Paleo Microwave English Muffin Bread

Paleo Microwave English Muffin Bread

Just THREE minutes and a simple ingredient list is needed to whip up this microwave English muffin which is JUST like the real deal! There are three versions- Paleo, Vegan and Gluten Free to suit most dietary lifestyles- For those without a microwave, there is an oven friendly version! The normal microwave bread recipes I find lacking somehow. So when I’m craving bread or toast, but don’t have any of my Paleo Bread on hand, I whip one of these up and have a nice lil’ grain free english muffin in a jiffy! Thanks to this revolutionary contraption called the microwave, you can have this on your plate in as little as 3 minutes! Easy as 1-2-3.

These paleo english muffins take only 2 minutes in the microwave and are a great grain free addition to your breakfast. I am so happy with these Quick Paleo English Muffins, they make life, and my way of eating so much easier. They can be made in microwave or baked in the oven. I have been missing bread so much since I went low carb, and I’ve just recently been cutting out gluten. Microwave Paleo Bread Early man didn’t have microwaves, but if they did they surely could have whipped up some of this Paleo bread. Quick Paleo English Muffins If you’re an English muffin lover it won’t be long before you’re hit with a craving and won’t know what to do to stay on track with your Paleo diet.

Toast it and you won’t miss your high-carb English muffin. Stuff it with some turkey, mayo and lettuce and you’ve got a healthy sandwich. Spoon into ramekin and microwave for one minute. Remove from microwave with dish towel and invert on a cooling rack. English Muffins were one of my favorite breakfast foods. The nooks and crannies that would hold the butter, oh it was so good! Although I did not like Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches, I do like Peanut Butter and Jam. Most breads are best toasted or used with a Panini press. Even making biscuits in the oven on a baking pan don’t always taste yummy. Of course, if you are that short on time, I highly recommend just cutting an avocado in half and using that in place of bread for your tuna melt!


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