Cloud Bread Recipe

Cloud Bread

The minute I heard about it I knew I had to try it – Cloud Bread  ☁️? ! This bread substitute sounded too good to be true, zero carb bread?! What!?!?! I’m going to keep this short and sweet, this isn’t going to be a Pinterest worthy post lol I just want to share my experience and this super easy recipe…and let’s be honest one of my kids is going to start crying in like 2 minutes. #momlife ??

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First – Preheat your oven to 300 degrees

Cloud Bread Recipe Ingredients:

  • 3 Eggs
  • 3 Tbsp Cream Cheese
  • 1/4 Tsp Cream of Tarter (find this in the spices section…I had no idea where to look lol)

So here’s how this cloud bread recipe works and let me tell you it is SO simple!!

Separate the Eggs in different bowls, make sure there is absolutely NO yolk mixed in with the whites

In the Egg White bowl add the Cream of Tartar

Beat the crap out of these egg whites, you want them to make very stiff peaks. Beat them on high and it will probably take you about 5 minutes to get them where you want them to be.

 

Beat the Cloud Bread Egg Whites until you have formed stiff peaks - super important!
Beat the Cloud Bread Egg Whites until you have formed stiff peaks – super important!

 

In the Egg Yolk bowl add the cream cheese. Blend these until they are creamy.

 

Cloud Bread Egg Yolk Cream Cheese Mixture. Blend until creamy.
Cloud Bread Egg Yolk Cream Cheese Mixture. Blend until creamy.

 

Now, and this is important, you will want to SLOWLY FOLD the egg whites into the egg yolk mixture. I mean slow and I mean fold. Don’t mix them with a spoon, Don’t just pour it all in at once. Fold GENTLY.

 

 

Get ready to FOLD the egg whites into the egg yolk mixture.
Get ready to FOLD the egg whites into the egg yolk mixture.

 

 

Fold the Cloud Bread gently
Fold the Cloud Bread gently



Once that’s done you’re ready to head to your baking sheet. Hopefully you have parchment paper, I didn’t so eek I used a little butter to grease the pan, you’ll want to put about 1/4 cup of the mixture onto your sheet and be sure to leave room around your dollop of cloud bread.

 

 

Cloud Bread, ready for baking!
Cloud Bread, ready for baking!

 

Bake for 17-20 minutes.

Optional: If you’d like, sprinkle just a tiny bit of salt over your clouds. You can also season as you’d like. I sprinkled a little Rosemary over a couple just to give it a try!

Rosemary sprinkled onto a couple Cloud Bread dollops.

 

The Final Result! These came out so fluffy and golden and well…they look like bread! ?  Success!!

Cloud Bread fresh out of the oven and on the cooling rack!
Cloud Bread fresh out of the oven and on the cooling rack!



These can be kept in an airtight container for about 3 days and for best bread like texture, give it a few hours before trying!

So there you have it a very simple Cloud Bread Recipe! Enjoy! (and let me know how it turned out!)

xoxo

Jessica

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