Keto Cloud Bread
The BEST keto cloud bread recipe, it's super-easy, light, and buttery. The perfect low-carb and keto-friendly bread for a sandwich is only four ingredients & ten minutes prep!
Have you ever made a cloud? Have you ever seen a cloud? Have you ever eaten a cloud? Let's make a Cloud-Bread Sandwich, and it will be the best keto cloud bread you have ever eaten.
What do you know about a sandwich? Bread, butter, carbs, fats, calorie. But not this one! Typically, bread makes you feel weighed down and bloated. It also gives you brain-fog and makes you want to take a snooze.
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However, the ingredients in this keto cloud bread sandwich will leave you feeling as light as a cloud. It will additionally give you the energy to last throughout the day.
What is keto cloud bread?
Keto cloud bread is a low-carb bread replacement that has an airy and light texture. It requires no flour to make, not even low-carb flours like coconut or almond flour.
This keto cloud bread features a savory filling made with bacon, avocado, and homemade low carb and keto-friendly mayo. Avocado is a nutrient-dense fruit. It holds lots of vitamins and minerals, particularly potassium. It's also an excellent source of anti-inflammatory monounsaturated fat.
You can fill your keto cloud bread with anything you want, but the combination of homemade mayo, bacon, and avocado is unbeatable.
- 3 large Egg (whites and yolks separated)
- 1/8 tsp Cream of tartar (optional)
- 3 oz Mascarpone, softened. You can also use cream cheese.
- 1/8 tsp Sea salt
HOW TO MAKE KETO CLOUD BREAD
These steps for how to make cloud bread are straightforward. And you only need four ingredients.
Because keto cloud bread is so delicate, it bakes at a very low temperature. And this takes longer, but it is important to avoid burning them. So, preheat the oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
Then, line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Remember, do not use foil because the keto cloud rolls will stick. If you own a silicone mat, you could use that.
Beat the egg whites to stiff peaks utilizing an electric mixer. The simplest way to do this is with a little cream of tartar, but you can skip it if you don't own one.
Put the egg whites aside, and take another large bowl. Then beat the mascarpone cheese, egg yolks, and sea salt until smooth.
Then, slowly fold the egg whites into the mascarpone mixture, using your rubber spatula. And make sure to use a folding motion. Do not stir the mix! The aim is to avoid breaking down the egg whites' air bubble so that the result is fluffy and not runny.
Spoon the mix onto the parchment paper or mat, making thin, round circles. I normally make six of them, but you can make fewer large ones or more small ones.
Bake the keto cloud bread for about 25 to 25 minutes until they are golden. The precise time will vary depending on the size and thickness. Watch them carefully, because they can go from done to burned relatively quickly. Let the bread cool a bit before trying to move them.
Viola! Light and buttery keto cloud bread!
How do you store the keto cloud bread?
You have two choices. You can keep it in the fridge or the freezer. With both options, don't just stack them, because they will stick together. Rather, line them with pieces of parchment paper or even paper towels between them.
If you decide to freeze your keto cloud bread, thaw them in the fridge first. After that, you can use them any way you like. For best results, cloud bread that has been refrigerated or frozen is best to reheat in the toaster.
If you go for the toaster, just choose a very low setting and watch it carefully. Keto cloud bread burns much faster than regular bread would!
Amount per serving. Serving size in recipe notes above.
- Total Carbs0.2g
- Net Carbs0.2g