Low Carb, Flourless Cloud Bread [Video Recipe]
Cloud Bread is a super fluffy and airy, flour-less "bread" that is made of just 2 main ingredients; eggs and cream cheese. It is a nice alternative for anyone who is try to reduce carbs or cut out gluten from their diet or just prefers the taste of a lighter "bread".
This bread is amazing for sandwiches (as shown in our video) or to accompany main dishes in place of bread. There is a slight eggy taste so people who do not like eggs might not enjoy it as much. However, we've noticed the taste of the bread is easily masked by other flavors so that isn't an issue if it is eaten with other foods.
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• 3 Room Temperature Eggs (Separated)
• 3 Tablespoons Room Temperature Cream Cheese (Or Cottage Cheese)
• 1/2 Teaspoon Coconut Sugar
• Salt & Pepper (To Taste)
1. Preheat oven to 300°F
2. Separate egg yolks from the egg whites.
3. Place the 3 Egg Whites into a large mixing bowl and the yolks in a small bowl.
4. In another large mixing bowl, add the room temperature cream cheese and beat until the cream cheese is whipped and fluffy. (This step helps the cream cheese mix better with the eggs).
5. Add coconut sugar and salt and pepper to taste (we added about 1/4 tsp of each).
6. Add the egg yolks to the cream cheese mixture.
7. Mix the cream cheese, egg yolks, and seasonings until smooth
8. Go back to the mixing bowl that the egg whites are in and use a whisk or whisk attachment on an electric mixer to beat the egg whites on low speed until it gets frothy.
9. Add the Cream of Tartar (Baking Powder can be used instead of cream of tarter)
10. Continue whisking the egg whites while slowly increasing speed to high. Beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form on the whisk when you remove it from the egg whites.
11. Pour the egg yolk mixture over the whipped egg whites and gently fold the two mixtures together until the mixture is an even pale yellow without any white streaks.
12. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and spoon dollops of the mixture onto the lined baking sheet, leaving enough room to spread the mixture flat.
13. Use a spatula or utensil to spread the dollops into flat disks. The mixture will not rise much more than your uncooked disks so you can make your disks as thick or as thin as you'd like.
14. Transfer the baking sheet with the "Cloud Bread" mixture into the oven and bake for 20-30 minutes until the tops are lightly golden brown. The baking time will depend on individual ovens, as well as how thick or thin your make your Cloud Bread disks.
15. Allow your Cloud Bread to cool after you remove them from the oven.
16. Serve & Enjoy.
• Place the Cloud Bread disks into a large sealable bag but try not to overlap the disks because they tend to stick to one another. If you have enough disks, you can add layers within the bag by using parchment paper in between the Cloud Bread so they do not stick to each other.
We love making sandwiches out of these Cloud Bread disks or slices because they are super light and fluffy yet still taste like a regular sandwich. This recipe can be played around with by adjusting the seasonings or topping it off with some cheese or can even be made into a sweet bread!
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