Have you seen our recent investigation into the cruel egg industry? The footage is disturbing and shocking and serves as a perfect reminder of why it’s important to remove eggs from your diet.

Thankfully, removing eggs from your plate is simple thanks to all the great egg replacers. Whether you are baking, making a meringue or a scramble, there are easy cruelty-free alternatives to help make it happen. From the Follow Your Heart Vegan Egg to tofu and applesauce, it’s never been easier to leave eggs off your plate.


We got a sneak peek at this miracle egg replacer and we were blown away. The flavor and texture is very similar to real eggs, but don’t worry, no animals were harmed. It is the PERFECT replacement in all of your cooking and baking needs. Use it in scrambles, omelets, breads, and even hollandaise sauce. Find it at your local health foods stores, select supermarket chains, and on amazon.com.


Made from potato and tapioca starch, this replacer is free from dairy, egg, soy, and gluten. Just add water and you’ll be able to replace whole eggs, egg whites and egg yolks in your favorite recipes. You can buy this product at select Sprouts and Whole Foods locations or order it online through their website.


The Neat Egg is a healthy, cruelty-free replacement for eggs derived from chia seeds and garbanzo beans. It’s easy-to-mix, all-natural and can be used in your favorite recipes which call for eggs as a binder. It’s even available at Target!


Tofu is amazing in just about everything, especially tofu scrambles. But did you know that you can also use it as an egg replacer? Just be sure to buy the soft, or silken, tofu and you can use it sauces, custards, and quiches.


Applesauce is great for adding moisture to baked goods such as cookies, brownies, and cakes. Just be sure to go with the unsweetened kind.


All sorts of people are being turned on to the magic of aquafaba, aka. “bean juice.”  The water left over in a can of garbanzo beans is the perfect alternative to eggs for making fluffy vegan meringue and whipped cream.


Just one tablespoon of ground flaxseed mixed with three tablespoons of water will replace one egg. A flax egg is great in baking and is incredibly healthy – it’s an excellent source of Omega-3s and fiber.

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