If you’ve been on TikTok for the last few months, you’ve probably stumbled into this latest food trend. Cloud bread isn’t something new to us, but because of a TikTok, it has flown back into our radars! For those who want to bake their own, Simple Cloud Bread Recipes is for you!


This low carb alternative for traditional white bread is packed full of flavor and won’t set off your diet and cause you to gain weight! It’s easy to make, and you traditionally only need three ingredients, and because it doesn’t use any flour, it’s great for keto diets!


Simple Cloud Bread Recipes


Grab your whisk, and ready your apron. Here are three simple cloud bread recipes that you can easily make for your keto diet!


Cloud Bread


This one is the traditional cloud bread recipe. This is about as basic as you can get, but it still tastes incredible and isn’t that difficult to make!



  • 3 Eggs
  • 30g of sugar
  • 10g of cornstarch
  • Vanilla extract (optional)


Get a large bowl and a small bowl and start separating the egg yolks from the whites. Place the yolks in the small bowl and save it for an omelet later on! Next, beat the egg whites with a whisk or a stand mixer if you don’t want to tire yourself out (beating it with a whisk is a great forearm workout).


While beating the egg whites, add sugar and cornstarch little by little as the mixture stiffens. You can also add an optional drop of vanilla extract to make it more fragrant and have a sweet and soft flavor!


Once you get stiff peaks, it’s time to bake the mixture! It should look almost like a cloud (hence the name), and you should be delicate when transferring it to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper since you don’t want the air you mixed in to go away. Bake it for at least 20-30 minutes, and you’re good to go!


It should tear easily and almost dissolve like cotton candy in your mouth.


Chocolate Cloud Bread

If you missed the taste of chocolate cake but are eager to stick with your diet, this is probably your best alternative. You can have that chocolaty richness while still having the fluffiness of the cloud bread itself!



  • 3 Eggs
  • 30g of sugar
  • 10g of cornstarch
  • Cocoa powder
  • Dark chocolate bits/chips


Just like the previous recipe, you’re going to want to separate the egg whites and use a stand mixer or a whisk to beat them into stiff peaks. While beating the egg whites, slowly add in the sugar and cornstarch.


Next, add in the cocoa powder and mix it right before it gets to form stiff peaks. Then, if you want to add more texture to the chocolate cloud bread, roughly chop up some chocolate bars into bite-sized pieces and fold it in the mixture! Using chocolate chips instead will create consistency, but if you prefer to have inconsistencies and surprise bites, then bits will be a lot better!


Shape the mixture in a baking sheet lined with parchment paper to prevent it from sticking, bake at 300 Fahrenheit for 20-30 minutes and enjoy!


Cheesy Oopsi Rolls


This is if you want to utilize the egg yolks in the recipe and make it more savory and cheesy! This is great to have for breakfast because it gets you going.



  • 3 large eggs
  • 3 oz of Mascarpone cheese or cream cheese
  • ⅛ teaspoon of sea salt or kosher salt
  • Cream of tartar (optional)


Start by separating the egg yolks from the egg whites. Next, use a stand mixer or whisk to create stiff peaks using the egg whites (you can also use a litter cream of tartar to make this easier).


In a separate bowl, mix the egg yolks, mascarpone/cream cheese, and the sea salt until smooth. Ensure that the egg yolks and mascarpone or cream cheese are at room temperature to make it as smooth as possible. Once you’ve done all of that, gently fold in the egg whites into the yolk mixture (make sure to fold in the whites gently so that you don’t lose a lot of the air you whisked in).


After all of that is done, place it in a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and shape it into tiny pancakes or just one big loaf. Enjoy!


Check out our other cooking guides for more great ideas.

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