Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Rosemary Cloud Bread- NO Carbs!



I've had my eye on this recipe for awhile. It's from Body Rebooted. I'm trying to eat healthy so this fits into my new lifestyle.

My little rosemary plant which traveled from NY to this location is thriving. I was shocked when we arrived in October to see how much it had grown! Fresh rosemary at my fingertips.

I had dried in the cabinet but wanted to snip the fresh rosemary and dry it in the oven. Rinse the rosemary well in cold water to remove any remaining dirt or debris. Pat dry with paper towel or use a salad spinner to remove moisture. Pick off any withered leaves or woody stems.

Place the leaves on a large cookie sheet and bake for 2 hours in a 200  degree  oven. Give it a toss after an hour. 


Remove cookie sheet from oven and allow to cool. Crush the leaves. I stored leftover leaves in  small clean jar.

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Ingredients:

3 large eggs- separated

1/4 teaspoon Cream of Tarter

3 tablespoon cream cheese 

1 teaspoon honey


dried rosemary

Directions:

Preheat oven to 300 degrees F

Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.

Separate the eggs. Place yolks in a medium size bowl, whites in a larger bowl.

Mix the 3 yolks, cream cheese, honey until well blended.

Add cream of tarter to the egg whites and beat until stiff peaks form.

Gently fold yolk mixture into the egg whites. I used a tablespoon to drop the combined mixture onto the prepared cookie sheet.

Sprinkle crushed rosemary on top.


Bake for 25 minutes. 

Remove from oven and allow to cool. 

Note: This are as light as a cloud and really, really good. I stored them in a container with a lid in the fridge. They didn't last long :-)

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69 comments:

  1. I just saw this recipe somewhere else. Might have been on FB. I didn't read it, tho I did read this one. It sounds like it has lots of egg taste to it. I am not a fan of eggs, so not sure if this would be for me. It looks so pretty and you are just so talented with the rosemary drying. I know fresh herbs are so much more flavorful, but I will stick to my dried. I don't use much of anything anymore. My days of cooking have gone away. I do love reading your posts, they are so interesting.

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    1. I saved this recipe and I knew I had to make it. Love that I have rosemary that is doing so well!

      hugs,
      Linda

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  2. I stick to a pretty healthy diet, except for bread. And more bread. I really like bread, lol. I'm willing to give this a try! Now, if only I could get a rosemary bush to survive. :)

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    1. We had a heavy frost last week in Northern Florida. With temps in the 20's I was shocked that the Rosemary survived!

      Thanks for stopping by Jenny.

      hugs,
      Linda

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  3. You know, I've been SO tempted to try these....now that I know you have, I'm gonna give them a whirl. I planted rosemary a couple years ago and it did NOTHING. I don't know what the heck I did wrong. I love my fresh cut herbs and miss them during the winter. I wish I had a nice sunny window, I'd load it up with small pots of parsley, basil and a few other herbs so I could use fresh all year long. I do buy Italian parsley and cilantro fresh because those are the herbs I use most. I froze my basil from the garden...good to drop in a pot of spaghetti sauce or soup.

    Thanks Linda-can't wait to give these a try-they look delicious!

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    1. Now your bread- super yum! Wait till your post goes up on Thursday!

      hugs,
      Linda

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  4. YUM!!!! I wish I could try them (dairy-free) but they look AWESOME!

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    1. I was a little piggy and ate more then I should of but they were calling my name!

      Thanks for stopping by GiGi

      hugs,
      Linda

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  5. They are pretty and look delicious. I love cream cheese & rosemary. Thanks Linda. perfect for brunch!

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  6. This looks delicious! Of course I want to stay with your party! (Shameless plug) please join me at Wonderful Wednesday and Thursday Favorite Things. They are new to me and I could really use some linkers! Thank you for sharing at #overthemoon! Pinned and shared.

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    1. I'll be at the parties Marilyn!

      hugs,
      Linda

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  7. Thanks for test driving this, Linda! It's been on my to try list for some time. I'm a carb-aholic and this just might be the ticket trying to cut back.

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  8. Thanks so much for this recipe. Do you know how many carbs are in one? I count my carbs and try not to go over 20 per day.

    Mary

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    1. I looked it up for you Mary-

      https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-calories.asp?recipe=2139292

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  9. I've got to try these. They look so good..

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    1. another healthy one for you Dottie!

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  10. Hello Linda, wow this looks so good and no carbs.
    Thanks for sharing this recipe at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.

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  11. Oh, I am avoiding carbs so this sounds like something I need to try.

    Thanks for Sharing Your Cup!

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  12. This looks delicious! I've never heard of cloud bread, but with no carbs that means I can eat more (-; Pinning!

