I got both of the recipes for this from two different sources. The first part is the "bread" or puff part. They are called Oopsie Rolls from www.yourlighterside.com
I changed it up a bit though, because they made theirs to use as buns & I wanted mine for sweets. These have less than one carb & no sugar in them so if you leave out the sweet ingredients, you can use them for hamburgers or sandwiches!
Here is what you need for my version:
2 tablespoons of cream cheese
1/8 teaspoon cream of tartar
1/2 package of sweetener
sugar free vanilla syrup (optional)
First, separate the yolks from the whites & put them in separate bowls.
Add the cream cheese, sweetener, and about 2 tablespoons of syrup to the yolks:
Mix well with a mixer:
It should be creamy when you are finished:
Add the cream of tartar to the whites:
Beat with the mixer until fluffy:
Carefully fold the whites into the yolks:
This is going to be super runny & you're going to wonder how this will make a bread like substance, but don't worry, it will! :0)
Using a large spoon, spoon some of the mixture onto parchment paper onto a cookie sheet. (I fill two cookie sheets)
Bake at 300* for 30 minutes & you get these yummy puffs!
If you have left over, store in a loosely open bag, otherwise they get mushy.
For the cream part, I found this yummy recipe on www.sugarfreelikeme.com
You need 2 cups of heavy whipping cream (so there are some calories in this, just no sugar & low carb) & a small box of sugar free/fat free instant pudding. The first time I made this I used vanilla, but the kids wanted to try chocolate this time.
Whip the pudding & cream together with a mixer until it is think & creamy:
Place the cream on top of the puff & enjoy!
While I think I like the vanilla better, the kids said they loved the chocolate.
(You can also freeze the cream/pudding & it will be more of an ice cream consistency!)
There are calories obviously, but this is a great treat for me since there are hardly any carbs & no sugar! :0)