Fluffy Cloud Bread without cream cheese or cream of tartar - a spongy, fluffy egg white "bread" that is ultra fun to make! As seen on viral TikTok, cloud bread is a light as air dreamy bred that is low carb, keto, and contains no grain! Made with only eggs, all cloud bread needs is seasoning to make it edible. Whether or not you are eating it, cloud bread is SUPER fun to make and only has 3 simple household pantry ingredients. If you are looking for a fluffy cloud bread recipe with whipped eggs, this is that recipe! Cloud bread, while going viral on TikTok for its amazing squishability, is also commonly used in the Keto community as a substitute for real bread. Make your cloud bread colored or rainbow for some extra fun!
OPTIONAL: a drop of vanillaa drop or two of food coloring
Preheat oven to 300 and place a piece of parchment paper flat on a sheet pan. Spray parchment paper with non stick cooking spray.
The key to making cloud bread is getting your egg whites into stiff peaks to bake.
First add 9 tablespoons of liquid egg whites into a bowl. Whisk (or mix on high in a mixer) until the egg whites start to bubble up in mini bubbles, about 2-3 minutes.
Add corn starch and white sugar. Combine with a spatula.
Now mix until egg whites are stiff peaks. You can do this by hand or a stand mixer. My stand mixer (on high) takes about 10-12 minutes of mixing until ready and I recommend using a stand mixer as it does take a bit for it to mix properly.
Optionally, add a drop or two of flavor like vanilla and a drop or two of coloring if you would like a colored cloud bread at this stage.
Once egg whites are fluffy and stiff (stand on own), add to a sheet pan covered in parchment paper into a round loaf shape.
Place in oven on 300 for 25-26 minutes.
The top will be slightly browned (no matter what color you make it) and will be firm to the touch.
Peel slowly from the parchment paper.
What does Cloud Bread TASTE like?
Like lightly sweetened egg. Note: To create a rainbow cloud bread, double this recipe, separate the egg whites into bowls and dye each bowl individually.