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5 Egg Substitutes You Should Try for Baking Cakes

Who said that delicious and fluffy cakes can't be baked without eggs? It's quite the opposite; we'll help you cook one up. We sat down with our in-house bakers and compiled a list of egg substitutes you can never go wrong with. So get ready to be introduced to all these fantastic options and have fun while creating your next cake!

Mashed bananas

If you do not mind the taste of bananas in their cake, you can bake a cake with mashed bananas. You can use 1/4 cup or 65 grams of banana puree instead of each egg, and you're good to go.

Ground flaxseed

Next, our list of egg substitutes for baking cakes is highly nutritious and will give your creation a fluffy texture. Use one tablespoon of flaxseed and three tablespoons of lukewarm water instead of one egg.

Ground chia seeds

Chia seeds are another proper seed that you can use to make all kinds of cakes. For example, you can use 1 tbsp of chia seeds and 3 tbsp of lukewarm water instead of one egg and bake your next anniversary or birthday cake.

Vinegar and Baking Soda

Mix 1 tsp baking soda and 1 tbsp vinegar, and you can bake a fluffy and super soft cake. Prepare to surprise your parents or sweetheart with a cake that tastes extraordinarily delicious and doesn't contain eggs!


Yoghurt has been used for ages as a substitute for eggs. You can use 1/4 cup, or 60 grams, of yoghurt, and the cake will turn out precisely the same as if you made it with eggs.


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