Looking For Powdered Egg Replacement Recipe

I am looking for an egg replacement recipe. I don't mean like Egg Beaters, which are a liquid, but a powdered egg replacement that could be used in baking.

Linda from Alamo, TX

May 30, 20080 found this helpful



Egg Replacer

I found this powdered egg product in the health food section of a large grocery store. Also contact a health food store in your area and see if they carry this product.

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May 30, 20080 found this helpful

You can buy this product at most larger Health Food Stores. I lived for many years off & on without electricity, so I kept a box of this stuff in my cupboard just in case I needed it & my friend always baked with this stuff because her daughter was allergic to eggs. You usually use 1 teaspoon of the power for each egg you are replacing.

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May 31, 20080 found this helpful

You can also use one heaping Tbs of soy flour and 1 Tbs of water in place of an egg for baking.

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May 31, 20080 found this helpful

I use Flax seed as an egg replacer. 1 Tablespoon of Flax seed, plus 3 tablespoons of water equals one egg.

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May 31, 20080 found this helpful

I use Flax seed as an egg replacer. 1 tablespoon of Flax seed, plus 3 tablespoons of water equals 1 egg.

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May 31, 20080 found this helpful

Flax seed is a very good way to get omega-3 into your diet so as those above me have said that is what I use. Grind the seeds in a coffee grinder then add the water.

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June 2, 20080 found this helpful

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Powdered Egg Conversion Chart, Powdered Egg Omlet, Bannocks and Whole Wheat Pancakes


Powdered Egg Conversion Chart

Whole Egg Solids Water Reconstituted


2 tablespoons 2 tablespoons + 2 teaspoons = 1 egg

4 tablespoons 5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon = 2 eggs

6 tablespoons 8 tablespoons = 3 eggs

8 tablespoons 10 tablespoons + 2 teaspoons = 4 eggs

10 tablespoons 13 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon = 5 eggs

You can add the dry eggs to your dry ingredients and

add the water with the rest of the liquids.

Omelet (Recipe from Weinberg Foods,Inc)

a.. 1 cup powdered whole eggs

b.. 1 tablespoon onion powder

c.. 1 teaspoon pepper

d.. 1 teaspoon salt

e.. 1/4 cup powdered milk

f.. 1/4 cup bacon bits

g.. 2 cups water

h.. 1/4 cup oil

Mix dry ingredients together. Add water and oil to the dried ingredients and let soak for 10 minutes. Cook over low heat in a thick pan, well greased and hot. Cover if possible. Flip over once and cook on other side until lightly browned.


Bannocks (a thin griddle cake, not a pancake. Recipe from Weinberg Foods Inc.)

a.. 2 cups flour

b.. 1 teaspoon baking powder

c.. 1 cup powdered milk,dry

d.. 1/4 cup powdered eggs

e.. 1/4 cup brown sugar

f.. 1/4 cup raisins

g.. 1 teaspoon cinnamon

h.. 1 cup wheat germ

i.. 1 cup water

Mix dry ingredients, gradually add water. Knead about 25 times. Divide in forths, and flatten into 5 inch diameter circles. Cook in heavy greased pan on low heat about 20 minutes. This is rather like squaw bread.


Whole Wheat Pancakes

a.. 3 cups whole wheat flour

b.. 2-3 tablespoon sugar

c.. 1/2 powdered milk

d.. 1 tablespoon baking powder

e.. 1 tablespoon egg powder

f.. 3 tablespoons oil

Mix dry ingredients. Add water, beat well. Add egg and oil. Add enough water to reach right consistency. Bake on greased griddle.

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June 2, 20080 found this helpful

I use a product called CELiMiX

Egg Replacer, it comes in a 500g box

You use 1tbs. replacer and 4tbs. water = 1 egg.

I found it in the grocery store.

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June 3, 20080 found this helpful

This is what I use for my baking. It is much like the ENER G egg replacer. I use a quart jar with a tight lid. Put in the jar: 1 Cup Potato starch, 3/4 Cup tapioca starch, and 2 tsp. baking powder.

Mix well. Mixing, take 1 1/2 tsp mix and add 2 Tab. water. This equals 1 egg in binding power. Press the powder firmly in measure spoon. For 1 yolk use 1 1/2 tsp mix plus 1 Tab water. It works good for 1 or 2 eggs, but more than that don't work very well. I find the potato starch and tapioca starch at a Asian market.

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June 4, 20080 found this helpful

Meringue Powder - Adds body to royal icing, meringue, boiled icing; stabilizes buttercream. Replaces egg white in many recipes. Resealable top opens completely for easy measuring. Certified Kosher. I have used this product and it beats up just like regular egg whites.

From www.Wilton.com or they probably have it or can get it for you at your local Michaels Craft Store. If you go to the web site and type Meringue Powder in the search box you can see what the sizes and cans look like.

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