8 Ways To Make Desserts Using Egg Substitutes

I’ve been contacted by Positive Health Wellness to let me know about their post on the subject of “8 ways to make desserts using egg substitutes”.

Way back in the mists of internet time (2010 in fact) I posted an article by Becky Striepe titles “Eight Tasty, Egg Free Dishes“.

However, Positive Health Wellness tell me that their article, in their words “is more comprehensive, up to date and quotes more trustworthy sources”.

So here it is…

8 Ways To Make Desserts Using Egg Substitutes


Whether you don’t eat them for ethical reasons or prefer to avoid eggs completely, you may start to wonder about the ability to enjoy your life. There are so many meals that involve eggs, especially when it comes to desserts. Can you even bake a cake without using at least one egg? Will it taste just as good without?

There are egg substitutes out there, and you can use them all to make your desserts. Whether you want cookies, cakes or trifles, there is something available.

Here are 8 ways to make desserts using egg substitutes.

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Spanish Baked Chicken Recipe

Spanish Baked Chicken

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Spanish Baked Chicken on Simply Recipes

From the recipe archive. First posted 2006.

Also known as “Pollo Estofado” this baked chicken recipe is Spanish in origin. The chicken is marinated overnight in a spicy vinaigrette with olives and raisins. The chicken is then cooked in its marinade with the addition of wine and brown sugar. Excellent with Spanish rice. The recipe comes from one my mother clipped from the Sacramento Bee in 1984.

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Homemade Tomato Ketchup

From the look of the tomato plants I’ve seen around, there’s likely to be a glut of fruit this year, so, to help with the excess,  here’s a recipe for a spicy homemade tomato ketchup that I’ve just found.

homemade tomato ketchup


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Aloha Rice



Aloha rice is derived from a recipe more commonly found in Hawaii. There are many variations, but this one is unusual because it uses raw ingredients. So, if you’ve got some ready cooked or left-over rice, there’s no cooking involved at all, making it really “fast food”!

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Banana Bread



Banana bread is often seen as just a way of using up any over-ripe bananas you have lying around. But it’s also full of dietary fibre and (thanks to the bananas) potassium, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C – all of which are instrumental in maintaining a healthy heart.  And at only 150 calories a slice – with very little saturated fat –  you can have a slice of this without feeling guilty.

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