There are many different egg replacements available for use in different ways. From commercially made products specific for purpose to byproducts of other baking & cooking necessities; the options are plentiful. Some are listed below with instructions on how to use and the best uses.
Chia seeds
Use one tablespoon of chia seeds & three tablespoons of water for each egg required.
Mix together and let stand for 15 minutes, till forms a jelly like consistency.
Perfect for use in savoury baking & smoothies.

Ground flax seed
Use one tablespoon of flax seeds & three tablespoons of water for each egg required.
Blend together until it forms a thick, creamy, egg like consistency.
Best for use in savoury baking recipes.

Bannana
Use half a ripe banana for each egg required.
Mash until smooth and puréed.
Good for use in baking including recipes such as brownies & cookies.

Aquafaba
Aquafaba is the leftover juice from tinned chickpeas.
Use three tablespoons for each egg required.
Whisk until light and fluffy.
Perfect for use in vegan meringue recipes.

Egg replacement powder
Commercial shop bought egg replacement powders.
Brands include Orgran No Egg & Vegg Powder.
Use as directed on packaging.
Best for use in cooking and baking, not suitable for scrambled egg.

Agar Agar
Use one tablespoon of agar agar & three tablespoons of boiling water for each egg required.
Mix and leave to set at room temperature.
Good for use in sauces and savoury cooking.

Nut Butters
Such as Peanut, Almond and Cashew.
Use three tablespoons for each egg required.
Best for use in baking where no rise is needed i.e cookies & savoury recipes such as burgers.

Silken Tofu
Purée with a blender until smooth.
Use a quarter cup of purée per egg required.
Good for use in cakes, brownies and any sweet recipes that require moisture.

Baking soda & vinegar
Use one teaspoon of baking soda & one tablespoon of vinegar to each egg required.
Mix together until combined.
Great for use in cakes, muffins and other recipes that require a fluffy texture.

I hope you find these helpful. I love baking and you don’t have to miss out on your favourite recipe because it contains egg! What’s your favourite thing to cook or bake? Let me know in the comments below x

5 thoughts on “This recipe needs eggs?!

  1. Helen

    A great list, thank you!
    Have you found anything that makes pastry go a lovely golden brown and crisp? I find tarts and pies are left a very pale anaemic colour so been trying things to change this!

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