Fluffy Baked Egg Clouds


Since I am trying to get healthier and cut back on carbs and fat in a bid to lose weight, I have been testing out new breakfast ideas. I remembered seeing a pic of these fluffy baked egg clouds somewhere and decided to give them a try. Eggs are a perfect breakfast food since they are full of protein, low carb and they’re a healthy choice.

Baked fluffy egg clouds on a plate

They also fill you up until lunchtime so I was happy to try some new egg recipes, as I was getting a bit bored of eating scrambled, poached or fried. Having cut back on bread completely, I was missing it a bit and figured the fluffy baked egg clouds might substitute the bread with my morning egg.

They are easy to make and only take around 20 minutes altogether. You might eat two and that’s enough to fill you up. I made 4 so that my 3 year old and toddler could try them too. They loved them too!

One egg makes one egg cloud so all you have to do I separate the eggs and keep the yolks aside. Whip up the whites and make clouds, then place the yoke in carefully and voilà.

Fluffy Baked Egg Clouds

A light and fluffy, yet filling healthy breakfast. A different way to eat your eggs in the morning. How do you like your eggs in the morning? I like mine in a cloud...

Course Breakfast
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 4 eggs


  • 4 eggs separated
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 pinch pepper
  • 1/4 cup parmesan grated


  1. Once the yolks are separated place them in a bowl and set aside.

  2. Beat the egg whites until forming stiff peaks.

  3. Line a baking tray with baking paper and heat the oven to 200°

  4. Fold the parmesan into the egg white mixture. Place spoonfuls of the egg white mix on the baking paper and create a well in the middle of each for the egg yolks. (See pic for example). Bake those in the oven for 3-5mins until browning around the edges.

  5. With a large spoon, remove each egg yolk and carefully place inside the wells of the egg white clouds. Season with salt and pepper.

  6. Once that is done, pop the baking tray in the middle of the oven for around 10 mins until the egg has no filmy liquid left on top.

  7. If you still see some clear liquid, then pop it back in for another minute or 2.

  8. Enjoy immediately 🙂

Whipped egg whites and separated yolks              Egg whites and parmesan in bowl Egg clouds on baking tray

Baked egg clouds without yolks                Baked fluffy egg clouds finished on tray Pouring a yolk into the well of the egg cloud

Baked egg cloud closeup                 Finished fluffy egg cloud on heart shaped plate

Have you tried these fluffy baked egg clouds before? You can also add bacon bits for extra taste. I would love to hear if you have any other variations. Do tell!

If you enjoyed the recipe feel free to give me a rating. I love hearing your feedback.

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