Vegan Egg Substitutes
We have a fantastic range of plant based egg replacers to choose from. Here’s a sneak preview…
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Veganise your favourite egg dishes with this gluten and dairy free egg replacer from Organic. Vegan Easy Egg can be used for scrambled eggs, omelettes, frittata and quiche…
Orgran Egg Replacer – 200g
Orgran No Egg is free from cholesterol, contains no lactose and no egg. It can be used to make cakes, meringues or to make egg free mayonnaise. It is also a handy addition to your…
Free & Easy Egg Replacer
It’s easier than ever to create a delicious vegan cake with this gluten free egg replacer from Free & Easy. It can be used in all kinds of home baking – cakes, meringues and pancakes for example…
Aquafaba Egg Alternative
This natural egg alternative is great to make all your favourite recipes vegan and it also uses less C02 than a standard egg. It whisks and binds just like an egg; the perfect store…
ecoegg Laundry Egg
An eco-friendly alternative to traditional laundry detergent this fragrance free ecoegg laundry egg cleans your clothes effectively using two types of natural mineral pellets encased in a refillable egg.
Mr Organic Egg Free Mayo – 180g
Deliciously light and creamy this Mr Organic vegan mayonnaise is a perfect accompaniment to salads, sandwiches, wraps or as a dip for fries or other savoury snacks! Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Raspberry Chocolate Egg
Treat yourself this Easter with this delicious White Raspberry Chocolate Egg Bar which is super rich and creamy, made from oat milk making it suitable for vegans! Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Raglan Jumper – Duck Egg
With a full-length raglan sleeve design and rounded boat neckline this textured stitch organic cotton jumper is super comfortable and flattering, perfect to pair with your favourite trousers, jeans or leggings!
Jersey Dress – Duck Egg
A great midseason staple to have in your wardrobe this fit and flare shape knee-length dress has full sleeves and side pockets with a flattering round neckline. 100% GOTS certified organic cotton jersey.
Dark Salted Caramel Egg
A delicious vegan treat, this dark chocolate salted caramel Easter egg is too good to share! Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Made in the UK. The film covering the egg is recyclable at home and is…
ecoegg Laundry Egg Refill
Embrace an eco-friendly alternative to traditional liquid detergent and fabric conditioner with this innovative product. It offers efficient cleaning by utilising a refillable and recyclable egg that contains two types…
Laundry Egg – British Bloom
This ecoegg Laundry Egg is a sustainable alternative that replaces conventional laundry detergent and fabric conditioner. This innovative product effectively cleans your clothes using a…
Biona Egg & Soya Free Mayo – 230g
This cool mayo from Biona is ideal for keeping to a vegan diet without compromising the taste of your favourite foods. Without the use of eggs or soya products, this mayo has an incredibly delicious taste.
ecoegg Laundry Egg – Fresh Linen
An eco-friendly alternative to traditional laundry detergent this ecoegg laundry egg cleans your clothes effectively using two types of natural mineral pellets encased in a refillable egg.
Laundry Egg – JasmineAn eco-friendly alternative to replace traditional laundry detergent and fabric conditioner this ecoegg Laundry egg cleans your clothes effectively using two types of natural mineral pellets and…
Vegan Eggs – 4 Vegan Egg Substitutes
With vegan diets and lifestyles becoming more and more prevalent with each passing year, there are currently more people following vegan diets than ever before.
While there are countless benefits associated with going vegan, one of the hardest parts about transitioning over to a plant-based diet from a typical Western diet, is finding suitable replacements for popular and important foods.
Eggs for example, are loaded full of protein and natural goodness, are versatile, and are essential ingredients used in baking foods and binding foods. As vegan diets do not permit the consumption of eggs however, vegan dieters need to find suitable replacements.
Here’s a look at 4 vegan egg substitutes you can try.
No, your eyes are not deceiving you, applesauce does indeed serve as a fantastic vegan egg option, and you’re about to find out why that is…
When people think of applesauce, they think of a sugary, apple condiment that resembles the filling that you get inside apple pies.
You can however, find unsweetened apple sauce which contains far less sugar and is far less sweeter than regular apple sauce, and it is this which is sometimes used in vegan cooking.
The apple sauce contains pectin which helps foods to set and thicken. When using unsweetened apple sauce to replace an egg, use ¼ cup of apple sauce for every egg you wish to replace.
If you’re planning on doing some vegan baking and you are looking for something you can use in your recipes to replace eggs, ripe bananas work incredibly well.
Ripe bananas help to act as binders and add a little moisture to your vegan dishes, plus they add just a hint of sweetness for desserts calling for eggs, so things such as waffles, pancakes, muffins, and cakes.
Make sure you use a ripe banana, as this is easiest to mash. One medium banana mashed up will replace one egg in your vegan recipe.
Aquafaba is hugely popular in vegan cooking and in reality it is finding its way into more conventional Western recipes too, even those which are non-vegan.
Aquafaba is basically the thick liquid which you find in tins of legumes such as kidney beans and chickpeas.
Also known as bean water, this liquid can be used instead of eggs in recipes as it acts as a fantastic binding and thickening agent.
1 tablespoon of aquafaba is equivalent to 1 egg yolk, whereas 2 are equivalent to 1 egg white.
3 tablespoons therefore, is equivalent to 1 whole egg.
Used in vegan recipes for meringue, mayonnaise, and marshmallows, aquafaba may sound like an unusual ingredient to use, but honestly, there is no unpleasant taste, and the results speak for themselves.
Finally, the last vegan egg option we have for you today are flaxseeds.
Ground flaxseed powder is nothing like egg. Mix it with water to form a paste however, and you have what some people call ‘Flegg’ which is a mixture that looks, feels, and acts just like beaten egg, (perhaps that’s not a term that I’d be happy to say on the shop floor!)
For the equivalent of 1 beaten whole egg, combine 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseeds with 3 tablespoons of water and give a good mix before placing into the fridge for 30 – 45 minutes to thicken.
Or, you could buy one of the fantastic egg products shown above!