Dairy-Free Cloud Bread (Avocado Oopsie Bread)
This Keto Cloud Bread is a delicious, easy oopsie bread recipe that is low in carbs, dairy-free, and made in less than 25 minutes.
Also called Oopsie bread, Cloud Bread is light, fluffy, and can be used to make a Keto-friendly burger or a low-carb sandwich.
This recipe is one of my favorite low-carb bread recipes. It is a simple keto bread recipe packed with healthy fat from avocado, no cream cheese, and is 100% dairy-free.
What Is Cloud Bread?
Cloud bread is a light and fluffy flat-ish bread. It is ideal for burgers and sandwiches as the bread holds together pretty well.
Oopsie bread is called cloud bread because of the light and fluffy crumb that comes from the cream of tartar.
While traditional cloud bread like my cloud bread recipe is made with dairy, this dairy-free cloud bread swaps the cream cheese for avocado.
How To Make Oopsie Bread
Classic cloud bread is made with regular ricotta cheese but my recipe uses creamy raw avocado.
The result is light, fluffy, with a lovely pale green color.
I used the following simple, wholesome ingredients for this oopsie bread:
- Egg White – eggs are perfectly keto-friendly.
- Cream of Tartar: useful to bind the egg whites together.
- Avocado: choose a ripe avocado. The softer the flesh, the fluffier your keto avocado bread will be! Avocado is a low-carb vegetable.
- Almond flour – learn how to choose low-carb flours.
- Baking Soda
- Whole Psyllium Husk
Making The Batter
Start this oopsie bread recipe by beating the egg white with an electric beater for about 30 seconds.
Then, add the cream of tartar and beat again until it’s very fluffy and a stiff peak forms.
Turn the avocado flesh into a puree either with a potato masher or with your food processor.
Transfer the avocado puree onto the beaten egg white before adding the other ingredients: almond flour, baking soda, and psyllium husk.
Combine the ingredients gently with a silicone spatula or a wooden spoon. Keep it smooth to retain the fluffy texture.
When the batter is pale green with no lumps, it is ready.
Baking The Bread
Line a baking sheet with lightly oiled parchment paper and spoon the batter to form four large cookie-like lumps that will be the oopsie bread.
Use the back of the spoon to flatten them in a burger bun shape.
Sprinkle some sesame seeds or poppy seeds for more flavor.
Bake the oopsie bread at 320°F (160°C) for 15 minutes.
Let the cloud bread cool down for at least 10 minutes before slicing them.
Serving Oopsie Bread
This recipe makes 4 burger buns, and each bun contains only 0.9 grams of net carbs for 5 grams of protein!
It means that this avocado oopsie bread is not only fulfilling but also very low-carb while adding some healthy fat from avocado.
I recommend eating them straight away after baking them.
Let the bread cool down for 10 minutes on a rack but don’t wait too long, or they lose their beautiful fluffy texture.
If you plan to make these for a burger party, you can easily double the recipe and bake two batches at the same time.
It’s optional, but you can also add 1/4 teaspoon of sesame seeds on top of each burger bun or poppy seeds if preferred.
My favorite healthy & low-carb burger fillings are beef patties, cheese, keto vegetables like capsicum, and shredded lettuce.
I didn’t put the sauce in my burger, but a bit of homemade mayonnaise is great, or some tahini paste.
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