I have made the Cloud Bread/Oopsie Bread a couple of times (got a new KitchenAid 5Q mixmaster for Christmas which helps with the stiff egg whites!), however, my challenge is that they go absolutely FLAT to a point I cannot slice them for a sandwich. I wind up making "open'faced" style instead. I do add cream of tartar and I whip the egg whites until they are mountains we can ski on. What else can I do, or, what am I doing wrong?
The yeast in this low carb and keto bread ensures a wonderful texture and taste. Now, how much your bread will rise (and fall!) post-bake depends quite a bit on your altitude. But note that you still won’t get that gummy and wet texture here of most low carb breads. Plus, as mentioned, we’re baking at over 7,000 feet (Mexico City here!!), so if we can make this keto sandwich bread work so can you.
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Toasting it did no good as it had that “plastic” smell that Mizzsingbabe mentioned. I tried cutting a very thin piece, loading it with butter, garlic powder, salt and grilling in cast iron fry pan, then broiling it but still cannot get past the plastic/smell taste. So I wasted 3 cups of (not cheap) almond flour along with all the other ingredients.

Asking whether or not you should exercise is foolish. You should exercise at the very minimum once a day, regardless of your diet as it makes for good lifestyle, not good diet. Every day you brush your teeth (I’m hoping!), so why can’t you do something with a little momentum as well? Exercise is anything that gets your heart beating fast, or makes you sweat. Be it sexual intercourse (I’m not promoting), or just going for a jog, anything will make the diet work 2x as fast. I’ve been doing the bread diet for a while but I have some good pointers to add. Keep in mind, though it says 12-16 slices a day, that doesn’t mean you should eat 12-16 slices every day. That just means you should limit it there. A good idea is to constantly drink water all day long, but the best idea is to NOT schedule times for you to eat. If you’re consuming food when you’re not hungry, then those are pointless calories to be eating in the first place. ONLY eat when you’re hungry. In addition to the segment of complex carbs, wild rice and pasta are also good for those who are endurance exercisers (long distance running etc etc). However, I suggest that no matter what you’re eating, as an additional NATURAL colon cleanse method, you should make room for peppers. Peppers are great antioxidants, have more vitamin C than oranges, good doses of vitamin A and K, increase metabolism, heighten mood, prevent cancer (lycopene), decrease cholesterol (capsaicin), and believe it or not, they do NOT have any link to ulcers. With the high fiber already in this diet, digestion problems with eating peppers are more likely to subside than bother those more sensitive stomachs.
First of all, the idea that fat will make us fat is a huge misconception in our society. In fact, the exact opposite is true. The fat in our bodies is actually a stored form of glucose. When blood sugar levels become too high, insulin levels rise in order to carry glucose into the cells for energy production. When the cells have an adequate amount of glucose to fuel themselves, the excess glucose is stored in the liver and muscles or deposited as fat. In other words, excess carbohydrates (glucose) increases fat build up, not necessarily dietary fat.
Kale, mushrooms, onions, etc all have a surprising amount of carbs, but aren’t included in this three day kickstart. The weekly menu plans have specific serving sizes but it’s not necessary in this three day kickstart if you eat on plan and don’t deviate – as proven by the hundreds if not thousands of people who have had success with it. If you follow the three day kickstart as written you will get into ketosis.

Hi Maria! I just tried this recipe and it is ABSOLUTELY A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.!! Thank you SOOO much for sharing the recipe! One question- In the recipe you have 2 links to order the Psyllium. I just realized it after I placed my order through the first link, which is from your amazon store- The Frontiers Psyllium. I’m hoping that one works for the bread as good as the Jay Robb Brand!
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Others agree. “If you look at these large diet studies on people who live the longest with the least disease, fiber and whole grains are always major components,” says Joanne Slavin, PhD, a professor of food science and nutrition at the University of Minnesota. Slavin says the fiber in whole-grain foods and breads slows the small intestine’s absorption of fat and carbohydrates in ways that improve fullness and limit spikes in blood sugar. Farther down the digestive tract, these whole-grain fibers feed healthy gut bacteria and improve colon health.
Maria, I made your bread using NOW psyllium, it tastes more like a loaf of real bread than anything I’ve tried. It’s lots better than the pricey Low Carb Bread Company loaves that I have been buying on Netrition. I had previously tried a similar recipe that had coconut flour, and even though I added quite a bit of onion powder, the coconut flavor was still distinguishable, and I’m not a fan.

