NO CARB Cloud Bread Recipe | How To Make Cloud Bread For Keto and Low Carb Diets

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Cloud bread! Learn how to make cloud bread in today’s video. This low carb cloud bread recipe is PERFECT for the keto diet and low carb diets alike because each slice has LESS THAN 1g of carbs.

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CLOUD BREAD ESSENTIALS:

Large Glass Bowl:

Cream Of Tartar:

Hand Mixer:

Food Scale:

Baking Sheet:

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Cloud Bread Recipe:

4 Large eggs
2 oz (56g) Room temp. low-fat creamcheese
1 Tsp Italian seasoning
1/8 Tsp garlic powder
1/8 tsp – 1/4tsp salt
1/2 Tsp cream of tartar

Cloud Bread Instructions:

Separate the egg yolks from the whites
Add the yolks to a large bowl, along with all of the ingredients listed above, except for the cream of tartar
Use a hand mixer to combine all of those ingredients into one another and set aside
In another large bowl add the egg whites and cream of tartar and beat until super thick peaks develop in the bowl
Once they do gently add the whites mixture in with the yolks
Try to keep as much “fluffiness” to the whites as you can while doing this
Once combined, add to large spoonfuls -per slice of cloud bread – to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper (the recipe makes 10 pieces, so you’ll need two trays)
Bake the trays at 300 Degrees for about 30 minutes
Let the cloud bread cool completely in the tray

Cloud Bread Macros Per Slice (Recipe makes 10 pieces):

42 Calories
2.8g Protien
.4g Carbs
(0g fiber)
2.8g Fat

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  1. First Timer Here: Just put a batch in the oven. Hopefully they don't taste like eggs lol

    Update: Its a game changer! I can substitute regular bread for this even if I wasnt doing Keto. Its super light like cotton and doesn't taste like anything at all. Next time i will add more garlic powder to give it at least a little flavor. My 10 year old likes it as well which is odd as she doesn't like anything lol Good Job!!!

  2. If you don't mind it coming out flat so you can use it like a wrap, try it this way. Put ALL of the ingredients in one bowl and blend together with a mixer. Pour onto the parchment paper. Bake. Cut to whatever size you'd like with a pizza cutter. Now you have soft flatbread you can use for wraps, or go Mexican with them and make soft tacos or tortillas. The taste is the same. The nutritional value is the same. They're just not as thick as if you follow this recipe to the letter and I think they're more versatile.

  3. Joe, not sure if you go back and read comments, especially on “older” content, and I know you’ve read this a million times, but here’s to a million and one! This is my second time round on the keto diet and the first time I lost about 20-25 pounds in just 4 months, so I know I can do it. I catapulted off the wagon after going on vacation and just now hopping back on. Channels like yours are paramount to the long term success of people like me. I heavily rely on channels like yours and another favorite sugar free mom, for ideas on how I can find creative ways to feel as if I’m able to eat some of the same foods the rest of my family indulge in daily without a care. The temptation is overwhelming when you are the only person in your household who struggles with an extra 30-40 middle aged pounds. Thank you so much for putting in all those pain staking hours in the kitchen so that your viewers can benefit and be successful with healthier eating. This cloud bread is genius and really a pretty yummy alternative! Please keep the videos coming! You are one of my favorites b/c not only are your recipes truly yummy, you always keep them super simple. Thanks again!!!! You really are making a difference for people.

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