Vegan Egg Replacer - 180g

  • $10.00

Perfect for egg free baking. Natural ingredients including white chia flour.

Simply swap out regular eggs with our egg replacer in your baking recipes. Great value making 20 vegan eggs. Easy to use.

  • Gluten Free
  • Soy Free
  • Perfect for baking
    1 pack makes 20 servings

    Quality Natural Ingredients

    Rice Flour, organic chia flour, raising agents (Glucono delta-lactone, sodium bicarbonate), rice protein

    May contain lupin, tree nuts and sesame.

    Made with love in Sydney, Australia.

    PBCo. Vegan Egg Replacer is the perfect way to replace eggs in your favourite baking recipes.

    Match with your favourite PBCo. products to get the added benefit of low carb and sugar free baking everyday.

    How to make 1 Vegan Egg


    Place 1 level tablespoon (approx 9g) of this mix into a small bowl or cupAdd 3 tablespoons of room-temperature water (approx. 45mls)Stir with a fork or whisk for about 30 seconds, until mixture is well combined with no lumps.Use the egg replacer mixture as you would a real egg in all your baking recipes.For best results, always add the egg to your liquid ingredients and combine well, before adding dry ingredients.

    Can I use Vegan Egg Replacer in all of your baking mixes?

    Yes you can. Just follow the instructions per the back of the pack and you will be able to use our egg replacer.

    Are there other types of egg replacer?

    Yes definitely! We would always recommend our egg replacer as it is so reliable, but there are other options available to you!

    1.   Unsweetened applesauce

    Made from cooked apples that have been pureed, applesauce is an easy egg replacement option. When swapping 1 egg in your Low Carb Baking Mix, use ¼ cup (65g) of applesauce. 

    2.   Silken tofu

    Thanks to the moist texture, high protein levels and water content, you can replace 1 egg in your Low Carb Baking Mix with ¼ cup (60g) of pureed silken tofu. 

    3.   Vinegar and baking soda

    To substitute 1 egg in your Low Carb Baking Mixes, mix 1 tablespoon (15g) of vinegar and 1 teaspoon (7g) of baking soda, ensuring there are no clumps. We recommend using either apple cider vinegar or white vinegar. 

    4.   Flax ‘Egg’

    To substitute 1 egg in your Low Carb Baking Mix, mix 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseeds (known as flaxmeal) and 3 tablespoons of water, letting rest for 15 minutes. Add to the wet ingredients of your mixture before combining with your dry ingredients.