Hi anne, this sounds sensible! I've been on keto very gradually, still not entirely there (I have a cheat night once a fortnight-for social reasons). I started in the thick of winter, which has been great, but I used to love stone fruit, and they are starting to be in season again... i was thinking of being keto seasonally, and still being on partially keto during summer, but adding stone fruit... what do you tink about that? Much love julia
The targeted keto diet is popular among athletes and active individuals who live a keto lifestyle but need more carbs. It allots an additional 20-30 grams of carbs immediately before and after workouts to allow for higher-intensity exercise and enhanced recovery. (The total carb count comes to 70-80 grams per day.) The best options include fruit, dairy or grain-based foods, or sports nutrition products. Because the additional carbs are readily burned off, they don't get stored as body fat.
Hi Eva, That’s awesome that you are helping your son this way. I haven’t tried this with other tools, but you could probably use either the blender or the food processor. The key is to pulse in step 5, not just constantly blend, so that the whites don’t fully break down. Other than that, it should be pretty similar. As for the yolks, if you don’t want to make creme brulee, I usually just put a couple extras into an omelet (or breakfast casserole, or any other dish requiring cooked eggs) mixed with whole eggs.
This “lazy” keto bread recipe is anything but boring: Crumbling the butter directly into the dough creates moist and tender biscuits for all your sweet and savory recipes. Plus, this recipe takes 30 minutes from start to finish and keeps each biscuit macro-friendly at 3 net carbs. Stay more Bulletproof and use the sour cream and whey protein swaps suggested in the recipe, plus avoid eating flaxseed too often.
Hello. I’m a kept newbie. Started 6 days ago today. By day 4 I was down 10lbs. I’m following the 20 or less carbs a day, altho I more like less than 10 on most days. I have only wanted to harm someone for a cookie twice, and my bf for his fried potatoes once. I’m honestly shocked at how much food I really can eat with no carbs. And then on some days, shocked at how many carbs are in other things. Headaches and lack of energy are the only thing that I find bothersome, but i am pushing thru it. Thank u for a very detailed site. It’s helped me, and a coworker.

To Make Sure You Get the Best Rise: Make sure your baking powder and yeast are fresh. Let your egg whites come to room temperature before using. Cook for the recommended amount of time (and make sure your oven is properly calibrated). Measure all ingredients carefully (we recommend weighing the dry ingredients). Try to avoid the temptation to slice it while it's hot because this can cause the loaf to fall. 
Simply, this is a lovely bread recipe to have on hand no matter what. You will love this fluffy aromatic bread. Made with no yeast and in one bowl, it’s actually kind of unbelievable how tasty it is considering the usual process that goes into making bread. The end result is for everyone, and just so happens to be super low in carbs, gluten and grain-free!
because the recipes don’t mention quantities it’s hard to know how much it’s okay to eat of the carb foods. How much carbs is in those foods like kale, cauliflower, lettuce a.s.o. What about mushrooms ? Love to use them as a ‘filler’ instead of bread. Also hard to know how much is too much protein? Cheese, meat, bacon, yoghurt, tuna…. they all are full of protein.
I don’t see how this will be within the allowed protein retirements. I found this blog through the Senza app and have found most “meal plans” have a lot of protein and not enough fat. I should be eating 80g of protein a day. One string cheese is 6g and 2 eggs are 12g, plus the 25g protein per 6oz serving most meat contains. If I ate this 3 day start up plan, is be WAY over my protein and under on my fat. She even addressed that this isn’t a high protein diet but I don’t see how it’s not when almost every meal and stack contains at least 20g protein.
Hi Gigi, Low carb and keto is about the balance of macronutrients eaten (fat, protein and carbs), not specifically meat or lack thereof. Most people on keto do eat meat, though some people do vegetarian keto. Fat is actually necessary for many body processes. There is no issue for the kidneys with a high fat diet, but if you eat too much protein that isn’t great for the kidneys. It’s a common misconception that keto is high protein (it isn’t). Keto is great for diabetics as it naturally helps stabilize insulin. All of this being said, please know I’m not a doctor and you should consult your doctor on any medical questions or before starting any diet. If you have more questions that aren’t medical questions, I recommend our low carb & keto support group here.

