Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda (Baking Powder)

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Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda  (Baking Powder)

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

I’ve made a Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe before, but it was made with cream of tarter.  I wanted to see if I could get similar results with baking soda with a similar recipe.  It worked!  I made a delicious Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda!!  Baking soda is always in my pantry but Cream of Tarter isn’t.  I’m glad it turned out.

Low Carb Cloud Bread

I quite bread more than four months ago, and I haven’t looked back.  Truthfully, I  feel so much better and less bloated.  If you like slices of bread but can’t really tolerate the gluten or the carbs, this Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda is a must try!   This recipe is perfect for someone on a low carb, keto diet or a gluten-free diet.

I wanna say this only took about 5 minutes to whip up too.  It’s really quick and tastes absolutely amazing.  My husband was very impressed and he loves his bread.

We love a savory type bread so I added Rosemary seasoning and sea salt with a small amount of pepper on top of each slice.  Those seasoning combinations brought this bread choice to a whole new level.

Cloud Bread

Cloud bread is a light, fluffy, airy type bread that practically melts in your mouth!  It’s one of the best replacement recipes for real bread and it’s high in protein too.

I’m not exactly sure how long it will last in the refrigerator though.  I make a batch at a time and that usually only lasts our family 3 to 4 days at most.  This bread does not have any preservatives so I would make sure you do keep it refrigerated.

Grab the printable version of this recipe at the very bottom of this post.

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Ingredients

  • 3 eggs, separated
  • 3 Tablespoons cream cheese
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder (or cream of tarter)
  • Optional:  1/2 teaspoon Rosemary seasoning
  • Optional:  1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • Optional:  1/4 teaspoon pepper

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  2. Separate the egg yolks from the egg whites.
  3. In the egg yolks bowl, add the cream cheese and mix it with a hand mixer until it’s fully blended.
  4. In the egg whites bowl, add the baking powder and mix it with a hand mixer until the egg whites are fluffy and form peaks that hold their shape (as seen in the photos below).  This process will take the longest at about 5 minutes or so.
  5. Next, you will combine both bowls together into one.  Fold the mixtures together until the are fully mixed but don’t over mix these ingredients.  It’s important to keep the egg whites nice and fluffy.  Over mixing these ingredients will cause a thick liquidy mixture and that won’t work for this bread recipe.  There will be no way to correct this recipe if you over mix it.  You will want to do this rather quickly so the ingredients don’t melt back to a liquid consistency.
  6. Spray the baking pan with a non-stick cooking spray and drop small spoonfuls of the batter onto a cookie sheet with a bakers mat to prevent sticking.  Use the spoon to spread out the batter in the size of bread you want.  Now sprinkle any seasonings you want on the top of each bread patty.
  7. I made hamburger bun sized bread patties.  I am able to get between 10 and 12 slices of bread out of this recipe.
  8. Bake it for about 15 to 20 minutes.  My oven tends to cook at a higher temperature so I know my recipes get done faster.  Usually, 15 minutes is all it takes for me.  Be sure to watch it when it’s close to the 15-minute mark.  They should be a light golden brown color when they are done.

 

Cloud Bread Nutrition

Serves 12 (2 slices)

Calories 27, Total C 0.4g, Fiber 0g, Net C 0.4g, Sugars 0.1g, Fat 2.1g, Protein 1.7g

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

 

Cloud Bread With Baking Soda

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Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

Low Carb Cloud Bread Recipe Made with Baking Soda

4.45 from 29 votes
Servings 12
Calories 27

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Separate the egg yolks from the egg whites.
  • In the egg yolks bowl, add the cream cheese and mix it with a hand mixer until it's fully blended.
  • In the egg whites bowl, add the baking powder and mix it with a hand mixer until the egg whites are fluffy and form peaks that hold their shape (as seen in the photos below). This process will take the longest at about 5 minutes or so.
  • Next, you will combine both bowls together into one. Fold the mixtures together until the are fully mixed but don't over mix these ingredients. It's important to keep the egg whites nice and fluffy. Over mixing these ingredients will cause a thick liquidy mixture and that won't work for this bread recipe. There will be no way to correct this recipe if you over mix it. You will want to do this rather quickly so the ingredients don't melt back to a liquid consistency.
  • Spray the baking pan with a non-stick cooking spray and drop small spoonfuls of the batter onto a cookie sheet with a bakers mat to prevent sticking. Use the spoon to spread out the batter in the size of bread you want. Now sprinkle any seasonings you want on the top of each bread patty.
  • I made hamburger bun sized bread patties. I am able to get between 10 and 12 slices of bread out of this recipe.
  • Bake it for about 15 to 20 minutes. My oven tends to cook at a higher temperature so I know my recipes get done faster. Usually, 15 minutes is all it takes for me. Be sure to watch it when it's close to the 15-minute mark. They should be a light golden brown color when they are done.

Nutrition

Serving: 2slices | Calories: 27 | Carbohydrates: 0.4g | Protein: 1.7g | Fat: 2.1g | Sugar: 0.1g

Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy.

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16 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    J’ai adoré cette recette de base et me propose de la refaire avec du Philadelphia à la ciboulette et encore celui aux fraises!! Pour une croustille, je la ferai avec le fromage à la crème au saumon; avec des tranches de concombres, cela devrait être délicieux!!! Merci pour une recette superbe!!

  2. 5 stars
    These are wonderful for sandwiches. I pop 2 in my toaster to get them kind of crisp. They hold together well enough for me to pick it up like a regular sandwich.

  3. 4 stars
    Thank you for putting your recipe first and then your cooking pictures. My biggest pet peeves with bloggers are the 35 food pictures and the endless dialog to hope to find the recipe after thirty seconds of constant scrolling. The recipe is what got me here. Now I know what’s in it, let’s hear your method and tips. So appreciated! So far I’ve saved four recipes and just got here! Thank you again!

  4. 5 stars
    Just starting to try out Keto Recipes and tried these tonight. LOVED them! Next time I’m going to make a double batch because my husband and I destroyed them 🙂

    Thanks!

  5. 3 stars
    The cover says Baking soda but the recipe says baking powder ?!? They are not the same product and would have different uses which one was actually used ???

    1. So sorry Katherine. We used Baking Powder. Not Baking Soda. I swear I must have been half awake when I finished writing this recipe. Thanks for catching that. That’s a big difference.

      1. I could never peak my whites… So they were runny on cookie sheet, but poured into muffin pan & they worked there..but not same shape & size for possible sandwich use..I will have to try again!! Taste great tho! I just saw a correction in another post…it is baking powder. Not baking soda which I used as it stated…msybe next time it will work 😊

  6. These look so great and I would like to try them. Can you share what the nutritional information is since I’m starting the keto diet.

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