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Easy Eggless Breakfast!

Posted by at 12:00 PM | Permalink | Comments (8)

Easy Eggless Breakfast! by Kerry MastersMany baking recipes call for eggs, but there are quite a few alternatives that are easy and act just like real eggs. Ma Anderlik has had a lifetime of experience cooking without eggs, and she has found a really delicious and healthy egg substitute to use for baking.

Flaxseed Egg Replacement

3/4 cup boiling water
1/4 cup ground flaxseed

  • Add the boiling water to the ground flaxseed and stir. Let cool and substitute for eggs in any baking recipe. May be stored in the fridge. Equivalent to two eggs.

Ma uses this recipe every Sunday morning to make delicious French toast (check out the picture above of Duff begging for some!). She does her mixing by hand, the old-fashioned way, with a wire whisk.

Delicious French Toast

Flaxseed egg replacer (equivalent to two eggs)

1 cup soy milk

2 Tbsp. sugar

2 Tbsp. oil

3/4 cup whole-wheat pastry flour

8-10 slices whole wheat bread

  • Whip together the flaxseed mixture, soy milk, sugar, and oil until all the lumps are gone and it is smooth. Then add flour and whip it up again.
  • Dip 8 to 10 slices of bread into the mix, scrape off the excess batter, and fry on a hot griddle with a little oil.
  • Serve topped with jam, jelly, syrup, agave nectar, or fruit. Add vegan bacon or sausage on the side.

What’s your favorite Sunday vegan breakfast?

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  • Claudine Erlandson says:

    Yum! Being vegan I can’t wait to try it also.
    French toast was called “Pain perdu” (literally lost bread, usually old bread, leftover) when I grew up in France; it was usually served as dessert w/ a light dinner.
    Merci for the recipe!

  • Jen-X says:

    It sounds delicious! I’m going to try it.

  • Alexia says:

    Cool! I’ve been looking for a egg replacer for a really long time, because I couldn’t find any in my country. ThanX!

  • zaskira says:

    cereal and silk. mmm nom

  • Paula says:

    Hi, February 16, 2009, I started the “vegan lifestyle” and find it very fulfilling, but my son brought an interesting question to my attention about eating eggs. He said if the chicken is farm raised as in getting to run around the farm and peck around the farm and there is not a rooster to mate with, and the hen is not abused in any way, what would be wrong with eating the eggs? I was wondering your opinion on that. I wish there was a chat room for the beginning vegan, I have a lot of questions. I am starting to miss eggs and milk.

  • Phyllis says:

    You know, I honestly never liked eggs. I still remember how grossed out I was as a pre-schooler when my older brother told me I was eating an unborn chicken.

  • Dianne says:

    That’s a great alternative! I can’t wait to try it out! 🙂

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