Monday, December 8, 2014

My Ultimate Oroweat Organic Bread Sandwich + Giveaway

I received coupons for free Oroweat Organic Bread to aid in the facilitation of this review.
All views expressed are the honest opinion of Just Say I Told You So.

As a child I loved bread more than anything else. I loved eating it toasted and plain, with peanut butter or without, as a snack or an unofficial meal. I just really, really, loved bread! And while my love for bread has never gone away, I am a lot more conscious about the kind of bread I choose (although I still indulge on the not-so-good stuff on occasion). 

I recently had the pleasure of trying out Oroweat Organic Bread and I really like it! I have always enjoyed the taste and texture of their breads, but the Oroweat Organic Grains and Seeds bread is amazing!

I don't know if you've ever noticed, but sometimes organic breads come in smaller loaves, as in the width of the bread if considerably smaller than standard size. But not Oroweat Organic Bread, they give you a full-sized slice.... which makes it perfect for creating the Ultimate Sandwich!

So I was pondering what kind of deliciousness I could come up with that would give this bread its do, and I came up with this:


The Bee's Knees Breakfast Sandwich Recipe

Ingredients:
2 slices of Oroweat Organic Grains and Seeds bread
Butter (room temperature for spreading)
Grated Parmesan cheese
1 egg (scrambled omelet style)
1 slice of provolone cheese
2 slices of tomato 
3 Red onion rings (raw)
1/2 avocado
Spinach
Mustard

Supplies: Baking sheet, omelet pan, and aluminum foil.

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350.

Place a piece of aluminum foil on a baking sheet.

Take two slices of Oroweat Organic Grains and Seeds bread, spread one side with butter (cover the entire slice). Place grated parmesan in a shallow plate or saucer (large enough to fit the entire slice of bread). 

Press the bread (butter side down) into the parmesan until the entire surface is covered. Place onto a baking sheet, parmesan side down. 

Repeat process with second slice.

Now that both pieces of bread are on the baking sheet. Butter the topside of the bread lightly. Place in the oven. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until cheese is golden brown.

While the bread is baking, prepare your egg. Beat the egg until thoroughly blended. Add salt + pepper (at your discretion). Pour egg mixture into heated omelet skillet. Flip the egg once it has cooked to your desire. Fold. Add a slice of provolone to the top once the omelet is cooked to your liking.

Remove bread from oven. Allow to completely cool (if you take it off right away the parmesan will stick to the aluminum foil). 

Once cooled, spread mustard on the cheese-free side of the bread. Add spinach, tomatoes, onions, omelet, and avocado. Top with second slice of bread. 

VoilĂ ! Breakfast is served...


This sandwich was much more delicious than I imagined it would be! 

Would you like to to make your own Ultimate Oroweat Organic Bread Sandwich? Of course you would... that's why I'm giving away coupons for a free loaf + a $25 Visa gift card  to one lucky winner.

Good luck!

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47 comments:

  1. I love mayo and honey mustard on my sandwiches!

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  2. I prefer mustard on my sandwich!

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  3. I like may but sometimes I like mustard and mayo together.

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  4. I like russian dressing or mustard.

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  5. I prefer mustard yum

    freebiel0ve@yahoo.com

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  6. I like mayonnaise on my sandwich.

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  7. I prefer mayonaisse/salad dressing.

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  8. I like mustard the best. jj250@aol.com

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  9. It really depends on the sandwich. For the most part, I use mayonnaise.

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  11. I like mayo and mustard on my sandwiches.

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  12. I put both mustard and mayo on my sandwich though I don't like a lot of mayo on my sandwich.

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  13. Heather Hayes PanjonDecember 8, 2014 at 1:07 PM

    I Prefer Mayo.

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  14. I don't like any condiments so I always eat them plain!

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  15. I like mustard.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  16. If anything I like ketchup, but usually just a plain sandwich.

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  17. It depends…usually mayo for tuna or ham, but I always use mustard with bologna. :-)

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  18. I prefer mayonnaise on my sandwich.

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  19. My go-to is mustard. abrennan09@hotmail.com

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  20. I usually like mayonnaise, but every once in a while I love grilled cheese with pesto!

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  21. Mayo. benz1171(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  22. I love a little mayonnaise and some spicy mustard.

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  23. Light mayonnaise with pepper is what I tend to like on my sandwich.

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  24. I use to love Miracle Whip until I tried Kraft Real Mayo. Im hooked!

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  25. I like both...it depends on the sandwich!

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  26. I like mustard. I actually try not to have any other condiment to be healthier. Sometimes I mash up some avocado to use as a spread.

    thank you for the chance to win this

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  27. I like horseradish and lots of it!
    thank you

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  28. i like mayonnaise on all my sandwichs

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  29. Depends on the filler! Turkey needs mustard. Pastrami or roast beef needs mayo. And ham needs honey! Yum!

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  30. I use put a thin layer of butter on the bread and that is it.

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