How to Make Gluten-Free Low Carb Bread | Oopsie Rolls Recipe

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Serving suggestion: Oopsie Rolls with Salmon and Cream Cheese

If you’re gluten-free, or are on a low-carb diet, or diabetic, then bread is one of those things that you can often really miss. Many of the gluten free or low-carb bread substitutes taste pretty awful, and are much more expensive. Oopsie Rolls are my secret “go-to”, when I really fancy bread, but I’m cutting down on my carbs.

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Oopsie Rolls are great, but they don’t exactly taste like bread. Think of them more as a bread alternative, in the same way that you might use crackers, or a tortilla wrap instead. They’re very light and airy, and taste more similar to a pancake or very spongy bread.

Oopsie Rolls are moist and very delicate…so, if you have a lot of filling, it can get a little messy and drop everywhere. 🙂  They’re also a little too fragile to spread on, but are perfect to sandwich a burger or chicken breast.

This recipe calls for a little skill at making stiff egg-whites (something I’m not very blessed with), so you may need to call in someone who can help with that part 🙂

  • Time to prepare and cook: 30 minutes.
  • Makes: 8 rolls (about the size of a burger bun)

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Gluten-Free and Low-Carb Bread — Oopsie Rolls Recipe

Ingredients

  • 3 large eggs (or 4 medium eggs)
  • 100 grams (31/2 oz) of full-fat cream cheese
  • 1/t cream of tartar
  • 1/t salt
    #teaspoon
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Keep your bowl and whisk clean when making stiff egg white peaks

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Directions

  1. Pre-heat the oven: 150°C / 300°F
  2. Put baking parchment on a non-stick baking tray
  3. Separate the egg whites and put them in a clean bowl, with the cream of tartar (I’m really not great at this part…if you accidentally get any yolk in, then you need to start again with new eggs and another clean bowl)
  4. Using a clean whisk, whip the egg whites until they can create firm, stiff peaks; if you’ve done it right, then when you tilt the bowl (or turn it upside down), the mixture should remain stuck
  5. Get another bowl, and cut the cream cheese into cubes, then whisk with the egg yolks and salt
  6. Next, carefully fold the egg white mixture into the yolk mixture, using a spatula…fold in only 1 or 2 scoops of of the whites at a time, rather than all at once; you’re aiming to keep the mixture aerated, so don’t stir!
  7. Place 8 evenly-sized blobs onto your baking parchment
  8. Carefully flatten them with your spatula, so they resemble cookies; and keep them at least half an inch apart, otherwise they’ll join together as they cook
  9. Put in the oven for 20-25 minutes until they turn golden (but not brown)
  10. Once cooked, allow them to cool for a few minutes, then transfer to a wire cake rack to finish cooling
  11. They’re very moist and delicate, so this is to allow some of the moisture to evaporate.

Enjoy!  If you have any left over, then once they’re cold you can store them in the fridge. Avoid putting them in an airtight tub, otherwise they go soggy.

I prefer to eat them freshly made, and slightly warm, but not hot.

Serving Suggestions

As a bun for a burger, is an obvious one.  I quite enjoy them with some smoked salmon and cream cheese.

You could also go sweet, and put a little stevia in the mix, then eat with strawberries and whipped cream 🙂 Yummy!

Nutrition

Number of rolls: 8

Nutrition per roll
Calories: 63
Protein: 4g
Total Fat: 5g
Total Carbohydrate: 0g
  —Fibre: 0g
  —Sugar: 0g
Net Carbs: 0g

There are only 3g Carbs in the entire batch.

Let me know what you think of this Gluten-Free Low-Carb Bread — please leave me a Comment in the box below. Thanks

George

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