Keto Cloud Bread – Low Carb Burger Buns
Cloud bread is a great substitute for bread on the ketogenic diet. The term “cloud” comes from the fact that its quite light and fluffy tasting, which comes from the egg whites being mixed and folded into the rest of the recipe.
It is seriously a good burger bun or even an Asian bao bun! I have used cheese and ham in the photo above, but you can pretty much put whatever toppings on it you like.
Cloud bread is a staple recipe for the ketogenic diet. There are many kinds of different bread substitutes, but if you’re looking for something light and fluffy like white bread, then these are your go-to recipe.
Ideally, on a ketogenic diet you would be edging more towards whole foods and mixed vegetables, but sometimes all you want is something easy to take to work or to have a sandwich and feel like a normal person again.
Do Eggs Contain Good or Bad Fats?
One large egg has around 5g of fat. About 3g of that fat comes from healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, or MUFAs and PUFAs. Monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats help protect your heart by regulating cholesterol levels. These fats may also help reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes by helping to regulate insulin levels, which stabilises your blood sugar.
An Egg A Day Keeps The Doctor Away… If you’re a good shot!
You can read more about the ketogenic diet in the post at the bottom of this page. It outlines how fats are not the culprit they were once made out to be. Fats combined with high carbohydrate diets, however, can cause issues as the body loses its ability to burn fat once there is plenty of carbohydrate energy available to burn.
I hope you like this recipe!
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