Low Carb Cloud Bread

I am always looking for something to help my carb intake.


I think this cloud bread is something I could be using for a while.


Low Carb Cloud Bread

2 Eggs Separated
2 oz Cream Cheese
1/8 tsp cream of tartar

Preheat oven to 300′.

Separate eggs. Whites in one bowl, yolks in another.

Add the cream cheese to the yolks and mix until smooth.

In the other bowl add cream of tartar to the whites, and beat with a hand mixer on high until fluffy and peaks form.

Carefully combine the yolk mixture to the white mixture with a spatula being careful not to deflate the whites.

Spray cookie sheet with Pam and spoon the mixture into rounds. Bake for about 15 to 20 minutes or until golden.

Cool on a wire rack. Once cooled, store in ziploc bags or tupperware overnight. The consistency changes to bread like.

Makes 4 large bun sized rounds at 60 calories each.

I am sharing this with Waste Not Want Not Wednesday
Hosted by Frugal Farm Wife and Poor and Gluten Free


7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Elise @frugalfarmwife.com
    Apr 20, 2015 @ 22:32:35

    Cloud bread is amazing! I’ve only made it once, and used goat cheese instead of cream cheese, but we loved it!

    Thanks for linking up with Waste Not Want Not Wednesday!


  2. Danielle @ Poor and Gluten Free
    Apr 21, 2015 @ 20:58:07

    Wow! This looks so easy! Thanks so much for sharing it on WNWNW, I’m featuring it this week 🙂


  3. morewithlessmom
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 19:55:27

    This is so interesting! Thanks for posting. Hello from Waste Not Want Not Wednesday.


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