Oh GOD.... you had better call the ER and ask for an emergency air evac!!!!!!
You'll be just fine. Mold is pretty ubiquitous in our environment, and is actually very closely related to the same yeasts that make your bread rise. If the mold spores found their way to your bread, undoubtedly you've also breathed some in. The risk is probably greatest with inhalation, or allergies, rather than eating small quantities of it. Even so, the risk is minimal unless you have bad allergies, or you have end-stage AIDS.
Your preparations likely masked the flavors some, but you'll know if you are consuming large amounts of it.
I would assume that cooking the mold will also kill most of it, further reducing any risk.
While the mold often spreads to successive slices, it is also possible that one slice had it, and the next did not. You can always tear off the moldy corner if you wish, and eat the rest of the slice