these eggless baking recipes for making breads and cakes if you're a
pure vegetarian or
vegan. You don't have to deprive yourselves of tasty treats just
because you don't eat eggs! In fact, these breads and cakes are so
delicious that even egg-eaters won't know the difference.
high levels of saturated fat and cholesterol, so if you eat eggs but
want to reduce
your consumption of eggs for health reasons, these eggless recipes
provide a wonderful and healthy alternative.
You don't need to attend any baking schools for making these delicious
cakes and pastries.
If you know what egg
substitutes to use, eggless baking can be quite
Egg substitutes help give baked goodies similar texture and
that eggs do. However, to get good results when baking with egg
important to understand the role eggs play in the recipe and choose the
egg replacements accordingly. Eggs act as binders, leavening/rising
agents, or as moistening agents.
For recipes requiring binders, you can use arrowroot, soy,
potato starch or cornstarch powders, pureed fruits and vegetables,
silken tofu, or the vegetarian gelatin - agar
requiring leavening or rising agents,
you can use baking
soda, baking powder, yogurt or buttermilk, or egg-replacement powders
such as Ener-G Egg Replacer, potato starch, arrow-root powder, and whole wheat flour.
For recipes requiring moisteners, use mashed fruits, fruit
juice, milk, or water.
Adding extra vegetable oil along with baking soda and baking powder
in getting the texture right.
Here are some egg to egg replacement ratios for your baking
For 1 egg, you can, for
example, substitute one of