What are ‘Cloud Eggs’ and how do we make them?
Because they look downright delicious
These air-light creations look like delicious, buttery ricotta cheese tarts, but they’re actually a lot healthier than that.
The full, fluffed-up finish is a result of separating the yolk from the white, beating the egg white into a ‘cloud’ of froth using a whisk, then baking it for 5-8 minutes. The egg yolk is added back in toward the end of the baking to complete the pretty and healthy little breakfast morsel.
Type in the hashtag #cloudeggs on Instagram and you’ll get lost in the googy goodness. Honestly, you could lose a work day.
These very sunny whipped eggs look like an absolute delight to eat and we need to wake up to them tomorrow.
From: Elle Australia