Another day I was wondering why this bread is called Oopsie bread…
But then as I was making it, I noticed the recipe is so simple that you just beat some eggs and, at the end, your reaction can only be “Oopsie, I got some bread”!
Bad jokes aside, you may have heard other names for this famous low carb bread, such as cloud bread, zero carb bread, and flatbread.
The name itself doesn’t matter, what is important here is to know that such simple recipe exists and deserves a try!
It’s also possible to freeze them; I do it every now and then and it works beautifully.
120 grams of cream cheese
½ teaspoon of psyllium husk powder
½ teaspoon of baking powder
A pinch of salt
Separate the egg whites from the egg yolks, placing them in two different bowls.
Whip egg whites with a pinch of salt until very stiff. You know it’s ready when you are able to turn the bowl upside down without the egg whites moving.
In another bowl, mix egg yolks and cream cheese. Then add psyllium husk powder and baking powder.
Gently fold the egg whites into the egg yolk mix, trying to keep the air in the egg whites.
On a baking tray covered with parchment paper, pour the mix making 6 large circles.
Bake it at 150C (300F) for 25 minutes or until golden. ⏰
In a blender add olive oil, milk, egg, salt, and parmesan cheese. Then mix until well combined.
Once combined, add the tapioca flour in three steps (½ cup each) until all of the tapioca flour has been added.
Mix well on high, scraping down the sides of the blender so that everything is nicely blended.
Grease a mini muffin tin and pour the batter in, leaving some space unfilled as they will raise considerably.
Bake them at 200C (400F) for 20 minutes or until they are light golden brown.
It’s done! 🎉
Did you know? The brazilian cuisine has a variety of dishes and snacks; some of them very popular in a particular region of the country, while completely uncommon in other parts. Cheese Puffs, for example, are more frequently found in the Eastern Central area of the country, mainly in the state of Minas Gerais and its capital, Belo Horizonte.
These Cauliflower buns are super light and perfect for having on that occasional burger night!
Yes, once again cauliflowers proving how versatile they’re! I honestly believe cauliflowers are working their way to conquer the world and make us their slaves. They already got me!
Jokes apart, these lovely buns are also a great low carb bread alternative, with only 5 grams of net carbs in each bun! How about having a guilt-free burger tonight with these buns? I’m quite sure your family will love the idea.
Split the dough into 4 equal pieces. Give each piece a gentle squeeze to extract any liquid excess.
Then, shape each one of them in a ball, like a burger bun.
Place buns in a baking tray covered with parchment paper.
Bake them in a preheated oven at 180C (356F) for 1 hour or until they are set through and golden brown.
It’s done! Time to assemble that monster burger everyone would die for. 😂
Did you know? According to the Better Health channel, from the Australian government, cauliflower is a great food to be consumed with relative frequency. Naturally fat-free and low in sugar, cauliflowers are an excellent source of vitamin C, also high in dietary fibre and folate.