Flax Seed Egg Replacer:
Purchase an inexpensive coffee grinder to use for grinding flax seeds or spices. Don’t use your regular coffee grinder unless you want everything to taste like coffee. This recipe makes enough flax powder for 4 “eggs.”
½ cup flax seeds
In a coffee grinder, process the flax seeds until powdered. Keep powder stored in refrigerator in a container with a tight fitting lid.
2 tbsp flax powder + 3 tbsp water = 1 egg
In a small bowl, combine all ingredients and allow to sit for 2-3 minutes before adding to baking.
* Whole flax seeds & ground flax seeds can be purchased in the health food section of the grocery store.
Tofu Egg Replacer
Remember to use soft or silken tofu as egg replacer.
¼ cup blended soft tofu = 1 egg
You can purchase Ener-G Powdered Egg Replacer in most health food stores.
1 ½ tsp + 2 tbsp water mixed well = 1 egg
Banana Egg Replacer
Not to be used in every recipe, bananas are a terrific egg substitute when you don’t mind adding a little tropical flavor to your baking.
½ banana, blended or well mashed = 1 egg
Apple Sauce Egg Replacer
Like bananas, apple sauce is a great egg replacer when you don’t mind having a little extra fruit flavor added.
3 tbsp apple sauce = 1 egg
Taken from: “La Dolce Vegan!” by Sarah Kramer