HOW TO MAKE A FLAX EGG (SUBSTITUTE FOR EGG) by Charla Harris | Mealz

HOW TO MAKE A FLAX EGG (SUBSTITUTE FOR EGG)

1 Servings

5 min Prep, 15 min Cook

Easy

Allergy Friendly

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Both chia seed and flax seed have become a popular choice for vegan, allergies and anyone looking to explore their options and broaden their horizon. Due to their glutinous nature when wet, they act as a perfect egg replacement and judging by how often they are cited in cookbooks and food blogs, many people can attest their resourcefulness.


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Ingredients

Cooking Stages

    • First of all the flaxseeds need to be ground; use a spice blender, or a coffee grinder. It’s always best to use whole flaxseeds rather than the milled ones, are they can go rancid very quickly.

    • Add the three tablespoons of water to a small bowl.

    • Then add the tablespoon of ground flaxseed to the bowl of water and begin to whisk rigorously. This is also a good time to make the amount you need, so go ahead with doubling the batch if necessary.

    • Once whisked, refrigerate the mixture for 15 minutes to set – The consistency should be glue and sticky in form.

    • You’re just successfully made some flax eggs, have fun baking with it.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 61 g

Amount Per Serving
Calories 94 cals5%
% Daily Value*
Kilojoules 395 kJ5%
Fat 6.8 g10%
Sodium 89.1 mg4%
Carbohydrate 0.7 g0%
Protein 7.7 g15%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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