How to Make Lighter-Than-Air Cloud Bread In 3 Easy Steps
This easy-to-make bread recipe is not only super soft but gluten-free and low-carb.
It's a regular pastime for me to whip up a quick batch of peanut butter cookies or practice my bread-making skills. But as I continue to spend a lot of quality time at home by myself, I also want to find ways to practice my baking therapy habits in healthier ways. Scrolling through my favorite social media feeds lately brought my attention to cloud bread, a gluten-free, grain-free, and low-carb recipe that seemed easy enough to make and required just a few ingredients. Apparently this bread first came to light years ago on the Atkins diet plan, requiring eggs, cream of tartar, cream cheese, and a bit of sweetener. They can be made in different sizes, but most are seen about the size of a hamburger bun. The texture of cloud bread is light and airy (hence, where it got its cloud name) that almost melts in your mouth. It has a bit of an eggy flavor, but that's expected since it's mostly made of eggs. Intrigued? Follow along to learn the steps to making perfect cloud bread at home.