If you or someone in your family has an egg sensitivity or allergy, and you’re looking for delicious no egg desserts to try, we’ve got you covered! From easy eggless desserts, to no egg cookie recipes, to no bake eggless treats, many of these goodies are dairy- and gluten-free as well (be sure to check the ingredients). We’ve also included a list of simple egg substitutes, allowing you to continue enjoying your favorite gooey treats and baked goods safely.
Baking without Eggs: 7 Tips & Substitutes
Eggs are often a key ingredient in desserts because they are binding, help baked goods rise, and add favour, moisture, richness, and fluffiness. Thankfully, there are lots of easy ways you can substitute eggs in recipes, and we’re excited to share our favorites below!
- Applesauce. Applesauce is an incredibly easy egg substitute as you can buy it already made at your local grocery store. Remember that if you use sweetened applesauce, you may need to adjust the amount of sugar/sugar substitutes you use. 1/4 cup of applesauce will replace one egg.
- Mashed banana. Mashed bananas make baked goods dense and moist, making them the perfect egg substitute for rich desserts like cakes and brownies. The only drawback is that your desserts may have a slight banana taste to them. Similar to applesauce, 1/4 cup of mashed banana will replace one egg.
- Ground flax seed + water. If you’re baking heavier desserts like waffles, muffins, and breads, this is a great egg substitute to try. You can buy flaxseed already ground, or grind them yourself with a food processor. 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseed mixed with 3 tablespoons of water will replace one egg.
- Vinegar + baking soda. This egg substitute is great for cakes and cupcakes as it tends to make desserts light and airy. Mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda with 1 tablespoon of vinegar to replace one egg.
- Yogurt or buttermilk. If you have yogurt or buttermilk on hand, 1/4 cup of either will replace one egg.
- Pureed silken tofu. Like ground flax seed and water, silken tofu can make baked goods dense, so this is a great egg substitute to use if you’re baking muffins or cakes. 1/4 cup of pureed silken tofu replaces one egg.
- Nut butters. Perfect for brownies and cookies, 3 tablespoons of your nut butter of choice replaces one egg.
12 Easy No Egg Desserts
Easy Chocolate Wacky Cake | Bake Eat Repeat
Chocolate Mug Cake | Tastes Better From Scratch
No Bake Cookie Dough Bites | Simply Bakings
The Easiest Tiramisu | The View From Great Island
Lemon Coconut Bars | The Big Man’s World
Easy Vanilla Crazy Cake | Sweet Little Bluebird
Egg-Free Brownies | Cheepskate Cook
Chewy Eggless Cookie Bars | The Big Man’s World
Eggless Banana Bread | Dessert For Two
Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie | Milk Allergy Mom
Eggless Chocolate Cupcakes | Spice Up The Curry
Healthy Blueberry Crumble | Amy’s Healthy Baking
12 No Egg Cookies
Fudgy Vegan Chocolate Brownie Cookies | The Loopy Whisk
Soft Egg-Free Sugar Cookies | Safely Delish
Eggless Thumbprint Cookies | Aromatic Essence
Eggless Dark Chocolate Cookies | Mommy’s Home Cooking
Egg-Free Butter Cookies | Spice Up The Curry
No Egg Cream Cheese Chocolate Chip Cookies | Together As Family
3-Ingredient Vegan Peanut Butter Cookies | The Conscious Plant Kitchen
Pumpkin Spice Cookies | House Gone Sane
Egg-Free Snickerdoodle Cookies | Baked By Rachel
Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies | Spice Up The Curry
Eggless Coconut Cookies | Aromatic Essence
Vegan Double Chocolate Chip Cookies | The Banana Diaries
12 No Bake No Egg Desserts
No Bake Eggless Ferrero Rocher Mousse Cake | Carve Your Craving
No Bake Cookie Dough Trifle | Cirilla Cook
Peanut Butter Icebox Cake | Mom On Timeout
No Bake Turtle Dream Bars | 365 Days of Baking & More
No Bake Nanaimo Bars | The Bewitchin’ Kitchen
Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites | Ambitious Kitchen
Berry Cheesecake | Recipes by Carina
Healthy No Bake Magic Bars | Evolving Table
No Bake Espresso Chocolate Cheesecake | TASTEMADE
Vegan No Bake Mini Blueberry Tarts | A Baking Journey
No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake | Amanda’s Cookin’
No Bake Turtle Brownies | Purely Kaylie
If you have an egg sensitivity or allergy, I hope you enjoy this collection of no egg desserts as much as I have!
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