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Potato Starch,Tapioca Flour, Leavening (Calcium Lactate, Calcium Carbonate, Cream of Tartar), Cellulose Gum, Modified Cellulose.
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Reviews For Vegan Egg Replacer
Based on 9 Reviews
works very well no worry about HMO
First time user
I did try it to do cupcakes and wasn't sure about it. It blew me away, really good !
Great Egg Replacer
This egg replacer is incredible. It bakes and cooks just like eggs do. There is practically nothing in it that would be considered harmful. I use it in all sorts of baked goods from brownies and cookies to breads and even my meatloaf. It's great!
- Philip Dodd
This egg replacer is great in baked goods and recipes that contain eggs. It tastes just like having eggs in the recipe. My only concern is it's lack of protein. Eggs are generally a good source of it, so I wish it had some in it. Overall I like this replacer, especially for baking.
- Bernie George
I didn't check the nutrition section before purchase. Not a lick of protein in it at all. This does NOT MAKE IT AN EGG SUBSTITUTE IN ANY WAY.
JMO, folks, JMO
- Thrive User
Good for Baked Goods
For people who can't use egg, this is a good substitute. This was really designed for use in baking and cooking and stuff, and it's worked really well for that. It's not so great if you wanted to make a pseudo-scrambled-eggs type of meal. I've made muffins and cakes, though, and this stuff works as an amazing substitute. I love that it doesn't have to be refrigerated as well. I can just keep it in the cupboard, so I can save on valuable fridge room.
- Jamie W.
Basically has nothing harmful in it
This is one amazing product. Whether you can't eat eggs because of allergies, are vegan or just can't stand the taste or flavor of food made with real eggs, this is for you.
It has no soy, wheat, gluten, dairy, nuts or cholesterol. It does lack protein, but you can get that from other food. It holds dough really well, and there's no difference in the results.
- Osborne Callum
Great egg substitute
For people like me who have egg allergies, or for vegans, this is a fantastic replacement. It is not to be eaten as a breakfast item, however, it's just a substitute for baking. So you can use this in recipes for cookies, cakes and muffins, anything really that calls for eggs. I couldn't taste the difference when I used this at all. I think it has the same basic consistency as real eggs, without all the fat and calories.
- Olive Cole
Simply amazing and a must try.
This product is simply amazing. I just came across it by chance and I am so happy that finally I have an alternative to egg yolk and white when it comes to baking. I make muffins, cake, cookies and even in cooking when I need to use eggs and the results are too good to believe. There is no difference between an egg based product and one made from egg replacer. Simply amazing and a must try.
- Jon Fox
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