I Tried Finding the Best Egg Replacer | HACKED | Egg Replacers Tested in Baking | The Edgy Veg

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Today I am going to show you how different egg replacers affect my favourite cookie recipe. Let’s find out how The Vegan Egg, standard egg replacer and flax eggs perform in the same cookie recipe. Let’s see how it affects taste, texture and as a binder. THEN let’s see what other baked goods these egg replacer would be good for.

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Aquafaba is the thick liquid that results from soaking or cooking legumes, such as chickpeas, in water for an extended period of time. It’s the translucent liquid you get when you open a can of chickpeas. And, in vegan cooking, it’s become very popular for making meringues, used in baking, and even mixing whiskey sours without any eggs.

The Vegan Egg is a multi purpose egg replacer created by Follow Your Heart. You can use it to replace eggs in baking, as a binder is most recipes, or as a substitute for scrambled eggs.

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8 thoughts on “I Tried Finding the Best Egg Replacer | HACKED | Egg Replacers Tested in Baking | The Edgy Veg

  1. Just a thing to remember, eggs also have fat in them, so if you’re using a non-vegan recipe, you may need to add a bit more oil/vegan spread/etc. to get the same texture…

  2. Yes! I want to do a huge test using everything! Flax, chia, aquafaba, applesauce, vinegar and I cant even think of what else

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