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i just brought a packet mix for muffins and ive just gotten home from the shops to find that theres no eggs...does it REALLY need it do u think :confused: could i sub it for something else, if so....then what :o
I found this somewhere, hope it helps.
I was given this list of things to use as a substitue for eggs.. hope this is of some help to some of you....
Sift 2 level tbspns custard powder with flour and beat 1 desertspoon vinegar in with the butter and suger (this replaces 1 egg).
Another method is to use 1 desertspoon of vinegar and 1/2 cup of milk (= 2eggs)
For fruit cakes: add 1 desertspoon of vinegar in which 1/2teaspoon bicarb of soda has been dissolved. Add this last (= 2eggs)
A tsp of glycerine takes place of an egg and makes cakes and biscuits light and fluffy.
One tablespoon golden syrup to every 1 1/4 cups warm milk is equal to 3 eggs.
Golden syrup will serve the purpose of sugar, eggs and milk will keep it moist
oh great, ill keep all those in mind :hugs: thank you so much :thumbsup:
:laughing: i just went to the cupboard and im also out of all of those things, i think it will be easier just to walk back to the shop 2min away and get some eggs :laughing:
LOL, it's always the way though isn't it?
yeeep it sure is :gloomy: :laughing:
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