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Which Egg Substitute Do I Use?
Finding the right egg substitute for baking can be tricky. You have to know which substitute aligns with your baked goods.
No Fear, I have 10 options for you!
So many creative options are available that choosing the right one can be overwhelming. Hang tight; I created a list of my favorite diary-free egg substitutes.
Flax seeds mixed with water create a flax egg. Just mix 1 TBLS of flax seeds + 3 TBLS of warm water, wait five minutes and you have a flax egg!
Unflavored applesauce is my favorite ingredient when I want a moist texture, like cakes and muns. It makes everything perfectly moist, more so than eggs ever did!
Aquafaba is the chickpea brine (liquid) in canned chickpeas. It is a versatile egg replacer in almost any vegan baking recipe. I using it for making brownies!
Banana works similarly to applesauce; it adds moisture and sweetness to baked goods. Ripe bananas work best, but you can also use just past-ripe bananas.
Chia seeds work the same way as flax seeds. They create a gel substance that binds and creates a chia egg.
Packaged Egg Replacer
Packaged egg replacements are
made from potato starch, tapioca starch, leavening, and other ingredients.
Click here for the full list of the ten best vegan egg replacements and more vegan recipes from Sinful Kitchen.