LCHF or Keto diet and miss that bun on your burger? Sick of just eating meat without a starch to accompany it? Here’s the solution. Oopsie Rolls / Bread. Of course it’s not the same as bread, but I find it a reasonable and quick substitute. These rolls/bread was created (not by me) by accident, hence the name of it. Use it as a replacement for foods that you would normally have with bread such as, hotdogs, burgers, sandwiches or wraps. You can even use it as a dessert like swiss rolls, pancakes or crepes. However, there are better keto friendly dessert recipes other than this. The texture of these rolls/bread is like an overly fluffed up scramble egg. Very soft, spongy, delicate and tear very easily. It’s best to eat the rolls/bread the day you make it. This is a very simple recipe and you probably already have the ingredients on hand. Psyllium husk is optional but it is a good edition as it is a source of soluble dietary fiber and it gives you a full feeling. It also does not affect the taste of the rolls/bread. Be sure to drink lots of fluids when using psyllium husk. Also, if you do not know about psyllium husk, research it well before using it. It can be bought in any health stores, reformhaus, or amazon. Recipe from DietDoctor.
- 3 Eggs, medium (separated)
- 100 grams / 3½ oz Cream Cheese
- ½ teaspoon Baking Powder
- ½ Tablespoon Psyllium Husk Powder (optional)
- To Taste Salt
- Pre-heat oven to 150°C (300°F). Line a baking tray with parchment paper.
- Have 2 bowls ready. Separate eggs. White in one bowl and yolk in the other.
- Take the bowl with yolk. Add cream cheese and whisk till frothy and fully combined (no more clumps).
- Mix in baking powder and psyllium husk powder if using. Set aside.
- Using a hand mixer/stand mixer, whip up egg whites till it reaches stiff peaks. It should be able to not fall/drop when you turn the bowl upside down and shake.
- Gently fold in egg yolk mixture into the egg whites. Be very gentle with it as you do not want to deflate the egg whites.
- Once fully mixed, scoop out mixture onto baking tray. 6 big ones or 8 small ones.
- Bake for 25 minutes.
- Conversion Table
- For more nutritional information, please visit my Yummly page and scroll to the bottom of the recipe.
- If you are using MyFitnessPal app to count calories, first copy the recipe URL then go to MyFitnessPal app to Recipes, select Create a New Recipe, then Add from the Web. Paste the URL, match ingredients and that’s it!
- Always match ingredients to the ones you use. Ingredient nutritional facts differ depending on brand.
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