Cloud Bread (3-Ingredient Oopsie Bread)
This easy 3-ingredient Cloud Bread recipe is perfect to make a sandwich or toast that is very popular for people on a keto diet but that everyone can enjoy for a quick bite.
Plus they are gluten-free and flourless with only 0.9 grams of net carbs.
What’s Cloud Bread?
Cloud Bread is a popular bread recipe with a light and fluffy texture that makes it resembles clouds, hence the name.
Cloud bread is typically made with eggs and cheese and no flour. Because of the lack of flour, it contains very few carbs which makes it a hallmark of the keto diet.
Cloud bread remains relatively flat, making it perfect for low-carb sandwiches and burgers.
In fact, you can even use the batter to make Cloud Bread Pizza.
Why You’ll Love This Cloud Bread
This recipe is very easy to make and tastes delicious. It is also:
- Made With Just 3 Ingredients
- Airy and Fluffy
- Ready In Under 30 Minutes
How To Make Cloud Bread
Since it only takes 3 ingredients to make this cloud bread recipe, it’s easy to make even for baking beginners.
- Eggs – I prefer to use free-range eggs as they give the best taste to baking recipes.
- Cream Cheese – Cream cheese is a keto-friendly cheese. It makes this recipe fluffy and smooth.
- Cream Of Tartar – Cream of Tartar is the secret ingredient that gives this 3-ingredient cloud bread its cloudy texture by keeping the beaten egg white airy for longer.
Making Cloud Bread
Start the cloud bread recipe by splitting the egg yolks from the egg whites and placing the egg whites in a glass bowl, or in the bowl of your stand mixer, if you have one.
Keep the egg yolks in another bowl at room temperature. They won’t stay there for very long, so it’s safe.
Beat the egg whites and the cream of tartar with an electric beater or with the beating attachment of your stand mixer until a fluffy stiff peak forms.
The cream of tartar helps maintain the stiffness and airiness of the beaten eggs.
In another large mixing bowl, beat the softened cream cheese and egg yolk with the same beater until it becomes creamy and no lumps of cream cheese are showing.
Gently fold the fluffed egg whites into the beaten egg yolk mixture. The mixture will deflate a little but keep mixing until you can’t see any more egg white.
Baking Cloud Bread
Preheat your oven to 300°F (150°C). Line a large baking sheet or two large sheets with some lightly oiled parchment paper.
Scoop 1/4 cup of cloud bread batter per bread with a cookie scoop or ice cream scoop.
Drop the cloud bread dough onto the parchment paper and spread it by applying a circular motion to form a thin 5-inch circle (12cm).
Make more cloud bread rolls with the remaining batter until no batter is left. Make sure to leave half a thumb of space between each bread so they don’t stick when they expand slightly.
Bake the cloud bread for 20 to 25 minutes at 300°F (150°C) until golden.
Let the cloud bread rolls cool down for a few minutes on the sheet then transfer them to a cooling rack for a few more minutes of cooling.
Serving Cloud Bread
Cloud Bread is a very versatile bread.
You can turn it into:
- Cloud Bread Burger: cook your favorite ground beef, add a slice of cheddar, a leaf of lettuce, a thin slice of tomato, and a drizzle of Homemade Ketchup.
- Cloud Sandwich: you can make my Keto Breakfast Sandwich with this bread, it makes a delicious savory keto breakfast.
- Sweet Cloud Toast: Toast the cloud bread and spread your favorite spread such as my Keto Nutella Copycat Recipe, or my Homemade Peanut Butter.
- Cloud Bread Pizza: You can use this recipe to make my Cloud Bread Pizza
You can store cloud bread for up to 3 days in the fridge in an airtight container or freeze it for later.
Rewarm each bread roll by putting it in the toaster oven.
Frequently Asked Questions
Cloud bread has a very fluffy and airy texture and tastes like soft bread. The egg taste remains quite mild considering how many eggs it uses.
The taste of cream cheese is also mild.
Cloud bread is typically made from cream cheese, eggs, and sometimes cream of tartar.
Healthy isn’t the same for everyone! But cloud bread is a good replacement for high-carb bread for people needing to reduce their carbs.
As a result, it’s a healthy bread option for people on a gluten-free, keto, or low-carb diet.
More Keto Bread Recipes
If you like simple keto bread, you’ll love these other low-carb recipes.
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