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    1. They are so light and yummy. Hope you enjoy them!

      hugs,
      Linda

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  13. I'm going to have to try this! I will not believe it until I try it. LOL. Sounds delicious!
    Lisa

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    1. I'm the same Lisa. I look at reviews and people rave about a recipe. There have been some that I wonder if I was making the same recipe!~

      hugs,
      Linda

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  14. Looks great and no carbs. Thanks for sharing on #overthemoon

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    1. Thanks Jennifer. I made then again and added rosemary to the mixture plus the sprinkle on top.

      Thanks for stopping by.
      Hugs,
      Linda

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  15. Looking forward to trying this recipe! Thanks for sharing on Brag About It! I'll be featuring your recipe at next weeks party! Hope you can join us :)
    ~Laurie

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  16. This sounds interesting! I may have to try this, I'm *trying* to cut down on the carbs. Okay, I'm failing at trying to cut down on the carbs. Thanks for sharing your recipe with us at #MMBH! We always enjoy seeing you there. :)
    XOXO

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    1. Story of my life also, I cut back and then I see something that I'm going to have "just a bite" and you know what happens next!

      This recipe I didn't have to worry about it, I grabbed as many as I wanted.

      Your party is on my to keep list, I love coming to the party.

      hugs,
      Linda

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  17. Shelby@the Weahered Barn StudioFriday, February 19, 2016

    Ohhhhh, these sound YUMMMM ! A ' must try "...I adore things that are light as a cloud and scrumptious to the palate...thank you for sharing this recipe !

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    1. Shelby @ The Weathered Barn StudioFriday, February 19, 2016

      * Weathered Barn Studio * Oh Lord, I cant spell today ! LOL

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    2. Thanks Shelby-Hope you like them.

      Have a great weekend.

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  18. I SO want to try these! I've seen them everywhere! Pinned! :)

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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    1. Hi Jess,

      Hope you enjoy them.

      hugs,
      Linda

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  19. wow I can't believe that this has no carbs! I have to try it out, thanks for sharing :)

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    1. yeah, wasn't sure how they would taste but they were really good.

      BTW- I have some good avocado recipes coming up on the blog soon. Hope you come back to visit.

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  20. Hard to believe there are no carbs. These look great! Thanks for sharing at My Flagstaff Home!

    Jennifer

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    1. Thanks for stopping by!

      hugs,
      Linda

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  21. Anything with cream cheese, I'm in! Come link these up at #WelcomeHomeWednesdays! 7 blogs, I awesome party!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by!


      Hugs,
      Linda

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    1. It was! Hope you give it a try.

      hugs,
      Linda

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  23. Apparently really good for those like me who have had weight loss surgery.

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    1. Suzi- they are really light. Hope you like them.

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  24. Rosemary cloud bread looks delicious, as it is without carbs that make double delicious. Thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. pinning and tweeting.

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    1. Thanks for the pin and tweet.

      Hug,
      Linda


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  25. this is obviously a popular choice judging from all the comments! I love it when you discover and share something that others can't wait to try! Thanks for sharing on our #OverTheMoon link up ~ Leanne

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    1. Thanks for stopping by!

      hugs,
      Linda

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  26. Gotta try these, especially since I'm on a lowcarb diet right now. Pinned the photo to remind me to make these soon. Thanks!

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    1. Hope you like them Ginger.

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  27. Thanks Linda for sharing this recipe at Cooking & Crafting with J & J and we are so happy to have featured you this week. We hope you can join us again. Enjoy the week.
    Julie xo

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    1. Thanks SO much Julia! You know I always try to comment but I don't see the comment link thus I couldn't thank you on Cooking & Crafting with J&J!

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  28. Nice ideas! I love adding rosemary to breads. Will have to try this. Thanks for sharing it on the #HomeMattersParty

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    1. My little rosemary tree is getting so big I need to give it a trim! Need any fresh rosemary- lol!

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  29. I added this to my list of things I "must try" list, Linda! Thank you so much for sharing your Rosemary Cloud Bread at Weekend Potluck! Great recipe!

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    1. Thanks Mary. I love finding new and different ones.

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  30. Yum! I've never tried a bread like this before! It looks good...I will now! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday!! Hope to see you again tomorrow! Pinned!

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    1. Elaine- you know I'm always at the party!

      hugs,
      Linda

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  31. Hi Linda - Oh, this is such an interesting idea! I don't much like rosemary, but I think you could use other herbs perhaps? Thanks so much for sharing with the Let's Get Real party.

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    1. Gayne- I don't see why not. Italian seasoning I bet would be really good.

      Do you have fresh rosemary in your yard? I think the fresh dried is so much better tasting then the stuff in the jar. It's just my opinion but as long as I can grow fresh I'll dry it.

      Hope you check out some of my other recipes.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  32. I love rosemary, and these sound awesome! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday. :)

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    1. Hope you enjoy them Dee

      Hugs,
      Linda

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  33. What a neat recipe Linda! Thank you for sharing it on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! :)

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  34. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Enjoy your week and your new Red Plate!
    Miz Helen

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