Cloud bread is soft and fluffy - like a cloud! It's a great alternative to normal bread and it is gluten free. I like to top one 'slice' with peanut butter and banana, or fill them with your favourite sandwich filling. You can toast them after baking to warm them up.
I leave out the sugar which is how I have made them for years. They are wonderful as a sandwich bread for burgers, PB and J, etc. but you must use 2, one as a bottom and one as a top. I add garlic powder and other spices so they are savory and not sweet. - 07 Mar 2016 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I often find myself using allrecipes and reading about 100 or so reviews before I make something. I actually found this recipe on a different site before I found it here. Well the results were amazing!!!!! The recipe I followed was 3Tb cream cheese, 3 eggs, 1/4 tp distilled white vinegar (instead of cream of tartar) and Splenda. I mixed, I whipped, I folded, I scooped and I baked!!!! 300 for 30 mins. Came out PERFECT!!!! Reviews had suggested that I store it in a bag overnight but I was so excited to make and try it we are about half of them!!!! Now is the fun part to make again and find variations. I want to try garlic bread, make breadsticks or something. It should be fun!!! - 02 Apr 2016 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I've made this a couple different times when I was on a high protien, low carb, no sugar diet. Replace the sugar with truvia and bake it for about half as long as called for (15 min). Don't worry if the cream cheese doesn't completely incorporate, it will be fine once baked. Don't make this if you think it is going to taste like conventional bread, it just replaces if you need something to "hold" sloppy Joe or make a pp&j and can't have bread. Works great. Will mold if not used with a few days or so. Keep in the refrigerator. You can place in toaster if you want it to crisp up. - 24 Mar 2016 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)