Scrambled Paleo Noodles w/Paleo Bread

Noodles?  Check!  Bacon?  Check!  Vegetables?  Check!   No GMO’s or gluten?  Check!  This is Dan from Primal4Life bringing you “Scrambled Paleo Noodles.”   First thing this morning, Paleo Noodles came to mind… And since I almost always crave eggs in the morning, I figured “Why not combine them?”  When I mix in some organic bacon, mushrooms and onions, an excellent meal combo starts coming together!

Paleo Noodles are made of a naturally water soluble fiber called Glucomannan.  They are loaded with fiber, they’ve been shown to help with diabetes, and they help fill you up while absorbing whatever yummy foods and sauces they are combined with.  Meanwhile, they are free of calories, carbs, soy, gluten, or wheat!  And what’s really nice is that you can literally rinse ‘em, strain ‘em, and boil ‘em in only a few minutes.  Yes, in boiling water, one minute is all that is needed!

I am using Shitake mushrooms, some white onion, and organic, nitrate free bacon to go into this “Scrambled Paleo Noodles” dish.  With the theme of “clean”, “organic”, and “real food”, my eggs also fit right in.  They come from the farm, they are pasture raised, and they are the best I can source around here.  Speaking of the best you can source, I am toasting up some of the finest toast around to enjoy with this meal, Paleo Bread!  It comes in coconut and almond, and I keep them in my freezer for when the time comes.  In just five or so minutes, my Paleo Bread is fully toasted to perfection, crispy and crunchy just the way I like it.

Ingredients:

  • 2 slices Paleo Bread
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 package Paleo Noodles
  • 2 strips organic bacon, sliced
  • 4 Shitake (or any other style) mushrooms, sliced
  • ¼ onion, sliced
  • ½ TBSP Paleo Butter
  • Quantum Pink Salt & black pepper to taste

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Directions:

1)      Strain, and rinse Paleo Noodles, set aside, and begin boiling water.

2)      Melt Paleo Butter in pan, then add veggies, and sauté until soft (about 5 minutes).

3)      Begin toasting Paleo Bread.

4)      Once water is boiling, add Paleo Noodles.

5)      After a minute of boiling Paleo Noodles, strain, and add to pan with veggies.

6)      Add Paleo Noodles to veggies, add bacon, and crack in your eggs.  Stir well.

7)      Season with Quantum Pink Salt and black pepper.

8)      When done, serve with Paleo Bread, add a dab of Paleo Butter to Paleo Bread if you wish.

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Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Serves: 1

And with some Paleo Butter in my pan, and on my Paleo Bread, I’m ensuring that I am getting some quality fats.  Fats from grass-fed cows, loaded with CLA Tonalin and vitamins A, D, and K2.  And, virtually no lactose!  So if you struggle with lactose issues, this is the butter for you! 

When this meal was complete, I was able to sit down to a very filling meal that topped me off and boosted my mood.  I love that, how a simple meal made with real ingredients can be such an energizer.  And, it was all kept low carb, junk free, and contains a ton of different nutrients!  You too can enjoy a meal like this by going to www.JulianBakery.com/Paleo today!  And while you are there, grab some Paleo Wraps for the ultimate way to wrap your meal!

Thanks for seeing this Paleo dish come together, I hope you try it and enjoy it like I did!  Remember, no grains, no pains!

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Dan

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