Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Bakes: Cinnamon Cloud Roll

Wow. Wow. Wow. 

This hit the spot. I was looking for a guilt free, clean treat and boy was I happy I put this together!


Do you see that? Do you realize that is a dinner plate? 
Yup. A dinner plate sized cinnamon roll with zero guilt attached!

This recipe can be looked at as three separate recipes. 
This recipe starts with cloud "bread" its a zero carb, clean bread alternative.
Once you learn the basic recipe, you can make the batch size as big or as little as you want or alter it like I did here by adding the cinnamon paste filling and frosting!



CINNAMON CLOUD ROLL
Makes 1 Large or 3 Small

2 eggs, separated
pinch of sea salt
2 oz cream cheese
1 packet Stevia in the Raw
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

Cinnamon Roll Paste:
1 1/2 tablespoons butter
1/2 tablespoon cinnamon
2 packets Stevia in the Raw

Frosting:
3 oz cream cheese
2 tablespoons whole milk
1 packet Stevia in the Raw

Preheat oven to 350.


Whip eggs whites and sea salt until peaks form, and bowl can be flipped and whites do not fall out. Combine cream cheese, yolks, stevia and cinnamon until smooth ( I use my Magic Bullet!). Gently fold peaks and yolk mixture together. You want to combine without deflating the whites. Spread mixture onto a greased cookie sheet (use good old fashioned real butter!)


Create a paste using butter, cinnamon and stevia. Put paste into a plastic baggie. I actually mixed my paste right in the bag! No need to dirty another bowl! Cut the tip off. 


Swirl on top of your egg mixture.

Bake 14-17 minutes. Make your frosting! Mix ingredients together until smooth. 
Let Cloud Roll cool a few minutes before adding frosting, or frosting will melt.



NOTES: 
This is a large amount of frosting. You only need about 1/3 of the amount for one batch of the Cinnamon Cloud Roll. Can freeze remaining frosting for another day.

Cinnamon Cloud Roll will freeze too, just freeze separate from the frosting. Let thaw, add frosting.

Looking for a crunchier version, toast cinnamon roll before adding frosting! Yum!