Eggless Kakeladi Wasc?

Baking By JPepper Updated 14 Jun 2022 , 3:07pm by -K8memphis

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JPepper Posted 11 Jun 2022 , 8:41pm
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Hi there,

Has anyone successfully replaced the three eggs in Kakeladi's WASC recipe? This is my go to recipe for both cakes and cupcakes and I always have amazing results and tons of compliments. I'd love to still be able to use the same recipe but without the eggs.  I'd prefer no egg replacement products because I am in Canada and may not be able to get what other countries have. I've read that applesauce, vinegar/baking soda and oil all work but thought I would check here to see if anyone has had any success before I hit the kitchen and start trying things and possibly wasting ingredients LOL!

Thanks!

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littlejewel Posted 11 Jun 2022 , 11:38pm
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I've never made it. It's been many years since I've used boxed mixes, but the boxes of the national brands would list how to substitute applesauce for eggs

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littlejewel Posted 11 Jun 2022 , 11:42pm
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opps i wasn't finish typing if the box doesn't have suggestions for substitutes maybe their website does.. I hope someone can help you out better than I have  

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kakeladi Posted 13 Jun 2022 , 1:34am
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I’ve never tried replacing ALL the eggs .. just 1 at a time.   I’ve also read in posts from commercial baker pamphlets that ANY fruit sauce works the same as applesauce. 

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-K8memphis Posted 14 Jun 2022 , 3:05pm
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i've used applesauce in place of something in there -- was it for the oil? for egg replacement try aquafaba -- which is the juice in a can of garbanzo beans -- kid you not -- i think it's two tablespoonsf or each egg -- i get salt free garbnzos -- works great in cookies and mayo -- the mayo is a little looser than regular mayo but it works! haven't tried it in a cake -- google for more info -- it's for real --

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-K8memphis Posted 14 Jun 2022 , 3:07pm
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KAKELADI -- 

i posted this in early may but i've got an update -- the price, which was nominal then is now over $5 -- and the loaves are small -- but worth it anyhow!

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