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A Recipe for Spicy Cajun Sandwich Spread

~I only received the bread pictured to facilitate this post.  Opinions are 100% my own~

A year ago I did a review and giveaway for some fantastic bread. I mean some really fantastic bread. The kind of bread that makes yummy French toast and even better sandwiches. Sadly, the bread was not available in my area. But, now it is and they have been so kind to give me some to give away, well, twelve coupons to give away. (giveaway ended 12/2013)

What's the bread? Nature’s Own.

What’s great about Nature’s Own?

• No High Fructose Corn Syrup
• No Artificial Preservatives, Colors or Flavors
• 0 grams of Trans Fat
• Low Fat
• No Cholesterol

Bread that tastes good and not loaded down with preservatives and other garbage is all I want to feed the family and Nature’s Own has a ridiculous amount of breads - loaves, bagels, English muffins, toasters and thin sliced bagels. Over 40 different kinds!

We made French toast with the Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal Toasters.  I must add that when I made toast, just toast, with the Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal Toasters it made the entire kitchen smell like cinnamon. It was as if I made the bread to toast in my oven.  Next time I am going to try Apple and Cinnamon French Toast Cups that I found on the Nature’s Own website, maybe even for Christmas morning.

I could not wait to make a sandwich with the Honey Oat Bread. You can actually see oats in the bread and it is soft, not grainy. I love turkey sandwiches and to add a kick to my sandwich I made a spicy Cajun sandwich spread to go on this sandwich. My sandwich spread, some fresh spinach and that Honey Oat Bread made for one hell of a lunch.

Spicy Cajun Sandwich Spread 

• Cajun Seasoning – store bought or mix cayenne, Spanish paprika, sea salt, and black pepper
• Tabasco (season to your taste)
• Mayo

Mix three parts mayo with one part cajun seasoning. Let this marinate over night in a tightly sealed container for a stronger flavor.

Easy peasy.

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