There is different names for EGG?
Secrets to Quick and Easy to substitute for Egg when baking
The EOE Diet Part 2
YES! there are different names for Egg in the ingredient list. When I first heard this, I felt overwhelmed, confused and kind of irritated that I had one more thing to try and search for on an ingredient list in order for my kids to eat. Don't give up though! This is doable. It will become easier. One day I'm going to make magnets of Egg, Wheat and Milk and the different ingredients. Having it on the fridge and in the open is a lot better then trying to memorize all this.
INGREDIENTS THAT CONTAIN EGGS
- Frozen Eggs
- Egg solids
- Egg White
- Whole Egg
- Eggs from all birds’ species
- Powdered Egg
I know this can seem discouraging sometimes, but keep going! You got this!
- Egg Protein
- Egg yolk
- Dried Egg
- Egg substitute (egg beaters)
- Silici albuminate
- Egg white Solids
Luckily I have found many different ways to replace eggs in baking. It doesn't work well for scrambled eggs, which completely disappointed my 7 year old. Some of the egg replacers usually are made of wheat flour, oil, baking powder, cornstarch, unflavored felatin, xantham gum, milk and water. These ingredients make it difficult if your child has to eliminate Wheat and Milk. Here are a few solutions that I have found work well.
QUICK and EASY WAYS to SUBSTITUTE FOR EGG WHEN You Bake?
- 1 tsp baking powder + 1 Tbsp liquid + 1 Tbsp vinegar = 1 EGG
- 1 tsp yeast dissolved in 1/4 cup warm water = 1 EGG
- 1.5 Tbsp water + 1.5 Tbsp oil + 1 tsp baking powder = 1EGG
- 1 tsp plain gelatin + 1 Tbsp warm water (don't mix until ready to use) = 1 EGG
- 1 Tbsp ground flax seed + 3 Tbsp water = 1 egg (whisk together and let sit for a few minutes)- This one is my favorite to use because you get the nutritional benefit of flax