Hypersensitive to Eggs? Here are few alternatives to them

Eggs alternatives
Eggs alternatives
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Eggs alternatives

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For vegetarians and people who dislike having an egg and spend their lives with egg allergies, here are some amazing substitutes.

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Main Points

  1. Usually egg allergies are more common in young children and infants.
  2. In baked foods mashed bananas can be a perfect substitute to eggs.
  3. Also Yoghurt and buttermilk are found to be a good substitutes for eggs.

Eggs are known as one of the easiest and protein rich constituent of any dish or meal. Also one can make instantly the number of things that are Omelettes, boiled, half-fry, sandwiches, paranthas and baked stuff with the use of eggs. Most of all it took hardly 5 to 10 minutes to cook egg meal. People with tough jobs and hectic work routine find eggs a blessing also those who are lazy in kitchen. Nevertheless, despite being a rich supply of protein, they are also famous to be common food allergy in young children and infants. In youth most of them become permissive to egg allergies over time and then they become adult who continue being egg allergic their whole lives.

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For those who find it hard to struggle with eggs here are a few substitutes:

Mashed bananas

Mashed bananas can be a perfect alternative to vegetarians and those who like food items without eggs. But only the negative aspect of baking with bananas is that your final dish may have a temperate flavor of banana. Replacing eggs with bananas work great in cakes, brownies and other bakery items.


Tofu is a concentrated soy milk that has been condensed and processed into solid squares. Its texture depends upon its water content it gets firmer the more water is pressured out. For a healthy diet, one can simply replace paneer with this condensed milk block i.e. tofu. It is relatively colorless and flavor less but is a good constituent of brownies, cookies, heavy bakery items. So one can use it as an alternative to egg, use 6o grams that becomes one fourth cup of tofu.

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Vinegar and baking soda

Adding 1 teaspoon (7 grams) of baking soda and mixing it with 1 tablespoon (15 grams) of vinegar can substitute one egg in many recipes. Also apple cider vinegar is other famous choice. Amazing combination of both works for light weighted baked foods.

Yoghurt or buttermilk

Yogurt and buttermilk both are good replacement to eggs. Plain yoghurt or simply flavored yoghurt can also be used it adds more flavor to the food. You can use one-fourth cup (60 grams) of yogurt or buttermilk for a single egg that needs to be changed. This replacement works awesome for muffins, cakes and cupcakes.

Peanut/cashew/almond butter

Many dishes can be cooked with cashew, almond and peanut butter in place of eggs. Creamy butters should be used instead of crunchy butter. For replacing 1 egg use 3 tablespoons (60 grams) of peanut butter and so if you want to replace 2 eggs you can simply twice the butter and so on. This may result in delicious final product, and it’s best used in brownies, pancakes and cookies.

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Gelatin is used as a materializing broker that makes a great alternative for eggs. It’s basically an animal protein that is obtained from collagen of cows and pigs. Adding 1 tablespoon (9 grams) of gelatin with 3 tablespoons (45 grams) of water can replace one egg.

Carbonated water

It can be used to add moisture to a recipe and it also acts as a great ferment agent. It  helps in making the final product light and fluffy. You can alternate each egg with one-fourth cup (60 grams) of carbonated water. This substitution works great for cakes, cupcakes and quick breads.

And, for those who rely on eggs for breakfast , they can replace eggs with food like banana toast, avocado toast and quinoa oatmeal.

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