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    Default Egg free baking or recipes that work well with Egg replacer

    DS's preschool is Egg Free this year as there are 2 kids with allergies. DS is a very fussy eater and 2 of the lunchbox treats I usually make him both have eggs. One is a pikelets and the other a mini muffin. So now I'm stuck because there are only a few things he will eat so I was wondering about egg replacer/substitute or any tasty egg free recipes that I could try that are low in sugar but have some goodness in them like fruit or vegies.
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    Subbing! DS has been eating me out of house and home and day care he's not eating his usual so I need inspiration.

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    I'm allergic to eggs, but I actually rarely bother baking anything!

    I would try and work with the recipes you have, just use a substitute for the egg like one of the following:

    Vegan_Egg_Substitutes_Baking.jpg

    Pikelets actually turn out fine without egg. If I make pikelets I just use milk.

    Another egg free baking treat that he might like is savoury scrolls made with greek yoghurt dough (I make a batch with 2 cups of self raising flour and 1 1/4 cups of greek yoghurt). Then just add cheese and whatever else he might like.

    One not-so-healthy way of making an egg free cake is using any store bought cake mix (just check it has no egg) mixed with a can of soft drink. Probably not of interest to you as it's high in sugar, but it's a foolproof quick way of making a moist fluffy cake.

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    Scones are a great option too. They can be made sweet, or savoury.

    I make a but free muesli slice which just has honey and butter in it. Or bliss balls.

    Mashed banana, or mashed cooked sweet potato and self raising flour make a good pancake/pikelet.

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    I've made muffins with tofu - they turned out great - really moist.


 

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