No Eggs? No Worries. How to Bake WITHOUT EGGS. 11 Photos with Instructions

25 Mar

One common question we get is “How do you bake without eggs and still have it taste good?”  This is the exact process we used for our Vegan Banana Muffins

Whether you choose not to eat eggs or are panicked because you started a baking process and are without eggs, this is a great way of replacing them in a healthy way.

To replace one egg:
1 tablespoon ground flaxseeds
3 tablespoons warm water

Just so you know, flax seed may be kept in a sealed tight container in the refrigerator, just like eggs, but lucky for you, they stay fresh MUCH longer!  Also, it is MUCH LESS expensive than buying eggs at the store or raising your own chickens.  😉

TiV Keep Flax Seeds in your Refrigerator Sealed

We don’t use eggs so this is the perfect spot for us to keep our flax!

Pour Flax Seeds in Coffee Grinder or High Powered Blender

Pour Flax Seeds in Coffee Grinder or High Powered Blender

Ground Flax Meal.  If some seeds don't grind, no worries, it gives your dish some character ;)

Ground Flax Meal. If some seeds don’t grind, no worries, it gives your dish some character 😉

Here is a close up of the Flax Meal which can also be purchased already ground up in stores.

Here is a close up of the Flax Meal which can also be purchased already ground up in stores.

Scoop out one full TBSP of Flax Meal

Scoop out one full TBSP of Flax Meal

Dump Flax Meal in Small Bowl

Dump Flax Meal in Small Bowl

Measure 3 TBSP of WARM water

Measure 3 TBSP of WARM water

Pour warm water into bowl with flax mixture

Pour warm water into bowl with flax mixture

Grab whisk, fork or mini blender

Grab whisk, fork or mini blender

Blend until the mixture thickens

Blend until the mixture thickens

Flax mixture is ready when it thickens into an egg-like consistency

Flax mixture is ready when it thickens into an egg-like consistency

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4 Responses to “No Eggs? No Worries. How to Bake WITHOUT EGGS. 11 Photos with Instructions”

  1. mydearbakes March 26, 2013 at 8:36 am #

    Oh my, this looks brilliant! =D

  2. ethnic vegan April 6, 2013 at 12:21 pm #

    This is a terrific post because this is one of the greatest challenges faced by new vegans: how to veganize old favorite baked recipes and remove the eggs. Thanks for this!

    • Try it Vegan April 7, 2013 at 10:58 pm #

      We appreciate your comment! It’s all about helping each other out and that’s what we are all about 🙂

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