleo Bread and Paleo Powder.  Also, that cook book would make it optimal… Get it!  All available through

Thanks for visiting, and I hope you enjoyed your stay!



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