When I first went vegan I wondered how to make a flax egg as a baking substitute but it seemed intimidating and I figured it was hard.  Well, I was wrong!  Using flax seeds as an egg replacer is not only super duper easy, it is a much healthier option to a cholesterol and fat filled egg.

So, you want to know how to make a flax egg?  Check out my video below or scroll down further to read the directions.

How to Make a Flax Egg a vegan egg replacer, substitute

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  • There are golden flax seeds and brown flax seeds.  If you are making something light colored for a picky eater make sure to use the golden seeds so they are less noticeable.
  • These stainless steal measuring spoons are perfect because of their rectangular size which fits easily into bags or containers and they never rust!
  • I prefer to use my Magic Bullet to grind the flax seeds into flax meal because you can grind smaller amounts at a time.

How to Make a Flax Egg

 

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How to Make a Flax Egg
Using flax as a egg replacer is not only super duper easy, it is a much healthier option instead of cholesterol and fat filled eggs.
benefits of flax seeds for vegans, vegan egg
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Servings
Egg
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Servings
Egg
Ingredients
benefits of flax seeds for vegans, vegan egg
Instructions
  1. Mix well and let sit for 5-10 minutes until slightly thickened and gelatinous.  
  2. Use as a replacement for eggs in baked goods. Double or triple the recipe as needed.