Breakfast Cloud Bread #keto

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Breakfast Cloud Bread #keto

45 minutes
Calories 90kcal


  • 3 eggs (separated)
  • 3 tablespoons cream cheese (separated)
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder (separated)


  • **Important note, if you do NOT put them in a zip top bag, they WILL be dry and crumbly the next day.
  • They do not have to be in the fridge but will not last or be fresh for more than a few days.
  • The recipe makes a small batch.
  • Breakfast Cloud Bread 3 eggs, separated 3 TBSP cream cheese, I used blueberry 1 tsp baking powder, I used aluminum free Have 2 bowls out and ready, preheat your oven to 300 degrees and line a cookie sheet with either parchment paper or silpads.
  • I LOVE mine! In a medium bowl drop your egg whites and place the yokes in a smaller bowl.
  • With the yokes you will add the cream cheese and beat until smooth.
  • Be sure the cream cheese is room temperature otherwise it will be grainy or lumpy and not smooth.
  • In the medium bowl add the baking powder ONLY when you are ready to whip the egg whites.
  • Do so with a hand mixer until peaks form.
  • Like when you make meringue for a pie.
  • Then FOLD gently, the yoke mix into the whites.
  • Be careful not to over mix or it will break the whites down and be runny.
  • Now by the TBSP drop and spread into a circle the mix.
  • You can use two pans so they don't spread and stick together if you make them about 3-4 inches in size or make them small for little slider type bread disk.
  • I make larger ones and put it all on one sheet.
  • IF you use two sheets you need to be able to put them in the oven together, otherwise it will run and separate before baking.
  • Watch them closely.
  • Some suggest allowing them to cook and just before they brown turning on the broiler but I was leary of doing so.
  • Bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown be careful not to burn them.
  • Since I used the blueberry cream cheese, with real berries, it made the bread a little sweet and I think made the batter more liquidy/runny.
  • HOWEVER, they did turn out.
  • As you can see they ran together in the baking process and I cut them apart, hence the straight sides.
  • LOL
  • Once they were cooled, it is suggested to allow them to "sit in a bag" for a day or two.
  • I had mine the following morning with cream cheese slathered on and rolled up, like a little swiss roll.
  • Perfect dessert or breakfast sweet treat.
  • I forgot to take a photo of it that way but it was very good, even my work hubby said so.
  • hahaha Right Sasha?
  • The next ones I do the plan is to use the regular cream cheese and see how they taste.
  • I think the blueberry prevented the eggy taste that some refer to.
  • We shall see


Calories: 90kcal

Originally posted 2019-02-20 18:44:57.

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