So happy I found your site, out of all the keto sites I’ve clicked on yours is the best!! You actually give us a plan to get started and I love your humor :) I’ve tried living keto before but it was the diet along with a lot of supplements and nasty shakes…it wasn’t for me! I don’t like drinking my snacks and meals just to get into ketosis! Looking forward to trying this again and trying your recipes!
I really like this recipe and it's been a lifesaver for me. I'll use it for hot dogs and grilled cheese and sandwiches. I double all the ingredients and add about a third of a cup of almond flour. I spread it out on parchment paper and cut it up into pieces. It is ok if the batter is runny. You just spread it out thin on the parchment paper and it will rise and become a thin bread.
I've been hesitant about keto baking; seemed like a lot of work and I would just rather skip it all. However, I decided to make these for the first time for my Easter dinner. I was a little nervous since I had read that sometimes the batch will fail without really knowing why or I was afraid that maybe I over mixed or under cooked. But thankfully, it all worked out splendidly!

This recipe doesn't have a lot of flavor by itself which makes it great to use as sandwich bread. You can add a crunch by using different kinds of seeds. You can use poppy seeds, sesame or sunflower seeds or any other kind you like. Sprinkle it on the bread before you bake them. You can substitute flavored cream cheese, mascarpone cheese or full-fat Greek yogurt for the cream cheese. The first option will give you more flavor and the others more fluff, depending on what you're going for.

So, if you wanted to attempt to survive just on bread alone, it would need to be made with whole grains and probably a yeast/bacteria combination that’s been proven to ensure the proper combination and diversity of bacteria are there to break those whole grains down. Perhaps one of the best breads that achieve this is traditionally-made sourdough, which is created with a combination of yeast and lactobacilli, a type of bacteria. The fermentation process is slow, ensuring the nutrients inside the whole grains are exposed.
I’m Olivia Crouppen, Gemma’s Culinary Assistant and Bigger Bolder Baking’s resident alternative baker. You may have seen me in a few other Bigger Bolder Baking videos like Homemade Twix Bars and Gemma Eats: Disneyland Food. As a baker with a passion for creating sweet treats that cater to a variety of lifestyles from vegan to Keto and everything in between, I’m here to share with you my holistic twist on all of the classic sweets I can’t live without.

