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Egg Substitute: Baking Quick Tip from Cookies Cupcakes and Cardio



Need to-do some egg free baking? I’ve found that an easy substitute for eggs is an egg replacer powder.

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25 comments

  1. I use banana or oil depending on batter type , i try all organic ,, great for egg allergies.

  2. So grateful fo this video. There have been SO many time i didn't have eggs. I substituted it with vegetable oil. Was that a good idea? -Dani

  3. you can also replace eggs with flaxseed!! and it's also very good for your health!

  4. Isn't the point of a substitute to use things from around the kitchen that you already have?

  5. Can you use cornstarch and water

  6. Hi do you have any replacements which would be found easily as I live in England I cannot get hold of this thank you πŸ™‚

  7. I'm super happy to hear that! Thanks for watching πŸ™‚

  8. I love your videos and the baking quick tips! They have all been helpful to me

  9. What if you only need the egg whites

  10. Have you made a video about sugar substitutes? if not then it would be great if you could. πŸ™‚

  11. How does it work, how does it taste? Anyone tried it?

  12. It is made of cornstarch, potato starch and baking powder.

  13. At the Superstore..in the Gluten Free area πŸ™‚

  14. what exactly IS egg replacer?

  15. I stir it in and I put it in at the same time the regular eggs would have gone in.

  16. i made a gluten and egg free cake recently, and it didn't rise,
    at what point do you add the egg free replacer and do you whip it into the batter or stir it in? the box says not suitable for whipping – thanks

  17. I like your baking tips, but i canΒ΄t get of egg replacer
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  18. I mix some bicarb soda with apple sauce, works fantastically and you cant even taste the difference =]

  19. soda is an other good substitute i tried it before. it comes out quiet moist

  20. I have tried baking with egg replacer (egg substitute powder) here in the U.S. Each time I have followed the instructions closely with horrible results. My cakes didn't rise at all.

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