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9/17/13 8:08 P

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Thanks for the replies.

I will try in Bob's Red Mill egg replacer and see how it does AND also try the applesauce.

Will post back with the results of my "comparison" test!

Oak Ash and Thorn

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Tomorrow is the Future,
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That is why it is called the PRESENT!


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9/15/13 7:07 P

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The powdery egg replacers are combinations of starches and mineral salts that produce a foamy goop with some binding properties in baked goods. Should be fine. We don't have the BRM one in Australia but something similar. I've used it, quite passable.
Otherwise 2 tablespoons of applesauce.
Alan

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9/15/13 3:57 P

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I've never tried that product but I'll be watching this thread for others experiences/suggestions. Thanks for posting. Pat

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9/15/13 2:48 P

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I was wondering the same thing. I like to make my own stuff, the store bought stuff is ewww!

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9/15/13 2:43 P

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One of the feature articles today was a recipe for microwave blueberry muffins. I love the microwave recipes for one serving, and frequently make the Single Serving Chocolate Brownie, which I found in the SP recipes (94 calories)

I would like to try the blueberry muffin recipe, but do not put eggs in anything.

http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-de
tail.asp?recipe=975928

I have a bag of Bob's Red Mill egg replacer from the health store that I use for replacing eggs in recipes. But I wasn't sure this would do to replace one eggwhite?

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Oak Ash and Thorn

ps. In case you are a choco-holic like I am, the Brownie recipe is at:

http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public
_journal_individual.asp?blog_id=5435635

It is a great bet for 94 calories. When I am feeling particularly decadent, I spoon 1/4 cup of vanilla lowfat yogurt over the top to make "ice cream and cake." Someday when I am feeling really brave, I may try adding a few chocolate chips. And ONE TIME, I doubled the recipe in a lightly larger microwave bowl. Was I ever stuffed for the rest of the day!

It is so quick and easy to make, and it entirely vanquishes my craving for chocolate!

Edited by: OAKASHANDTHORN at: 9/15/2013 (14:58)
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Yesterday is the Past,
Tomorrow is the Future,
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That is why it is called the PRESENT!


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