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29 Sep

Primal Blueprint Recipe: The Primal Elvis

Mark’s Daily Apple reader Dan submitted this Primal Blueprint meal video as his entry to this year’s Primal Blueprint Recipe Video Contest. This is one in a series of workout videos, recipe videos and other contest submissions that will be published all week long. View them all and vote for your favorites later this week. Grok on!

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  1. This looks awesome!! Just what I’d be craving after a grok workout…

    Sarah Due wrote on September 29th, 2010
  2. Yeah Denver! That sammie looks delish – may just have to break out the waffle iron.

    Laura wrote on September 29th, 2010
  3. *drool*

    I neeeed one!

    Laura wrote on September 29th, 2010
  4. Yeah that was awesome. I’m going to have to make it one of these weekends for breakfast (or late night snack)

    Dan Martin wrote on September 29th, 2010
  5. That looked great! Now I can make some bread in waffle form=)
    Yay

    Mia wrote on September 29th, 2010
  6. omg I just imagined biting into this… sooooo good!
    ps adorable puppy =)

    fishergirl wrote on September 29th, 2010
  7. Not sure I could have resisted pan frying up the finished product! Looks yummo!

    Kim wrote on September 30th, 2010
    • In the bacon grease, of course ;-)

      SwimCoachNicole wrote on September 30th, 2010
  8. Hahhaaha, I don’t know if I liked the recipe or Dan’s temperament better. Good stuff!

    El wrote on September 30th, 2010
  9. f yeah dude. Nice trick to fluff up the batter!

    Shane wrote on September 30th, 2010
  10. Well I woke up eagerly to make my waffle bread. Uh I don’t think it worked quite as well for me, haha. I’m still trying to chisel the mixture off of my waffle iron. I may try again using coconut oil as the grease as opposed to butter; because it won’t come off. I sort of ate my breakfast standing at the waffle iron picking off flakes.
    If the author of the video has any other advice on how he achieved this I would be happy to hear. He made it look so easy =)

    Mia wrote on September 30th, 2010
  11. Hello everyone,

    Thanks for the kind replies. I can tell you all, it really is as amazing as it looks- One of those perfect sweet-savory blends that makes for a party in your mouth.

    Mia- make sure you are buttering that waffle iron up very well, and coconut oil would be fine too! You can never include too much of either!

    Another update for anyone interested, I have made the recipe again almost every morning this week with a few slight variations- One morning I skipped the blueberries and had an avocado-bacon-banana-almond butter sandwich (ridiculous good!) and another morning I made the original recipe, but included an over-medium fried egg as well!

    Like I said, this is an infinitely customizable recipe concept!

    Daniel wrote on October 1st, 2010
  12. Great job! I was particularly impressed that your waffle didn’t crumble everywhere. I’m giving it a whirl tomorrow.

    alley cat wrote on October 2nd, 2010
  13. Can’t wait to try this even though I don’t have a waffle maker.

    Linda wrote on October 2nd, 2010
  14. I made this just now and it was fantastic! I used strawberries, almond butter and bacon. I don’t own a waffle iron so I made the batter into crepes. Had to eat with a fork and knife, but its soooo good!

    Jonathan Wheeler wrote on October 4th, 2010
  15. Yummy!

    PrimalJen wrote on December 9th, 2011
  16. I want it O_o This is years late, but i’ll mention anyway that the fruit isn’t the only thing with carbs in there. Nut butter and coconut flour will up that amount a decent bit. That said, looks delicious.

    Megan wrote on September 30th, 2012

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