No Eggs? No problem!

Have you ever been out of eggs in the middle of making some cookies or other favorite recipe? Well, no need to fret. If the recipe only calls for 1 or 2 eggs, you can just add a few tablespoons of water or milk. You can easily substitute common items you have on hand from the pantry also.

empty-egg-cartonHave you ever been out of eggs in the middle of making some cookies or other favorite recipe? Well, no need to fret. If the recipe only calls for 1 or 2 eggs, you can just add a few tablespoons of water or milk. You can easily substitute common items you have on hand from the pantry also.

For each egg, substitute one of the following:

As a binder:

1/4 cup apple sauce or mashed banana

As leavening agent:
1 tablespoon cornstarch mixed with 3 tablespoons cold water

~Heather in the Kitchen

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  1. I have also used mayonnaise as a substitute for eggs in baking. I know it sounds gross but it works some of the first ingredients in mayo are eggs! Substitute about 1-tablespoon mayo per egg needed.

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