You’ll quickly find that salads are your friend when in ketosis, and for a good reason: they provide lots of food to fill you up, but they’re not going to bog you down. A bed of spinach with some red onion, bacon, a little tomato, and a hot sauce vinaigrette is quick and delicious. Add in some protein – perhaps that leftover salmon from day 1 – and you’ve got a complete, healthy lunch.
Consuming a diet consisting of just water and bread can also impair your vision. This is because neither water nor bread provide vitamin A. This vitamin is important for a wide array of functions, including maintaining the lining of your eyes that keeps out harmful bacteria. You may also experience night blindness, as a lack of vitamin A can dry out your eyes and cause damage to your cornea and retina.
Keep low-carb, high-fat dipping sauces, such as salad dressings and flavored mayonnaise, handy when you’re eating. They’re an easy way to boost your total fat—the second most important nutrient to track after net carb totals—and they add flavor and creamy satisfaction to many proteins and dinners, from grilled pork chops to lamb burgers. Now that you’re an expert on how to make the perfect keto diet menu, check out these unexpected health benefits of the keto diet.
So I was really excited to make this bread. Went and bought all the supplies. The bread didn’t come out good at all. The outside looked good but when I sliced it the center was still moist. So I put it back in the oven with the tented foil probably for another 30 to 45 and still most. I’m def bummed that I waisted a whole carton of eggs. Is there something I could’ve done wrong?
And good news for coffee addicts: you can still have your morning cup of joe. You’ll just need to adjust what you stir into it. Switch out flavored creamer for the real deal—full-fat heavy whipping cream, which has only 1 gram of carbs per tablespoon. If you want to give your java a jolt of sweet, stir in a low-carb sweetener that uses sugar alcohols. But if you can skip the sweet, even better. In time, you’ll retrain your palate to not crave a sugary start to the day. This is what everyone gets wrong about the keto diet.
Everyone’s protein requirements are different on a keto diet, and when you are just starting out it’s less important than getting adapted to less carbs – this kickstart is designed to get people into ketosis as quickly and painlessly as possible and it does that very well. If you want to customize for your own macros with less protein you can certainly do that. I am working on some new meal plans with even less protein that I’ll be rolling out in the next few weeks for more advanced keto dieters.
If you’re looking to get a jump start on your health and fitness goals this year, you may be thinking about trying the ketogenic diet. Maybe you’ve heard the phrase before — it’s a huge diet buzzword — but aren’t sure what it means. Here’s a primer: The ketogenic diet is an eating plan that drives your body into ketosis, a state where the body uses fat as a primary fuel source (instead of carbohydrates), says Stacey Mattinson, RDN, who is based in Austin, Texas.
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Bread is one of the foods that people miss most on keto – at least I know I did – and a loaf of almond flour bread is a great alternative. But, for a lot of folks, it’s quite a task to make, because you have to separate eggs, and whisk the whites to stiff peaks and so on. So, for those folks on the go, or those without ovens and those simply without the time or inclination to cook, this 90-second keto bread made in the microwave is the perfect solution. It’s literally as simple as mixing a few ingredients in a mug and popping it in the microwave. And in less than two minutes you have a keto friendly bread, almost as easy as putting bread in the toaster.
This bread looks amazingly awesome and I will be trying it soon, but with a gluten free psyllium husk brand. I just wanted to point out that J Robb’s Psyllium Husk package declares the presence of WHEAT. Read the label listed on his website. Using his Psyllium Husk would make the bread NOT gluten free. It also states that it has a multitude of other allergens and possibly all of them are in a package at the same time. Just a heads up.
Keto diets are high in healthy fats and protein also tend to be very filling, which can help reduce overeating of empty calories, sweets and junk foods. (4) For most people eating a healthy low-carb diet, it’s easy to consume an appropriate amount of calories, but not too many, since things like sugary drinks, cookies, bread, cereals, ice cream or other desserts and snack bars are off-limits.
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This way of eating has made me feel better in so many ways. I just had such a craving For the texture of cake or bread last night that I had a piece of cake and a sandwich wrap! I knew I had to find a way to satisfy that craving and considered eating a sandwich once a week. Now I can do it without too many carbs. Thanks for taking the time to make it come out right. No more carb BINGES for me.
Your body is going to be like an angry child having a tantrum – IT WANTS SUGAR AND CARBS NOW, but you aren’t going to give it any are you? ARE YOU??? Just like with children, the key is to distract, distract, distract (oooh shiny!). Give it something else desirable, (bacon, cheese, etc.) even if it isn’t what it really wants. Don’t give in thinking you’ll feel better if you just eat a little bit of carbs – there is no compromising!
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